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[Hybrid vehicles are so defined because their propulsion systems are equipped with two energy sources, complementing each other: a high-capacity storage (typically a chemical fuel in liquid or gaseous form.]
[The objective of the energy management control is to minimize the vehicle fuel consumption, while maintaining the battery state of charge around a desired value.]
[Energy management in hybrid vehicles consists in deciding the amount of power delivered at each instant by the energy sources present in the vehicle while meeting several constraints.]
[In this chapter, we present the first of a series of methods discussed in this brief to solve the optimal control problem formulated in Chap. 3.]
[In Chap. 4 we presented the DP as a numerical tool to solve the optimal control problem for hybrid electric vehicles as defined in Sect. 3.4.]
[The Equivalent Consumption Minimization Strategy (ECMS) is a heuristic method to address the optimal control problem defined in earlier chapters, and has been shown to provide an effective solution to the HEV energy management problem.]
[The problem of designing a real-time implementable strategy to solve the energy management problem in hybrid electric vehicles and achieve a close-to-optimal solution has been the subject of extensive research over the last decade.]
[Two case studies are used to illustrate the concepts of modeling and control introduced in the book: a parallel hybrid vehicle (Sect. 8.2) and a power-split vehicle (Sect. 8.3).]
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