Funding: FEV & IFTC PhD Scholarship
Duration: Ongoing (since 2018)
Partner: FEV Europe GmbH
This project aims to conjointly optimise hybrid powertrains and their associated EMS. The powertrain is modelled using dSPACE, which offers both HIL and SIL simulations.
This model is capable of increasing the number of planetary gears up to three. The effect of increasing the number of planetary gears in a hybrid powertrain is also studied.
Optimisation of EMS is ongoing using AMPL (A Mathematical Programming Language) and KNITRO solver.
- D. Rajput, J.M. Herreros, M.S. Innocente, J. Bryans, J. Schaub, & A.M. Dizqah (2022). Impact of the Number of Planetary Gears on the Energy Efficiency of Electrified Powertrains. Accepted for publication in Applied Energy, Elsevier.
- D. Rajput, J.M. Herreros, M.S. Innocente, J. Schaub, & A.M. Dizqah (2021). Electrified Powertrain with Multiple Planetary Gears and Corresponding Energy Management Strategy. Vehicles, 3, 341–356, MDPI.
Selected as the cover story for the special issue The Total Life-Cycle Footprint of Electric Vehicles in Road Transportation.
- D. Rajput, A.M. Dizqah, J.M. Herreros, & M.S. Innocente (2020). Effect of number of planetary gears on fuel consumption and vehicle performance in the hybrid powertrain of a passenger car. Poster session presented at the Future Powertrain Conference, Birmingham, UK.
First Prize Poster Competition Award Winner at FPC 2020, Birmingham, UK.