A worldwide shift headed for a greener and low emissions will necessitate remarkable advancement in the way in which the energy is being produced and used. The factors such as climate changes induced by pollution, progressively more strict emissions norms for vehicles, depletion of petrol/diesel along with instability in their prices for transportation systems, play a vital role in the improvisation of technology involved in conventional vehicles. The hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) are on the peak of the list of choices available for clean vehicle technologies. The various architectures of HEV, different methodologies of hybrid vehicle, are focused in this paper. The design criteria and optimization techniques with reference to the driving cycle is also elucidated. The various electric drives used for HEV are discussed in this paper. Also, the different electric propulsion systems are explained. To improve the fuel economy and emission of hybrid power system, control strategies are very significant. Researchers concentrate in optimizing the performance of HEV.
International Journal of Energy Research – Wiley
Published: Jan 1, 2018
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