Advanced techniques for the electric vehicle energy management


ORGANIZED BY

Beatrice Pulvirenti

University of Bologna, Italy


Raffaella Di Sante

University of Bologna, Italy


Luca Muratori

University of Bologna, Italy


Lorenzo Peretto

University of Bologna, Italy


ABSTRACT

The topic of this special section is focused on the dynamic control methodologies applied to simulate and control the devices working in the electric vehicles. The aim of these approaches is to optimize the energy demand while maintaining the comfort levels in the vehicle cabin. These techniques can be integrated with the measure of the key parameters such as the battery SOC, the instant power absorbed by the devices, the temperatures etc. The integration of sensors and dynamic control systems can improve the performances of the electric vehicle systems.


TOPICS

Topics of interest for this Special Session include, but are not limited to:

  • Dynamic simulation of the electric vehicle systems;
  • Optimization of the performances of the electric vehicle systems;
  • Integration between sensors and control systems;
  • Integrated thermal management system for electric vehicles;
  • Waste heat recovery.


With the Patronage of


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Sponsored By


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