In order to make traction for the vehicle, a hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) combines the power of an internal combustion engine with that of an electric motor. Power supplied from a battery pack is often used to energize the electric motor of an HEV. Internal combustion engine and regenerative braking can both be used to charge HEV batteries. Due to low battery capacity, HEVs have limited electrical driving range. The vehicle's electric range is extended, and its fuel efficiency is improved with a larger battery. If battery pack needs to be charged fully, it must be charged from the mains because regenerative braking and moderate engine use is insufficient to fully charge it. The technique for energy management for plug-in hybrid electric vehicles is presented in this paper based on rule-based plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs). In this paper, a P2 PHEV model was modeled and simulated in AVL CruiseM tool including both internal combustion engine and electric motor with high voltage battery system. Hybrid control unit functions for energy management are modeled in Simulink and connected with AVL CruiseM model inside AVL ModelCONNECT. Rule-based algorithm was used in P2 PHEV model as a controller for the torque distribution between ICE and EM. P2 PHEV model with the rule-based energy management system has been analyzed in Worldwide Light Duty Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP) Class 3b and the results are compared with actual test data.
Anahtar Kelimeler: PHEV, Rule-based, HCU, Energy Management, Fuel Consumption Minimization, Co-Simulation, MIL