[Tatsuya Suzuki] Design of model predictive energy management system using in-vehicle battery


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Tatsuya Suzuki

Tatsuya Suzuki

Nagoya University
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In order to realize a robust and flexible Energy nagement System (EMS), a battery in the Electric Vehicle (EV) or Plugin Hybrid Vehicle (PHV) must be effectively exploited. The In-Vehicle battery can be regarded as a special class of battery in the EMS because it is sometimes embedded in the EMS but sometimes not available. For the effective use of the In-Vehicle battery, lots of problems must be addressed and solved from viewpoint of the system theory. The goal of this research project is to realize the Home EMS (HEMS) and Community EMS (CEMS) based on a model predictive control framework wherein the In-Vehicle batteries are fully exploited.

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