Manajemen Energi pada Hybrid Solar Vehicle Type Seri-Paralel

Rachmanto, Rendy Adhi (2020) Manajemen Energi pada Hybrid Solar Vehicle Type Seri-Paralel. Doctoral thesis, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember.

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Abstract. Dalam makalah ini, studi tentang manajemen energi pada kendaraan Hybrid Solar Vehicle (HSV) disajikan. Sistem yang diusulkan terdiri dari lima komponen konversi energi utama yaitu mesin pembakaran dalam, motor listrik, generator listrik, baterai, dan fotovoltaik. Sistem manajemen energi pada kendaraan surya hibrida bertujuan untuk memilih mode operasi terbaik yang sesuai dengan kondisi daya berkendara dan status pengisian baterai (SOC). Dalam studi ini, sistem manajemen energi yang diusulkan menerapkan persamaan keseimbangan energi tertentu untuk setiap mode pengoperasian kendaraan sebagai dasar dari algoritma pengambilan keputusan. Algoritma tersebut kemudian disimulasikan pada model sistem kendaraan surya hybrid seri-paralel untuk mengetahui daya yang disuplai oleh setiap komponen, konsumsi bahan bakar kendaraan, dan efisiensi setiap komponen.Simulasi dilakuan menggunakan lima driving cycle yang berbeda dan masing masing dengan kondisi awal SOC yang bervariasi (SOC=0,9;0,7;0,41;0,2) Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa skenario manajemen energi dapat berjalan pada semua kondisi simulasi tersebut. ICE dapat diatur beroperasi konstan pada efisiensi tertinggi sekitar 0,33. Generator juga dapat diatur selalu beroperasi pada efisiensi tertingginya sekitar 0,85. Konsumsi bahan bakar mesin pembakaran dalam pada kendaraan surya hibrida sekitar pada kondisi awal SOC 0,9 dan 0,7 jauh lebih rendah dibanding kendaraan kovensional. Pada kondisi awal SOC 0,4 kondisi konsumsi bahan bakar hampir berimbang. Pada kondisi awal SOC 0,2 konsumsi jauh lebih tinggi karena ICE-GE berfungsi ganda yakni untuk memenuhi kebutuhan daya berkendara dan mengisi baterai. Kontribusi fotovoltaik pada tiap siklus cukup signifikan sekitar 30%-39%. ================================================================================================================= Abstract. In this paper, a study on energy management in hybrid solar vehicles is presented. The proposed system consists of five main energy conversion components, namely an internal combustion engine, an electric motor, an electric generator, a battery, and a photovoltaic. The energy management system in hybrid solar vehicles aims to select the best operating mode according to the driving power conditions and battery charge status (SOC). In this study, the proposed energy management system applies a specific energy balance equation for each vehicle operating mode as the basis of the decision making algorithm. The algorithm is then simulated in a series-parallel hybrid solar vehicle system model to determine the power supplied by each component, vehicle fuel consumption, and the efficiency of each component. The simulation is carried out using five different driving cycles and each with varying initial SOC conditions ( SOC = 0.9; 0.7; 0.41; 0.2) The results show that the energy management scenario can work in all of these simulation conditions. ICE can be set to operate constant at the highest efficiency of about 0.33. The generator can also be set to always operate at its highest efficiency around 0.85. The fuel consumption of internal combustion engines in solar hybrid vehicles with SOC initial conditions of 0.9 and 0.7 is much lower than conventional vehicles. In the initial conditions, SOC 0.4, the fuel consumption condition is almost balanced. In the initial condition, SOC 0.2, the consumption is much higher because ICE-GE has a dual function, namely to meet the driving power needs and charge the battery. Photovoltaic contribution in each cycle is significant, which is around 30%-39%..

Item Type: Thesis (Doctoral)
Uncontrolled Keywords: energy Manajement, series-parallel hybrid solar vehicle, fuel consumption,Energy Management, series-parallel hybrid solar vehicle, fuel consumption
Subjects: T Technology > TJ Mechanical engineering and machinery > TJ785 Internal combustion engines. Spark ignition
T Technology > TJ Mechanical engineering and machinery > TJ810.5 Solar energy
T Technology > TL Motor vehicles. Aeronautics. Astronautics > TL220 Electric vehicles and their batteries, etc.
T Technology > TL Motor vehicles. Aeronautics. Astronautics > TL221.5 Hybrid Vehicles. Hybrid cars
Divisions: Faculty of Industrial Technology > Mechanical Engineering > 21001-(S3) PhD Thesis
Depositing User: Rendy Adhi Rachmmanto
Date Deposited: 14 Sep 2020 05:56
Last Modified: 14 Sep 2020 05:56
URI: https://repository.its.ac.id/id/eprint/81893

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