A. SIVERT, F. BETIN, S. CARRIERE, "Electrically Propelled Bike: a comparison between Two Control Strategies", EVER Monaco, 2012, 6 pages.
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Titre : A. SIVERT, F. BETIN, S. CARRIERE, Electrically Propelled Bike: a comparison between Two Control Strategies, EVER Monaco, 2012, 6 pages.

Cité dans : [CONF086] EVER, Conférence et Exposition Internationales de Véhicules Ecologiques et Energies Renouvelables, mars 2012.
Auteur : Arnaud Sivert - IEEE Reviewer (a)
Auteur : Franck Betin - IEEE Member (a)
Auteur : Sébastien CARRIERE

Adresse : Laboratoire des Technologies innovantes (L.T.I) - Institut Universitaire de Technologie de l’Aisne, I.U.T, 13 av. F.Mitterrand, 02880 Cuffies, France
Lien : mailto:arnaud.sivert@iut.u-picardie.fr
Lien : mailto:franck.betin@u-picardie.fr
Lien : mailto:sebastien.carriere@u-picardie.fr

Adresse : (b) IEEE ToE Reviewer, Université de Valenciennes et du Hainaut Cambrésis, IUT, GEII - Le Mont-Houy, 59300 Valenciennes Cedex 9 - France
Lien : mailto:jean-paul.becar@univ-valenciennes.fr

Adresse : (c) Université François Rabelais de Tours, IUT, GEII - Avenue Monge, Parc de Grandmont 37200 TOURS - France
Lien : mailto:thierry.lequeu@univ-tours.fr

Source : EVER Monaco
Date : 2012
Lien : private/SIVERT-03.pdf - 1920 ko, 6 pages.
Pages : 1 - 6
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Abstract :
This paper outlines the benefits of the constant power control compared to the constant force control.
The constant power control allows to cancel the intensity peaks supplied by the battery and have better dynamic speed.
Indeed, for the same energy consumption during acceleration, displacement is larger with the constant power control.
However, this control strategy causes a current peak motor. Therefore, there are trade off which exist between the constant power and constant driving force to control a motor.
Many curves present in theory and practice the two control strategies.
The power constant control is obviously applicable to any electric vehicle. We applied the two commands to 1500W brushless electric bikes from a test bench.
These bikes reach 60 km/h with a difficult compromise between weight, power, autonomy and price.
The constant power control is the most suitable because it increases the life of batteries which represent 35% of price.
The constant power control is achieved through regulation of the battery current and not of regulation motor.
However, a limitation of motor current priority must be made for low speed values. In addition, the battery current control makes it easy to limit the current to 1C during deceleration or downhill runs (regeneration).

Keywords : control strategy, electrical bike, torque control, power control.


Bibliographie

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Référence : 6
[1] Donoghue, John F.; Burghart, James H "Constant Power Acceleration Profiles for Electric Vehicles" Industrial Electronics, IEEE Transactions on Digital, 1987, Pages : 188–191 : 10.1109/TIE.1987.350953
[2] Benoit Rozel, Wilfried Frelin, Emmanuel Hoang, Gilles Feld, “charge simulator for Home Trainer”, CETSIS'2005, Nancy, 25-27 octobre 2005.
[3] A.Sivert, F.Betin, J.Becar “An Electrical Bike For Project Based Learning Platform”, EVER ecologic vehicles & renewable energies de MONACO, Avril 2011.
[4] Vandana, R.; Fernandes, B.G.; “Optimal sizing of motor Battery system for in wheel electric vehicles” IECON 2010, 36th Annual Conference on IEEE Industrial Electronics, Pages 2510-2515, 10.1109/IECON.2010.5675157.
[5] Popa, G “Determining the Optimal Operating Regime of the Traction Motors for Constant Power Operation of the Vehicle” Automation, Quality and Testing, Robotics, 2006 IEEE International Conference on , 205-208
[6] Chang-Hua Lin; Hom-Wei Liu; Chien-Ming Wang; “Design and implementation of a bi-directional power converter for electric bike with charging feature” Industrial Electronics and Applications (ICIEA), 2010 the 5th IEEE Conference ,538–543, 10.1109/ICIEA.2010.5517092

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Informations

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Arnaud.sivert was born in France.
He received the Ph.D. degree from the University of Picardie Jules Verne, Soissons, France, in 2000.
In 1994, he joined an Institute University of Technology in the Department of Electrical Engineering, as an Assistant Professor.
His major research interest is the control of electrical machines
I.U.T has produced many prototypes electric vehicles since 2008 and participates in the French national challenge of electric kart.
In 2011, I.U.T participated in the first challenge of French National electric bike.

The e-bike as a teaching support is used in technical field activity as electrical engineering or mechanical engineering and also in theoretical field activity as physics and mathematics.
The e-bike teaching tool turns all mechanical or human parameters such as forces and powers into their electrical analogy representation.
The e-bike allows understanding some facts.


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