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Hyunsoo Kim – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • development of Brake System and regenerative braking cooperative control algorithm for automatic transmission based hybrid electric vehicles
    IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, 2015
    Co-Authors: Jiweon Ko, Sungyeon Ko, Hanho Son, Byoungsoo Yoo, Jae Seung Cheon, Hyunsoo Kim

    Abstract:

    In this paper, a Brake System for an automatic transmission(AT)-based hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) is developed, and a regenerative braking cooperative control algorithm is proposed, with consideration of the characteristics of the Brake System. The Brake System does not require a pedal simulator or a fail-safe device, because a hydraulic Brake is equipped on the rear wheels, and an electronic wedge Brake (EWB) is equipped on the front wheels of the vehicle. Dynamic models of the HEV equipped with the Brake System developed in this study are obtained, and a performance simulator is developed. Furthermore, a regenerative braking cooperative control algorithm, which can increase the regenerative braking energy recovery, is suggested by considering the characteristics of the proposed hydraulic Brake System. A simulation and a vehicle test show that the Brake System and the regenerative braking cooperative control algorithm satisfy the demanded braking force by performing cooperative control between regenerative braking and friction braking. The regenerative braking cooperative control algorithm can increase energy recovery of the regenerative braking by increasing the gradient of the demanded braking force against the pedal stroke. The gradient of the demanded braking force needs to be determined with consideration of the driver’s braking characteristics, regenerative braking energy, and the driving comfort.

  • M028)Development of Brake System and Regenerative Braking Co-operative Control Algorithm for Automatic Transmission-based Hybrid Electric Vehicle
    IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, 2014
    Co-Authors: Jiweon Ko, Sungyeon Ko, Hanho Son, Byoungsoo Yoo, Jae Seung Cheon, Hyunsoo Kim

    Abstract:

    In this study, a Brake System for an automatic transmission(AT)-based hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) is developed, and a regenerative braking co-operative control algorithm is proposed, with consideration of the characteristics of the Brake System. The Brake System does not require a pedal simulator or a fail-safe device, because a hydraulic Brake is equipped on the rear wheels, and an electronic wedge Brake (EWB) is equipped on the front wheels of the vehicle. Dynamic models of the HEV equipped with the Brake System developed in this study are obtained, and a performance simulator is developed. Furthermore, a regenerative braking co-operative control algorithm, which can increase the regenerative braking energy recovery, is suggested, by considering the characteristics of the proposed hydraulic Brake System. A simulation and a vehicle test show that the Brake System and the regenerative braking co-operative control algorithm satisfy the demanded braking force, by performing co-operative control between regenerative braking and friction braking. The regenerative braking co-operative control algorithm can increase energy recovery of the regenerative braking, by increasing the gradient of the demanded braking force against the pedal stroke. The gradient of the demanded braking force needs to be determined with consideration of the driver’s braking characteristics, regenerative braking energy, and the driving comfort.

Jiweon Ko – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • development of Brake System and regenerative braking cooperative control algorithm for automatic transmission based hybrid electric vehicles
    IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, 2015
    Co-Authors: Jiweon Ko, Sungyeon Ko, Hanho Son, Byoungsoo Yoo, Jae Seung Cheon, Hyunsoo Kim

    Abstract:

    In this paper, a Brake System for an automatic transmission(AT)-based hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) is developed, and a regenerative braking cooperative control algorithm is proposed, with consideration of the characteristics of the Brake System. The Brake System does not require a pedal simulator or a fail-safe device, because a hydraulic Brake is equipped on the rear wheels, and an electronic wedge Brake (EWB) is equipped on the front wheels of the vehicle. Dynamic models of the HEV equipped with the Brake System developed in this study are obtained, and a performance simulator is developed. Furthermore, a regenerative braking cooperative control algorithm, which can increase the regenerative braking energy recovery, is suggested by considering the characteristics of the proposed hydraulic Brake System. A simulation and a vehicle test show that the Brake System and the regenerative braking cooperative control algorithm satisfy the demanded braking force by performing cooperative control between regenerative braking and friction braking. The regenerative braking cooperative control algorithm can increase energy recovery of the regenerative braking by increasing the gradient of the demanded braking force against the pedal stroke. The gradient of the demanded braking force needs to be determined with consideration of the driver’s braking characteristics, regenerative braking energy, and the driving comfort.

  • M028)Development of Brake System and Regenerative Braking Co-operative Control Algorithm for Automatic Transmission-based Hybrid Electric Vehicle
    IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, 2014
    Co-Authors: Jiweon Ko, Sungyeon Ko, Hanho Son, Byoungsoo Yoo, Jae Seung Cheon, Hyunsoo Kim

    Abstract:

    In this study, a Brake System for an automatic transmission(AT)-based hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) is developed, and a regenerative braking co-operative control algorithm is proposed, with consideration of the characteristics of the Brake System. The Brake System does not require a pedal simulator or a fail-safe device, because a hydraulic Brake is equipped on the rear wheels, and an electronic wedge Brake (EWB) is equipped on the front wheels of the vehicle. Dynamic models of the HEV equipped with the Brake System developed in this study are obtained, and a performance simulator is developed. Furthermore, a regenerative braking co-operative control algorithm, which can increase the regenerative braking energy recovery, is suggested, by considering the characteristics of the proposed hydraulic Brake System. A simulation and a vehicle test show that the Brake System and the regenerative braking co-operative control algorithm satisfy the demanded braking force, by performing co-operative control between regenerative braking and friction braking. The regenerative braking co-operative control algorithm can increase energy recovery of the regenerative braking, by increasing the gradient of the demanded braking force against the pedal stroke. The gradient of the demanded braking force needs to be determined with consideration of the driver’s braking characteristics, regenerative braking energy, and the driving comfort.

Jae Seung Cheon – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • development of Brake System and regenerative braking cooperative control algorithm for automatic transmission based hybrid electric vehicles
    IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, 2015
    Co-Authors: Jiweon Ko, Sungyeon Ko, Hanho Son, Byoungsoo Yoo, Jae Seung Cheon, Hyunsoo Kim

    Abstract:

    In this paper, a Brake System for an automatic transmission(AT)-based hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) is developed, and a regenerative braking cooperative control algorithm is proposed, with consideration of the characteristics of the Brake System. The Brake System does not require a pedal simulator or a fail-safe device, because a hydraulic Brake is equipped on the rear wheels, and an electronic wedge Brake (EWB) is equipped on the front wheels of the vehicle. Dynamic models of the HEV equipped with the Brake System developed in this study are obtained, and a performance simulator is developed. Furthermore, a regenerative braking cooperative control algorithm, which can increase the regenerative braking energy recovery, is suggested by considering the characteristics of the proposed hydraulic Brake System. A simulation and a vehicle test show that the Brake System and the regenerative braking cooperative control algorithm satisfy the demanded braking force by performing cooperative control between regenerative braking and friction braking. The regenerative braking cooperative control algorithm can increase energy recovery of the regenerative braking by increasing the gradient of the demanded braking force against the pedal stroke. The gradient of the demanded braking force needs to be determined with consideration of the driver’s braking characteristics, regenerative braking energy, and the driving comfort.

  • M028)Development of Brake System and Regenerative Braking Co-operative Control Algorithm for Automatic Transmission-based Hybrid Electric Vehicle
    IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, 2014
    Co-Authors: Jiweon Ko, Sungyeon Ko, Hanho Son, Byoungsoo Yoo, Jae Seung Cheon, Hyunsoo Kim

    Abstract:

    In this study, a Brake System for an automatic transmission(AT)-based hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) is developed, and a regenerative braking co-operative control algorithm is proposed, with consideration of the characteristics of the Brake System. The Brake System does not require a pedal simulator or a fail-safe device, because a hydraulic Brake is equipped on the rear wheels, and an electronic wedge Brake (EWB) is equipped on the front wheels of the vehicle. Dynamic models of the HEV equipped with the Brake System developed in this study are obtained, and a performance simulator is developed. Furthermore, a regenerative braking co-operative control algorithm, which can increase the regenerative braking energy recovery, is suggested, by considering the characteristics of the proposed hydraulic Brake System. A simulation and a vehicle test show that the Brake System and the regenerative braking co-operative control algorithm satisfy the demanded braking force, by performing co-operative control between regenerative braking and friction braking. The regenerative braking co-operative control algorithm can increase energy recovery of the regenerative braking, by increasing the gradient of the demanded braking force against the pedal stroke. The gradient of the demanded braking force needs to be determined with consideration of the driver’s braking characteristics, regenerative braking energy, and the driving comfort.