Title: The modeling and simulation of an Electric Vehicle based on Simcenter Amesim platform
Written by: Cristi Irimia, Mihail Grovu, Gabriel-Mihai Sirbu, Adrian Birtas, Calin Husar, Matthieu Ponchant et. al.
Abstract: In this paper, two main objectives were pursued: validate a battery model through measured data and simulate an electric vehicle using the confirmed battery model. The experimental results obtained in the test of the Renault ZOE electric car have been used. The test consisted in achieving a required speed profile, being navigated 83 km in a 6267 seconds driving cycle. We considered two battery models: quasi-static and dynamic. The electric vehicle model is powered by the validated-by-measurements battery dynamic model. Considering the speed profile as input for both simulations, battery and vehicle, the simulation results are compared with the test results. Appropriate models have been developed to ensure a good correlation with experimental results. This study represents a foundation for future researches about the development of the virtual car model using converter and more complex electric motor models.
Keywords: Batteries, Integrated circuit modeling, Torque, Automobiles, Acceleration, Computational modeling
Orginal article: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8892901