%0 Conference Proceedings
%T Which methodology is more appropriate to solve Eco-driving Optimal Control Problem for conventional vehicles?
%+ F2ME
%+ PSA Peugeot - Citroën (PSA)
%A Maamria, D
%A Gillet, Kristan
%A Colin, Guillaume
%A Chamaillard, Yann
%A Nouillant, C
%< avec comité de lecture
%Z ECM
%B 2016 IEEE Conference on Control Applications (CCA)
%C Buenos Aires, Argentina
%3 Proceedings of the 2016 IEEE Conference on Control Applications (CCA)
%P 1262 - 1267
%8 2016-09-19
%D 2016
%R 10.1109/CCA.2016.7587980
%K conventional vehicle
%K dynamic programming DP
%K Optimal control problem
%K eco-driving
%Z Engineering Sciences [physics]/AutomaticConference papers
%X In this paper, two simplified methods based on Dynamic Programming (DP) to solve an Eco-driving problem for a conventional vehicle equipped with an internal combustion engine are studied. The first method is based on the transformation of a time-based Optimal Control Problem (OCP) into a distance-based OCP while the second is based on solving the time-based OCP directly. The Pontryagin Minimum Principle (PMP) is used to decrease the complexity of the OCP formulation. Based on simulations, the two methods are compared in terms of optimality (fuel consumption) and the time needed to run the DP. The impact of the mesh choice on the optimality of the solution is also investigated.
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%2 https://univ-orleans.hal.science/hal-01566897/file/2016_methodo_ecodriving.pdf
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%U https://univ-orleans.hal.science/hal-01566897
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