Electric vehicles (EV) have been the spotlight of automobile industry. Over the past few decades, major research and development are being carried out to design an optimal battery pack in order to establish an economically suitable EV model with enhanced the endurance range and by minimizing frequent charging cycles. This paper focuses on the endurance efficiency study of a battery pack using cumulative regenerative technology analysis of battery pack discharge analysis, control system analysis of regenerative braking model considering voltage, torque and time as parameters during the deceleration of vehicle during braking, control system analysis for regenerative suspension, control system analysis of solar charging module based on assumed solar panel configuration, solar irradiance analysis of various states of different countries, SOC comparative analysis of battery pack with and without regeneration are also studied. In addition, this research also addresses the configuration and numerical study of battery pack model. It also describes the MATLAB-Simulink modeling for the design and analysis of control systems for the battery pack charging with and without the individual regenerative systems. The designed and configured 4s5p battery pack was found to be satisfactory. The study of cumulative regenerative model yielded satisfactory results with an overall increase in endurance efficiency by 39.95%.
|Title of host publication
|Recent Advances in Energy Technologies. Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering
|Subtitle of host publication
|Select Proceedings of ICEMT 2021
|N. Lakshmi Narasimhan, Mahmoud Bourouis, Vasudevan Raghavan
|Number of pages
|Published - 30 Sept 2023
|Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering
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