Adaptive Driving Situation Characterization for Predicting the Driving Load of Electric Vehicles in Uncertain Environments
Battery powered electric vehicles (EVs) have emerged as a promising solution for reducing the consumption of fossil fuels in modern transportation systems. Unfortunately the battery pack has a low energy storage capacity, which causes the driving range of the EV to become very limited. It is therefore essential to properly characterize the different driving situations of the vehicle in order to better predict the driving load along the road ahead and to better estimate the remaining driving range (RDR). However, this prediction cannot be achieved straightforward due to sources of uncertainty introduced by the randomness of the driving environment. In this paper a novel approach for characterizing driving situations and for predicting the driving load of an EV is presented. The prediction of the driving load occurs in a model-based fashion, where the model input variables are modeled as discretetime Markov processes. An approach for estimating the transition
probabilities between Markov states in the presence of sparse driving data is introduced. Furthermore, to capture the changes in the driving environment a Bayes-based methodology for recursively updating the established transition probabilities is presented. The validity of the proposed approach is illustrated through simulation and by a series of experimental case studies.
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model based prognostics, Uncertainty Quantification, loading, Markov chain, Bayesian updating
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