This study investigated the performance behaviour and energy management control strategies of an electrified two-wheeled vehicle. The power and energy demands were calculated through a high-fidelity electrified two-wheeled vehicle model based on transient test road duty cycles. A Lithium-Ion battery pack were designed and characterized according to electric motor power requirements. The electric motor architecture demonstrated an improvement in the performance acceleration of the vehicle and the energy consumption via control strategies implementation and regenerative braking. This results has improved the well to wheel carbon dioxide emission and can promote the electrification technology for the electrified two-wheeled vehicle.
|Publication status||Submitted - 2021|