Gear Shifting Control for Pure Electric Vehicle with Inverse-AMT


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In this study, the gear shifting control strategy for pure electric vehicle with inverse automated manual transmission (I-AMT) is proposed. Based on a new drive train system of pure electric vehicle, an AMESim model of vehicle drive-train system is set up. Through the precise control of sliding sleeve, clutch engagement and separating time, gear shifting process is realized without driving torque interruption. The results show that, during up and down shift process, the driving torque keeps more than 50%, obviously improve the pure electric vehicle accelerating performance and the ability to climb.



Edited by:

Yonghong Tan




Q. Liang et al., "Gear Shifting Control for Pure Electric Vehicle with Inverse-AMT", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 190-191, pp. 1286-1289, 2012

Online since:

July 2012




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DOI: 10.1109/2943.877837

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