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標題: 電動汽車之整合式驅動及可調整型電子式類引擎剎車
Integrated Driving and Adjustable Electronic Engine Braking for Electric Vehicles
作者: 余文正
Wen-Cheng Yu
關鍵字: 占空比;脈衝寬度調變效應;電動載具;反向磁場剎車;可調整式剎車;Duty Cycle;Pulse Width Modulation;Electric Vehicles;Reverse Magnetic Brake;Adjustable Brake
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最近,電動汽車(EV)已經在許多國家成為新一代的運輸工具。電動車輛逐漸取代汽油車輛,但目前電動車的煞車系統主要還是以傳統液壓輔助碟煞為主,並且剎車系統與驅動系統功能上是完全獨立的。本論文提出一個系統,可結合驅動與剎車為一體的控制器,我們將馬達轉動時產生的反電動勢當作剎車能量,然後改變變頻器開關的順序,以控制馬達的磁場,使馬達產生反向的阻力,達到快速制動。但對於高功率的電動汽車制動力道太大,容易導致零件損毀,故本研究運用開關元件雙通道調控脈衝寬度調變效應(Pulse Width Modulation; PWM)的占空比(Duty Cycle),有效地調整剎車力道,並且搭配可調式的調節器,達到不錯的剎車控制以及降低開關元件的湧浪電壓與電流。我們已將此系統成功應用於電動機車和電動汽車,車輛測試引擎制動和一般制動的效果,並比較滑行和制動的時間。最後我們根據制動時間來分析制動效果。

Recently, electric vehicles (EVs) have become a new generation of transportation vehicles in many countries. Gasoline vehicles are gradually replaced by electric cars. However, the brake system is mainly traditional hydraulic auxiliary disc brake, and the braking system is independent with the driving system. This thesis proposes a system that can integrate driving and braking design in a compact module. We use the back electromotive force generated by the rotation of the motor as the braking energy, and then change the order of the inverter switches to generate the braking effect. The switches control the magnetic field of the motor so that the motor has a reverse resistance to achieve quickly braking. However, the braking force might be large to damage electric components of a large-powered electric vehicle. To resolve the problem, we uses the duty cycle of the pulse width modulation(PWM) effect to control the upper and lower arm switching mechanism. It adjusts the braking force in an efficient way. The system is equipped with an adjustable regulator to achieve braking control while avoiding surge voltage and surge current of the switching elements. We have successfully applied this design to an electric scooter and an electric car. We test engine braking and general braking, then compares the time of sliding and braking. Finally, we analyze the braking performance according to the braking time.
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