عنوان مقاله [English]
Hybrid electric vehicles (HEV) in addition to provide the benefits of electric vehicles could satisfy consumers for some performances of conventional internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles such as acceleration and long range. On this way, suitable energy optimization strategies should be employed to get desired efficiency, less fuel consumption and pollution. One of the favorite and simple configurations of HEVs is parallel type. A student team at University of Kashan, IRAN have designed and manufactured Shaheb 2 hybrid electric vehicle. It is a separated-axle (or Through-to-Road (TTR)) parallel HEV type based on Pride platform. Employed energy management in Shaheb 2 is on/off strategy and three modes motor, engine and hybrid have been implemented. This paper investigates the modeling of separated-axle (or TTR) parallel type of HEV in ADVISOR software and then evaluates two control strategies for Shaheb 2 on/off strategy and an intelligent control based on fuzzy logic. On this way, maximizing the engine is considered as objective function. The simulation results indicate that the fuzzy strategy leads to less fuel consumption and lower pollution for given UDDS driving cycle rather than on/off strategy for Shaheb 2.