Geometric-Process-Based Battery Management Optimizing Policy for the Electric Bus

  • Li Y
  • Wang J
  • Han P
  • et al.
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With the rapid development of the electric vehicle industry and promotive policies worldwide, the electric bus (E-bus) has been adopted in many major cities around the world. One of the most important factors that restrain the widespread application of the E-bus is the high operating cost due to the deficient battery management. This paper proposes a geometric-process-based (GP-based) battery management optimizing policy which aims to minimize the average cost of the operation on the premise of meeting the required sufficient battery availability. Considering the deterioration of the battery after repeated charging and discharging, this paper constructs the model of the operation of the E-bus battery as a geometric process, and the premaintenance time has been considered with the failure repairment time to enhance the GP-based battery operation model considering the battery cannot be as good as new after the two processes. The computer simulation is carried out by adopting the proposed optimizing policy, and the result verifies the effectiveness of the policy, denoting its significant performance on the application of the E-bus battery management.




Li, Y., Wang, J., Han, P., & Han, Y. (2015). Geometric-Process-Based Battery Management Optimizing Policy for the Electric Bus. Mathematical Problems in Engineering, 2015, 1–7.

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