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Equivalent Consumption Minimization Strategy
The Equivalent Consumption Minimization Strategy (ECMS) is a heuristic method to address the optimal control problem defined in earlier chapters, and has been shown to provide an effective solution to the HEV energy management problem.
KeywordsFuel Consumption Fuel Economy Equivalence Factor Driving Cycle Battery Energy
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