BLDC wheel hub motor and motor controller performance test of a concept electric robotic vehicle in HIL according to real driving characteristics
In 2015 9th International Conference on Electrical and Electronics Engineering (ELECO), (ELECO-2015), 26.11.-28.11.2015, Bursa, Chamber of Electrical Engineers of Turkey, pages 613-617, 2015. IEEE. ISBN: 978-6-0501-0737-1.
In this paper we are presenting a method, which is developed as a part of our framework for designing complex robotic vehicle systems, to test a power train of a robotic concept car according to the real driving characteristic from telemetry data gathered from a subset of a pilot electric vehicle fleet in northern Germany in Hardware-in-the-Loop. Our aim is to investigate the driving performance of our modified BLDC wheel hub motor and its motor controller under urban area traffic conditions.