IEEE VTS Motor Vehicles Challenge 2023: A Multi-physical Benchmark Problem for Next Generation Energy Management Algorithms
The competitors are invited to develop the energy management algorithm (EMA) for the vehicle (cf. Figure 1). The EMA determines the operating conditions for the two energy storage devices and the three electric motors; minimization of the energy consumption and battery degradation are some of the main goals of the EMA.
Final release is planned for 2023/02/15
Preview horizon will be extended to 30s in the future
Different minor improvements
EMA submission deadline – tba.
Paper submission deadline – tba.
Please refer to the change log. Latest: 13th of Jan. 23 – Beta 3 (i.a. corrected battery voltage signal). Remarks:
Parameterization is quiet likely in final state. Next release might be final release.
For information on the given tracks, please refer to tracks readme.
THE MVC 2023 Benchmark Problem
In Figure 1 the MVC 2023 challenge model and it’s components are shown. The competitors are invited to develop the top red block, the energy management algorithm (EMA).
Brembeck, J.; de Castro, R.; Tobolar, J. & Ebrahimi, I. IEEE VTS Motor Vehicles Challenge 2023: A Multi-physical Benchmark Problem for Next Generation Energy Management Algorithms 19th IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC), 2022