Electric vehicle with current regulated regeneration system
Date of Publication
Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Communications Engineering
Gokongwei College of Engineering
Electronics And Communications Engg
Awarded as best thesis, 2014
Argel A. Bandala
Defense Panel Chair
Aaron Don M. Africa
Defense Panel Member
Alexander C. Abad
Mark Lorenzo D. Torregoza
This research focuses on the development of an energy recovery system, better known as Regeneration System for purely Electric Vehicles. With the use of PIC16F877A, the group incorporated an ADC-based battery monitoring system that shows the actual reading of the battery. The system as tested on a full scale prototype with dimensions of four (4) feet in width by six (6) feet in length. The prototype made use of two (2) DC Brushless Hub Motors that served as the main propulsion unit for the entire vehicle. With the use of a 3-Phase bridge rectifier, the group managed to extract the AC voltage output of the hub motors and boost it to be able to charge the onboard 48 volts Sealed Lead Acid (SLA) batteries.
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Angeles, R. A., Guillermo, C. M., Pelayo, I. R., Quiambao, E., & Serrano, R. P. (2014). Electric vehicle with current regulated regeneration system. Retrieved from https://animorepository.dlsu.edu.ph/etd_honors/377