Zhang, Z., 2018. Design of parallel braking control system for port hybrid electric vehicle. In: Liu, Z.L. and Mi, C. (eds.), Advances In Sustainable Port And Ocean Engineering. Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue No. 83, pp. 513–519. Coconut Creek (Florida), ISS N 0749-0208.

Conventional port hybrid vehicles can't effectively recycle tremendous kinetic energy brought by car brake due to the limitation of energy storage element and energy conversion form in energy recovery braking system. A parallel hydraulic hybrid power control system is designed to solve the contradiction between braking safety stability and realizing the maximum energy recovery. The linear proportional electromagnetic valve is adopted to control the hydraulic pressure of the hydraulic cylinder of the brake. The numerical control of the frictional braking force is realized, and the braking force control strategy can be realized with the braking control system. The experimental results show that the system improves the stability of friction braking and energy recovery.

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