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L. Guzzella, A.

Sciarretta
Vehicle Propulsion Systems
Introduction to Modeling and Optimization

New edition include new developments for propulsion systems and


optimization methodologies
Focuses on the minimization of fuel and energy consumption
Numerous case studies illustrate the theory, making this a highly
practical text
Exercises are included at the end of each chapter and the solutions
are available on the web

This text provides an introduction to the mathematical modeling and subsequent


optimization of vehicle propulsion systems and their supervisory control algorithms.

Automobiles are responsible for a substantial part of the world's consumption of primary
energy, mostly fossil liquid hydrocarbons and the reduction of the fuel consumption
of these vehicles has become a top priority. Increasing concerns over fossil fuel
3rd ed. 2013, XVI, 412 p.
consumption and the associated environmental impacts have motivated many groups
in industry and academia to propose new propulsion systems and to explore new
optimization methodologies. This third edition has been prepared to include many of
Printed book
these developments.
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