Simona Onori mainly focuses on Automotive engineering, Battery, Energy management, Fuel efficiency and State of charge. While working on this project, she studies both Automotive engineering and Cell aging. Her Battery research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Electric vehicle, Topology, Electrical engineering, Lithium and Energy storage.
Simona Onori interconnects Control system, Optimal control, Control theory, Minification and Control in the investigation of issues within Energy management. Her work deals with themes such as Dynamic programming, Simulation and Trajectory, which intersect with Fuel efficiency. In her research on the topic of State of charge, Electric potential, Extended Kalman filter, Composite number and Electronic engineering is strongly related with Lithium-ion battery.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Battery, Automotive engineering, Control theory, Energy management and Materials science. Her Battery study combines topics in areas such as Simulation, Lithium and Energy storage. Her work in the fields of Truck overlaps with other areas such as Plug-in.
Her work is dedicated to discovering how Control theory, Model predictive control are connected with Waste heat recovery unit, PID controller, Quadratic programming, Heat recovery ventilation and Evaporator and other disciplines. Her Energy management research incorporates themes from Mathematical optimization, Optimal control, Control engineering, Control theory and Fuel efficiency. As part of one scientific family, Simona Onori deals mainly with the area of Optimal control, narrowing it down to issues related to the Dynamic programming, and often Driving cycle.
Her primary areas of study are Materials science, Battery, Energy storage, Automotive engineering and Lithium-ion battery. Her Battery research integrates issues from Optimal control, Sensitivity, Electrolyte, Actuator and Driving cycle. Her Automotive engineering study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Electric vehicle, Propulsion, Energy management and Equivalent circuit.
Her Energy management research includes elements of Load management, Energy supply and Mathematical optimization. The study incorporates disciplines such as State of charge, Terminal voltage, Ensemble Kalman filter and Control theory in addition to Lithium-ion battery. Simona Onori works mostly in the field of Control theory, limiting it down to topics relating to Control and, in certain cases, Torque.
Lithium-ion battery, Battery, Energy storage, Model order reduction and Materials science are her primary areas of study. Her study in Lithium-ion battery is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both State of charge, Internal resistance and Capacity loss. Simona Onori has researched Battery in several fields, including Equivalent circuit, Automotive engineering, Lyapunov function and Control theory.
Her Energy storage study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Reliability engineering, Actuator, Smart grid, Fault and Battery system. The study incorporates disciplines such as Mechanics, Converters, Three way and Oxygen storage in addition to Model order reduction. Her Materials science research encompasses a variety of disciplines, including Thermal, Robustness, Lithium, Anode and Observer.
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A Comparative Analysis of Energy Management Strategies for Hybrid Electric Vehicles
Lorenzo Serrao;Simona Onori;Giorgio Rizzoni.
Journal of Dynamic Systems Measurement and Control-transactions of The Asme (2011)
ECMS as a realization of Pontryagin's minimum principle for HEV control
Lorenzo Serrao;Simona Onori;Giorgio Rizzoni.
american control conference (2009)
Lithium-ion batteries life estimation for plug-in hybrid electric vehicles
Vincenzo Marano;Simona Onori;Yann Guezennec;Giorgio Rizzoni.
vehicle power and propulsion conference (2009)
Optimal energy management of hybrid electric vehicles including battery aging
Lorenzo Serrao;Simona Onori;Antonio Sciarretta;Yann Guezennec.
american control conference (2011)
Cloud-Based Velocity Profile Optimization for Everyday Driving: A Dynamic-Programming-Based Solution
Engin Ozatay;Simona Onori;James Wollaeger;Ümit Özgüner.
IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems (2014)
Adaptive Equivalent Consumption Minimization Strategy for Hybrid Electric Vehicles
Simona Onori;Lorenzo Serrao;Giorgio Rizzoni.
ASME 2010 Dynamic Systems and Control Conference, Volume 1 (2010)
Adaptive Pontryagin’s Minimum Principle supervisory controller design for the plug-in hybrid GM Chevrolet Volt
Simona Onori;Laura Tribioli.
Applied Energy (2015)
Capacity and power fade cycle-life model for plug-in hybrid electric vehicle lithium-ion battery cells containing blended spinel and layered-oxide positive electrodes
Andrea Cordoba-Arenas;Simona Onori;Yann Guezennec;Giorgio Rizzoni.
Journal of Power Sources (2015)
Energy Management Strategy for HEVs Including Battery Life Optimization
Li Tang;Giorgio Rizzoni;Simona Onori.
ieee transactions on transportation electrification (2015)
Electrochemical Model-Based State of Charge and Capacity Estimation for a Composite Electrode Lithium-Ion Battery
Alexander Bartlett;James Marcicki;Simona Onori;Giorgio Rizzoni.
IEEE Transactions on Control Systems and Technology (2016)
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