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Advanced propulsion system for hybrid vehicles

Author: L V Norrup; A T Lintz; Airesearch Manufacturing Company of California.; Lewis Research Center.; United States. Department of Energy. Office of Transportation Programs.
Publisher: Washington : The Office, 1980.
Edition/Format:   Print book : National government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A number of hybrid propulsion systems were evaluated for application in several different vehicle sizes. A conceptual design was prepared for the most promising configuration. Various system configurations were parametrically evaluated and compared, design tradeoffs performed, and a conceptual design produced. Fifteen vehicle/propulsion systems concepts were parametrically evaluated to select two systems and one  Read more...
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Material Type: Government publication, National government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: L V Norrup; A T Lintz; Airesearch Manufacturing Company of California.; Lewis Research Center.; United States. Department of Energy. Office of Transportation Programs.
OCLC Number: 8477875
Notes: "Report date January 1980."
Description: vii, 170, [34] pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Responsibility: L.V. Norrup and A.T. Lintz.

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A number of hybrid propulsion systems were evaluated for application in several different vehicle sizes. A conceptual design was prepared for the most promising configuration. Various system configurations were parametrically evaluated and compared, design tradeoffs performed, and a conceptual design produced. Fifteen vehicle/propulsion systems concepts were parametrically evaluated to select two systems and one vehicle for detailed design tradeoff studies. A single hybrid propulsion system concept and vehicle (five passenger family sedan)were selected for optimization based on the results of the tradeoff studies. The final propulsion system consists of a 65 kW spark-ignition heat engine, a mechanical continuously variable traction transmission, a 20 kW permanent magnet axial-gap traction motor, a variable frequency inverter, a 386 kg lead-acid improved state-of-the-art battery, and a transaxle. The system was configured with a parallel power path between the heat engine and battery. It has two automatic operational modes: electric mode and heat engine mode. Power is always shared between the heat engine and battery during acceleration periods. In both modes, regenerative braking energy is absorbed by the battery.

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