Mathematical Models of Hybrid Vehicle Powertrain Performance

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K.M. Bas, V.V. Kravets, K.A. Ziborov, D.A. Fedoriachenko, V.V. Krivda, S.A. Fedoriachenko, I.O. Kornilenko (2016). Mathematical Models of Hybrid Vehicle Powertrain Performance. Mechanics, Materials Science & Engineering, Vol 7. doi:10.2412/mmse.01.971.560

Authors: K.M. Bas, V.V. Kravets, K.A. Ziborov, D.A. Fedoriachenko, V.V. Krivda, S.A. Fedoriachenko, I.O. Kornilenko

ABSTRACT. The structure of the hybrid powertrain includes an internal combustion engine, the electric motor/generator, electric drive, electric power converter. Electric motors of conventional design and power converting devices are described in the paper. In this paper an attention paid to the mathematical description of an internal combustion engines, as a part of hybrid powertrain component. Following the paper provides brief mathematical description of galvanic energy storage of hybrid powertrain.

Keywords: hybrid powertrain, internal combustion engine, mathematical model, technology

DOI 10.2412/mmse.01.971.560


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