Assessment of the Possibility to Use Hybrid Electromechanical Transmission in Combat Tracked Platforms

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Glebov V.V., Klimov V.F., Volosnikov S.A. (2017). Assessment of the Possibility to Use Hybrid Electromechanical Transmission in Combat Tracked Platforms. Mechanics, Materials Science & Engineering, Vol 8. doi:10.2412/mmse.83.5.981

Authors: Glebov V.V., Klimov V.F., Volosnikov S.A.

ABSTRACT. The article gives an estimation of possible using the hybrid electromechanical transmission performed as a series circuit in tracked vehicle of 50-tonnes weight category using the series-manufactured components of hybrid electric drive system. As components of electric drive (motor-generators and traction electric motors) it is invited to use AC induction motors with squirrel-cage rotor, that has no moving contacts and can work both in motor and generator modes, and energy storage buffer is made on the basis of consecutively connected Lithium-ion batteries.

Keywords: tracked platforms, electromechanical transmission, electromechanical traction drives, electric machines

DOI 10.2412/mmse.83.5.98

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