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Hybrid Powertrains (E211151)
Departments:ústav autom.,sp.motorů a kolej.voz. (12120)
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Introduction to hybrid drives, their components, including electrical machines and energy accumulators, application to different types of vehicles, hybrid drive control.
doc. Ing. Pavel Mindl CSc.
Zimní 2019/2020
Ing. Josef Morkus CSc.
Zimní 2019/2020
prof. Ing. Zdeněk Čeřovský DrSc.
Zimní 2018/2019
Ing. Josef Morkus CSc.
Zimní 2018/2019
doc. Ing. Pavel Mindl CSc.
Zimní 2017/2018
Ing. Josef Morkus CSc.
Zimní 2017/2018
- introduction - mobility and energy implications
- what hybrid drives are, why they are
- emissions and their reduction potential using HYPO
History of hybrid drives
- HYPO species, sort by function and layout
- HYPO components: internal combustion engines,
electric machines
power converters
drive arrangement
brakes and energy recovery
- passenger cars with HYPO
- sports, competition and racing cars with HYPO
- hybrid buses, trolleybuses and electric buses
- commercial vehicles with HYPO, rolling stock with HYPO
- other HYPO applications
- HYPO control strategy
- HYPO economy
- trends, perspectives
Structure of tutorial
- calculations: energy for driving
energy recovery during braking
support for the internal combustion engine
battery capacity design
flywheel energy
electric drive
hybrid drive control in the hills
charging and stopping
optimal gear ratio setting
- measurements on electrical machines, reports
Ehsani,M- Gao, Y- Emadi,A.: Modern Electric,Hybrid Electric and Fuel Cell Vehicles, CRC Press Taylor and Francis Group
Westbrook, M.H.: The Electric Car - Development and future of battery, hybrid and fuel cells cars. IEE London, Poiwer and energy Series ISBN 0 85296-013-1

Lectures Introduction to Transport Technology, Vehicle Theory and Combustion Engines
hybrid drive, serial hybrid, parallel hybrid, energy recovery
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