A simple method for the design of hybrid electric power-split cvts: A case study

Dario Rotella, Marco Cammalleri, Xingyu Zhou, Datong Qin

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Abstract

A brief parametric method for the preliminary design of hybrid electric Power-Split CVTs is performed. The desired torque-speed characteristic is obtained, and general control and optimization criteria are introduced in order to minimize the size of the required electric machines. The optimization is performed by mean of scheme-independent functional parameters, while a specific constructive design is proposed only later, along with possible full electric operations.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Titolo della pubblicazione ospiteMechanisms and Machine Science
Pagine70-79
Numero di pagine10
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2019

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  • Mechanical Engineering

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Rotella, D., Cammalleri, M., Zhou, X., & Qin, D. (2019). A simple method for the design of hybrid electric power-split cvts: A case study. In Mechanisms and Machine Science (pagg. 70-79)

A simple method for the design of hybrid electric power-split cvts: A case study. / Rotella, Dario; Cammalleri, Marco; Zhou, Xingyu; Qin, Datong.

Mechanisms and Machine Science. 2019. pag. 70-79.

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Rotella, D, Cammalleri, M, Zhou, X & Qin, D 2019, A simple method for the design of hybrid electric power-split cvts: A case study. in Mechanisms and Machine Science. pagg. 70-79.
Rotella D, Cammalleri M, Zhou X, Qin D. A simple method for the design of hybrid electric power-split cvts: A case study. In Mechanisms and Machine Science. 2019. pag. 70-79
Rotella, Dario ; Cammalleri, Marco ; Zhou, Xingyu ; Qin, Datong. / A simple method for the design of hybrid electric power-split cvts: A case study. Mechanisms and Machine Science. 2019. pagg. 70-79
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