Electrical-Loss Analysis of Power-Split Hybrid Electric Vehicles
AbstractThe growing development of hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) has seen the spread of architectures with transmission based on planetary gear train, realized thanks to two electric machines. This architecture, by continuously regulating the transmission ratio, allows the internal combustion engine (ICE) to work in optimal conditions. On the one hand, the average ICE efficiency is increased thanks to better loading situations, while, on the other hand, electrical losses are introduced due to the power circulation between the two electrical machines mentioned above. The aim of this study is then to accurately evaluate electrical losses and the average ICE efficiency in various operating conditions and over different road missions. The models used in this study are presented for both the Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) architecture and the Discontinuously Variable Transmission (DVT) architecture. In addition, efficiency maps of the main components are shown. Finally, the simulation results are presented to point out strengths and weaknesses of the CVT architecture. View Full-Text
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Bonfiglio, A.; Lanzarotto, D.; Marchesoni, M.; Passalacqua, M.; Procopio, R.; Repetto, M. Electrical-Loss Analysis of Power-Split Hybrid Electric Vehicles. Energies 2017, 10, 2142.
Bonfiglio A, Lanzarotto D, Marchesoni M, Passalacqua M, Procopio R, Repetto M. Electrical-Loss Analysis of Power-Split Hybrid Electric Vehicles. Energies. 2017; 10(12):2142.Chicago/Turabian Style
Bonfiglio, Andrea; Lanzarotto, Damiano; Marchesoni, Mario; Passalacqua, Massimiliano; Procopio, Renato; Repetto, Matteo. 2017. "Electrical-Loss Analysis of Power-Split Hybrid Electric Vehicles." Energies 10, no. 12: 2142.
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