Browse Publications Technical Papers 2002-01-1082
2002-03-04

A Mild Hybrid Drive Train for 42 V Automotive Power System-Design, Control and Simulation 2002-01-1082

In this paper, a mild hybrid drive train has been proposed. A small electric motor with low rated voltage (42 V) is used to (1) propel the vehicle at low speed, (2) replace the fluid-coupled torque converter and (3) realize regenerative braking. With proper design and control, the fuel economy in urban driving can be significantly improved without much change from conventional drive train to the mild hybrid drive train.

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