Consideration of Different Hybrid Powertrains with the Help of a Model in Longitudinal Dynamic Using Dymola™ 2006-01-1126
This paper deals with a simulation model designed in Dymola™. The goal of the calculations with this simulation model is to find a hybrid drivetrain for a sport utility vehicle (SUV) that has a better driving performance in full load accelerations with a downsizing concept of the internal combustion engine (ICE) than the reference vehicle - an SUV with a six-cylinder diesel engine. Therefore, different drivetrain configurations are analyzed with regard to their driving performance. Furthermore, various configurations of hybrids are simulated. The drivetrain with the best driving performance - a drivetrain having two induction machines - is then analyzed with regard to the fuel consumption in two different standardized driving cycles.
Citation: Prachar, T., Pöltenstein, A., Magerl, L., Winter, S. et al., "Consideration of Different Hybrid Powertrains with the Help of a Model in Longitudinal Dynamic Using Dymola™," SAE Technical Paper 2006-01-1126, 2006, https://doi.org/10.4271/2006-01-1126. Download Citation
Thomas Prachar, Axel Pöltenstein, Lukas Magerl, Stefan Winter, Gerhard Lux, Andrés Caldevilla, Peter Hofmann
Vienna University of Technology, Institute for Internal Combustion Engines and Automotive Engineering
SAE 2006 World Congress & Exhibition
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