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Hybrid Drive Concept for Off-highway Applications

Hybrid Drive Concept for Off-highway Applications Powertrain D E V E L O P M EN T P O W E R TR AI n Hybrid Drive Concept for © RWTH Aachen University Off-highway Applications Future off-highway powertrains will have to meet challenging requirements. In addition to complying with the strictest emission and climate protection regulations, high performance and reliability at low cost are expected. In order to address these challenges, the continuing improvement of the combustion engine and its related exhaust aftertreatment system, and new measures like the powertrain hybridization might be necessary. RWTH Aachen University and FEV have investigated the potential of hybridization and electrification of the powertrain. A U T HOR S Giovanni Vagnoni, M. Sc. Dr.-Ing. Joschka Schaub Dipl.-Ing. Markus Ehrly Dr.-Ing. George Birmes is Research Associate at the is Deputy Department Manager in is Team Leader for Concept is Department Manager in the Institute for Combustion Engines the Business Unit Diesel Simulation in the Business Unit Business Unit for Electric and (VKA) at RWTH Aachen University Powertrains of FEV Europe GmbH in Diesel Powertrains of FEV Europe Hybrid Powertrains of FEV Europe (Germany). Aachen (Germany). GmbH in Aachen (Germany). GmbH in Aachen (Germany). 42 Powertrain REQUIREMENTS FOR FUTURE Displacement 7700 cm³ http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png ATZoffhighway worldwide Springer Journals

Hybrid Drive Concept for Off-highway Applications

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Publisher
Springer Journals
Copyright
Copyright © 2019 by Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH
Subject
Engineering; Automotive Engineering
eISSN
2524-8774
DOI
10.1007/s41321-019-0004-z
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Abstract

Powertrain D E V E L O P M EN T P O W E R TR AI n Hybrid Drive Concept for © RWTH Aachen University Off-highway Applications Future off-highway powertrains will have to meet challenging requirements. In addition to complying with the strictest emission and climate protection regulations, high performance and reliability at low cost are expected. In order to address these challenges, the continuing improvement of the combustion engine and its related exhaust aftertreatment system, and new measures like the powertrain hybridization might be necessary. RWTH Aachen University and FEV have investigated the potential of hybridization and electrification of the powertrain. A U T HOR S Giovanni Vagnoni, M. Sc. Dr.-Ing. Joschka Schaub Dipl.-Ing. Markus Ehrly Dr.-Ing. George Birmes is Research Associate at the is Deputy Department Manager in is Team Leader for Concept is Department Manager in the Institute for Combustion Engines the Business Unit Diesel Simulation in the Business Unit Business Unit for Electric and (VKA) at RWTH Aachen University Powertrains of FEV Europe GmbH in Diesel Powertrains of FEV Europe Hybrid Powertrains of FEV Europe (Germany). Aachen (Germany). GmbH in Aachen (Germany). GmbH in Aachen (Germany). 42 Powertrain REQUIREMENTS FOR FUTURE Displacement 7700 cm³

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ATZoffhighway worldwideSpringer Journals

Published: Mar 22, 2019

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