This content is not included in your SAE MOBILUS subscription, or you are not logged in.
Design and Simulation of Serial Hybrid Electric Moped Powertrain
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published June 23, 2008 by SAE International in United States
Annotation ability available
According to the requirements of two-wheel vehicle's future market and the characteristic of urban road conditions in China, the advantages and disadvantages of three basic configurations for the Hybrid Electric Vehicle are compared, finally, the serial hybrid configuration is chosen to be applied to hybrid Electric Moped solution. The selection principle of main components of this hybrid powertrain system includes ICE, generator, battery and hub motor, and the optimal match for performance parameters of these components are introduced in this paper. Then, a hybrid system model is established based on AVL-CRUISE. The simulations of fuel efficiency and exhaust emissions for both serial hybrid moped and conventional motorcycle is offered.
CitationShao, Q., Dong, G., Onofri, M., Wu, Z. et al., "Design and Simulation of Serial Hybrid Electric Moped Powertrain," SAE Technical Paper 2008-01-1567, 2008, https://doi.org/10.4271/2008-01-1567.
- Coplin Nicholas Application of air assisted direct injection to high performance sports motorcycles Seminar of Engine Technologies from Motorcycles, PTT Bangkok, Thailand 1996
- Bickle G. Yoshikawa T. Schafer-Sindlinger A. Emission Control Systems for Two Stroke Engines - A Challenge for Catalysis SAE Transactions98271
- Wyezalek Floyd A. Hybrid electric vehicle: year 2000 status IEEE AES Magazine 16 3 March 2001 15 25
- JOHNSTONB MCGOLDRIC K T FUNSTOND et al. The Continued Design and Development of the University of California, Davis Future Car SAE paper,1998, 980487 459 462
- Trozzi Leonardo Onofri Massimo Ferioli Andrea Venturoli Alessandro Li Liguang Wu Zhijun “Two Wheel Hybrid Vehicle” Feasibility Study 2007
- Tong Chia-Chang Jwo Wu-Shun An assist-mode hybrid electric motorcycle Journal of Power Sources 174 1 22 November 2007 61 68
- Nedugadi A. McBroom S. Roberts C. Harris J.J. Walls M. 10 A Parallel Hybrid Powertrain for a Motorcycle Application SAE paper, 2002, 2024272
- Moseley P.T. Bonnet B. Cooper A. Kellaway M.J. Lead-acid battery chemistry adapted for hybrid electric vehicle duty Journal of Power Sources 174 1 22 November 2007 49 53
- Yao Masaru Okuno Kazuki TsutomuIwaki Tanase Shigeo Harada Keizo Kato Masahiro Emura Katsuji Sakai Tetsuo High-power nickel/metal-hydride battery using new micronetwork substrate: Discharge rate capability and cycle-life performance Journal of Power Sources 171 2 27 September 2007 1033 1039
- Sørensen Bent On the road performance simulation of hydrogen and hybrid cars International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 32 6 May 2007 683 686
- ZOELCH U SCHRODE D Optimization method for rating the components of a hybrid Vehicle [C] EVS14 1997
- Lamperth Michael How Size and Performance of Hybrid Electric Vehicle Components are influenced by Acceleration Patterns SAE Paper, SP-1466
- Pérez Laura V. Pilotta Elvio A. Optimal power split in a hybrid electric vehicle using direct transcription of an optimal control problem Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, In Press 24 March 2007
- Chu Liang Wang Qingnian Liu Minghui Li Jun Parametric Design of Hybrid Power-train with ISG for Transit Bus SAE paper 2004-01-3065
- CUDDY M R WIPKE K B Analysis of the Fuel Economy Benefit of Drive train Hybridization SAE paper, 1997, 970289 101 103