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A Concept Investigation Simulation Model on Hybrid Powertrains for Handheld Tools
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published November 30, 2020 by SAE International in United States
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Amid the increasing demand for higher efficiency in combustion driven handheld tools, the recent developments in electric machine technology together with the already existing benefits of small combustion engines for these applications favor the investigation of potential advantages in hybrid powertrain tools. This concept-design study aims to use a fully parametric, system-level simulation model with exchangeable blocks, created with a power-loss approach in Matlab and Simulink, in order to examine the potential of different hybrid configurations for different tool load cycles. After the model introduction, the results of numerous simulations for 36 to 100 cc engine displacement will be presented and compared in terms of overall system efficiency and overall powertrain size. The different optimum hybrid configurations can show a reduction up to 30 % in system’s brake specific fuel consumption compared to the baseline combustion engine driven model.
CitationVogiatzis, D., Schacht, H., Schmidt, S., and Kirchberger, R., "A Concept Investigation Simulation Model on Hybrid Powertrains for Handheld Tools," SAE Technical Paper 2020-32-2316, 2020.
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