TORQUE TRANSMISSION FROM THE ELECTRIC MOTOR TO THE WEELS IN THE HYBRID VEHICLE

Vadym Samorodov, Volodymyr Dvadnenko, Ivan Yalovol

Abstract


Use of an internal combustion engine (ICE) to start the vehicle due to the necessity to have the idle mode, and the motion at low speeds to relatively powerful engine leads to uneconomical operation modes of the engine. As a result, in an urban environment has been an increase in fuel consumption and high emissions. Alteration (conversion) of the basic vehicle in rechargeable hybrid vehicle, when traffic on the ICE uneconomical modes replaced by motion by means an electric actuator, can significantly improve efficiency and reduce harmful emissions. Good quality / price ratio on investment in a refine of the car gives the means the installation of a relatively inexpensive electric drive powered by the traction battery, rechargeable from the mains. It is actually a re-equipment of the vehicle in a parallel hybrid vehicle with an external charging (PHEV, Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle). For this the vehicle examined a technical solution, which implements the transfer of torque from the electric motor via a belt drive. Developed the device built-in diagnostics belt transmission. The results of these tests have confirmed efficiency of a hybrid car belt transmission, as well as the effectiveness of the device built-in diagnostics, which improves the reliability and durability of the transmission.

Keywords


hybrid car; belt drives; valve motor; car conversion; electric drive; a built-in control

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