Model-Based Development of Transmission Concepts for Hybrid Electric Powertrains

S. Geng, T. Zubke, T. Schulte, in: IEEE, 2017, pp. 1637–1642.

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Plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) are developed to reduce the fuel consumption and the emission of carbon dioxide. The transmission is a core component in PHEVs since it defines the interaction between the internal combustion engine and the electric motors. Due to the complexity of PHEVs, a model-based development is carried out for novel transmission concepts, which takes the overall powertrain into account, as well. In this contribution, an approach for the model-based development of transmission concepts for PHEVs is presented. It incorporates the development and evaluation of new concepts as well as the development and test of corresponding controllers. Since each step of the development requires a powertrain model with an appropriate level of detail, an automatic model generation is used to enable an efficient workflow. This contribution focuses on the development of new transmission concepts only. It comprises an optimization of the number of gears and transmission ratios for an exemplary transmission. As a result of the proposed approach a novel transmission concept for PHEVs including a model-based evaluation is presented.
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1637 - 1642
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2017 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV)
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Los Angeles, CA, USA
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2017-06-11 – 2017-06-14
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Geng S, Zubke T, Schulte T. Model-Based Development of Transmission Concepts for Hybrid Electric Powertrains. In: IEEE; 2017:1637-1642.
Geng, S., Zubke, T., & Schulte, T. (2017). Model-Based Development of Transmission Concepts for Hybrid Electric Powertrains (pp. 1637–1642). Presented at the 2017 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV), Los Angeles, CA, USA : IEEE.
Geng S, Zubke T and Schulte T (2017) Model-Based Development of Transmission Concepts for Hybrid Electric Powertrains. IEEE, pp. 1637–1642.
Geng, Stefan, T. Zubke, and Thomas Schulte. “Model-Based Development of Transmission Concepts for Hybrid Electric Powertrains,” 1637–42. IEEE, 2017.
Geng, Stefan, T. Zubke und Thomas Schulte. 2017. Model-Based Development of Transmission Concepts for Hybrid Electric Powertrains. In: , 1637–1642. IEEE.
Geng, Stefan ; Zubke, T. ; Schulte, Thomas: Model-Based Development of Transmission Concepts for Hybrid Electric Powertrains. In:  : IEEE, 2017, S. 1637–1642
S. Geng, T. Zubke, T. Schulte, Model-Based Development of Transmission Concepts for Hybrid Electric Powertrains, in: IEEE, 2017: pp. 1637–1642.
S. Geng, T. Zubke, and T. Schulte, “Model-Based Development of Transmission Concepts for Hybrid Electric Powertrains,” presented at the 2017 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV), Los Angeles, CA, USA , 2017, pp. 1637–1642.
Geng, Stefan, et al. Model-Based Development of Transmission Concepts for Hybrid Electric Powertrains. IEEE, 2017, pp. 1637–42.
Geng, Stefan et. al. (2017): Model-Based Development of Transmission Concepts for Hybrid Electric Powertrains, in: , S. 1637–1642.
Geng S, Zubke T, Schulte T. Model-Based Development of Transmission Concepts for Hybrid Electric Powertrains. In IEEE; 2017. p. 1637–42.

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