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Study of Fuel Consumption Characteristics and Regenerative Braking Recovery Rate in a TMED Type Parallel Hybrid Electric Vehicle
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Study of Fuel Consumption Characteristics and Regenerative Braking Recovery Rate in a TMED Type Parallel Hybrid Electric Vehicle
Chung, Jin Ho; Kim, Jin Su; Kim, Ju Whan; Lee, Jin Wook;
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 Abstract
In this work, we conducted a study of fuel consumption characteristics and regenerative braking recovery rate by conducting an experiment using a TMED type parallel hybrid electric vehicle. As regenerative braking technology is considered essential to improve the energy efficiency of the hybrid vehicle, it is necessary to conduct research on the regenerative braking system. Therefore, the electrical characteristics, current balance, and fuel consumption were investigated using an EC type chassis dynamometer with experimental conditions as per IM240 mode. From the results, it was observed that when the initial SOC condition was lower, the engine operating time of the hybrid vehicle increased, and the energy efficiency decreased. While operating in the driving mode characteristics condition and the driving characteristics condition, the difference in the average fuel consumption was not significant. However, after completion of the experiment, there was a difference in the engine operation.
 Keywords
Parallel Hybrid Electric Vehicle;Regenerative Braking;Fuel Consumption Characteristics;Energy Efficiency;
 Language
Korean
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