EFFICIENCY MEASUREMENT AND ENERGY ANALYSIS FOR A HEV BENCH TESTER AND DEVELOPMENT OF PERFORMANCE SIMULATOR

  • OH K. (School of Mechanical Engineering, Sungkyunkwan University) ;
  • KIM D. (Hyundai Motor Company) ;
  • KIM T. (Hyundai Motor Company) ;
  • KIM C. (Hyundai Motor Company) ;
  • KIM H. (School of Mechanical Engineering, Sungkyunkwan University)
  • Published : 2005.10.01

Abstract

This paper presents the efficiency measurement and energy analysis for a parallel HEY. Using the HEV test rig, the efficiency of each powertrain component is measured for a given driving cycle including the regenerative braking system. Accompanied by the efficiency measurements, a detailed energy analysis is performed. Based on the efficiency measurement and energy analysis, a HEV performance simulator is developed. Using the simulator, the HEV performance is evaluated for a mild hybrid system. It is expected that the HEV simulator developed can be used to obtain further optimization potentials.

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