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Main Title Hybrid propulsion system transmission evaluation : phase I, final report /
Author Cordner, M. A. ; Cordne, M. A. ; Grim, D. H.
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Author Title of a Work
Grimm, D. H.
CORP Author Sundstrand Aviation, Rockford, Ill.
Publisher Sundstrand Aviation,
Year Published 1972
Report Number PB210057
Stock Number PB-210 057
OCLC Number 14009574
Subjects Automobiles--Transmission devices.
Additional Subjects ( Motor vehicles ; Air pollution) ; ( Automotive transmissions ; Performance evaluation) ; Motor vehicle drive systems ; Flywheels ; Feasibility ; Cost estimates ; Design ; Automobiles ; FORTRAN ; Computer programs ; Analog simulation ; Digital simulation ; Hybrid vehicular propulsion ; Air pollution abatement ; Hydromechanical transmissions
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EMBD MF PB-210 057 NRMRL/GWERD Library/Ada,OK 06/25/2004
NTIS  PB-210 057 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 02/27/2020
Collation xv, 313 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.
Abstract
The purpose was to assess the practicality of a transmission for use in a heat engine/flywheel propulsion system to reduce emissions. The system was to be suitable for incorporation into a full size 'family car' automobile. The different possible link types (mechanical, hydrostatic, and hydromechanical) between the engine, flywheel, and vehicle wheels were analyzed. Many transmission schematics were investigated, and several combinations were selected for further evaluation resulting in the final recommended configuration. Controls were selected and analyzed using a digital dynamic simulation computer program and an analog computer simulation. System performance, stability and driveability were deterined. Cost estimates were made for the selected configuration using comparative data, vendor quotations and in-house estimates. Comparisons with a conventional three speed automatic transmission were made. A hydromechanical transmission configuration with interdependent links between the flywheel, engine, and wheels was the resultant selection. The flywheel/transmission was configured for a tran-axle installation, which was considered optimum. (Author)
Notes
"For Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Air Programs, Advanced Automotive Power Systems Division." Contract: 68-04-0034. PB-210 057. Microfiche (negative).