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Main Title Modern electric, hybrid electric, and fuel cell vehicles : fundamentals, theory, and design /
Author Ehsani, Mehrdad.
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Gao, Yimin,
Emadi, Ali.
Publisher CRC Press,
Year Published 2010
OCLC Number 144220352
ISBN 9781420053982 (hardcover : alk. paper); 1420053981 (hardcover : alk. paper)
Subjects Hybrid electric vehicles. ; Fuel cells. ; Brennstoffzelle. ; Elektroantrieb. ; Hybridantrieb. ; Kraftfahrzeug.
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ELCM  TL221.15.G39 2010 NVFEL Library/Ann Arbor, MI 09/20/2010
Edition 2nd ed.
Collation xxii, 534 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Notes
Preface -- Authors -- 1. Environmental impact and history of modern transportation -- 1.1. Air pollution -- 1.2. Global warming -- 1.3. Petroleum resources -- 1.4. Induced costs -- 1.5. Importance of different transportation development strategies to future oil supply -- 1.6. History of EVs -- 1.7. History of HEVs -- 1.8. History of fuel cell vehicles -- References -- 2. Fundamentals of vehicle propulsion and brake -- 2.1. General description of vehicle movement -- 2.2. Vehicle resistance -- 2.3. Dynamic equation -- 2.4. Tire-ground adhesion and maximum tractive effort -- 2.5. Power train tractive effort and vehicle speed -- 2.6. Vehicle power plant and transmission characteristics -- 2.7. Vehicle performance -- 2.8. Operating fuel economy -- 2.9. Brake performance -- References -- 3. Internal combustion engines -- 3.1. 4S, spark-ignited IC engines -- 3.2. 4S, compression-ignition IC engines -- 3.3. 2S engines -- 3.4. Wankel rotary engines -- 3.5. Stirling engines -- 3.6. Gas turbine engines -- 3.7. Quasi-isothermal Brayton cycle engines -- References -- 4. Electric vehicles -- 4.1. Configurations of EVs -- 4.2. Performance of EVs -- 4.3. Tractive effort in normal driving -- 4.4. Energy consumption -- References -- 5. Hybrid electric vehicles -- 5.1. Concept of hybrid electric drive trains -- 5.2. Architectures of hybrid electric drive trains -- References -- 6. Electric propulsions systems -- 6.1. DC motor drives -- 6.2. Inductive motor drives -- 6.3. Permanent magnetic BLDC motor drives -- 6.4. SRM drives -- References -- 7. Design principle of series (electrical coupling) hybrid electric drive train -- 7.1. Operation patterns -- 7.2. Control strategies -- 7.3. Design principles of a series (electrical coupling) hybrid drive train -- 7.4. Design example -- References -- 8. Parallel (mechanically coupled) hybrid electric drive train design -- 8.1. Drive train configuration and design objectives -- 8.2. Control strategies -- 8.3. Parametric design of a drive train -- 8.4. Simulations -- References -- 9. Design and control methodology of series-parallel (torque and speed coupling) hybrid drive train -- 9.1. Drive train configuration -- 9.2. Drive train control methodology -- 9.3. Drive train parameters design -- 9.4. Simulation of an example vehicle -- References -- 10. Design and control principles of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles -- 10.1. Statistics of daily driving distance -- 10.2. Energy management strategy -- 10.3. Energy storage design -- References -- 11. Mild hybrid electric drive train design -- 11.1. Energy consumed in braking and transmission -- 11.2. Parallel mild hybrid electric drive train -- 11.3. Series-parallel mild hybrid electric drive train -- References -- 12. Peaking power sources and energy storages -- 12.1. Electrochemical batteries -- 12.2. Ultracapacitors -- 12.3. Ultra-high-speed flywheels -- 12.4. Hybridization of energy storages -- References -- 13. Fundamentals of regenerative braking -- 13.1. Braking energy consumed in urban driving -- 13.2. Braking energy versus vehicle speed -- 13.3. Braking energy versus braking power -- 13.4. Braking power versus vehicle speed -- 13.5. Braking energy versus vehicle deceleration rate -- 13.6. Braking energy on front and rear axles -- 13.7. Brake system of EV, HEV, and FCV -- References -- 14. Fuel cells -- 14.1. Operating principles of fuel cells -- 14.2. Electrode potential and current-voltage curve -- 14.3. Fuel and oxidant consumption -- 14.4. Fuel cell system characteristics -- 14.5. Fuel cell technologies -- 14.6. Fuel supply -- 14.7. Non-hydrogen fuel cells -- References -- 15. Fuel cell hybrid electric drive train design -- 15.1. Configuration -- 15.2. Control strategy -- 15.3. Parametric design -- 15.4. Design example -- References -- 16. Design of series hybrid drive train for off-road vehicles -- 16.1. Motion resistance -- 16.2. Tracked series hybrid vehicle drive train architecture -- 16.3. Parametric design of the drive train -- 16.4. Engine/generator power design -- 16.5. Power and energy design of energy storage -- References -- Appendix. Technical overview of Toyota Prius -- A.1. Vehicle performance -- A.2. Overview of Prius hybrid power train and control systems -- A.3. Major components -- A.4. Hybrid system control modes -- Index.