Advertisement

Springer Nature is making Coronavirus research free. View research | View latest news | Sign up for updates

System integration of hybrid powertrains

Systemvernetzung von Hybridantrieben

  • 17 Accesses

Abstract

The integration of electrical drive components into hybrid electric vehicles (HEV) poses big challenges to the system integration of all components involved. Hybrid functions require new information structures with additional dependencies and interactions. This Continental Automotive Systems article describes the new structures, shows the interfaces between the components and presents a hybrid drive controller as core of a hierarchical networking.

This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access.

References

  1. [1]

    Dudenhöffer, F.: Die Marktentwicklung von Hybrid-Fahrzeugkonzepten. In: ATZ 107 (2005), Nr.4, S. 330-335

  2. [2]

    Hövermann, M.; Lach, R.; Lewkowicz, N.: Continental Strategie für Mild- und Full-Hybrid-Systeme. In: Tagungsband 3. Braunschweiger Symposium Hybridfahrzeuge und Energiemanagement, Braunschweig, 2006

  3. [3]

    Wallentowitz, H.; Biermann, J.W.; Bady, R.; Renner, C.: Strukturvarianten von Hybridantrieben. In: Tagungsunterlagen zu VDI-Tagung Hybridantriebe, München, 1999

  4. [4]

    Kozlowski, F.: Mild-Hybrid-Antriebe — Die Synergie von Verbrennungs- und Elektromotor. Verlag Moderne Industrie, 2004

  5. [5]

    Kozlowski, F.; Blome, F.; Hanschke, C.: Continental Mild-Hybrid 2004: Eine Innovation geht in Serie. In: Innovative Konzepte für Starter-Generatoren (XSG), expert Verlag, S. 121-139, 2004

Download references

Rights and permissions

Reprints and Permissions

About this article

Cite this article

Bauer, R., Raste, T. & Rieth, P.E. System integration of hybrid powertrains. ATZ Elektron Worldw 2, 2–4 (2007). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03242136

Download citation

Keywords

  • Hybrid Electric Vehicle
  • Brake System
  • Hierarchical Networking
  • ATZelektronik 04I2007
  • Friction Brake