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Configuration of Planetary Hybrid Power-Split System

  • Xiaohua Zeng
  • Jixin Wang
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Abstract

In Chap.  1, the energy consumption characteristics of traditional vehicle have been analyzed by intuitive graphical method. Accordingly, the basic way of traditional vehicle energy saving is proposed. It’s a good choice to apply the hybrid technology to traditional vehicle in the short term. In recent years, the series-parallel hybrid vehicle has become the stream in the market. Most kinds of the series-parallel hybrid vehicles use planetary gears as the PSD. In this chapter, detailed introduction to the typical PSD configuration is given firstly, including THS of Toyota corporation and AHS of GM corporation. Then the working principle and analysis method for the two kinds of configurations are discussed in detail. Finally, a new kind of PSD configuration, DHS which is developed independently, is proposed and analyzed.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Jilin UniversityChangchunChina

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