- The main themes include transmissions, concept to market evolution and powertrain evolution
- Diiscusses concepts relating to continuously variable transmissions and hybridization
Table of Contents
- Section 1 Transmissions: The investigation of automotive transmission error characteristics subject to operating conditions; Comparison of approximation methods applied to a complex non-linear analytical transmission model; Gear teeth impacts in hydrodynamic conjunctions: Idle rattle; The prediction of loaded static tooth behaviour for automotive parallel axis gears; Boundary lubrication film formation from belt type CVT fluids; Design consideration and potential of the Milner CVT. Section 2 Concept to market evolution: Optimum engine models for diesel automotive powertrain development processes; Hardware-in-the-loop simulation (HIL) for production engine development. Section 3 Powertrain integration: An integrated simulation approach: Ricardo transmission and driveline dynamic simulation library; A powertrain thermal simulation model; Novel techniques for holistic powertrain optimisation – a hybrid vehicle case study; Hybridization of a small SUV and its control; Concept and potential of ‘CVT-hybrid-driveline’; Power combining single regime transmissions for automotive vehicles. Section 4 Engine integration: Driveability validation using MAHLE Powertrain's IDAA toolset; The effect of exhaust aftertreatment and engine temperature on IOLs for CVT powertrains; A turbocharged diesel engine with intake air accumulator to improve torque transients in a CVT powertrain.
- No. of pages: 208
- Language: English
- Copyright: © Woodhead Publishing 2006
- Published: June 12, 2006
- Imprint: Woodhead Publishing
- eBook ISBN: 9781845692032
About the Author
Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Aut IMechE
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