IPDS 2006 Integrated Powertrain and Driveline Systems 2006 - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9781845691974, 9781845692032

IPDS 2006 Integrated Powertrain and Driveline Systems 2006

1st Edition

eBook ISBN: 9781845692032
Paperback ISBN: 9781845691974
Imprint: Woodhead Publishing
Published Date: 12th June 2006
Page Count: 208
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Description

The holistic view of powertrain development that includes engine, transmission and driveline is now well accepted. Current trends indicate an increasing range of engines and transmissions in the future with, consequently, a greater diversity of combinations. Coupled with the increasing introduction of hybrid vehicles, the scope for research, novel developments and new products is clear. This volume presents a collection of papers from the Institution of Mechanical Engineers Conference Integrated Powertrain and Driveline Systems 2006 (IPDS 2006) organised by the IMechE Automobile Division. Main themes include transmissions; concept to market evolution; powertrain integration; and engine integration. Novel concepts relating, for example, to continuously variable transmissions (CVTs) and hybridization are discussed, as well as approaches to modelling and simulation.

Key Features

  • The main themes include transmissions, concept to market evolution and powertrain evolution
  • Diiscusses concepts relating to continuously variable transmissions and hybridization

Readership

Mechanical engineers

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.

Details

No. of pages:
208
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Woodhead Publishing 2006
Published:
Imprint:
Woodhead Publishing
eBook ISBN:
9781845692032
Paperback ISBN:
9781845691974

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