publication . Other literature type . Article . 2010

An Efficient Energy Regeneration System for Diesel Engines

Ying HUANG; Fuyuan YANG; Minggao OUYANG; Lin CHEN; Guojing GAO; Yongsheng He;
Open Access English
  • Published: 24 Sep 2010 Journal: World Electric Vehicle Journal (issn: 2032-6653, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute
Abstract
In order to further improve the fuel economy of vehicles, an efficient energy regeneration system for diesel engines is designed and constructed. An additional automatic clutch is added between the engine and the motor in a conventional ISG (Integrated Starter and Generator) system. During regenerative braking, the clutch can be disengaged and the engine braking is avoided. Control strategy is redesigned to determine the braking torque distribution and coordinate all the components. The generated electricity is increased and the fuel economy is improved. An experiment is designed to test the performance of the new energy regeneration system, and the result shows...
Subjects
free text keywords: ISG, Regenerative Braking, Automatic Clutch, Control Strategy, Automotive Engineering, Electricity, business.industry, business, Efficient energy use, Clutch, Diesel fuel, Engine braking, Regenerative brake, Idle, Computer science, Fuel efficiency
Related Organizations

[1] Y.GAO, L.CHEN, M.EHSANI, Investigation of the effectiveness of regenerative braking for EV and HEV, SAE International SP-1466, 1999-01-2910.

[2] S.Tian, Optimal Control of ISG Hybrid System with Diesel Engines in Transient State, Tsinghua University, 2008

[3] G.Gao, Configuration Design and Control of Hybrid Power System in Hybrid Engine, Tsinghua University, 2009

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publication . Other literature type . Article . 2010

An Efficient Energy Regeneration System for Diesel Engines

Ying HUANG; Fuyuan YANG; Minggao OUYANG; Lin CHEN; Guojing GAO; Yongsheng He;