Design, Fabrication, and Testing of the INSTAR [INertial STorage And Recovery] System: A Flywheel-based, High Power Energy Storage System for Improved Hybrid Vehicle Fuel Efficiency

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
Talancon, Daniel Raul;
(2015)
  • Publisher: eScholarship, University of California
  • Subject: Engineering | Automotive engineering | Energy | Battery | Energy Storage | Flywheel | Hybrid Vehicle | Lithium-Ion | Regenerative Braking

This thesis describes the development of the INSTAR system: a high-power, cost-effective energy storage system designed to improve HEV regenerative braking capabilities by combining chemical batteries with an electromechanical flywheel. This combination allows the regen... View more
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