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Reducing Noise and Vibration of Hydraulic Hybrid and Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles : Phase II, Final Report
  • Published Date:
    2010-03-01
  • Language:
    English
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  • OCLC Number:
    727362422
  • Edition:
    Phase II final report.
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  • Abstract:
    The University of Toledo University Transportation Center (UT-UTC) has identified hybrid vehicles as one of the three areas of the research. The activities proposed in this research proposal are directed towards the noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH) solutions for hybrid vehicles. The soaring fuel prices require imperious steps in developing alternate propulsion technologies. The design and development of hybrid vehicles is a critical issue for an economy dependent on an efficient, fast, and secure transportation system. To date, better fuel economy has been mainly achieved by combining two propulsion sources (hybridization) and/or by developing better managing algorithms for the internal combustion engines. Examples for the hybridization are the plug-in hybrid electric and the hydraulic-hybrid vehicles. An example of managing internal combustion engines is the cylinder on demand as a solution that Honda has recently introduced. One common problem with these solutions is excessive noise and vibration that is caused by switching between the propulsion sources and propulsion modes. To mitigate this problem there is a need to develop vibration isolation devices that can provide isolation over a wide range of frequencies. This proposal seeks to study the NVH problem of the hybrid vehicles and to introduce isolation mounts to overcome these issues.

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