This paper is an attempt to look into the various factors affecting design of series Hybrid Electric Vehicle on a typical drive cycle.
But the performance of automobiles depends not only on the vehicle drive train alone, but also on driving patterns such as journey type, driving behavior, etc. Moreover while designing an HEV configuration, the commonly constraints imposed on optimizing critical component selection are: vehicle range, acceleration, maximum speed, and road grades. This paper is an attempt to look into the various factors affecting design of series Hybrid Electric Vehicle on a typical drive cycle.
modular design, while high energy density – appropriate. range of the rail vehicle. Examples of such Hitachi battery. Energy storage technologies and hybrid architectures for specific diesel-driven rail duty cycles: Design and system integration aspects. solutions are shown in Table 1. Table. 1. Battery configurations in applications for hybrid drive of rail. vehicles Energy storage technologies and hybrid architectures for specific diesel-driven rail duty cycles: Design and system integration aspects.
Part of the Green Energy and Technology book series (GREEN). In this chapter, readers can find a description of the design process and considerations that architects and engineers need to take when designing an intelligent envelope. The process is based, among others, on climate and location requirements. Passive and active strategies are contrasted.
This text analyzes rail vehicle design issues and dynamic responses, describes the design and features of rail vehicles, and introduces methods that address the operational conditions of this complex system. Progresses from Basic Concepts and Terminology to Detailed Explanations and Techniques. Focused on both non-powered and powered rail vehicles-freight and passenger rolling stock, locomotives, and self-powered vehicles used for public transport-this book introduces the problems involved in designing and modeling all types of rail vehicles
6 Design Considerations Common to Curves with and without Switches Curve Geometry When a gantry . See Figure 8. The rotational switch pivots about one end on a series of ultra high molecular weight polyurethane pads.
6 Design Considerations Common to Curves with and without Switches Curve Geometry When a gantry crane travels on parallel or circular rails, the leading and following main equalizer pins will follow identical paths. But when a crane makes a transition from a set of parallel rails to a set of curved rails, the leading and following equalizer paths will not be identical. Engaged Unengaged Figure 8 Rotational Switch The Frog A frog is required where rails cross one another. To permit crossing, the head of the intersecting rails cannot exist at the crossing.
H. E. Friedrich, Energy reduction of railway vehicles by light weight design.
Energy is transferred from two tracks of rail in the road via a movable arm attached to the bottom of a vehicle. This article is part of a series on possible solutions to some of the world’s most stubborn problems
Energy is transferred from two tracks of rail in the road via a movable arm attached to the bottom of a vehicle. The design is not dissimilar to that of a Scalextric track, although should the vehicle overtake, the arm is automatically disconnected. This article is part of a series on possible solutions to some of the world’s most stubborn problems.
2 Renewable energy design considerations ABB. Introduction. Since most collector systems for renewable energy generation are cable systems, lightning has not been a major problem. Renewable projects are usually connected to overhead transmission lines through a power transformer in a substation, but if the substation has proper surge protec-tion these surges do not results in any significant TOVs on the collector systems. ABB Renewable energy design considerations 3.
Determination of the fastest rail vehicle in the world varies depending on the definition of "rail". Proceedings of the American Railway Engineering Association. Retrieved 2010-09-11. The fastest manned rail vehicle was a manned rocket sled, which carried USAF Colonel John Stapp at 1,017 km/h (632 mph). Unmanned rocket sleds that ride on rails have reached over 10,400 km/h (6,460 mph), equivalent to Mach . YouTube Encyclopedic.
One major design consideration of rigid pavements is reducing fatigue failure due to the repeated stresses of traffic. Fatigue failure is common among major roads because a typical highway will experience millions of wheel passes throughout its service life.