Entwicklung einer Betriebsstrategie zur Energierückgewinnung in hybriden Mehrverbrauchersystemen

Energy management strategies are developed for hybrid drive systems in which multiple actuators are interacting with an accumulator. The strategies are derived using a universal approach for efficiency assessment of control decisions. Therefore the accumulator’s power flow is weighted by its impact...

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Main Author: Nagel, Philip
Format: eBook
Published: KIT Scientific Publishing 2016
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520 |a Energy management strategies are developed for hybrid drive systems in which multiple actuators are interacting with an accumulator. The strategies are derived using a universal approach for efficiency assessment of control decisions. Therefore the accumulator’s power flow is weighted by its impact onto the internal combustion engine. Experimental studies with a telescopic handler show up to 10% of measured fuel savings.