HYBRID.pptx - SWAMI PARMANAND COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY On Partial Fulfillment Of Seventh Semester EEE BRANCH Submitted To:Er Kapil Sethi H.O.D

HYBRID.pptx - SWAMI PARMANAND COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING...

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SWAMI PARMANAND COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY On Partial Fulfillment Of Seventh Semester EEE BRANCH Submitted To:- Submitted By:- Er. Kapil Sethi Mukesh Kumar H.O.D of E.E.E Deptt. Roll No:-1514763 Sem. EEE Branch/ 7 th
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A hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) augments an electric vehicle (EV) with a second source of power referred to as the alternative power unit (APU). A hybrid can achieve the cruising range and performance advantages of conventional vehicles with the low- noise, low-exhaust emissions, and energy independence benefits of electric vehicles Accordingly, the hybrid concept, where the alternative power unit is used as a second source of energy, is gaining 3
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Any vehicle that combines 2 or more sources of power is said to be hybrid. For example, a moped (a motorized pedal bike), diesel-electric hybrid locomotives Relies not only on batteries but also on an internal combustion engine which drives a generator to provide electricity and may also drive a wheel. Alternative power unit to supply the power required by the vehicle, to recharge the batteries, and to power accessories like the air conditioner and heater. 4
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Two types of hybrid vehicle configurations Parallel Hybrids Series Hybrids 5
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Fuel tank, which supplies gasoline to the engine. Set of batteries that supplies power to an electric motor. Both the engine and the electric motor can turn the transmission at the same time, and the transmission then turns the wheels. 6
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When the APU is off, the parallel hybrid runs like an electric vehicle When the APU is on, the controller divides energy between the drive train (propulsion) and the batteries (energy storage). Under acceleration, more power is allocated to the drive train than to the batteries. During periods of idle or low speeds, more power goes to the batteries than the drive train. The batteries also provide additional power to the drive train when the APU is not producing enough and also to power auxiliary systems such as the air conditioner and heater. 7
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Similar to an electric vehicle with an on- board generator The vehicle runs on battery power like a pure electric vehicle until the batteries reach a predetermined discharged level.
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  • Vishal Anand

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