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System design and dynamometer verification of electronically controlled parallel hybrid motorcycle system
Parallel-serial hybrid scooter
Rule Based control
The vehicle discussed in the study focuse on the electronically controlled parallel hybrid motorcycle. It consists of the carburetor engine of YAMAHA Cygnus one and wheel motor of EVT technology. This kind of vehicle achieved a blance between hybrid vehicles. One is the structures of the machine and the other one is the structures of electric control. The former are wheel motor, stieber, and adjustable exhaust pipe and the latter are handlebars, rapid prototyping controllers, a stepper motor, and electronic instruments. The system established electronically controlled handlebars as the beginning of input. According to the command of the voltage of electronically controlled handlebars, it could deliver each operation to the rapid prototyping controllers. Then, through VCU control strategy, it outputs the power to the stepper motor, then launches the relay and wheel motor, so that the vehicle is capable of finishing pure electronic mode and the rule based control of VCU control strategy of hybrid mode and the integrations of software and hardware. The end result is examined by dynamic testing so as to test and the movement of vehicles of type of ECE-40 through chassis dynamometer and the monitor of industrial waste gas. It detected electronic, engine and hybrid mode. The results of the test were the single-trip energy consumption of hybrid mode output, which was 1549.550KJ, superior to the performance of traditional gasoline engine. The improvements not only hold the advantage of its competitive power output but also feature the energy-saving nature of electric vehicles. It also makes a contribution to solving the problems caused by idling stop as well.
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