An assessment of ultra-capacitors as the power cache in Toyota THS-II, GM-Allision AHS-2 and Ford FHS hybrid propulsion systems

@article{Miller2005AnAO,
  title={An assessment of ultra-capacitors as the power cache in Toyota THS-II, GM-Allision AHS-2 and Ford FHS hybrid propulsion systems},
  author={J. Miller and Michael Everett},
  journal={Twentieth Annual IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition, 2005. APEC 2005.},
  year={2005},
  volume={1},
  pages={481-490 Vol. 1}
}
In this paper a brief history of the development paths leading to power split concepts is given. The power split architecture is used as the comparison platform because the global OEM's have converged to the electronic CVT in two different configurations, Toyota and Ford to the single epicyclic gear set, THS and FHS respectively and GM-Allison to the dual epicyclic gear set, AHS designs, each requiring a pair of electric motor-generators in order to deliver their intended function. The power… CONTINUE READING

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