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Crank Train Concept Design of an In-Line Two-Cylinder Range Extender Engine

DRÁPAL, L. VOPAŘIL, J.

Originální název

Crank Train Concept Design of an In-Line Two-Cylinder Range Extender Engine

Anglický název

Crank Train Concept Design of an In-Line Two-Cylinder Range Extender Engine

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en

Originální abstrakt

A range extender engine seems to be the suitable solution to meet future requirements for CO2 emissions of passenger vehicles and simultaneous demands on an electric vehicle operating range, if acceptable weight of a vehicle powertrain should be kept. The paper presents crank train concept design of a spark-ignition in-line two-cylinder range extender engine derived from a three-cylinder engine which is manufactured by the ŠKODA AUTO Company. The motivation for the range extender engine utilization is mentioned as well as power requirements of a drive unit. Special attention is paid to the crank train dynamics and its balancing in particular and six variants of the crank train arrangement are designed and compared by virtue of this criterion.

Anglický abstrakt

A range extender engine seems to be the suitable solution to meet future requirements for CO2 emissions of passenger vehicles and simultaneous demands on an electric vehicle operating range, if acceptable weight of a vehicle powertrain should be kept. The paper presents crank train concept design of a spark-ignition in-line two-cylinder range extender engine derived from a three-cylinder engine which is manufactured by the ŠKODA AUTO Company. The motivation for the range extender engine utilization is mentioned as well as power requirements of a drive unit. Special attention is paid to the crank train dynamics and its balancing in particular and six variants of the crank train arrangement are designed and compared by virtue of this criterion.

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@inproceedings{BUT150501,
  author="Lubomír {Drápal} and Jan {Vopařil}",
  title="Crank Train Concept Design of an In-Line Two-Cylinder Range Extender Engine",
  annote="A range extender engine seems to be the suitable solution to meet future requirements for CO2 emissions of passenger vehicles and simultaneous demands on an electric vehicle operating range, if acceptable weight of a vehicle powertrain should be kept.
The paper presents crank train concept design of a spark-ignition in-line two-cylinder range extender engine derived from a three-cylinder engine which is manufactured by the ŠKODA AUTO Company. The motivation for the range extender engine utilization is mentioned as well as power requirements of a drive unit. Special attention is paid to the crank train dynamics and its balancing in particular and six variants of the crank train arrangement are designed and compared by virtue of this criterion.",
  address="Kaunas University of Technology",
  booktitle="Transport Means 2018 – Proceedings of the 22nd International Scientific Conference",
  chapter="150501",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Kaunas University of Technology",
  number="22",
  year="2018",
  month="october",
  pages="978--982",
  publisher="Kaunas University of Technology",
  type="conference paper"
}