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100 1  Khajepour, Amir.|0
245 10 Electric and hybrid vehicles :|btechnologies, modeling, 
       and control : a mechatronic approach /|cAmir Khajepour, M.
       Saber Fallah, Avesta Goodarzi.|h[O'Reilly electronic 
264  1 Chichester, West Sussex, United Kingdom :|bWiley,|c2014. 
300    1 online resource 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 00 |gMachine generated contents note:|g1.|tIntroduction to 
       Vehicle Propulsion and Powertrain Technologies --|g1.1.
       |tHistory of Vehicle Development --|g1.2.|tInternal 
       Combustion Engine Vehicles (ICEVs) --|g1.2.1.|tThe Four-
       Stroke Gasoline Engine --|g1.2.2.|tThe Four-Stroke Diesel 
       Engine --|g1.2.3.|tICE Performance Characteristics --
       |g1.2.4.|tICE Vehicle Emissions --|g1.3.|tVehicle Emission
       Control Technologies --|g1.3.1.|tAdvanced Engine Design --
       |g1.3.2.|tCatalytic Converters --|g1.3.3.|tThe Diesel 
       Particulate Filter (DPF) --|g1.3.4.|tExhaust Gas 
       Recirculation (EGR) --|g1.3.5.|tCrankcase Emission Control
       System --|g1.4.|tVehicles with Alternative Fuels --
       |g1.4.1.|tNatural Gas Vehicles (NGVs) --|g1.4.2.
       |tLiquefied Petroleum Gas Vehicles (LPGVs) --|g1.4.3.
       |tBiodiesel --|g1.4.4.|tHydrogen --|g1.5.|tPowertrain 
       Technologies --|g1.5.1.|tRear-Wheel Drive Powertrains --
       |g1.5.2.|tFront-Wheel Drive (FWD) Powertrains --|g1.5.3.
       |tMulti-Wheel Drive Powertrains --|g1.6.|tTransmission 
       Systems --|g1.6.1.|tManual Transmission/Transaxle Systems 
       --|g1.6.2.|tAutomatic Transmission/Transaxle Systems --
       |g1.6.3.|tAutomated Manual Transmissions (AMTs) --|g1.6.4.
       |tContinuous Variable Transmissions (CVTs) --|g1.7.
       |tDrivetrain and Differentials --|g1.7.1.|tOpen 
       Differentials --|g1.7.2.|tLimited Slip Differentials --
       |g1.7.3.|tLocking Differentials --|g1.7.4.|tTransfer Case 
       Differentials --|tProblems --|tReferences --|g2.|tElectric
       and Hybrid Powertrain Technologies --|g2.1.|tIntroduction 
       --|g2.2.|tBattery Electric Vehicles (BEVs) --|g2.2.1.|tThe
       BEV Powertrain Configuration --|g2.2.2.|tElectric Traction
       Motors --|g2.2.3.|tEnergy Sources and Storages --|g2.2.4.
       |tPower Electronic Converters --|g2.2.5.|tPower Bus --
       |g2.2.6.|tRegenerative Braking System --|g2.3.|tFuel-Cell 
       Electric Vehicles (FCEVs) --|g2.3.1.|tFuel-Cell 
       Technologies --|g2.4.|tHybrid Electric Vehicles --|g2.4.1.
       |tDegree of Hybridization --|g2.4.2.|tParallel Hybrid 
       Configuration --|g2.4.3.|tSeries Hybrid Configuration --
       |g2.4.4.|tPower-Split Configuration --|g2.4.5.|tCompound 
       Hybrid Configuration --|g2.5.|tPlug-in Hybrid Electric 
       Vehicles (PHEVs) --|g2.6.|tHybrid Hydraulic Vehicles 
       (HHVs) --|g2.7.|tPneumatic Hybrid Vehicles (PHVs) --|g2.8.
       |tPower/Energy Management Systems --|g2.9.|tSummary --
       |tProblems --|tReferences --|g3.|tBody and Chassis 
       Technologies and Design --|g3.1.|tIntroduction --|g3.2.
       |tGeneral Configuration of Automobiles --|g3.3.|tBody and 
       Chassis Fundamentals --|g3.3.1.|tGeneral Packaging --
       |g3.3.2.|tDesign Criteria --|g3.3.3.|tDesign Loads --
       |g3.4.|tDifferent Types of Structural Systems --|g3.4.1.
       |tBody-on-Frame Construction --|g3.4.2.|tBackbone 
       Construction --|g3.4.3.|tSpace Frame Construction --
       |g3.4.4.|tUnibody Construction --|g3.5.|tBody and Chassis 
       Materials --|g3.5.1.|tLow Carbon Steel --|g3.5.2.
       |tAdvanced High Strength Steels --|g3.5.3.|tNonferrous 
       Metals --|g3.5.4.|tNonmetallic Materials --|g3.5.5.|tMulti
       -Material Approach in Car Body Design --|g3.6.|tSpecific 
       Considerations in Body and Chassis Design of Electric and 
       Hybrid Electric Vehicles --|g3.6.1.|tPackaging --|g3.6.2.
       |tMaterial Selection --|g3.6.3.|tAerodynamics --|g3.7.
       |tThe Chassis Systems of Electric and Hybrid Electric 
       Vehicles --|g3.7.1.|tThe Suspension System --|g3.7.2.|tThe
       Steering System --|g3.7.3.|tThe Braking System --
       |tProblems --|tReferences --|g4.|tVehicle Dynamics 
       Fundamentals --|g4.1.|tIntroduction --|g4.2.|tConcepts and
       Terminology --|g4.2.1.|tEvaluation Criteria for Vehicle 
       Dynamics --|g4.2.2.|tWeights and Dimensions --|g4.3.
       |tVehicle Kinematics --|g4.3.1.|tVehicle Coordinate 
       Systems --|g4.3.2.|tVehicle Motions --|g4.3.3.
       |tLongitudinal and Lateral Slips --|g4.3.4.|tPlanar 
       Vehicle Kinematics --|g4.3.5.|tThree-Dimensional Vehicle 
       Kinematics --|g4.3.6.|tVehicle Forces and Moments --|g4.4.
       |tTire Mechanics and Modeling --|g4.4.1.|tTire 
       Characteristic Curves --|g4.4.2.|tTire Models --|g4.4.3.
       |tThe Magic Formula (FM) Tire Model --|tProblem --
       |tReferences --|g5.|tModelling and Characteristics of EV/
       HEV Powertrains Components --|g5.1.|tIntroduction --|g5.2.
       |tICE Performance Characteristics --|g5.2.1.|tPower and 
       Torque Generation --|g5.2.2.|tMean Effective Pressure --
       |g5.2.3.|tSpecific Fuel Consumption --|g5.2.4.|tFuel 
       Conversion Efficiency --|g5.2.5.|tMechanical Efficiency --
       |g5.2.6.|tAir -- Fuel Ratio --|g5.2.7.|tVolumetric 
       Efficiency --|g5.2.8.|tCompression Ratio --|g5.2.9.
       |tSpecific Emissions --|g5.2.10.|tRelationships between 
       ICE Performance Characteristics --|g5.3.|tElectric Motor 
       Performance Characteristics --|g5.3.1.|tPower and Torque 
       Generation --|g5.3.2.|tEfficiency --|g5.3.3.|tDC Motors --
       |g5.3.4.|tInduction AC Motors --|g5.3.5.|tSteady-State 
       Performance Analysis --|g5.3.6.|tPermanent-Magnet AC 
       Motors --|g5.4.|tBattery Performance Characteristics --
       |g5.4.1.|tBattery Capacity --|g5.4.2.|tOpen Circuit and 
       Terminal Voltages --|g5.4.3.|tCharge/Discharge Rate --
       |g5.4.4.|tState of Charge/Discharge --|g5.4.5.|tDepth of 
       Discharge --|g5.4.6.|tBattery Energy Density and Specific 
       Energy --|g5.4.7.|tBattery Power Density and Specific 
       Power --|g5.4.8.|tBattery Efficiency --|g5.5.
       |tTransmission and Drivetrain Characteristics --|g5.5.1.
       |tGearboxes --|g5.5.2.|tPlanetary Gear Set --|g5.5.3.|tV-
       Belt CVTs --|g5.5.4.|tDriveline Losses --|g5.6.
       |tRegenerative Braking Characteristics --|g5.7.|tDriving 
       Cycles --|g5.7.1.|tEPA Driving Cycles --|g5.7.2.|tThe 
       European NEDC --|g5.7.3.|tThe Japan 10 -- 15 Mode --
       |tProblems --|tReferences --|g6.|tModeling and Analysis of
       Electric and Hybrid Electric Vehicles' Propulsion and 
       Braking --|g6.1.|tIntroduction --|g6.2.|tThe Longitudinal 
       Dynamics Equation of Motion --|g6.3.|tVehicle Propulsion 
       Modeling and Analysis --|g6.3.1.|tInternal Combustion 
       Engine Vehicles --|g6.3.2.|tElectric Vehicles --|g6.3.3.
       |tHybrid Electric Vehicles --|g6.4.|tVehicle Braking 
       Modeling and Analysis --|tProblems --|g7.|tHandling 
       Analysis of Electric and Hybrid Electric Vehicles --|g7.1.
       |tIntroduction --|g7.2.|tSimplified Handling Models --
       |g7.2.1.|tSingle Track Linear Handling Model --|g7.2.2.
       |tAnalytical Handling Analysis --|g7.2.3.|tRoll and Pitch 
       Dynamics Models --|g7.3.|tComprehensive Handling Model of 
       EVs and HEVs --|g7.3.1.|tVehicle Kinetics Model --|g7.3.2.
       |tThe Tire Model --|g7.3.3.|tPowertrain and Wheel Dynamics
       Model --|g7.3.4.|tSimulation Study --|tProblems --
       |tReferences --|g8.|tEnergy/Power Allocation and 
       Management --|g8.1.|tIntroduction --|g8.2.|tPower/Energy 
       Management Controllers --|g8.3.|tRule-Based Control 
       Strategies --|g8.3.1.|tDeterministic Rule-Based Control 
       Strategies --|g8.3.2.|tFuzzy-Rule-Based Control Strategies
       --|g8.3.3.|tRule-Based Control Strategies for PHEVs --
       |g8.4.|tOptimization-Based Control Strategies --|g8.4.1.
       |tOptimization Problem Formulation --|g8.4.2.|tGlobal 
       Energy/Power Management Optimization --|g8.4.3.|tReal-Time
       Energy/Power Management Optimization --|g8.4.4.
       |tOptimization Techniques --|tReferences --|g9.|tControl 
       of Electric and Hybrid Electric Vehicle Dynamics --|g9.1.
       |tIntroduction --|g9.2.|tFundamentals of Vehicle Dynamic 
       Control (VDC) Systems --|g9.2.1.|tDriver, Vehicle, and 
       Environment --|g9.2.2.|tWorking Principle of VDC systems -
       -|g9.2.3.|tVDC Systems Classification --|g9.3.|tVDC 
       Implementation on Electric and Hybrid Vehicles --|g9.3.1.
       |tStructure of the Control System --|g9.3.2.|tControl 
       System Design --|g9.3.3.|tSimulation Study --|tProblems --
520    "An advanced level introductory book covering fundamental 
       aspects, design and dynamics of electric and hybrid 
       electric vehiclesThere is significant demand for an 
       understanding of the fundamentals, technologies, and 
       design of electric and hybrid electric vehicles and their 
       components from researchers, engineers, and graduate 
       students. Although there is a good body of work in the 
       literature, there is still a great need for electric and 
       hybrid vehicle teaching materials. Electric and Hybrid 
       Vehicles: Technologies, Modeling and Control - A 
       Mechatronic Approach is based on the authors' current 
       research in vehicle systems and will include chapters on 
       vehicle propulsion systems, the fundamentals of vehicle 
       dynamics, EV and HEV technologies, chassis systems, 
       steering control systems, and state, parameter and force 
       estimations. The book is highly illustrated, and examples 
       will be given throughout the book based on real 
       applications and challenges in the automotive industry. 
       Designed to help a new generation of engineers needing to 
       master the principles of and further advances in hybrid 
       vehicle technology Includes examples of real applications 
       and challenges in the automotive industry with problems 
       and solutions Takes a mechatronics approach to the study 
       of electric and hybrid electric vehicles, appealing to 
       mechanical and electrical engineering interests Responds 
       to the increase in demand of universities offering courses
       in newer electric vehicle technologies "--|cProvided by 
520    "Designed to help a new generation of engineers needing to
       master the principles of and further advances in hybrid 
       vehicle technology"--|cProvided by publisher. 
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650  7 Automotive Engineering.|2hilcc 
655  0 Electronic books. 
655  4 Electronic books. 
700 1  Fallah, M. Saber. 
700 1  Goodarzi, Avesta. 
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       vehicles.|dChichester, West Sussex, United Kingdom : John 
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