International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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M.Tech / M.E / PhD Thesis | Mechanical Engineering | India | Volume 8 Issue 7, July 2019


Study and Development of Hybrid Vehicle

Prasad Satish Divekar [3] | Dr. Thippeswamy Ekbote [3]


Abstract: Growing concerns over the limited supply of fossil-based fuels are motivating intense activity in the search for alternative road transportation propulsion systems. In addition, regulatory pressures to reduce urban pollution, CO2 emissions and city noise have made plug-in electric vehicles a very attractive choice as the alternative to the internal combustion engine. With the invention of Internal Combustion Engine by Nicolas Otto, there was revolution in Automobile field. Later on, Petrol and Diesel became the main source of fuel for these vehicles. This technology made Human Efforts very easy through commercializing in the market. As, the world went through 20th Century, there happened many advancements for making this technology efficient and cost-effective. Due, to which it became the commercial success and its use in the day to day period increased. People could reach thousands of kilometers / miles in hours with the help of this technology. In this paper, hybrid vehicle technology has been analyzed, with Power split configuration having internal combustion engine and battery as the power source. Initially the analysis of hybrid electric vehicle performance is done with battery of higher amp-hr capacity. In advanced state the converter circuit is implemented to reduce the battery rating. Different cases have been observed with different charging and discharging circuitry of battery. Hybrid electric vehicles are admired because of their ability to achieve related performance to a standard automobile while prominently improving fuel efficiency and tailpipe emissions.


Keywords: Hybrid Vehicle, ICE, Electrical Motor Vehicle


Edition: Volume 8 Issue 7, July 2019,


Pages: 519 - 523


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