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Second Generation Hybrid System Design for Reduced CO2


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Brace, C., Akehurst, S. and Plummer, A., 2012. Second Generation Hybrid System Design for Reduced CO2. University of Bath.

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Abstract

A project involving a jointly staffed, integrated project team based at Bath to redesign the second generation of Ashwood Automotive’s existing hybrid systems for diesel vans. The aim is to reduce the cost of the hybrid product so that it is suitable for the mass market and reduce carbon emissions. Building on our Bath's expertise in powertrain systems and CO2 reduction, this project aims to combine Bath's expertise with Ashwood's hybrid product and design expertise.

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Item Type Other
CreatorsBrace, C., Akehurst, S. and Plummer, A.
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DepartmentsFaculty of Engineering & Design > Mechanical Engineering
Research CentresPowertrain & Vehicle Research Centre
Centre for Power Transmission & Motion Control
StatusPublished
ID Code32946
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