Technical Analysis of the 1994 HEV Challenge

Paper #:
  • 950176

Published:
  • 1995-02-01
Citation:
LeBlanc, N., Duoba, M., Quong, S., Larsen, R. et al., "Technical Analysis of the 1994 HEV Challenge," SAE Technical Paper 950176, 1995, https://doi.org/10.4271/950176.
Pages:
13
Abstract:
The 1994 Hybrid Electric Vehicle Challenge provided the backdrop for collecting data and developing testing procedures for hybrid electric vehicle technology available at colleges and universities across North America. The data collected at the competition was analyzed using the HEV definitions from the draft SAE J1711 guidelines. The energy economy, percentage of electrical to total energy used, and acceleration performance was analyzed for any correlation between the over-the-road data and the commuter-sustaining, commuter-depleting, and reserve-sustaining hybrid vehicles.The analysis did not provide any direct correlation between over-the-road data and the three hybrid types. The analysis did show that the vehicle configurations provide the best information on vehicle performance. It was also clear that a comprehensive data analysis system along with a well-defined testing procedure would allow for a more complete analysis of the data.
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