hybrid systems

hybrid systems

A method that uses two or more distinct power sources to run a device, such as an on-board rechargeable energy storage system with a fueled power source internal combustion engine or fuel cell, air and internal combustion engines, and photovoltaic modules and wind turbines with electric power. See also: Energy
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The automaker is plans to extend the system's use on its larger model lines, according to Alexander Kruse, the automaker's head of mild hybrid systems.
Both partners through this cooperation want to make use of their own competencies with the intention of becoming one of the market-leading providers of diesel-photovoltaic hybrid systems.
Hybrid systems are dynamical systems with interactions of both continuous and discrete dynamics [1].
com)-- Odyne Systems, LLC, a leading manufacturer of plug-in hybrid systems for medium and heavy duty work trucks, has received an exemption from Section 27156 of the California Vehicle Code and was issued Executive Order no.
Their topics include advanced Lyapunov functions for Lur'e systems, the stabilization of persistently excited linear systems, the hybrid coordination of flow networks, exponential stability for hybrid systems with saturations, and reference mirroring for control with impacts.
The order comprises hybrid systems for four RoRo vessels (ships with built-in ramps that allow the cargo to be efficiently rolled on and off the vessel when in port).
Saft, the world's leading designer and manufacturer of advanced technology batteries for industry, has been awarded a contract by MJ EcoPower Hybrid Systems to supply leading-edge lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries for four new hybrid-powered mobile RTG (rubber tyred gantry) cranes serving Houston Harbour in the US state of Texas.
Toyota said that as a result of their feasibility study, "we have agreed to develop hybrid systems individually.
3) SPORT HYBRID is the collective name for Honda's newly developed advanced hybrid systems that adopt Earth Dreams Technology.
of California-Santa Barbara) formulate a mathematical model of such a hybrid system, unify numerous results from stability theory for classical nonlinear dynamic systems, generalize them to the hybrid systems setting, and show how this is made easier because a hybrid system's solution is reasonably dependent on initial conditions and the system's insensitivity to perturbations.
Energy from fuels and hybrid systems will be relatively easy to quantify, and manufacturers will be free to bring whatever technical solutions they believe will help them to hit the European CO2 targets set for new passenger cars in 2020 and 2025.
Handbook of hybrid systems control; theory, tools, applications.