PERFORMANCE DRIVE TRAIN SISTEM HYBRID PADA KENDARAAN GOKART

Journal Knowledge Industrial Engineering (JKIE)

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Title PERFORMANCE DRIVE TRAIN SISTEM HYBRID PADA KENDARAAN GOKART
 
Creator Dono Saputro, Prasetyo
 
Subject acceleration
drive train design
torque
traction
 
Description Drive train (power transfer) is a mechanism that removes the power generated by the engine to drive the wheels of vehicle. Transmission system is one important component in the drive train, whose main function is to channel out of the engine torque to the drive wheel. Transmission system is divided into 3 kinds: manual gear transmission, transmission hydrodinamik, and continuously variable transmission (cvt). And transmission used in ic engines hybrid go-kart is a CVT. In the design of hybrid drive train system on go-kart vehicles produce an analysis of torque, traction, and speed, are able to produce hybrid vehicles go-kart. And obtained τmax = 144,79 (N.m) , τmin = 1,38(N.m), Ftraksi max = 723,94(N), F traksi min = 6,89 (N) , Pmax = 2312,6 watt , Pmin = 74,6 watt, α max = 6,07 (m/s2) , α min = 0,02 (m/s2), on Yamaha AL115S(5TL3) engine, while in DC motor obtained by τmax = 14,25 (N.m) , τmin = 6,72 (N.m), Ftraksi max = 71,27(N), F traksi min = 33,58 (N) , α max = 1,14 (m/s2) , α min = 0,53 (m/s2).
 
Publisher Department of Industrial Engineering - Universitas Yudharta Pasuruan
 
Date 2020-06-09
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://jurnal.yudharta.ac.id/v2/index.php/jkie/article/view/2098
10.35891/jkie.v6i3.2098
 
Source 2541-4461
2460-0113
10.35891/jkie.v10i3
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://jurnal.yudharta.ac.id/v2/index.php/jkie/article/view/2098/1552
 
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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0
 

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