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MOST CITED

Update: 2021-07-01

1. COMPUTER-AIDED MAINTENANCE AND RELIABILITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS FOR CONVEYOR BELTS
By: Mazurkiewicz, Dariusz

EKSPLOATACJA I NIEZAWODNOSC-MAINTENANCE AND RELIABILITY
Volume: 16   Issue: 3   Pages: 377-382   Published: 2014

Times Cited: 59
2. ON APPROACHES FOR NON-DIRECT DETERMINATION OF SYSTEM DETERIORATION
By: Valis, David; Koucky, Miroslav; Zak, Libor

EKSPLOATACJA I NIEZAWODNOSC-MAINTENANCE AND RELIABILITY
Volume 14, Issue: 1   Pages: 33-41   Published: 2012

Times Cited: 53
3. A NEW FAULT TREE ANALYSIS METHOD: FUZZY DYNAMIC FAULT TREE ANALYSIS
By: Li, Yan-Feng; Huang, Hong-Zhong; Liu, Yu; et al.

EKSPLOATACJA I NIEZAWODNOSC-MAINTENANCE AND RELIABILITY
Volume 14, Issue: 3 Pages: 208-214 Published: 2012

Times Cited: 51
4. INNOVATIVE METHODS OF NEURAL RECONSTRUCTION FOR TOMOGRAPHIC IMAGES IN MAINTENANCE OF TANK INDUSTRIAL REACTORS
By: Rymarczyk, Tomasz; Klosowski, Grzegorz

EKSPLOATACJA I NIEZAWODNOSC-MAINTENANCE AND RELIABILITY
Volume: 21 Issue: 2 Pages: 261-267 Published: 2019

Times Cited: 50
5. APPLICATION OF NEURAL RECONSTRUCTION OF TOMOGRAPHIC IMAGES IN THE PROBLEM OF RELIABILITY OF FLOOD PROTECTION FACILITIES
By: Rymarczyk, Tomasz; Klosowski, Grzegorz

EKSPLOATACJA I NIEZAWODNOSC-MAINTENANCE AND RELIABILITY
Volume: 20 Issue: 3 Pages: 425-434 Published: 2018

Times Cited: 45
6. ASSESSMENT MODEL OF CUTTING TOOL CONDITION FOR REAL-TIME SUPERVISION SYSTEM
By: Kozlowski, Edward; Mazurkiewicz, Dariusz; Zabinski, Tomasz; Prucnal, Slawomir; Sep, Jaroslaw

EKSPLOATACJA I NIEZAWODNOSC-MAINTENANCE AND RELIABILITY
Volume: 21 Issue: 4 Pages: 679-685 Published: 2019

Times Cited: 40
7. PREDICTING THE TOOL LIFE IN THE DRY MACHINING OF DUPLEX STAINLESS STEEL
By: Krolczyk, Grzegorz; Gajek, Maksymilian; Legutko, Stanislaw

EKSPLOATACJA I NIEZAWODNOSC-MAINTENANCE AND RELIABILITY
Volume: 15 Issue: 1 Pages: 62-65 Published: 2013

Times Cited: 39
8. MAINTENANCE DECISION MAKING BASED ON DIFFERENT TYPES OF DATA FUSION
By: Galar, Diego; Gustafson, Anna; Tormos, Bernardo; et al.
EKSPLOATACJA I NIEZAWODNOSC-MAINTENANCE AND RELIABILITY 
Volume 14, Issue: 2   Pages: 135-144   Published:2012

Times Cited: 38
9. TESTS OF EXTENDABILITY AND STRENGTH OF ADHESIVE-SEALED JOINTS IN THE CONTEXT OF DEVELOPING A COMPUTER SYSTEM FOR MONITORING THE CONDITION OF BELT JOINTS DURING CONVEYOR OPERATION
By: Mazurkiewicz, Dariusz

EKSPLOATACJA I NIEZAWODNOSC-MAINTENANCE AND RELIABILITY
Issue: 3 Pages: 34-39 Published: 2010

Times Cited: 37
10. RELIABILITY ANALYSIS OF RECONFIGURABLE MANUFACTURING SYSTEM STRUCTURES USING COMPUTER SIMULATION METHODS
By: Gola, Arkadiusz

EKSPLOATACJA I NIEZAWODNOSC-MAINTENANCE AND RELIABILITY
Volume 21, Issue: 1, Pages: 90-102, Published: 2019

Times Cited: 36

 

 



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hybrid drive

Eksploatacja elektrycznych układów napędowych pojazdów hybrydowych w zróżnicowanych warunkach ruchu

Pojazdy z napędem hybrydowym dzięki swojej konstrukcji, pozwalają na zwiększenie sprawności układu napędowego. Jednym z takich czynników jest stosowanie zwiększonego napięcia zasilającego silniki elektryczne w stosunku do napięcia zasilającego akumulator wysokonapięciowy. Napięcie akumulatora zostaje zwiększone kilkukrotnie w układzie inwertera (boost) w celu zwiększenia końcowej mocy elektrycznej doprowadzonej do silnika elektrycznego. W artykule przedstawiono możliwości wykorzystania takiego wzmocnienia napięcia w warunkach jazdy miejskiej i pozamiejskiej. W badaniach wykorzystano najnowsze generacje układów napędu hybrydowego równoległego w pojazdach Lexus NX 300h oraz Toyota RAV4 hybrid. Wykazano, że układ wzmocnienia napięcia w warunkach miejskich wykorzystany jest w około 30–40% dystansu (do 20% czasu jazdy). Wzmocnienie napięcia zasilającego maszyny elektryczne obu pojazdów wykorzystane jest w całym zakresie prędkości obrotowej tych maszyn przy dużych wartościach momentu obrotowego. Badania wykazały, że maksymalne wzmocnienie napięcia – około trzykrotne (do wartości 650 V) – występuje w zakresie maksymalnego momentu obrotowego silników elektrycznych i pozwala na ponad 2-krotne zwiększenie generowanego momentu obrotowego układu napędowego.

Operation of electric hybrid drive systems in varied driving conditions

Hybrid vehicles allow an increase in the powertrain efficiency thanks to their design. One such factor is the use of increased voltage supplying electric motors to the voltage supplying the high voltage battery. The battery voltage is increased several times in the inverter (boost) system to increase the final electric power supplied to the electric motor. The article presents the possibilities of using such a voltage boost in urban and non-urban driving conditions. The tests were performed on the latest generations of parallel hybrid drive systems in Lexus NX 300h and Toyota RAV4 hybrid vehicles. It has been shown that the boost system is used in about 30–40% of the urban drive distance (up to 20% of the driving time). The power supply voltage boost of the electric motors of both vehicles is used throughout the entire engine speed range of these machines at high torque values. Research has shown that the maximum voltage gain – approximately three times (up to 650 V) – is within the maximum torque range of the electric motors and allows for doubling the torque generated by the drive.

Cooperation of a PEM fuel cell and a NiMH battery at various states of its charge in a FCHEV drive

The development of electromobility is focused on the design and implementation of increasingly more effective electric drives. In such a system, apart from energy recovery, it is not possible to recharge the batteries while driving. Electric vehicles equipped with fuel cells and a battery (FCHEV – fuel cell hybrid electric vehicle) in a parallel configuration boast increased energy transfer capabilities. The article presents an energy flow analysis in a parallel hybrid drive system with fuel cells and a battery. The research was carried out on a 30 W vehicle made in 1:10 scale with a NiMH battery and a fuel cell with a proton exchange membrane (PEM). Increasing driving dynamics causes a 29% increase in energy consumption, 43.6% reduction of energy transfer from a fuel cell and a 23% increase of in the energy share intended for battery charging. Continuous operation of the system in full power mode ensures a much greater efficiency of energy transmission to the drive train (95%) compared to the system operating in dynamic driving conditions – 64–75%.


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