Optimal parameters design method for power reflux hydro-mechanical transmission system

To ensure the starting torque ratio while improving the efficiency of the automatic transmission system, a power reflux hydro-mechanical transmission system which consists of a torque converter, a planetary gear, and two gearboxes is proposed. First, the properties of the speed ratio, torque ratio, efficiency, and capacity in the power reflux hydro-mechanical transmission system are modeled. Then, the non-dominated sorting genetic algorithm II is used to optimize the structural parameter of the planetary gear and the speed ratio of the gearbox T1, with the speed ratio width in the high-efficiency area, efficiency, and power performance acting as target functions. Moreover, the method of selecting the specific torque converter for the power reflux hydro-mechanical transmission system is proposed. Results show that the starting torque ratio of the power reflux hydro-mechanical transmission system increases to 4.87 and the equivalent efficiency in high-efficiency area of the power reflux hydro-mechanical transmission system reaches to 90.87%. Therefore, the power reflux hydro-mechanical transmission system can reach higher efficiency while ensuring the starting torque ratio compared with hydro-mechanical power split transmission, which can significantly reduce fuel consumption once applied to the construction vehicle.

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  • Accession Number: 01695297
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Jan 30 2019 9:57AM