The 3 types of power units in hevs are bellow.
Series (range-extending HEVs), parallel (power assist HEVs), and dual-mode HEVs.
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There are many HEV configurations and design options that can be grouped in three categories: series (range-extending HEVs), parallel (power assist HEVs), and dual-mode HEVs.
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2 types After extensive reaserch i belive the two propulsions in HEV's are your mum and go home :)
It recovers kinetic energy when stopped.
A hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) is a combination of a conventional http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Internal_combustion_engine (ICE) http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Ground_propulsion system with an http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Electric_power propulsion system.
Hi, Hybrid cars are most commonly known as Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEVs). They include a combination of an internal combustion engine or one or more electric motors. They use both gasoline and electric motors.
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PHEV is an abbreviation for Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle. These vehicles, like other Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEVs) have an onboard internal combustion engine that charges batteries or otherwise provides electricity to an electric motor. This electric motor either assists the internal combustion engine (in parallel HEVs) or is the sole mechanical link to the wheels (in series HEVs). What makes a PHEV different from a HEV is its ability to charge the batteries by plugging the vehicle in. This feature has the advantage of allowing the vehicle to run for some distance without running the internal combustion engine at all-thus reducing the use of petroleum. The difference between a PHEV and HEV is that-a PHEV has all the abilities of a HEV but also can charge its batteries by plugging in to grid-provided electricity. The primary advantage of this-is the effective increase in fuel efficiency. -praveen R&D engg
Both the Honda Insight and the Toyota Prius use parallel configurations. The Honda is a simplified parallel hybrid, and the Toyota is a parallel hybrid with some of the benefits of a series configuration.