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    Title: 新型機車電子控制式無段變速器之設計與開發
    Authors: 鄒忠全
    Keywords: 無段變速器
    Continuously Variable Transmission
    Electronic Control
    Date: 2009-03-10
    Issue Date: 2009-08-14 22:34:56 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究主要目的是創新設計一組機車用電子控制式無段變速系統,以擺脫傳統CVT機構之減速比曲線無法隨需求而改變的限制。本文利用電腦軟體MATLAB/Simulink進行性能模擬與分析,根據所設計之電子控制式無段變速器進行追蹤CVT減速比曲線之模擬,再模擬分析作動器與整個傳動系統之時間常數(Time constant)與時間延遲(Time delay)以暸解此系統是否可以完成改變減速比之功能,最後再探討引擎分配至可動螺桿之扭力會造成的影響,並分析電子控制式無段變速器之加速性能。This research is mainly on the creative designing of electronically-controlled continuously variable transmission for motorcycles, and aim to get rid of the constant speed ratio curve restriction of the traditional CVT.The computer software MATLAB/Simulink is used in this thesis for analyzing the performance of the electronically controlled continuously variable transmission system. Speed ratio change curve of the original CVT system is simulated by using the ECVT system. Simulation for Time Constant and Time Delay of the ECVT system is also made for better understand the ability of the ECVT system. Power consumption of the ECVT system is evaluated prior to calculate the vehicle acceleration in order to analyze the performance of the transmission system.
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