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Dimensionnement d'une propulsion hybride de voilier, basé sur la modélisation par les flux de puissance

Abstract : Nowadays, the ecological impacts are took into account by collective consciousness in all fields; in the manufacturing with the concern of the products end-of-life, in construction, or in transport. For this last context, oil is no more considered as the only energy source, and electric or even multi-sources propulsions, named "hybrid" propulsions, can be found. If the hybrid propulsion solution is now well known in the field of automotive, it is not so well integrated in the field of boating. However, with the potential availability of three energy sources, oil, electricity and wind, and a quite free environment of evolution, pleasure boats could be a promising field of application for the hybrid technology. That is the point analyzed in this thesis. To carry through this study, a sizing process had to be set up. Several methodologies have already been proposed in the literature since the 90's in the automotive engineering, but most of them operate with a limited set of the constitutive components of the propulsion architecture to be designed. Our work background is different. We propose an iterative sizing methodology based on power exchanges modelling. Our objective is to represent by a single parameterized model each set of components, to reduce the complexity of the optimization problem linked to the sizing process. The proposed methodology is applied on two sizing problems; for a sailing boat and a hybrid car.
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Florian Dupriez-Robin. Dimensionnement d'une propulsion hybride de voilier, basé sur la modélisation par les flux de puissance. Automatique / Robotique. Université de Nantes, 2010. Français. ⟨tel-00732070⟩



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