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H. Ghariblu, A. Behroozirad , A. Madandar ,
Volume 4, Issue 2 (6-2014)

This paper concerns the design and analysis, of a ball type continuously variable transmission, (B-CVT). This B-CVT has a simple kinematic structure, and same as a toroidal CVT, transmits power by friction on the contact points between input and output discs, that are connected to each other by balls. After, a brief introduction of our B-CVT structure, the performance and traction efficiency of B-CVT is analyzed. The geometry and speed ratio of the proposed CVT is obtained. Then, by finding the contact areas between rotating elements and stress distribution through them, the torque capacity of B-CVT is computed. Next, the power loss of the system caused by various parameters such as relative arrangement of rotating elements as well as relative velocity at contact areas is found. Finally, after presenting the influence of the different geometrical and assembly conditions at efficiency of the system, the efficiency of the system compared with the efficiency of a Toroidal CVT.
Mr. Arian Afrabandpey, Dr. Hashem Ghariblu,
Volume 10, Issue 2 (6-2020)

To reduce the harmful effects of fuel based engines new technologies in automotive industries have introduced. Combination of novel ball continuously variable transmission and hybrid technologies with the advantages of optimum controlling of power sources in the vehicle are the main topic of this paper by preparing a model of transmission using GT-Suite software. In order to determine the operation and responses of the proposed transmission, different operational modes, along with different inputs in term of speed, torque and ratio are presented. This research successfully demonstrates a new type of transmission which is developed to enjoy the benefits of combining technologies in vehicle drivetrain that features high torque capacity and desirable drivability. Main achievement of this paper is to show the operational modes of this system as well as ability to mode alteration during vehicle operation. Various steady and transient modes are studied in this paper using multi body modeling and it shows HBCVT can eliminate most limitation of parallel hybrid systems.

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