OPTIMISED ENERGY MANAGEMENT OF HYBRID ELECTRIC PROPULSION
Author(s):
Rajni Verma, Dr. Rajesh Kumar Saluja
Keywords:
optimization process; hybrid-electric propulsion system; sustainability; aviation industry
Abstract
This research work focuses on the design and optimization of a hybrid-electric propulsion system for a small general aviation aircraft, Hyperion. The study aims to estimate aerodynamic data, performance parameters, and optimize the propulsion system to achieve maximum efficiency.The concept of hybrid-electric propulsion is introduced, highlighting its advantages over traditional propulsion systems. The estimated aerodynamic data and performance parameters are used to determine the optimal design of Hyperion, which includes a combination of electric and internal combustion engines.The Hyperion program is then discussed, which involves the implementation of the hybrid-electric propulsion system and testing of the aircraft. The results of the optimization process show that the hybrid-electric propulsion system significantly improves the aircraft's fuel efficiency and reduces its emissions.In conclusion, this study demonstrates the potential of hybrid-electric propulsion systems in general aviation aircraft. The implementation of such systems could lead to significant improvements in fuel efficiency and environmental sustainability in the aviation industry.
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Unique Paper ID: 160280

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 1

Page(s): 87 - 96
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