The number of open full-text files has exceeded 1500!

19 Sep. 2013

  The number of open full-text files has exceeded 1500!

  On July 12th 2013, the number of full-text files accessible to the public by the T2R2 system has exceeded 1500. We would like to express our sincere gratitude to all the researchers for your cooperation.
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  Here is the memorable 1500th article!   

Title: Modeling and optimum driving of Motor-CVT drive system
Author: Lin LIN, Gen ENDO, Edwardo F. FUKUSHIMA
Journal: Proceedings of the 2013 JSME Conference on Robotics and Mechatronics
Volume, Page: 2A2-D03
  We would like to introduce Dr. Fumihiko E. Fukushima, Associate Professor, Dr. Gen Endo, Assistant Professor and Mr. Lin Lin, graduate school student at Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, who have registered the 1500th open full-text file.
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    A combined electrical motor and Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) drivesystem has a wide range of speed-torque characteristic, so that changing themotor’s operating speed and CVT’s speed ratio according to the load, it is possible to increase the overall efficiency of such a drive system. In this paper we modeled the drive system and performed experiments to derive a method for optimum operation of the drive system.

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    We expect this paper will be read by researchers and engineers who are interested in CVT and efficiency of electric drive system.

  • Please tell us about your future plan of research activities.

    According to the load, CVT is effective in improving the robot’s efficiency.From now on, we will use the model of CVT for load-sensing and consider an algorithm of optimal load-sensitive control for mobile robots equipped with CVT.

Dr. FukushimaDr. EndoMr.Lin

  Thank you very much, Dr. Fukushima, Dr. Endo and Mr. Lin Lin for taking time in your busy schedule to give us your comments.

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