MISER Hydraulic Hybrid Transmission

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October 2019
Headquarters 13 Nguni Dr, Modderfontein, Lethabong, 1609, South Africa
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MISER Hydraulic Hybrid Transmission - A hydraulic hybrid transmission solution to regenerative braking and engine optimization for any size vehicle

The MISER hydraulic hybrid transmission significantly lowers fuel consumption (up to 43%) and reduces harmful emissions (up to 40%).

It is a fully automatic transmission that achieves fuel savings and reduced emissions by optimizing engine performance and regenerative braking. It is ideal for new vehicle designs where the engine can be chosen but can also be fitted to existing vehicles. The MISER design is a mechanically straightforward, infinitely variable dual path system with a relatively complicated microprocessor control system. The hydraulic hybrid transmission has fewer energy flow paths, fewer valves and fewer parasitic losses (e.g. charge pumps) than existing hydraulic hybrid systems. The MISER transmission is both a series (meaning the combustion engine can charge the storage system to use the energy later) and a parallel system (where the energy is decided to AND from any combination of the combustion engine, the storage system and the load).

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Key features

  • A CO2 reduction up to 52% in urban use
  • The vehicle's engine runs less, so energy is saved and the truck is given a longer life

Profitability

  • A payback time from 9 to 24 months

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Maturity Stage

  • Medium and large scale commercialization
  • Small scale commercialization
  • Initial market commercialization
  • Prototype testing in the real world
  • Prototype testing 1:1 in the lab

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