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Alex J Severinsky, Theodore Louckes: Hybrid vehicles. Paice Corporation, Michael de Angeli, April 29, 2003: US06554088 (186 worldwide citation)

A hybrid vehicle comprises an internal combustion engine, a traction motor, a starter motor, and a battery bank, all controlled by a microprocessor in accordance with the vehicle's instantaneous torque demands so that the engine is run only under conditions of high efficiency, typically only wh ...


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Alex J Severinsky: Hybrid vehicle. Paice Corporation, Michael de Angeli, April 3, 2001: US06209672 (181 worldwide citation)

A hybrid vehicle comprising an an internal combustion engine controllably coupled to road wheels of the vehicle by a clutch, a traction motor coupled to road wheels of said vehicle, a starting motor coupled to the engine, both motors being operable as generators, a battery bank for providing electri ...


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Alex J Severinsky, Theodore Louckes: Hybrid vehicles. Paice, Michael de Angeli, September 12, 2006: US07104347 (92 worldwide citation)

A hybrid vehicle comprises an internal combustion engine, a traction motor, a starter motor, and a battery bank, all controlled by a microprocessor in accordance with the vehicle's instantaneous torque demands so that the engine is run only under conditions of high efficiency, typically only when th ...


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Alex J Severinsky, Theodore Louckes: Hybrid vehicles. Paice, Michael de Angeli, July 1, 2008: US07392871 (91 worldwide citation)

A hybrid vehicle comprises an internal combustion engine, a traction motor, a starter motor, and a battery bank, all controlled by a microprocessor in accordance with the vehicle's instantaneous torque demands so that the engine is run only under conditions of high efficiency, typically only when th ...


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Alex J Severinsky, Theodore Louckes: Hybrid vehicles. PAICE, Michael de Angeli, July 3, 2007: US07237634 (85 worldwide citation)

A hybrid vehicle comprises an internal combustion engine, a traction motor, a starter motor, and a battery bank, all controlled by a microprocessor in accordance with the vehicle's instantaneous torque demands so that the engine is run only under conditions of high efficiency, typically only when th ...


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Alex J Severinsky, Theodore Louckes: Hybrid vehicles incorporating turbochargers. Paice Corporation, Michael de Angeli, January 15, 2002: US06338391 (75 worldwide citation)

A hybrid vehicle comprising an internal combustion engine controllably coupled to road wheels of the vehicle by a clutch, and having a turbocharger that is operated only when extra power is needed for a extended time, a traction motor coupled to road wheels of said vehicle, a starting motor coupled ...


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Alex J Severinsky, Theodore Louckes: Hybrid vehicles. Paice, Michael de Angeli, October 6, 2009: US07597164 (72 worldwide citation)

A hybrid vehicle comprises an internal combustion engine, a traction motor, a starter motor, and a battery bank, all controlled by a microprocessor in accordance with the vehicle's instantaneous torque demands so that the engine is run only under conditions of high efficiency, typically only when th ...


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Alex J Severinsky, Theodore Louckes: Hybrid vehicle configuration. Paice, Michael de Angeli, April 21, 2009: US07520353 (69 worldwide citation)

A hybrid vehicle comprises an internal combustion engine, a traction motor, a starter motor, and a battery bank, all controlled by a microprocessor in accordance with the vehicle's instantaneous torque demands so that the engine is run only under conditions of high efficiency, typically only when th ...


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Alex J Severinsky, Theodore Louckes: Hybrid vehicles. Paice, Michael de Angeli, November 25, 2008: US07455134 (58 worldwide citation)

A hybrid vehicle comprises an internal combustion engine, a traction motor, a starter motor, and a battery bank, all controlled by a microprocessor in accordance with the vehicle's instantaneous torque demands so that the engine is run only under conditions of high efficiency, typically only when th ...


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Alex J Severinsky, Theodore Louckes: Hybrid vehicles. Paice, Michael de Angeli, July 14, 2009: US07559388 (52 worldwide citation)

A hybrid vehicle comprises an internal combustion engine, a traction motor, a starter motor, and a battery bank, all controlled by a microprocessor in accordance with the vehicle's instantaneous torque demands so that the engine is run only under conditions of high efficiency, typically only when th ...