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Alex J Severinsky: Hybrid electric vehicle. September 6, 1994: US05343970 (321 worldwide citation)

An improved hybrid electric vehicle includes an internal combustion engine and an electric motor. Both the motor and the engine provide torque to drive the vehicle directly through a controllable torque transfer unit. Typically at low speeds or in traffic, the electric motor alone drives the vehicle ...


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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: AC to DC power converter with integrated line current control for improving power factor. Viteq Corporation, Banner Birch McKie & Beckett, March 28, 1989: US04816982 (75 worldwide citation)

An AC to DC power converter comprises an input filter for filtering the alternating current input and an output filter for filtering and smoothing the direct current power output to a load. The output alternating current of the input filter is rectified and electronically switched at a frequency muc ...


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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 ...