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Shiro Kawakatsu: Control apparatus for engine/electric hybrid vehicle. Daihatsu Motor, Darby & Darby, June 15, 1982: US04335429 (222 worldwide citation)

A hybrid vehicle comprises an internal combustion engine, a relatively large motor/generator and a relatively small motor/generator, which are controlled by a microcomputer based on the required torque of the vehicle as a function of time. When the engine is permitted to run, it is always operated i ...


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Shiro Kawakatsu, Shoji Honda: Control apparatus and method for engine/electric hybrid vehicle. Daihatsu Motor, Darby & Darby, October 4, 1983: US04407132 (104 worldwide citation)

A hybrid vehicle comprises an internal combustion engine and a motor/generator, which are controlled by a microcomputer. The internal combustion engine is rendered capable of a running operation in a region of a better fuel consumption characteristic. Outside the above described region, the motor is ...


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Shiro Kawakatsu, Shoji Honda: Control apparatus and method for engine/electric hybrid vehicle. Daihatsu Motor, Darby & Darby, December 15, 1981: US04305254 (94 worldwide citation)

A hybrid vehicle comprises an internal combustion engine and a motor/generator, which are controlled by a microcomputer. The internal combustion engine is rendered capable of a running operation in a region of a better fuel consumption characteristic. Outside the above described region, the motor is ...


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Shiro Kawakatsu, Toshikazu Kawasaki: Alarming apparatus of vehicle. Daihatsu Motor, Darby & Darby, January 22, 1985: US04495484 (28 worldwide citation)

A vehicle such as an automobile includes various auxiliary devices for implementing auxiliary functions such as electrical equipment, windows, doors, a parking brake, a transmission and the like, in addition to a principal scheme for a running operation of the vehicle. The vehicle also includes two ...


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Shiro Kawakatsu, Toshikazu Kawasaki: Alarming apparatus of vehicle. Daihatsu Motor, Darby & Darby, October 5, 1982: US04353055 (14 worldwide citation)

A vehicle such as an automobile comprises various auxiliary devices for implementing auxiliary functions such as electrical equipment, windows, doors, a parking brake, a transmission and the like, in addition to a principal scheme for a running operation of the vehicle. The vehicle also comprises tw ...