Loss-Reduction Effect of Varying the Mover Motion in a Dual-Sided Free-Piston Engine Generator System
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Start Time:2021-07-02 10:10 (Asia/Shanghai)


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A free-piston engine generator system (FPEG) without a crank mechanism can vary the mover motion with inverter control. This study clarifies the loss-reduction effect of varying the mover motion in a dual-sided FPEG. The losses were reduced by 1 kW by setting a stroke of 160 mm, frequency of 22.5 Hz, and resonant output dispersion. Thus, we confirmed that the mover motion in a dual-sided FPEG reduces loss considering the engine loss.
Linear generator, Free-piston engine, Loss-reduction, Power generation control, Resonance control
Shoma Irie
Shinshu University

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Shoma Irie Shinshu University
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