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Hybridized drives significantly reduce CO 2 emissions. While current mainstream developments currently focus on the expansion of conventional combustion engines to incorporate electrification, the next step will be to design systems with much smaller engines and with fewer cylinders, often combined with cylinder deactivation. However, many of these approaches face the challenge of handling the NVH behavior of the downsized drives. With its DirectE concept, Tectos presents one solution for effectively damping torsional powertrain vibrations using the electric drive of a hybrid system. ...
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