The project aims to determine the feasibility of hybrid electric rail vehicles for high speed and commuter routes.
How much fuel could be saved by a hybrid rail vehicle compared to a conventional rail vehicle over a range of different routes.
Proved that the hybrid vehicle simulation models for automotive applications developed at WMG can be applied to the rail industry.
Presentation to the Department of Transport informing future rail strategy
Department of Transport via the University of Birmingham
University of Birmingham
Georgina Haslop G.Haslop@warwick.ac.uk
Working with business through Catapult Battery Characterisation