CHICAGO — A technical paper (SAE No. 2001-01-2826 ) given by Paice Corp., Livonia, MI, at the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Truck and Bus meeting here, provides more detail on the hybrid system the company claims is both a cost and performance breakthrough. Paice CEO Ted Louckes tells Ward’s the combination of an 800-volt, 280-lb. (127-kg) lead-acid battery pack (18-48V modules) -- a motor amplification module consisting of induction generator/motor/controller, lock-up clutch and ...

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