GENEVA – A Spanish offshoot of the Chinese company Woxter Technology Co. Ltd. has a bench-tested continuously variable transmission (CVT) concept that nominally triples the belt-transmission capacity by combining the CVT with a pair of planetary geartrains. The design is a power-split arrangement, with only a third of the engine input managed by the belt-and-pulley section and two-thirds by the gearing. Conventional belt-pulley CVT design combined with planetary gearsets. CVTs of ...

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