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AIRESEARCH MANUFACTURING COMPANY OF ARIZONA
A DIVISION OF THE GARRETT CORPORATION
PROGRESS REPORT .
STUDY ON REDUCTION OF ACCESSORY
This is the fourth quarterly technical progress report submitted
in accordance with requirements outlined in Attachment B, Reports and
Reviews, Energy Research and.Deveiopment Administration (ERDA) E[04-3]-
1095. This report covers the period from April 1, 1975 through
July 15, 1975.
The program was initiated in July, 1974, under Contract 68-03-2119,
for the Environmental Protection Agency, Advanced Automotive Power Sys-
tems Division. The contract defines an automotive accessory drive
development program consisting of three design phases and an optional
fabrication test phase. Phase I, Conceptual Design, and Phase II, Pre-
liminary Design, have been completed. Phase III, Detail Design,, has
been completed, and Phase IV, Fabrication and Test, is outlined herein.
ERDA will direct the program through the Advanced Automotive Power
Systems (AAPS) Division (formerly with EPA). The new contract number
The program objective is to evolve and define .an accessory drive
system that will minimize system power consumption of driven accessories
on an internal combustion engine in a passenger automobile. The initial
three program phases established concept feasibility, determined poten-
tial-fuel savings, and selected a drive system design for concept mech-
anization. Phase IV will carry the program through prototype fabrica-
tion,-bench tests, engine tests, and vehicle tests. The final program
objective will be a detail drive mechanization design and a demonstrated
overall vehicle fuel savings potential.
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