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Discipline name D-index D-index (Discipline H-index) only includes papers and citation values for an examined discipline in contrast to General H-index which accounts for publications across all disciplines. Citations Publications World Ranking National Ranking
Electronics and Electrical Engineering D-index 80 Citations 16,297 106 World Ranking 142 National Ranking 79
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering D-index 88 Citations 17,906 124 World Ranking 22 National Ranking 14

Overview

What is he best known for?

The fields of study he is best known for:

  • Electrical engineering
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Internal combustion engine

His primary areas of investigation include Powertrain, Control theory, Torque, Automotive engineering and Transmission. In his study, Electrical energy storage and Electrical engineering is strongly linked to Electric vehicle, which falls under the umbrella field of Powertrain. His Control theory research incorporates themes from Battery and Clutch.

In general Torque, his work in Hybrid powertrain is often linked to Transmission linking many areas of study. His work in Automotive engineering tackles topics such as Control engineering which are related to areas like Motor control and Powertrain control module. His work in Transmission addresses issues such as Control system, which are connected to fields such as Gear ratio.

His most cited work include:

  • Optimal selection of input torque considering battery utilization for a hybrid electric vehicle (207 citations)
  • Vehicle propulsion system (185 citations)
  • Method of providing electric motor torque reserve in a hybrid electric vehicle (171 citations)

What are the main themes of his work throughout his whole career to date?

His scientific interests lie mostly in Torque, Automotive engineering, Powertrain, Control theory and Transmission. His Torque research focuses on Clutch and how it connects with Slip. His research in Automotive engineering is mostly concerned with Internal combustion engine.

His study on Engine control unit is often connected to Propulsion as part of broader study in Internal combustion engine. Anthony H. Heap interconnects Battery and Electrical engineering in the investigation of issues within Powertrain. His Torque sensor, Torque converter and Control theory study, which is part of a larger body of work in Control theory, is frequently linked to Stall torque, bridging the gap between disciplines.

He most often published in these fields:

  • Torque (54.09%)
  • Automotive engineering (49.82%)
  • Powertrain (48.40%)

What were the highlights of his more recent work (between 2014-2021)?

  • Automotive engineering (49.82%)
  • Powertrain (48.40%)
  • Torque (54.09%)

In recent papers he was focusing on the following fields of study:

His main research concerns Automotive engineering, Powertrain, Torque, Internal combustion engine and Electric machine. His Automotive engineering research includes themes of State of charge, Engine power, Hybrid powertrain and Hybrid vehicle. His Powertrain study is concerned with the larger field of Control theory.

His work blends Control theory and State studies together. His Torque study which covers Transmission that intersects with Gear ratio. His research in Internal combustion engine focuses on subjects like Noise, which are connected to Muffler, Longitudinal engine, Mechanical energy and Battery.

Between 2014 and 2021, his most popular works were:

  • Method and apparatus for controlling operation of an internal combustion engine for a multi-mode powertrain system (12 citations)
  • Method and apparatus for controlling a powertrain system during deceleration (3 citations)
  • Method and apparatus for stabilizing an engine state selection using an energy-based stabilization strategy for hybrid powertrain systems (3 citations)

In his most recent research, the most cited papers focused on:

  • Electrical engineering
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Internal combustion engine

Anthony H. Heap mainly investigates Automotive engineering, Powertrain, Torque, Internal combustion engine and Control theory. His studies deal with areas such as Hybrid powertrain and Energy based as well as Automotive engineering. He undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Torque and Stall torque through his works.

Anthony H. Heap has researched Internal combustion engine in several fields, including Longitudinal engine, Muffler and Noise. His study in the field of Control variable and Torque sensor also crosses realms of State. His Regenerative brake study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Cylinder and Torque converter, Clutch.

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Best Publications

Optimal selection of input torque considering battery utilization for a hybrid electric vehicle

William R. Cawthorne;Anthony H. Heap;Gregory A. Hubbard.
(2004)

315 Citations

Vehicle propulsion system

Heap Anthony H;Cawthorne William R;Hubbard Gregory A;Holmes Alan G.
(2006)

298 Citations

Method of providing electric motor torque reserve in a hybrid electric vehicle

Anthony H. Ann Arbor Heap;Tung-Ming Carmel Hsieh;Gregory A. Brighton Hubbard.
(2006)

262 Citations

Coordinated regenerative and engine retard braking for a hybrid vehicle

Anthony H. Ann Arbor Heap;Tung-Ming Carmel Hsieh;Gregory A. Brighton Hubbard;Xuefeng T. Northville Tao.
(2004)

258 Citations

Method for dynamically determining peak output torque within battery constraints in a hybrid transmission including a parallel hybrid split

Gregory A. Hubbard;Tung-Ming Hsieh;Anthony H. Heap.
(2005)

254 Citations

Optimal selection of input torque with stability of power flow for a hybrid electric vehicle

Anthony H. Indianapolis Heap;Tung-Ming Carmel Hsieh;Gregory A. Brighton Hubbard.
(2004)

252 Citations

Method and apparatus to control an electro-mechanical transmission during shifting event

Jy-Jen F. Sah;Anthony H. Heap.
(2006)

250 Citations

Speed control for an electrically variable transmission

Todd M Steinmetz;Anthony H. Heap;Gregory A. Hubbard;Jy-Jen F. Sah.
(2003)

240 Citations

Method for dynamically determining peak output torque in an electrically variable transmission

Gregory A. Hubbard;Tung-Ming Hsieh;Anthony H. Heap.
(2005)

240 Citations

Engine retard operation scheduling and management in a hybrid vehicle

Xuefeng T. Tao;Gregory A. Hubbard;Tung-Ming Hsieh;Anthony H. Heap.
(2004)

238 Citations

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