Power Electronics in Transportation: October 22-23, 1998, Dearborn, Michigan
IEEE, 1998 - Technology & Engineering - 116 pages
Contains papers from an October 1998 workshop on electric drives for electric vehicles (EVs) and hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs), fuel cell systems and vehicles, and converters and inverters for EVs and HEVs. Topics include a sensorless direct torque control technique for permanent magnet synchronous motors, power electronics for propulsion and energy charging of electric vehicles by high slip linear induction machines, effect of switching frequency of soft switched inverters on electric vehicle systems, and multilevel inverters for EV applications. A section on special topics looks at soft commuted direct current motors, and a prime mover for HEV propulsion systems. Lacks a subject index.
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Comparative Analysis Of TorqueControlled IM Drives With Applications
Efficiency And CostEffectiveness Of AC Drives For Electric Vehicles
A Sensorless Direct Torque Control Technique For Permanent Magnet
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