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Switched Reluctance Motor Controller for Light Electric Vehicles

Author
Andrada, Pere; Blanque, B.; Capo, M.; Gross, G.; Montesinos-Miracle, D.
Type of activity
Presentation of work at congresses
Name of edition
20th European conference on power electronics and applications
Date of publication
2018
Presentation's date
2018-09-19
Book of congress proceedings
EPE'18: 20th European conference on power electronics and applications: September 17-21, 2018: Riga, Latvia: proceedings book
Repository
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/123074 Open in new window
Abstract
Nowadays, switched reluctance motor drives are one of the most promising alternatives for the elimination of permanent magnets in the electric traction systems, due to their well-known advantages such as simple and rugged construction, high efficiency, speed torque characteristic well adapted to traction needs and despite their drawbacks high torque ripple and high acoustic noise. Unfortunately, nowadays, the lack of commercial controllers intended for switched reluctance motors slows down its u...
Citation
Andrada, Pere, Blanque, B., Capo, M., Gross, G., Montesinos-Miracle, D. Switched reluctance motor controller for light electric vehicles. A: European Conference on Power Electronics and Applications. "EPE'18: 20th European conference on power electronics and applications: September 17-21, 2018: Riga, Latvia: proceedings book". 2018, p. 1-11.
Keywords
Controllers, Converter circuit, Converter circuits, Converter control, Electric drives, Electric lighting, Electric machine control, Electric traction, Electric vehicles, Power control, Power converters, Power converters for EV, Power electronics, Reluctance motors, Switched reluctance drive, Switched reluctance drives, Traction application Acoustic noise, Traction applications, Traction control, Traction motors, converter controls
Group of research
CITCEA - Centre of Technological Innovation in Power Electronics and Drives
GAECE - Electronically Commutated Motor Drives Group

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