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Electric Vehicles

Gyuláné Vincze, Gergely György Balázs

Budapest University of Technology and Economics Department of Electric Power Engineering

Electric Vehicles

Electric Vehicles

BMEVIVEM263

Dr.. Gyuláné Vincze

Gergely György Balázs

2012


Table of Contents

A. List of quantities
1. Introduction
2. Traction requirements, selecting vehicle drive
Forces influencing vehicle traction
Designing motive force
Designing brake force in vehicles
Operational modes of vehicle drives
Spinning and blocking of wheels
3. Types of traction, location and types of traction motors
Electric vehicles with internal and external traction motors and linear motors
Single motor and multimotor drives
Fitting characteristics of rotating motors to traction requirements
Types of electric vehicle drives
Using per-unit system for electric machines
Park-vector method for invetigating AC machines
4. Electric vehicles’ energy supply
External and internal energy source
Energy supply of overhead line powered urban electric vehicles
Energy supply of overhead line powered railway vehicles
Railway electrification systems
Comparing DC and single-phase railway systems
Elements of the energy flow at overhead line powered vehicles
Multi-voltage locomotives
Network-friendly operation for AC voltage powered rail vehicles
Energy supply of levitated vehicles
Energy supply of electric cars and road vehicles
5. Commutator motor driven conventional electric vehicles
DC commutator motor drives for traction
Characteristic curves of the series wound commutator DC motor
Control methods of the series wound DC motor in motor mode
Electric braking mode of the series wound commutator motor
Compound wound commutator DC machines for traction
Separately excited commutator DC machine for traction
DC motor driven concrete electric vehicles
DC motor driven vehicles operated by series resistance variation
Chopper fed DC motor driven vehicles
Diode rectifier fed DC motor driven vehicle
Thyristor converter fed DC motor driven vehicle
Two quadrant transistor chopper fed DC motor driven electric car
6. Induction motor driven electric vehicles
The field oriented current vector control theory and practical applications
Normal and field-weakening mode
Voltage source inverter fed induction motor driven vehicles
Voltage source inverter fed induction motor trolley-bus drive
Induction motor drive system of the Combino tram
Voltage source inverter fed network-friendly energy-efficient railway vehicle drives
Current source inverter fed induction motor driven vehicle  
Linear induction motor driven vehicles (LIM)
7. Synchronous motor driven electric vehicles
Current vector controlled sinusoidal field synchronous motor drive
Normal and field weakening mode of the sinusoidal field synchronous drive
Voltage source inverter fed sinusoidal field synchronous motor driven vehicles
Current source inverter fed sinusoidal field synchronous motor driven vehicles
Rectangular field synchronous motor driven vehicles
Linear synchronous motor (LSM) driven vehicles
8. Levitated vehicles
Air-cushion levitation
Magnetic levitation
Electromagnetic levitation
Electrodynamic levitation
9. Drives of electric and hybrid-electric cars
Electric cars
Electric cars with battery
Fuel cell electric cars
Electric cars with multiple energy storage
Hybrid-electric cars
Serial hybrid-electric cars
Parallel hybrid-electric cars
Intelligent hybrid-electric vehicles
References