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Brake Blending and Torque Vectoring of Road Electric Vehicles: A Flexible Approach Based on Smart Torque Allocation

2020

Author(s): Pugi L, Favilli T,Berzi L, Locorotondo E,Pierini M

The application of regenerative braking on electric vehicles has a significant impact on several aspects of design, implemented functionalities, and overall performances of road vehicles.

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Developed Operation of Inverter Fed Induction Motor to Drive the Electric Vehicle

2020

Author(s): Elnaghi BE, Ibrahim HA, Elsayed SA, Abd-Elkader F

This study focuses on improving the inverter drive induction motor's operating efficiency for electric vehicles. The frequency is changed from 5 Hz to 100 Hz to control the vehicle speed. Characteristics of the inverter control induction motor drive are established in this paper.

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Electrical Modeling of Nickel-Metal Hydride Batteries for Personal Electric Vehicles

2019

Author(s): Prabpal P, Bhumkittipich K, Haraguchi T

This article presents the electrical modeling of the nickel-metal hydride battery ( NiMH) used in electric vehicles. According to the battery life cycle, the physical and electrical models of the proposed battery should be analyzed in detail for the condition to control the electric vehicle's operation.

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Opportunities and Challenges of Lithium Ion Batteries in Automotive Applications

2021

Author(s): Masias A, Marcicki J, Paxton WA

Lithium ion batteries (LIBs) have transformed the consumer electronics (CE) sector and are beginning to power the electrification of the automotive sector. The unique requirements of the vehicle application have required design considerations beyond LIBs suitable for CE.

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Life Cycle Assessment of Lithium Sulfur Battery for Electric Vehicles

2017

Author(s): Deng Y, Li J, Li T, Gao X, Yuan C

Lithium-sulfur (Li-S) battery is widely recognized as the most promising battery technology for future electric vehicles (EV). To understand the environmental sustainability performance of Li-S battery on future EVs, here a novel life cycle assessment (LCA) model is developed for a comprehensive environmental impact assessment of a Li-S battery pack using a graphene sulfur composite cathode and a lithium metal anode protected by a lithium-ion conductive layer, for actual EV applications.

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Connecting Battery Technologies for Electric Vehicles from Battery Materials to Management

2022

Author(s): Zhao G, Wang X, Negnevitsky M

This paper presented comprehensive discussions and insightful evaluations of conventional electric vehicle (EV) batteries (such as lead-acid, nickel-based, lithium-ion batteries, etc.) and the state-of-the-art battery technologies (such as all-solid-state, silicon-based, lithium-sulphur, metal-air batteries, etc.).

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A Review of Lithium-Ion Battery for Electric Vehicle Applications and Beyond

2019

Author(s): Chen W, Liang J, Yang Z, Li G

This paper reviews recent research and developments of lithium-ion battery used in EVs. Widely used methods of battery sorting are presented.

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Comparison of Different Battery Types for Electric Vehicles

2017

Author(s): Iclodean C, Varga B, Burnete N, Cimerdean D, Jurchiș B

This study presents the autonomy of an Electric Vehicle that utilizes four different types of batteries: Lithium Ion (Li-Ion), Molten Salt (Na-NiCl2), Nickel Metal Hydride (Ni-MH) and Lithium Sulphur (Li-S), all of them having the same electric energy storage capacity.

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Powering Up: Understanding Traction Batteries: Technology and Standards

2022

Author(s): Bej S, Bhagyasree

Rapid improvements in battery technologies are crucial in achieving the required pace of transition to cleaner mobility. The high energy density, specific energy, and cycle life of the LiBs make these batteries outperform other available battery chemistries.

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Benefits of the 2020 Multi-State Medium- and Heavy-Duty Zero-Emission Vehicle Memorandum of Understanding

2022

Author(s): Sen A, Minjares R, Miller J, Braun C

This paper estimates the multiple benefits of achieving the zero-emission medium- and heavy-duty sales targets of the Multi-state Memorandum of Understanding in select states. Without new policies, this study finds that the baseline reduction in well-to-wheel CO2 emissions of the medium- and heavy-duty fleet in these states are on a path to decline 8% below 2020 levels by 2030 and 23% below 2020 levels by 2050. NOx emissions are projected to decline through the late 2030s as the oldest generation of ICE vehicles are replaced with newer vehicles manufactured to comply with U.S. 2010 and Tier 3 emission standards.