Congratulations to Ali Emadi
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Scott Samuelsen, a professor emeritus of mechanical and aerospace engineering at the University of California, Irvine, is director of the National Fuel Cell Research Center, located at UC Irvine.
You’d have to be completely uninterested in cars or any other type of transportation to not recognize that automobiles are undergoing a major transition. They no longer run solely on internal-combustion engines and burn petroleum-based fuels. Nowadays, consumers routinely purchase vehicles that run in part or entirely on electricity.
Presenter: Patrick Wheeler
University of Nottingham
Abstract: There has recently been a major change in the design of aircraft. Electrical systems are being used in applications which have traditionally been powered by hydraulic or pneumatic sources. The Boeing 787 and the Airbus A380 both have significantly larger electrical systems than any previous aircraft
Check out the following 3 papers from the IEEE Transactions on Transportation Electrification
- Comparative Study of Interior Permanent Magnet, Induction, and Switched Reluctance Motor Drives for EV and HEV Applications
- More Electric Aircraft: Review, Challenges, and Opportunities for Commercial Transport Aircraft
- A Supervisory Energy Management Control Strategy in a Battery/Ultracapacitor Hybrid Energy Storage System
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