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Check out the March 2017 TEC eNewsletter, now available!
The March 2017 issue of the TEC eNewsletter is now available.Articles include: From the Chair From the...
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Read our first Q&A with Grant Covic, Senior Member of IEEE and IEEE TEC Distinguished Lecturer who heads inductive power research at the University of Auckland. He also co-leads the interoperability sub-team within the SAE J2954 wireless charging standard for electric vehicles (EVs). In 2010, he co-founded HaloIPT, a startup specializing in EV wireless charging technology and was joint head of research until the company’s acquisition in 2011. In this Q&A, Grant discusses why and how wireless charging will be common for EV owners, both consumers and fleets.
Recent Development of Switched Reluctance Motors for Hybrid Electrical Vehicles
Friday, June 16, 2017 - 9:00am ET
Presenter: Akira Chiba
Tokyo Institute of Technology
Abstract: In this webinar, general view of recent energy friendly vehicles are introduced. Then, principles of operations of hybrid electrical vehicles are reviewed. The rare-earth problem has lessened, however, the rare-earth material is still costly for mass production of more electrical vehicles. Characteristics of rare-earth permanent magnet electrical motors and generators of a leading hybrid vehicle are presented. There are a few criteria for switched reluctance motors to be competitive to rare-earth PM motors. Some possible breakthrough solutions are presented. In addition, a novel method to reduce vibration and acoustic noise is presented. The generator operation and its loss reduction by switched reluctance machines are presented.