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Highly Dynamic Drives for Electric Hybrid Vehicles : Electric Machine Design and Dynamic Test Method

Loayza Vargas, Yury LU (2017)
Abstract
Electric Hybrid Vehicles (EHVs) play a crucial role in the development towards
a more environmental friendly transportation. An alternative to solve some
actual challenges with hybridization of vehicles is studied at the Division of
Industrial Electrical Engineering and Automation (IEA) at Lund University
in cooperation with the automotive industry. A key component of this drive
train is a highly dynamic Electric Machine (EM) which will make possible to
hybridize a conventional car at reduced costs while maintaining the performance
and comfort of the vehicle.

The first part of this thesis work describes the design and optimization process
of this multipurpose EM and presents the final... (More)
Electric Hybrid Vehicles (EHVs) play a crucial role in the development towards
a more environmental friendly transportation. An alternative to solve some
actual challenges with hybridization of vehicles is studied at the Division of
Industrial Electrical Engineering and Automation (IEA) at Lund University
in cooperation with the automotive industry. A key component of this drive
train is a highly dynamic Electric Machine (EM) which will make possible to
hybridize a conventional car at reduced costs while maintaining the performance
and comfort of the vehicle.

The first part of this thesis work describes the design and optimization process
of this multipurpose EM and presents the final prototype.

The second part of this thesis presents a convenient, fast and precise method
for measuring the mechanical and electromagnetic properties of this EM and
similar motors. This Dynamic Test Method is based on state of the art control
and measurements system and makes possible to characterize an EM without
the need of a Brake Bench.

Finally the measured properties of the EM are analyzed and the results show
that the EM has the required performace in speed, torque and dynamics for the
intended EHV application.

The results of the thesis reduce the need of heavy and expensive components for the EHV and for the measurements, by using very fast, dynamic and accurate
tools instead. (Less)
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author
supervisor
opponent
  • Dr Lindh, Pia, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland
organization
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Thesis
publication status
published
subject
keywords
Electric Hybrid Vehicles, Electric Machine Design, Dynamic Testing, Dynamic loading, Synthetic Loading, FPGA, Torque Measurement, Field weakening controller (FWC), IPMSM, FEMM, LabVIEW, Dynamic Testing Technique, Dynamic Test Method, CompactRIO
edition
1
pages
210 pages
publisher
Division of Industrial Electrical Engineering and Automation, Faculty of Engineering, Lund University
defense location
Lecture hall M:B, M-huset, Ole Römers väg 1, Lund University, Faculty of Engineering.
defense date
2017-10-20 10:15
ISBN
978-91-88934-83-3
978-91-88934-82-6
language
English
LU publication?
yes
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25e1f0b4-7276-4ee9-8b16-7c99e8aa64e9
date added to LUP
2017-09-21 14:48:38
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2017-09-22 15:26:28
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  abstract     = {Electric Hybrid Vehicles (EHVs) play a crucial role in the development towards<br/>a more environmental friendly transportation. An alternative to solve some<br/>actual challenges with hybridization of vehicles is studied at the Division of<br/>Industrial Electrical Engineering and Automation (IEA) at Lund University<br/>in cooperation with the automotive industry. A key component of this drive<br/>train is a highly dynamic Electric Machine (EM) which will make possible to<br/>hybridize a conventional car at reduced costs while maintaining the performance<br/>and comfort of the vehicle.<br/><br/>The first part of this thesis work describes the design and optimization process<br/>of this multipurpose EM and presents the final prototype.<br/><br/>The second part of this thesis presents a convenient, fast and precise method<br/>for measuring the mechanical and electromagnetic properties of this EM and<br/>similar motors. This Dynamic Test Method is based on state of the art control<br/>and measurements system and makes possible to characterize an EM without<br/>the need of a Brake Bench.<br/><br/>Finally the measured properties of the EM are analyzed and the results show<br/>that the EM has the required performace in speed, torque and dynamics for the<br/>intended EHV application.<br/><br/>The results of the thesis reduce the need of heavy and expensive components for the EHV and for the measurements, by using very fast, dynamic and accurate<br/>tools instead.},
  author       = {Loayza Vargas, Yury},
  isbn         = {978-91-88934-83-3},
  keyword      = {Electric Hybrid Vehicles,Electric Machine Design,Dynamic Testing,Dynamic loading,Synthetic Loading,FPGA,Torque Measurement,Field weakening controller (FWC),IPMSM,FEMM,LabVIEW,Dynamic Testing Technique,Dynamic Test Method,CompactRIO},
  language     = {eng},
  month        = {09},
  pages        = {210},
  publisher    = {Division of Industrial Electrical Engineering and Automation, Faculty of Engineering, Lund University},
  school       = {Lund University},
  title        = {Highly Dynamic Drives for Electric Hybrid Vehicles : Electric Machine Design and Dynamic Test Method},
  year         = {2017},
}