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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Systemic Design And Control of Electric Vehicles Power Chain

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Moez Hadj Kacem, Souhir Tounsi, Rafik Neji



Index Terms- Electric Vehicles , Design, Control, Electromagnetic switches, generating coil parameters, power chain.



Abstract- In this paper, we describe a method of systemic design of electric vehicles (EVs) power chain, reducing the cost of production and the energy consumption. This method rests on the choice of the structure and the components of this chain. For this purpose, we have selected a modular structure of a synchronous engine with permanent magnets and axial flux. The choice of the static converter oriented toward a two-level voltage structure and electromagnetic switches aims at increasing the reliability of the global system and eliminating the multiple inconveniences of the IGBTs. The adaptation of this low-frequency converter structure is assured by the insertion of a gearing speed amplifier . Finally, the modelling under the environment of Matlab/Simulink of the power chain validate this approach of design entirely.



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