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Cassiano F. Moraes and Heitor J. Tessaro

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HIL Testing EV Drive Units with Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors

Posted by Cassiano F. Moraes and Heitor J. Tessaro on Dec 1, 2022 11:26:18 AM

Topics: e-Mobility, Technology Article

HIL Testing EV Drives with PMSM HERO IMAGE

 

The evolution of Electric Vehicles (EVs) is directly related to the development and use of more efficient and reliable components. Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors (PMSMs) provide higher efficiency and power density in a smaller frame, which contributes to achieving targets set forth for EVs. This article outlines the benefits of PMSMs in the e-Mobility sector and how Typhoon HIL solutions can help test and validate the complex controllers required by PMSM-based drive units using ultra-high-fidelity simulations of finite element method (FEM) models.

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Testing DC Fast Chargers Against Faults and Grid Disturbances

Posted by Cassiano F. Moraes and Heitor J. Tessaro on Nov 9, 2022 11:05:36 AM

Topics: e-Mobility, Technology Article

Testing DC Fast Chargers Against Faults and Grid Disturbances


With the rise of EVs in the mobility sector, safe testing and integration of DC fast chargers in existing grids have become a priority. See how Typhoon HIL solutions can help with rapid control prototyping of new charging infrastructure and streamline the validation testing process.

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Leading DC Fast Charging with HIL

Posted by Cassiano F. Moraes and Heitor J. Tessaro on Sep 27, 2022 1:27:23 PM

Topics: e-Mobility, Technology Article

Leading DC Fast Charging

 

The main roadblock that currently holds back electric vehicles (EVs) from becoming the mainstream transportation method is their increased charging time in long-distance driving. But this is where DC Fast Chargers (DCFC) come in. DCFC can revolutionize the e-Mobility industry by providing a faster and more efficient charging experience, also enabling the fast charging of electrified fleets and heavy-duty vehicles. For this, power converters and controllers for DCFC need to be widely tested to ensure high efficiency and reliability in the charging process, increasing development complexity.

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