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Heavy-Duty Electric Vehicles. From Concept to Reality

  • Book
  • March 2021
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
  • ID: 5029547
Heavy-Duty Electric Vehicles: From Concept to Reality presents a step-by-step design and development guide for heavy-duty electric vehicles. It also offers practical insights based on the commercial application of an electric city bus.

Heavy-duty electric vehicle design is challenging due to a lack of clear understanding of the government policies, R&D directions and uncertainty around the performance of various subsystems in an electric powertrain. Therefore, this book discusses key technical aspects of motors, power electronics, batteries and vehicle control systems, and outlines the system integration strategies necessary for design and safe operation of electric vehicles in practice.

This comprehensive book serves as a guide to engineers and decision makers involved in electric vehicle development programs and assists them in finding the suitable electric powertrain solution for a given heavy-duty vehicle application.

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Table of Contents

1. Heavy-duty Electric Vehicles and Society 2. Drivetrains Configurations for Heavy-duty Electric Vehicles 3. Electric Motor Drives for Heavy-duty Electric Vehicles 4. Materials and Manufacturing Methods for Advanced Li-ion Batteries 5. EV Battery Pack Engineering: Electrical Design and Mechanical Design 6. Charging Technologies and Standards Applicable to Heavy-duty Electric Vehicles 7. Drivetrain Control System in Heavy-duty Electric Vehicle Applications 8. Battery Management System: Charge Balancing and Temperature Control 9. Supervisory Control Systems for Heavy-duty Electric Vehicles 10. Technology Roadmap for Heavy-duty Electric Vehicles

Authors

Shashank Arora School of Engineering, Aalto University, Espoo, Finland. Shashank Arora is an Academy post-doctoral Research Fellow at the School of Engineering, Aalto University, Espoo, Finland. His research focuses on battery manufacturing, packaging and thermal management systems for electric vehicles. Shashank is a recipient of the Sir George Julius Medal for his contribution to Mechanical Engineering. He has also received recognition from the Technology Industries of Finland. Alireza Tashakori Abkenar TG Tech, Melbourne, Australia. Alireza Tashakori Abkenar is the EV Application Manager at MoTeC, Melbourne, Australia. He has successfully led multiple heavy-duty EV development projects including the Matilda Gen II Electric City Bus, which passed all the Australian Design Rules (ADR). He is currently focusing on EV drivetrain system and supervisory control design and integration of electric race cars in Australia and overseas. Shantha Gamini Jayasinghe Australian Maritime College, University of Tasmania, Australia. Shantha Gamini Jayasinghe is a Senior Lecturer at the Australian Maritime College, University of Tasmania, Australia. Shantha's research interests include power electronic converters, renewable energy technologies, grid integration of energy systems, shipboard power systems, electric propulsion and electric vehicles. Kari Tammi School of Engineering, Aalto University, Espoo, Finland. Kari Tammi is an Associate Professor at the School of Engineering, Aalto University, Espoo, Finland and the Chief Engineer Counselor of the Finnish Administrative Supreme Court. He is the Deputy Chair for IFTOMM Finland, and a member of IEEE and the Finnish Academy of Technology.