D2.1 Report on the EM-TECH integrated electric motors, electric drives, and associated controllers
The Horizon Europe EM-TECH project brings together 10 participants from industry and academia to develop novel solutions to push the boundaries of electric machine technology for automotive traction.
Target of this deliverable (related to Task T2.1) is to define the basic sizes (continuous and peak torque and power ratings, mass, expected available packaging envelopes) of the investigated components and systems for case studies. Furthermore, a set of integrated EM-TECH corner modules and on-board electric drive solutions for electric vehicles are defined to cover the widest possible range of vehicle segments.
This deliverable also describes the associated machine control such as the cooling control and the inverter control for the new machines, and the vehicle controls to exploit the benefits to vehicle performance brought by the new machines, including the wheel slip control, the motor regenerative braking and braking blending, and the anti-jerk control.
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