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Total Solutions of System Integration and Development Technology for EV

Electronic Vehicle and System Verification Group R & D Division, Automotive Research and Testing Center, Changhua, 50544, Taiwan
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World Electr. Veh. J. 2010, 4(2), 300-306;
Published: 25 June 2010
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In recent years, the research of Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV) focuses on energy storage systems, drive system and control strategy. However, one of the important subjects to enhance the performance of BEV is to research the parameters of transmission until the power battery and other technologies are mellow. For the BEV drive system parameters design, such as motor power and output torque as well as transmission gear ratio and the matching have significant impacts on each other for driving range and performance of BEV. Hence, in BEV research and developmental phase, in order to meet the requirements of vehicle performance access to the best structure, generally it must base on different needs to optimize the parameters of the drive system and to consider the combination of vehicle operation among the various components. For this reason, it will be conducive to the rapid development and be widely used for BEV. Therefore, in this paper, the discussion of the design, analysis, matching and system integration of BEV component parameters is proposed, which can be used as a reference for the future development of BEV.
Keywords: Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV); System Integration; Parameter Matching Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV); System Integration; Parameter Matching
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Chen, C.-A.; Lin, M.-C.; Jiang, C.-S. Total Solutions of System Integration and Development Technology for EV. World Electr. Veh. J. 2010, 4, 300-306.

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