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(DOCEV) Special Issue, concern the design and control of electric vehicles optimizing the power chain performances. The main objective is to develop methodologies of systematic design of electric vehicles (EVs) power chain, reducing the cost and the consumption. These methodologies rest on the choice of the structure and the components of this chain reducing jointly the cost and the consumption of EVs.
1. Design of electric motors by finite element and analytical methods.
2. Development of systemic control strategies adapted to sizing methods.
3. Optimizing the performance of electric vehicles.
5. Fault tracing and diagnostics.
6. Identification of the electric motors.
7. Electrothermal Characterization of the EVs power chain.
8. Experimental validation of design approaches.