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The microscopic model of battery discharging in the case of a lead-acid August 10, 2015 The microscopic model of battery discharging in the case of a lead-acid Szabo Levente explains a microscopic model of discharging in the case of a lead-acid battery and offers simple models taking ... Read more Don't get stuck at the light: start-stop technology and battery management August 05, 2015 Don't get stuck at the light: start-stop technology and battery management If the futurists are correct, in 50 years our grandchildren will be driving autonomous electric vehicles that they summon ... Read more HiL simulation in the test of hybrid powertrains July 09, 2015 HiL simulation in the test of hybrid powertrains Today, automobiles are equipped with an enormous number of ECUs to manage expanded functionality and advanced controls in ... Read more Wireless power transfer breaks all connections, Part 3 April 07, 2015 Wireless power transfer breaks all connections, Part 3 Sanjaya Maniktala offers a third part of a high-level review of the current state of wireless power transfer (WPT). Read more Wireless power transfer breaks all connections, Part 2 March 23, 2015 Wireless power transfer breaks all connections, Part 2 Sanjaya Maniktala offers a second part of a high-level review of the current state of wireless power transfer (WPT). Read more Wireless power transfer breaks all connections, Part 1 March 16, 2015 Wireless power transfer breaks all connections, Part 1 Sanjaya Maniktala offers the first part of a high-level review of the current state of wireless power transfer (WPT). Read more Challenges in Battery Management for Hybrid/Electric Vehicles January 29, 2015 Challenges in Battery Management for Hybrid/Electric Vehicles Advances in battery technology have enabled some of the most exciting recent innovations in the automotive market, giving ... Read more Do electric vehicle batteries on the grid make sense? December 18, 2014 Do electric vehicle batteries on the grid make sense? Mike Everett, CTO at Maxwell Technologies, speaks out against the use of electric vehicle batteries for storage in the smart ... Read more How to set-up a knock-sensor signal-conditioning system October 30, 2014 How to set-up a knock-sensor signal-conditioning system Engine knock occurs in engine cylinders because of improper ignition timing or faulty components. Modern cars incorporate ... Read more Lateral GaN Transistors – A Replacement for IGBT devices in Automotive Applications September 26, 2014 Lateral GaN Transistors – A Replacement for IGBT devices in Automotive Applications The current drive-train power requirements of most hybrid vehicles (HVs) and electric vehicles (EVs) are met by using Silicon ... Read more
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