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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 7, July 2019 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



EV’s Pulsating Torque Impact On Road-Tire Grip

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AUTHOR(S)

Chaouachi Taoufik, Lassaad Sbita

 

KEYWORDS

Strategy of control, pulsating torque, grip, slip, in-wheel motor, electric vehicle, Permanent magnetic synchronous motor. Inverter.

 

ABSTRACT

This paper presents the development of electro-mechanical model of electric ground vehicle, which is equipped with independently actuated in-wheel BLDC motors. Such an electric vehicle (EV) employs in-wheel BLDC motors to independently drive the wheels which is one of the promising vehicle architectures primarily due to its actuation flexibility, energy efficiency, and performance potentials. As known the BLDC has a fluctuation torque where the traditional strategy control for vehicles find to reach the smooth torque [5-10] but the pulsating toque can bring interesting advantage specially to grip the tire to the wet road.

 

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