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E-Mobility Engineering - Issue 009

Highlights in this issue include a dossier on the Energica Eva Ribelle e-bike, a conversation with Dr Pat Anderson the CTO of VerdeGo Aero and a digest on the VIA Motors CHEMA skateboard. We have focuses on power electronics, condition monitoring and battery cooling. We have a deep insight into vehicle-to-grid (V2G) charging, take a look at the Tesla Octovalve and much more...

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  • Intro - While EVs have now made it into the mainstream, issues surrounding the electrification of other types of transport remain
  • The Grid - Texas Instruments unveils wireless BMS, EU project aims to develop redox flow battery for marine vessels, UK consortium has plans for a quiet motor for urban aircraft, and more...
  • In conversation: Dr Pat Anderson - The CTO of VerdeGo Aero tells us how he blends his academic research with development of commercial aviation technology
  • Dossier: Energica Eva Ribelle - We look at how this e-bike has been designed to be used for urban commuting as well as a high-performance racer
  • Focus: Power electronics - Inverter designers can choose between three types of switching technology, so what are the advantages and drawbacks of each one?
  • Digest: VIA Motors CHEMA skateboard - Skateboards are key to giving the modularity needed for EVs of different types, so here we detail how this one was designed and developed
  • Focus: Condition monitoring - How to keep a check on the health and performance of the key components in EVs
  • Deep insight: Vehicleto-grid charging - Bidirectional charging for EVs is changing and its adoption is growing, but there is still work to do, as we explain
  • Focus: Battery cooling - The options for liquid-cooling systems and their working fluids for EV batteries
  • PS: Tesla Octovalve analysis - The engineering details at the heart of the Model Y’s heat pump, as provided by an independent stripdown

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