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Power electronics is a type of circuitry that ensures convenient use by efficiently, compactly, and robustly transferring power from a source to a load.
Using diodes, transistors, and thyristors, this device is used to regulate the transformation of electric power from one form to another. Power electronics in electric vehicles are in charge of converting and managing the system’s supply of electric power.
The electric vehicle system uses some of the main power electronic components and functionality. These include onboard chargers, converters, and inverters. Power electronic devices can be used to efficiently carry out operations at high voltage or current because they provide a quicker switching rate at a better efficiency.
In addition, power electronics regulate the flow of energy in both directions, depending on demand, and the regenerated energy can be returned to the utility.
The Russia EV Power electronics market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Electrified car inverters now utilized by Denso Corporation and FLOSFIA, a tech start-up spun out from Kyoto University, have announced a strategic cooperation to create a next-generation power electronics device. This device is projected to minimize energy loss, cost, size, and weight (EVs).
To promote wider EV use and usher in a future of safer, more environmentally friendly mobility, the two businesses are working together on a new collaborative development initiative. As part of its Series C investment round, FLOSFIA has issued additional shares, which Denso has bought in addition to the joint development collaboration.
With a broad band-gap of 5.3 eV and a strong electric breakdown field strength, these semiconductors outperform other semiconductors on the market and are better able to tolerate high voltage applications.
In the long run, according to Denso, they will take the place of the silicon (Si) and silicon carbide (SiC) power semiconductors already in use and contribute to the advancement of technologies for electric cars. The two businesses will carry out more research and development on high-voltage goods, such as semiconductors, for hybrid and electric cars.
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