In an electric vehicle (EV), the electric propulsion system is in charge of converting electrical energy into mechanical energy to push the vehicle through aerodynamic drag, rolling resistance drag, and kinetic resistance.
The Global Tracked vehicle electric propulsion market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Electric Propulsion Technology For Tracked Levitated Vehicles.The use of tracked, levitated, high-speed ground transportation vehicles powered by electric propulsion technology.
The linear induction motor is shown, together with any related power conditioning. The American Department of Transportation is currently testing and developing the electric power and propulsion systems of a few different vehicles.
The U.S. The Department of Transportation is developing a number of vehicles, and the electric propulsion characteristics of these vehicles using linear induction motors are provided.
The primary objective of the linear induction motor research vehicle (LIMRV), a 250 mph research vehicle, is linear motor.
The tracked levitated research vehicle (TLRV) is an air cushion levitated 300 mph vehicle whose goal is to do research on both track levitation and high speed propulsion.
The 150 mph, air cushion levitated, 60 passenger prototype tracked air cushion vehicle (PTACV) is designed for intra-urban use.
The gas-turbine-driven alternator that powers the LIMRV’s on-board power source delivers variable-frequency electricity to the LIM.
Three-phase electric power is gathered by the TLRV and PTACV from the side. The PTACV power conditioner offers variable-voltage fixed-frequency power control, while the LIMRV and TLRV use power conditioners rated at roughly 1 mph/Hz.
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