Advanced Electric Drive Vehicles
Electrification is an evolving paradigm shift in the transportation industry toward more efficient, higher performance, safer, smarter, and more reliable vehicles. There is in fact a clear trend to move from internal combustion engines (ICEs) to more integrated electrified powertrains.
Providing a detailed overview of this growing area, Advanced Electric Drive Vehicles begins with an introduction to the automotive industry, an explanation of the need for electrification, and a presentation of the fundamentals of conventional vehicles and ICEs. It then proceeds to address the major components of electrified vehicles—i.e., power electronic converters, electric machines, electric motor controllers, and energy storage systems.
This comprehensive work:
- Covers more electric vehicles (MEVs), hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs), plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs), range-extended electric vehicles (REEVs), and all-electric vehicles (EVs) including battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and fuel cell vehicles (FCVs)
- Describes the electrification technologies applied to nonpropulsion loads, such as power steering and air-conditioning systems
- Discusses hybrid battery/ultra-capacitor energy storage systems, as well as 48-V electrification and belt-driven starter generator systems
- Considers vehicle-to-grid (V2G) interface and electrical infrastructure issues, energy management, and optimization in advanced electric drive vehicles
- Contains numerous illustrations, practical examples, case studies, and challenging questions and problems throughout to ensure a solid understanding of key concepts and applications
Advanced Electric Drive Vehicles makes an ideal textbook for senior-level undergraduate or graduate engineering courses and a user-friendly reference for researchers, engineers, managers, and other professionals interested in transportation electrification.
Automotive Industry and Electrification; Ali Emadi and Josipa G. Petrunic
Fundamentals of Conventional Vehicles and Powertrains; William Long and Berker Bilgin
Internal Combustion Engines; Fengjun Yan
Fundamentals of Power Electronics; Pierre Magne, Xiaodong Shi, and Mahesh Krishnamurthy
Fundamentals of Electric Machines; Berker Bilgin and Anand Sathyan
Fundamentals of Electric Motor Control; Nicholas J. Nagel
Fundamentals of Electric Energy Storage Systems; Pawel P. Malysz, Lucia Gauchia, and Hong H. Yang
Hybrid Energy Storage Systems; Omer C. Onar and Alireza Khaligh
Low-Voltage Electrical Systems for Nonpropulsion Loads; Ruoyu Hou, Pierre Magne, and Berker Bilgin
48-V Electrification: Belt-Driven Starter Generator Systems; Sanjaka G. Wirasingha, Mariam Khan, and Oliver Gross
Fundamentals of Hybrid Electric Powertrains; Mengyang Zhang, Piranavan Suntharalingam, Yinye Yang, and Weisheng Jiang
Hybrid Electric Vehicles; Piranavan Suntharalingam, Yinye Yang, and Weisheng Jiang
Fundamentals of Chargers; Fariborz Musavi
Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles; Yinye Yang, Weisheng Jiang, and Piranavan Suntharalingam
All-Electric Vehicles and Range-Extended Electric Vehicles; Weisheng Jiang, Yinye Yang, and Piranavan Suntharalingam
Vehicle-to-Grid Interface and Electrical Infrastructure; Giampaolo Carli, Arash Shafiei, Florence Berthold, and Sheldon S. Williamson
Energy Management and Optimization; Ilse Cervantes
"I strongly recommend this attractive textbook to a wide audience of engineering educators, students, and engineers in industry who are interested in automotive power electronics and drives."
—Marian P. Kazmierkowski, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland, from IEEE Industrial Electronics Magazine, December 2015
"... covers an extreme variety of procedures and aspects for advanced electric drive vehicles providing helpful illustrations, practical examples, and case studies. All seventeen chapters are written by experts in the respective fields offering the knowledge that is required for the current trends of HEVs, PHEVs, and EVs, as well as for the future pathways. Each chapter comes with a set of exercises and solved examples, which would be very convenient for students following Master courses. Moreover, detailed references are included, providing the original sources and directions for further reading. I was delighted to see analytical discussions of application-specific examples, case studies, challenging questions and assignments that are addressed to electric vehicle engineers and transportation electrification scientists, who seek to extend their knowledge in similar applications. As a summary, I could easily say that this book is one of the best in its field, since it covers almost about everything a transport engineer has to know about EVs and the related innovative technologies."
—Christos-Nikolaos E. Anagnostopoulos, from IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Magazine, Summer 2015
"…This is a hot topic in electrical engineering and the book is a good document to keep updated on the latest advances in this area."
—Francisco J. Azcondo, University of Cantabria, Spain
"This is the most comprehensive book covering all major aspects of various advanced electric drive vehicles including hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs), plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs), and electric vehicles (EVs). ... It is a state-of-the-art textbook with a modern approach in teaching. It includes presentation files, numerous illustrations, practical examples, questions, and hands-on laboratory instructions. ... The chapters not only provide an excellent overview of the innovations of HEVs, PHEVs, and EVs over the past century, but also point to innovative pathways for the future. They teach the readers the skills that are required to excel in today’s rapidly changing automotive industry. ... I am very confident that this will be a very excellent textbook for academic as well as industry professionals. Each topic in this book is written by world renowned experts; such a collaborative work has not been seen so far in textbooks available in this area. ... I can definitely use this book for internal technical trainings within my company and for short course trainings."
—Dr. Anand Sathyan, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada