Abstract

The development of innovative technologies is increasingly oriented towards electrification of vehicle propulsion systems expected to lead to: a reduction of harmful emissions, an increased efficiency of vehicles, improved performances, a reduction of fuel consumption, a reduction of noise, and potentially lower maintenance costs. An electric drive technology implies a technol‐ ogy employing at least one drive device called electric motor. Three key electric drive technol‐ ogies are: hybrid electric, battery electric, and fuel cell electric technologies.


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Published on 18/12/12
Accepted on 18/12/12
Submitted on 18/12/12

Volume 2012, 2012
DOI: 10.5772/51770
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