INDUCTIVE COUPLER FOR BATTERY CHARGING SYSTEM OF HEAVY ELECTRIC VEHICLES
Keywords:Wireless power transfer, battery charging of heavy electric vehicles, finite element analysis
This paper proposes a robust fault-tolerant control (FTC) for the dual three-phase (DTP) induction machines under failures controlled by a higher-order sliding mode control strategy. However, the DTP induction machine is increasingly used because of better reliability and a supply division. A passive and an active FTC law have been designed and tested on DTP. The proposed method not only realizes the FTC and the fault elimination but also provides a possible solution for emulating a traction system using a direct continue machine (DCM) supplied by a four-quadrant chopper. Therefore, the emulation system is based on a controlled DCM, which imposes the same behavior of the mechanical power train of an electric vehicle to the DTP. Simulation results are given to verify the robustness and good performance of the proposed fault-tolerant control scheme.
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