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Infineon Supplying Power Chips to Tesla 2010-11-30
Author: Peter Clarke
From: EETimes
Infineon Technologies AG is supplying power chips for electric cars from 2003 startup Tesla Motors Inc., according to a Bloomberg report that quotes Infineon CEO Peter Bauer.
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Large Li-ion battery packs: Active balancing improves many parameters - Part 1 2010-11-30
Author: Jack Marcinkowski
From: EETimes
The 1st part of this article explains the challenges associated with implementation of large Li-Ion battery packs for automotive applications and highlights the advantages of active balancing vs. passive balancing methods. Passive balancing has dominated Li-ion battery packs in the past. Economic pr
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Large Li-ion battery packs: Active balancing improves many parameters – part 2 2010-11-30
Author: Jack Marcinkowski
From: EETimes
In Part 1 one of this article it was shown that an active cell balancing Battery Management System (BMS) is the best solution for large Li-Ion battery packs for automotive applications. A conclusion was reached that active cell balancing is a key enabler of the EV revolution. The 2nd part of this ar
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Round-trip engineering is key to AUTOSAR 2010-11-30
Author: Guido Sandmann, Michael Seibt
From: EETimes
In an AUTOSAR-based development process a number of different tools are used and it is crucial that these tools work smoothly together. In this article, Mentor Graphics and Mathworks demonstrate that round-trip engineering is essential for tool interoperability. It enables engineers in the automotiv
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New Engine Technology Breathes New Life into Old Designs 2010-11-29
Author: Peter F. Meier
From: Motor Age
It takes energy to compress an air/fuel charge, spin the individual piston through its four strokes and overcome the friction inherent in all the moving parts. This is negative energy, or the amount of energy it takes to produce the mechanical work needed in the combustion process. The energy releas
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Catalytic Converters not Always the Problem with Catalyst Efficiency 2010-11-29
Author: Peter F. Meier
From: Motor Age
The catalytic converter is the emissions system's last chance to clean up exhaust gases before they reach the atmosphere. It does so by storing excess oxygen during times of lean combustion mixtures and releasing oxygen during rich mixtures, oxidizing the combustion gases and converting them to gase
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Author: ADI
From: ADI
The growing popularity of electric and hybrid-electric vehicles (HEVs) is placing new emphasis on the need for battery management to monitor voltage levels and provide car makers with the means to reduce battery weight, size and cost. Because HEV batteries operate at high voltages of up to 600 V, is
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Steer-by-wire – a solution to many design challenges 2010-11-25
Author: Markus Plankensteiner
From: EETimes
Despite recent setbacks, the steer-by-wire technology is alive and well – at least in specific off-highway markets. In this realm, many X-by-wire solutions are already in production and could easily be adopted by the passenger car industry. The article provides an overview over technologies, standar
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MEMS rate sensor features high reliability for accurate dead-reckoning 2010-11-25
Author: Christoph Hammerschmidt
From: EETimes
With its MEV-50C-R MEMS rate sensor, Murata aims at automotive navigation markets: The device supports dead-reckoning for car navigation devices plus the high reliability and thermal stability required for automotive environments. The rate sensor nevertheless can be used in other applications as wel
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Author: Howard Wisniowski
From: ADI
Tuning its proprietary iCoupler® digital isolation technology to meet the reliability and quality needs of emerging electric-hybrid vehicles, Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) is introducing a family of digital isolators designed to operate in today’s electrically challenging automotive environment. Unlike
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