HBK’s Mitch Marks discusses reactive power, including RMS values, fundamental values, and filter selection to achieve the desired result.
HBK’s Mitch Marks discusses the failure modes of electric motors and explains the benefits of measuring electrical values for durability testing.
AVL’s Nikolaus Keuth and Robert Binder explain how engineers can streamline their development tasks using Concerto 5 R7 data processing software.
Yajie Wang of Renesas presents the RH850/C1M-Ax microcontroller (MCU), which paves the way for next-generation e-drive inverters and is ideal for highly cost-optimized ASIL-C automotive traction motor control systems.
NXP’s Erik Santiago and Angela Bernal Pinzon propose a safety concept for HV-LV power converters that increases availability without full redundancy.
NXP’s Baptiste Vignasse and Jérôme Dietsch explain how to increase fault tolerance and maintain motor control functionality if failure occurs.
HBK’s Mitch Marks explains how to analyze, track, and measure electric motor harmonics.
Assaf Harel of Karamba Security provides unique insight into the E-motor inverter, focusing on critical cybersecurity risks, intellectual property threats and remediations.
HBK’s Klaus Lang discusses a method that uses advanced cycle detection to conduct real-time analysis and reduce electric drive testing times by 50%.
DSD’s Jason Schneider and AK Arafat walk through the processes and tools used to develop cutting-edge motor control strategies, blending simulation and conventional physical testing.
HBK’s Mitch Marks discusses using back EMF measurements to characterize and validate motors at the end of an assembly line to decide if a part meets the requirements for production quickly.
KPIT’s Tanmay Agrawal explains how to address electric vehicle engineering challenges by adopting an integrated model-based systems approach.
HBK’s Tom Kevenaar explains how averaging of signals and measurements in electric power testing could and sometimes should be carried out to obtain the best and most meaningful results.
HBK’s Sönke Treinies explains how engineers can understand the different fault conditions of eVTOL aircraft to increase range and ensure airworthiness.
AVL’s Stefan Pfragner and Christian Juwan present findings from their BMW iX benchmark study, which links technology to the vehicle’s strengths and highlights the end-consumer benefits.
HBK’s Mitch Marks discusses basic noise mechanisms in electric machines and introduces NVH vocabulary for electrical engineers.
HBK’s Alexander Stock provides insight into the influence, determination, and propagation of measurement uncertainty in electric vehicle development.
Renesas experts explain how an xEV inverter application model and software control the motor, reducing software development time and effort.
Andreas Abel explains how HBK Power analyzers utilize CAN to accelerate testing processes with a high update rate on feedback, data recording, and test control.
Lee Rogers and Ahmed Elmekkawi explain DSD’s approach to engineering sustainable eMachines.