Electric Vehicles Encyclopedia

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IDTechEx has prepared the world's first encyclopedia on the present and future of electric vehicles and their components. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned practitioner, you can now obtain clarity about all those acronyms and the new terminology. We put this into the context of the three generations of range extenders, the three generations of lithium-ion traction batteries and the three levels of charging infrastructure, for example. As so many vehicle manufacturers now seek to make a wide variety of vehicles, we cover electric vehicles by land, water and air. This is also essential to those researching of making components and subsystems.

There are over 100 tables and illustrations including many block diagrams and cross sections and there is substantial explanatory text. This invaluable reference book is largely based on information from the latest IDTechEx events and reports on the subject and other expert sources, so it gives exceptional insight into what is happening. It is not loaded with nostalgia about the past - such as who invented what - because the focus is on easy access to useful information and the understanding of trends, benefits and challenges now and in future.

Over 200 acronyms and terms are explained. From your AUV to your AELDC, your KERS to your lithium sulfur, Mennekes plug and switched reluctance motor, it is all here. For example, motor Torque and Power are explained in terms of actual values for the various types of EV.

1. A

1.1. AC

1.2. ACIM

1.3. ACI

1.4. AC induction

1.5. AC motor

1.6. Advanced asynchronous motor variant - Chorus Motors

1.7. Advanced synchronous PM motor - Protean Electric

1.8. AELDC

1.9. Aerogel Capacitor

1.10. AGM

1.11. Airship

1.12. Alkaline batteries

1.13. Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitor

1.14. Ampere

1.15. AMV

1.16. Asymmetric electrochemical double layer capacitor

1.17. Asynchronous motor

1.18. ATEG

1.19. Automotive Thermoelectric Generators

1.20. Autonomous Underwater Vehicle AUV

1.21. AUV

1.22. AUV charging

1.23. Axial flux vs radial flux motors

1.24. Autonomous Underwater Vehicles AUVs

2. B

2.1. Bacitor

2.2. Battery

2.3. Battery capacity

2.4. Battery cells

2.5. Battery Electric Vehicle

2.6. Battery life

2.7. Battery Management System BMS

2.8. Battery State of Charge

2.9. BEV

2.10. Biomimetic

2.11. Bismuth telluride

2.12. BLDC traction motor

2.13. Blended mode

2.14. BMS

2.15. BOL

2.16. Brushed motor

2.17. Brushless DC

2.18. Brushless motor

2.19. BSOC

3. C

3.1. Cabattery

3.2. Cadmium telluride

3.3. Capacitance

3.4. Capacitor

3.5. Capacitor electrolytic

3.6. Capacitor electrostatic

3.7. Capacitor tantalum

3.8. CARB

3.9. CdTe

3.10. Ceramic Capacitor

3.11. CHAdeMO

3.12. Charge depleting mode

3.13. Charger

3.14. Charge sustaining mode

3.15. Charging electric vehicles

3.16. Charging station

3.17. CIGS

3.18. Clandestine Extended Range Vehicle CERV

3.19. COM-BAT

3.20. Commutator

3.21. Controller

3.22. Converter

3.23. Coulomb

3.24. CPU

4. D

4.1. DC

4.2. DDC

4.3. Deep hybridisation

4.4. de-ICE

4.5. Dielectric

4.6. DOD

4.7. DSSC

5. E

5.1. Earthed/Grounded

5.2. e-bike

5.3. ECM

5.4. EDLC

5.5. EH

5.6. Electric aircraft

5.7. Electric bicycle

5.8. Electric Corner Modules ECM

5.9. Electric helicopter

5.10. Electric motor

5.11. Electric motor scooters

5.12. Electric nose wheels

5.13. Electric traction motor

5.14. Electric Vehicle EV

5.15. Electric vehicle value chain

5.16. Electrochemical Double Layer Capacitor

5.17. Energy harvesting

5.18. Energy scavenging

5.19. EOL

5.20. eRoute

6. F

6.1. Farad

6.2. FCV or FCEV

6.3. FCHV

6.4. FCUV

6.5. Fixed Capacitor

6.6. Flying motorcycle

6.7. Flying submarines

6.8. Flywheel Energy Storage

6.9. Free piston engine

6.10. Fuel cell

7. G

7.1. GC

7.2. GHG

7.3. Glider AUV

7.4. Ground Support Equipment

7.5. GSE

8. H

8.1. HEV

8.2. High voltage systems

8.3. Hybrid aircraft

8.4. Hybrid bus

8.5. Hybrid electric vehicle

8.6. Hub motor

8.7. Humming bird

8.8. Hybrid

9. I

9.1. ICE

9.2. IGBT

9.3. Integrated Sensor Is Structure smart airship

9.4. Internal Combustion Engine

9.5. Induction motor

9.6. Inductive coupling

9.7. Inverter

9.8. In-wheel motor

9.9. In-wheel units

9.10. ISIS electric airship

10. J

10.1. Jaguar supercar

11. K

11.1. KERS

11.2. Kinetic Energy recovery System

11.3. kW

12. L

12.1. Laminar battery

12.2. Lane-splitting

12.3. Large Unmanned Aerial Vehicles LUAVs

12.4. Lead acid battery - Absorbed Glass Mat

12.5. Lead acid battery Flooded or Wet Cells

12.6. Lead acid battery Gel Cells

12.7. LCO

12.8. LEVA

12.9. Level One

12.10. Level Two

12.11. Level Three

12.12. LDV

12.13. LFP

12.14. Light Electric Vehicle Association

12.15. Light Electric Vehicle LEV

12.16. Li-ion

12.17. LiPo

12.18. Lithium-ion batteries

12.19. Lithium Cobalt Oxide

12.20. Lithium Iron Phosphate

12.21. Lithium manganese

12.22. Lithium polymer

12.23. Lithium sulfur

12.24. Lithium titanate

12.25. Lithium traction batteries - Second generation

12.26. Lithium traction batteries - Third generation

12.27. Low Speed Vehicles LSV

13. M

13.1. MATV

13.2. MEMS

13.3. Mennekes plug

13.4. Micro hybrid / Microhybrid

13.5. Microturbine

13.6. Mine Resistant Ambush Protected - All Terrain Vehicle

13.7. Mixed mode

13.8. Mobility aids for the disabled/ mobility vehicles

13.9. Mobility scooter

13.10. Monoblock engines

13.11. Motor controller

13.12. Multi-fuel engines

13.13. Multi-mode energy harvesting

14. N

14.1. Nano Air Vehicle

14.2. NAV

14.3. Neighborhood aircraft

14.4. Neighborhood Electric Vehicle NEV

14.5. Nickel-Metal Hydride battery

14.6. NiMH Battery

14.7. Noise Vibration Harshness

14.8. NVH

15. O

15.1. OCV

15.2. On Line Electric vehicle OLEV

16. P

16.1. PAS

16.2. Pb-Acid

16.3. Pedelec

16.4. PEFC

16.5. Personal Electric Vehicle PEV

16.6. PEV

16.7. PHEV

16.8. Photovoltaic

16.9. Piezoelectric

16.10. Plug-in

16.11. PM

16.12. PMAC traction motor

16.13. Pouch

16.14. Power

16.15. Power beaming

16.16. Power chairs

16.17. Power on demand bike

16.18. Power restricted vehicles

16.19. Printed electronics

16.20. Prismatic

16.21. Proton Electron Fuel Cell

16.22. Proton exchange membrane

16.23. Pulse Width Modulation

16.24. Pure Electric Vehicle PEV

16.25. PV

16.26. PWM

16.27. PZEV

16.28. PZT

17. R

17.1. Range Extended Electric Vehicle REEV

17.2. Range extender

17.3. Rare earths

17.4. RBS

17.5. RE

17.6. REEV

17.7. Regen

17.8. Regenerative Braking System

17.9. Regenerative soaring

17.10. Resonant power transfer

17.11. Robot insects and tiny birds

18. S

18.1. SAE levels of charging

18.2. Scooter

18.3. SCR

18.4. Sea scooters

18.5. Separator

18.6. SepEx

18.7. Series motor

18.8. SIM Drive

18.9. SLA

18.10. SLI

18.11. SM

18.12. Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles SUAVs

18.13. Smart grid

18.14. Smart skin

18.15. Society of Automotive Engineers SAE

18.16. Solar Impulse

18.17. Solar road vehicles

18.18. Solar train

18.19. Specific energy

18.20. Split path

18.21. SRM

18.22. SUAV

18.23. Supercabatteries

18.24. SuperCap

18.25. Supercapacitor

18.26. Super grid

18.27. SVR

18.28. Swimmer

18.29. Switched reluctance motor

18.30. Synchronous machines SM

18.31. Synchronous motor

19. T

19.1. Tantalum Capacitor

19.2. TDI

19.3. Torque

19.4. TPM

19.5. TPMS

19.6. Traction battery

20. U

20.1. ULEV

20.2. Ultra Broadband Capacitor UBC

20.3. Ultracapacitors

21. V

21.1. Vehicle Management System VMS

21.2. VEM

21.3. VMS

21.4. Volt

21.5. VRLA

22. W

22.1. Wankel engine

22.2. Wh

22.3. Wireless Power Transmission WPT

23. Y

23.1. Yazaki connector for charging

24. Z

24.1. ZEV

INTRODUCTION

APPENDIX 1: IDTECHEX PUBLICATIONS AND CONSULTANCY

TABLES

2.1. Advantages and disadvantages of brushless traction motors

3.1. The good and the bad of inductive contactless charging of electric vehicles

18.1. SAE six levels of charging

18.2. Data for RQ-11A version of AeroVironment Raven

19.1. Typical torque for the electric motors in the various types of electric vehicle

19.2. What is on the way in or out with traction batteries

FIGURES

1.1. 60/15 kW Chorus Meshcon motor

1.2. Protean in-wheel motor for on-road vehicles

1.3. Northrop Grumman electric airship

1.4. Asynchronous motor

1.5. Planned BMW ATEG system

1.6. . See Level One, Two, Three and Charging Electric Vehicles.

1.7. Axial flux in-wheel motor driving a bicycle and a propeller.

2.1. Construction of a battery cell

2.2. BMS

2.3. Fraunhofer IIS BMS

2.4. BLDC traction motor

2.5. Brushed motor

3.1. CHAdeMO plug: NEXCO EV Quick

3.2. TEPCO CHAdeMO Level 3 "Quick" fast charging plug

3.3. Nissan backed charging stations being installed in the USA by region

3.4. Hino "no plug in" bus

3.5. In-road charging of small buses in Turin Italy

3.6. Charging station

3.7. CERV

3.8. COM-BAT concept

3.9. COM-BAT concept

3.10. Brushed DC motor control circuit

3.11. Typical 50 kW electric drive system

5.1. e-bike

5.2. Some proposals for suburban electric aircraft.

5.3. EADS concept of a VoltAir electric 'fanliner'

5.4. Sikorsky all electric helicopter

5.5. Multiple electric motors on a NASA solar powered, unmanned aircraft for the upper atmosphere

5.6. WheelTug electrified airliner nose wheel

5.7. DLR electric nosewheel

5.8. Electric vehicle value chain

6.1. Fuel Cell Hybrid Vehicle.

6.2. Fuel Cell Underwater Vehicle

6.3. Samson Motorworks flying motorcycle

6.4. Bionic Dolphin and Neckar Nymph

6.5. Gannet diving and planned Cormorant military spy plane/submarine

6.6. Free piston engine

6.7. Fuel cell

6.8. Fuel cell hybrid taxi

6.9. Fuel cell trial in airport GSE (see GSE)

6.10. HyLite Fuel Cell System Package

6.11. Evolution of range extenders

6.12. Propulsion system architecture

6.13. Fuel cells and other allied technologies

7.1. Glider AUV

8.1. Aircraft with a serial hybrid electric drive system first flown in 2011.

8.2. GE hybrid electric aircraft configuration

8.3. University of Colorado hybrid aeroengine

8.4. Hybrid buses

8.5. Hybrid bus prices compared to conventional diesel

8.6. Hybrid electric bus manufacturers

8.7. Hybrid technology evolving as traction batteries improve

8.8. The convergence of hybrid and pure electric technologies

9.1. Inverter for Toyota hybrid vehicle motor.

9.2. Integrated Sensor Is Structure (ISIS) smart airship

10.1. Jaguar super car using electric drive with mini turbine range extenders - lessons for aviation

11.1. KERS schematic

11.2. Flywheel KERS system layout

12.1. Aerovironment Helios and Global Observer

12.2. Global Observer first flight August 2010

12.3. Odysseus self assembling unmanned electric UAV

12.4. Sunlight Eagle

12.5. Lockheed Martin morphing electric UAV

12.6. Lockheed Martin solar airship and P791 concepts

12.7. Slow charging station in China for lithium-ion batteries

12.8. Forklift truck lead acid battery charger, charging up to 900 ampere-hour of batteries in about eight hours

12.9. Fast charger for lead acid traction batteries in electric bicycles in China

12.10. Level 3 vehicle-side connector

12.11. Offerings of lithium-ion traction battery manufacturers.

12.12. Lithium polymer

13.1. Mine resistant ambush protected - All Terrain Vehicle MATV

13.2. MATV structure

13.3. Mennekes plug

13.4. Adura MESA powertrain for buses and trucks employing Capstone turbine range extender

13.5. The Bladon Jets microturbine range extender

13.6. Twin Bladon jets in rear of Jaguar C-X75 concept supercar exhibited in 2010

13.7. Planned Velozzi supercar with miniturbine range extender

13.8. Mobility scooter

13.9. Mobility scooter with weather protection

13.10. Lotus monoblock hybrid engine

13.11. A hybrid boat

14.1. Puffin concept

15.1. KAIST OLEVs

16.1. Pedelec

16.2. LaserMotive objectives illustrated

16.3. T-Ink printed and laminated overhead control console for an electric car

16.4. Price of pure electric vehicles

16.5. PWM signals of varying duty cycles

17.1. Electraflyer Trike

17.2. Electraflyer uncowled

17.3. Principle of the WiTricity Delphi wireless charging system

17.4. Examples of robot insects

17.5. UAS nano swarm vignette

17.6. Military hummingbird

18.1. Suzuki Bergman fuel cell powered scooter.

18.2. SIM Drive in-wheel traction

18.3. Lockheed flying cameras based on tree seeds

18.4. Examples of SUAV rechargeable lithium batteries. Top: Flight Power "EVO 20" lithium polymer battery. Bottom: Sion Power lithium sulphur

18.5. Aeroplanes but not as we know them - SPI electrical SUAV

18.6. AeroVironment Raven

18.7. Raven enhancement

18.8. Aqua Puma

18.9. Rotomotion VTOL electrical UAV incorporating video camera, telemetry, auto takeoff and landing

18.10. .Lite Machines Voyeur UAV

18.11. Voyeur in action

18.12. US Airforce interest in smart sensing skin for aircraft and aircrew

18.13. Examples of on board solar power charging land electric vehicle batteries

18.14. Solar train concept and underwater docking chargers already in use, both involving lithium-ion traction batteries

18.15. AUV

18.16. View of AUV in water

18.17. Synchronous machines - electric motors without magnets

18.18. Synchronous motor

21.1. Vehicle Management System

21.2. Vehicle Energy Management system as shown below. Synonymous with VMS below.

22.1. Clarian Laboratories range extender

23.1. Yazaki's SAE J1772 compliant electric vehicle connecto

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