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ePropelled Electric Vehicle Motor
ePropelled, a Massachusetts-based technology firm that provides cutting-edge electric propulsion systems mobility, today announced the introduction of a game-changing new electric vehicle (EV) propulsion system that will be displayed at the Cenex-LCV in Millbrook, United Kingdom. Manufacturers will be able to lower the cost and size of their battery packs thanks to this innovative technology and a series of improvements, which enhances power efficiency by at least 15%. Smaller EVs may be uneconomical due to the high cost of battery packs, which can account for up to 30% of the vehicle’s cost. EVs will be more profitable if this cost is reduced, and customers will be more likely to embrace them.
Dynamic Torque SwitchingTM (eDTS=ePropelled”s Dynamic Torque Switching™) by ePropelled is a software-controlled reconfigurable propulsion engine that serves as the cornerstone of a fully electric vehicle propulsion system. eDTS enables the electric motor to provide strong torque at low speeds without consuming a lot of battery power. It also achieves high speeds at low torque levels without relying on field weakening, boosting overall efficiency. eDTS is a modular design that may be utilized in a wide range of electric vehicles, from scooters and three-wheelers used for last-mile deliveries to automobiles and trucks.
This relevant innovation is a drive system idea that allows a small less-weight electric machine to dynamically switch between a variety of combination modes to give a considerably larger range of high efficiency while consuming less power. The management system is set up to allow for a smooth transition across modes in order to offer the best torque, speed, and performance properties instantaneously.
At the Cenex-LCV 2021 exhibition in Millbrook on September 22-23, the technology company will disclose and demonstrate its revolutionary electric motor concept in the ARMD booth, #SP-20, and the Wales stand, #C3-117. With the help of Embed, Ltd., ePropelled installed the eDTS system in a Tata Tiago, which will be seen on exhibit at the Cenex-LCV conference. This variant of the new propulsion system can deliver a constant power output of 60 kW and a peak power output of 180 kW. (for 10 seconds). Because the system is scalable, eDTS technology may be utilized in a variety of vehicles.
Nick Grewal, ePropelled’s CEO, and the president said, “We are very thrilled to be able to demonstrate our technology at Cenex-LCV 2021 and are looking forward to briefing industry experts about our solutions.” “The battery will continue to be the most expensive component in an electric vehicle for the next few years. Our method makes considerably better use of battery power, allowing a manufacturer to reduce the size of the battery pack by at least 15%. Vehicles will be significantly more lucrative as a result, while still fulfilling consumer expectations for range and performance.”
The transportation industry emits 29 percent of greenhouse gas emissions, as per the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), with a typical passenger vehicle generating around 4.6 metric tons of carbon dioxide per year. To mitigate this detrimental impact, moving to eMobility is critical.
“ePropelled provides technology that not only facilitates the transition to electric vehicles but also helps to save energy. “There is significant benefit in lowering greenhouse gas emissions not just from automobiles, but also from power generation and the grid upstream,” Grewal said.
Dr. Nabeel Shirazee, ePropelled’s CTO, and David Hudson, ePropelled’s Head of EV Strategy, will give a session headlined “Using Magnetic Engineering to Improve EV Performance,” which will cover the performance gains seen in our benchmark testing. This will happen at 12:30 p.m. on Thursday, September 23, during the “Power Electronics Machines and Drives” session.
“The work was done using digital twin software simulation programs at first, then on a dyno, and eventually in a vehicle,” said David Hudson, head of EV strategy. “Because the prototype was attached to an actual EV, the findings could be compared to the original EV drivetrain Bosch motor system. We validated that our motor is significantly more efficient, and we are excited to present the findings at Cenex.”
“ePropelled had previously provided a functional bench-top proof-of-principle system, and the next step was to develop a full-scale demonstration vehicle,” Dr. Shirazee continued. As a technological business, we understand the importance of creativity and invention in allowing the shift to electric vehicles. We’re ecstatic to be a part of a global effort to create green technology for the UK and the rest of the world.”
For both days of the show, ePropelled will be at the ARMD booth (#SP-20) and Wales stand (#C3-117). This technological demonstration is facilitated by funding from the Advanced Propulsion Centre’s Advanced Route to Market Demonstrator (ARMD 1025 SEEMS) initiative, which is part of a larger effort in the United Kingdom to create green technologies.