Inverters for Electric Vehicles 2013-2023

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Inverters for Electric Vehicles 2013-2023

  1. 1. Inverters for Electric Vehicles 2013-2023Report Details:Published:October 2012No. of Pages: 139Price: Single User License – US$4250Primary author Gerry Boast, Anglo EV Co-author Dr Peter Harrop, Chairman, IDTechExThis report provides a market forecast for traction inverters for electric vehicles over the nextdecade, together with a supplier and technology review, With a large range of applications andrapidly increasing market, there is significant opportunity for a large number of players. However,traction Inverter technology is rapidly evolving, aided by new materials and innovations thatprovide step changes in performance necessary to meet future demands for higher performance,efficiency and reliability in a smaller package and at a significant cost reduction compared withtoday.Analyst access from IDTechExAll report purchases include includes up to 30 minutes telephone time with an expert analyst whowill help you link key findings in the report to the business issues youre addressing. This needs tobe used within three months of purchasing the report.Get your copy of this report @http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/199948-inverters-for-electric-vehicles-2013-2023.htmlMajor points covered in Table of Contents of this report includeTable of Contents1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS1.1. Market Forecasts etc1.2. Global value market for vehicle traction drives2. INTRODUCTION2.1. History of the Electric Motor and Motor Control2.2. AC Vs DC2.3. Direct Drive or gearbox2.4. Comparison with a parallel market2.5. Technologies and trends in the key components used in electric traction drives2.5.1. The Power Module2.5.2. DC Bus/Snubber capacitor
  2. 2. 2.5.3. Analog sensors2.5.4. Position/Speed Feedback2.5.5. Control DSP2.5.6. Isolated Gate drive circuit2.5.7. Switch Mode power supply2.5.8. Power Distribution within the inverter2.5.9. Digital Communications3. ANALYSIS OF 72 TRACTION MOTOR/INVERTER MANUFACTURERS4. ANALYSIS OF INVERTER COMPONENT MANUFACTURERS5. COMMENTS FROM AUTOMOTIVE WORLD 20125.1. Toyota5.2. Volkswagen5.3. Ford5.4. Toyota - Power Electronics5.5. Fuji Electric5.6. Renesas5.7. Nissan6. TYPES OF TRACTION MOTOR DRIVE IN SUMMARY6.1. Mechanical Considerations6.1.1. Shapes of motor drives6.1.2. Size and number of motor drives6.1.3. Drive position6.1.4. Cooling Systems6.2. Functional Safety and High Availability7. MARKET FORECASTS7.1. Inverter/Controller forecasts of numbers7.2. Global value market for vehicle traction drives7.3. System design7.4. Influence of motor type on inverter design7.5. Influence of battery voltage and motor performance requirements7.6. Summary of Inverter component technology trends7.6.1. Power Modules7.6.2. Higher switching frequencies7.6.3. Heat recovery7.6.4. Snubber capacitors7.6.5. Communications7.6.6. Power distribution
  3. 3. 7.6.7. Functional safetyAPPENDIX 1: REFERENCES AND WORKS CITEDAPPENDIX 2: IDTECHEX PUBLICATIONS AND CONSULTANCYList Of Tables1.1. Number of traction inverters in electric vehicles worldwide 2012-2023 in thousands1.2. Vehicle numbers (thousand) 2012-20231.3. Number of traction motors in multi-motor vehicles 2012-2023 and percentage of all vehicletraction motors rounded1.4. Proportion of electric vehicles with more than one motor 2012-20231.5. Number of electric vehicles with more than one electric motor 2012-2023 in thousands andpercentage of all electric vehicles rounded1.6. Average number of motors per multi-motor vehicle 2012-20231.7. Proportion of electric vehicles with one motor 2012-20231.8. Number of electric vehicles with one electric motor ie number of motors in single-motorvehicles in thousands 2012-20231.9. Price of traction inverter to vehicle manufacturer in $k per vehicle 2012-20231.10. Traction inverter market value $million paid by vehicle manufacturer 2012-20232.1. Typical Electric Motor Applications2.2. Motor types, applications and advantages2.3. Comparison of key requirements in the industrial automation and automotive markets forinverters/controllers3.1. Analysis of 72 traction motor/inverter manufacturers4.1. Analysis of Inverter Component Manufacturers7.1. Number of traction inverters in electric vehicles worldwide 2012-2023 in thousands7.2. Vehicle numbers (thousand) 2012-20237.3. Number of traction motors in multi-motor vehicles 2012-2023 and percentage of all vehicletraction motors rounded7.4. Proportion of electric vehicles with more than one motor 2012-20237.5. Number of electric vehicles with more than one electric motor 2012-2023 in thousands andpercentage of all electric vehicles rounded7.6. Average number of motors per multi-motor vehicle 2012-20237.7. Proportion of electric vehicles with one motor 2012-20237.8. Number of electric vehicles with one electric motor ie number of motors in single-motorvehicles in thousands 2012-20237.9. Price of traction inverter to vehicle manufacturer in $k per vehicle 2012-20237.10. Traction inverter market value $million paid by vehicle manufacturer 2012-2023List Of Figures
  4. 4. 1.1. Typical e-powertrain components1.2. On-going Development of Hitachi automotive inverters1.3. Toyota Prius 2010 electronic control unit showing bed of IGBT chips1.4. Number of traction inverters in electric vehicles worldwide 2012-2023 in thousands1.5. Inverter market value $ million paid by vehicle manufacturer 2012-20232.1. Families of power semiconductor2.2. Latest power semiconductors by frequency of use2.3. Overview of traction inverter2.4. IGBT Power module exposed2.5. Figure of Merit for successive generations of Mitsubishi IGBT2.6. Schematic drawing of Semikron SKiN Technology2.7. Comparison of 2nd and 3rd generation Toyota Prius power module2.8. Hitachi pin fin liquid cooled power modules2.9. Hitachi IGBT Module with pin fin baseplate used on Chevrolet Volt2.10. Double sided Cooling - Denso Lexus LS600h2.11. Potted film capacitor2.12. Volumetric transition of metalized polypropylene film capacitors2.13. LEM Hall-Effect current sensor2.14. Contactless current sensor IC2.15. Block Diagram of Freescale s Qorivva MPC567xK2.16. Analog Devices iCoupler Technology2.17. Potted film capacitor for traction applications7.1. Number of traction inverters in electric vehicles worldwide 2012-2023 in thousands7.2. Inverter market value $ million paid by vehicle manufacturer 2012-20237.3. Make-up of EV component manufacturers7.4. Power and voltage requirement for energy storage systemsContact: sales@reportsandreports.com for more information.

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