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Power Electronics for Hybrid Electric Vehicles

Power Electronics for Hybrid Electric Vehicles

Today’s rapidly evolving products are getting smarter and often include complex interactions between components, subassemblies and systems. In industries such as automotive, aerospace and industrial automation, organizations use robust systems-level simulation to identify potential problems, early in the design stages, that other simulation or build-and-test methods cannot detect.

In particular, the automotive industry is steadily increasing the amount of power electronics in mechatronic applications as it keeps up with consumer, environmental and government demands. Engineers and system designers are turning to electric-drive systems for significant benefits of weight and cost reduction, increased reliability of electrical systems, and convenient control and automation via electronic means to improve effiiency.