2017
DOI: 10.1109/tte.2017.2703583
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Comprehensive Topological Overview of Rolling Stock Architectures and Recent Trends in Electric Railway Traction Systems

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“…The electromagnetic torque T e can be expressed as the cross product of stator and rotor currents (5). P is the number of pole-pairs, and "Im" and " ‡" denote the imaginary part and complex conjugate, respectively.…”
Section: Induction Motor Modelmentioning
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“…The electromagnetic torque T e can be expressed as the cross product of stator and rotor currents (5). P is the number of pole-pairs, and "Im" and " ‡" denote the imaginary part and complex conjugate, respectively.…”
Section: Induction Motor Modelmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Rolling stock can be classified according to the power level of the traction system, ranging from several tens of kW for Light Rail systems, to several MW for High-Speed Trains (HST) and Heavy Rail Locomotives [5]. Traction systems can be concentrated or distributed.…”
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“…The working waveforms of the LLC DC-DC converter are shown in Figure 4, which is corresponding to the six working states. g 1,4 and g 2,3 are the driving signals of the S 1 , S 2 , S 3 , and S 4 . V ab is the voltage between point a and point b. i Lm and i Lr are the current of the L m and L r .…”
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“…SiC IGBT modules with SBDs when used with active gate control techniques can reduce the inverter losses by about 35% [2]. To increase the efficiency of drive system in traction applications, the area of regenerative braking is to be expanded by minimising the use of pneumatic brake.…”
Section: Reduction In Power Lossmentioning
confidence: 99%