IIT Guwahati becomes first IIT to introduce programme in E-mobility Click to know details
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Congratulations to C Upendra Reddy for defending his thesis titled "Performance Evaluation of Direct Torque Control Induction Motor Drive" on May 13th 2020
EML signed a research project with TMEIC to develop a smart designer for induction motors.
EML signed an R & D contract with Ashok Leyland for research in EV drivetrains for heavy vehicles
Congratulations to Rakesh Roy for successfully defending his thesis titled "Core Loss and Performance Analysis of PWM Inverter fed Three Phase Induction Motor".
Congratulation to Kasyap Kumar Prabhakar for his paper titled "Efficiency and Performance Analysis of DTC based IM Drivetrain Using Variable DC-link Voltage for Electric Vehicle Applications" accepted in " IET Electrical Systems in Transportation " for publication.
Congratulations to Ankit Dalal for successfully defending his PhD thesis titled "Analysis and design of a dual rotor motor for EV applications".
Lab starts working on developing driving cycle for indian traffic conditions to optimize power train for two wheelers
EML becomes a member of IEEE Power and Energy Society's Working Group on EVs
Congratulations to Rakesh Roy for getting his work titled "Core Loss Calculation in Different Parts of Induction Motor " accepted in IET Power application.
EML becomes a member of IEEE Power and Energy Society's Subcommittee on Motors
Congratulations to M. Bhaskar Naik for getting his work titled "Optimal number of e-buses in the Solar Assisted Smart Public Transit System and its Failure Analysis " accepted in IET Electrical Systems in Transportation
EML signs a research contract with TMEIC, Japan to undertake research in the area of electrical machines. The goal of this project is to study the stray losses in induction motors. This project will be executed by Rajendra Kumar and Binita Nanda.
EML embarks on an ambitious project to develop electric scooters in association with NFTDC and department of Design (IITG). In this project a set of electric scooters will be developed for carrying cargo and personal use. The payload capacity of the scooters will be 150Kg and the scooter will be capable to driving 75Km per charge. The prime-mover of the scooter will be an induction motor instead of PM motors.
An article titled "Mathematical Model for Analysis of Series Parallel Compensated Wireless Power Transfer System for Different Misalignments" recently accepted in IET Circuits, Devices & Systems, authored by Brijesh Kushwaha, Gautam Rituraj, Praveen Kumar and P Bauer is on the list of most downloaded paper (2nd rank out of 4)