Virtual-Physical Tests of Vehicles with Combined Traction Electrical Drive
Summary of the Doctoral Thesis
Iļja Dvorņikovs, Riga Technical University, Latvia
The Ph. D. Thesis is devoted to the development of a methodology for virtual-physical testing of traction electrical equipment, taking into account the individual design parameters of power equipment.
Evaluating the topicality of the dissertation topic, the normative base of traction electrical equipment testing methods has been studied in detail.
The dissertation gives a description of mathematical modelling of electrical equipment operation as well as describes the identification of electrical equipment parameters.
The developed methodology ultimately allows to determine the functional compliance of traction power equipment to critical conditions that would be possible during operational testing and operation during the electrical equipment design and factory testing stages.
The work includes theoretical calculations, computer modelling tasks, and the results of practical experiments.
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