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This book focuses on one of the most important aspects of electrical propulsion systems – the creation of highly reliable safety-critical traction electrical drives. It discusses the methods and models for analysis and optimization of reliability and fault tolerance indices, based on which, it proposes and assesses methods for improving the availability, fault tolerance and performance of traction electric drives.

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Frontmatter

2018 | OriginalPaper | Chapter

Chapter 1. Choosing the Optimal Type of Safety-Critical Traction Drives for Arctic Ships Based on Estimated Operational Efficiency and Real Ice Navigation Conditions

Igor Bolvashenkov, Hans-Georg Herzog, Ilia Frenkel, Lev Khvatskin, Anatoly Lisnianski

2018 | OriginalPaper | Chapter

Chapter 2. The Lz-Transform Method for the Reliability, Fault Tolerance and Operational Sustainability Assessment of Multi-power Source Traction Drives

Igor Bolvashenkov, Hans-Georg Herzog, Ilia Frenkel, Lev Khvatskin, Anatoly Lisnianski

2018 | OriginalPaper | Chapter

Chapter 3. The Two-Step Approach to the Selection of a Traction Motor for Electric Vehicles

Igor Bolvashenkov, Hans-Georg Herzog, Ilia Frenkel, Lev Khvatskin, Anatoly Lisnianski

2018 | OriginalPaper | Chapter

Chapter 4. The Markov Reward Approach for Selecting a Traction Electric Motor Based on Reliability Features

Igor Bolvashenkov, Hans-Georg Herzog, Ilia Frenkel, Lev Khvatskin, Anatoly Lisnianski

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