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re: Rethink EV, hybrid power management architectures
prabhakar_deosthali   9/23/2011 10:51:41 AM
A thought provoking article for EV enthusiasts. The main focus of this article is on power line communications. Some more foresight is also required while designing the 3rd generation of EVs - the objective should not be just to increase the range by 10% - the objective should be to have an EV with equivalent speed, range refueling time as compared to today's gasoline vehicles. The focus also has to be on reducing the dead weight added by the battery banks and so on. I find such foresight missing in this reasearch paper

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