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Special Issue: Inside the Toyota Prius: Part 5 - Inverter/converter is Prius' power broker

5/14/2007 01:00 PM EDT
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re: Special Issue: Inside the Toyota Prius: Part 5 - Inverter/converter is Prius' power broker
Abdulahad   3/11/2008 6:47:04 PM
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i am working on "development an experimental model of regenrative braking system" as my final year project at undergrad level.i have covered the topics related to motors,betteries,power conversion and drives.now i have a problem how to develope that model can u please tell me from which side i will take initiative as uptill now i have only coverup with my theory portion.if anybody knows,his/her guidence will be a great contribution.please contact me at a_r_raz@hotmail.com

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