THERMAL LOSS MINIMIZATION IN AN EV INVERTER
Author(s):
Satyam Chauhan, R K TYAGI
Keywords:
Electric Vehicle, Semiconductors, Life- Cycle, Paraffin, Radar.
Abstract
There are certain requisites for electric vehicle (EV) propulsion systems such as switching frequency, cost as well as power density, are becoming more demanding, whereas high reliability requires to be ensured for maximizing life-cycle of the vehicle. Since, most power inverter failure mechanisms are linked to extensive semi-conductor junction temperatures, incorporating a thermal control technique is suitable. This report proposes a material (Dopped paraffin) whose melting point is 120◦C and it is to be pasted between PCB (Printed circuit board) and semiconductors’ junction of EV inverter for maintaining the semiconductor junction temperature lower to extend the EV’s life cycle.
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Unique Paper ID: 155793

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 1

Page(s): 1793 - 1798
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