Electric vehicle traction motors without rare earth magnets. Open Access Abstract Since the Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) became main-stream with the launch of the Toyota Prius in 1997, the use of rare earth magnets in vehicle traction motors has become common.
In particular the rare earth based, hard magnetic material Neodymium Iron Boron (NdFeB) has offered significant performance benefits, not possible with other technologies, enabling the development of compact, torque- and power-dense electric traction motors. This trend has continued as mass market Battery Electric Vehicles (BEV) such as the Nissan Leaf, have come to market. However in 2011–2012 the price of these materials rose significantly, owing to geopolitical concerns relating to security of supply. Keywords Electrical machines; Rare earth magnets; Electric vehicles; Traction motors 1. 1.1. The sintered Neodymium Iron Boron (NdFeB) hard magnetic material was patented by Sumitomo Special Metals in 1983  (Fig. 1) and brought about a step change in terms of electric motor performance. Why Donald Trump is no Mitt Romney, in 1 chart.
Donald Trump (Seth Perlman/AP) Donald Trump has won 19 of the 32 contests so far in the Republican presidential primary race.
He has a 250-plus delegate lead over Ted Cruz and is the only candidate with a plausible path to the 1,237 delegates he would need to formally become the Republican Party's standard-bearer in the fall election. Far from uniting behind Trump, however, the national party -- or at least many of its leaders -- continue to huddle in hopes of devising a plan to stop him. The latest: House Speaker Paul D.
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His 23-hour rant about Obamacare on the floor of the Senate? He wants you to think it was a filibuster to sound all grand and champion-like, but under the rules of the Senate, it wasn’t. He was not up against any extreme restrictions like his fellow Texan Wendy Davis was during her actual filibuster and his speech did nothing to prevent a vote on a bill, as Davis’ efforts did.
His effort really served only two purposes: (1) his own self-aggrandizement; and (2) to have his tea party fans focus on his Green Eggs and Ham moment in order to keep attention off some other things about him: 1. 2. 3. 4. American Communities Project. JCVJean-Claude Van Damme Just Took Over A Mainstream News Show To Expose The Ruling Class Elite D Is "Aware" And Speaks About Rothschild/Rockefeller Familes. The Story Of Your Enslavement In A Captivating Video. This video explains how our freedom was taken from us and how we can get it back.
“Slavery never died. It just evolved,” says one YouTube commenter in response to this revolutionary and eye-opening video about the human race and the power of the government. “The Story of Your Enslavement” is a powerful video that traces the origins of power and how we as a people came to be controlled on levels that are unrecognizable.
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