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HEMIS Project (Electrical powertrain HEalth Monitoring for Increased Safety of FEVs): Limitations of electromagnetic standards for vehicles equipped with electrical powertrain.

Libro: Electric Vehicle Systems Architecture and Standardization Needs
Autores: Ruddle, A.; Armstrong,R.; Galarza Rodríguez, Ainhoa
Editorial: Ed. Springer 
Fecha de publicación: 2015
Página Inicial - Final: 105 - 115
Resumen: The HEMIS project is concerned with health monitoring of electrical powertrain in order to enhance the maintainability and safety of electric vehicles. Electromagnetic emissions from electrical powertrain will change the electromagnetic environment in vehicles, which may have implications for electromagnetic compatibility and, because of the high electrical power levels, human exposure to electromagnetic fields. This paper outlines some of the electromagnetic issues under investigation in the project, including limitations of existing test methods for electromagnetic compatibility, and a lack of test methods for the assessment of in-vehicle human exposure, as well as for both electromagnetic compatibility and human field exposure issues relating to wireless charging of traction batteries.