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Model driven Hardware-in-the-Loop Fault analysis of railway traction systems
Classical Dependability Analysis techniques, such as Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) and Fault Tree Analysis, have been used during the last decades to demonstrate the reliability, availability, maintainability ...
In-depth Life Cycle Cost Analysis of a Li-ion Battery-based Hybrid Diesel-Electric Multiple Unit
This study analyzes the life cycle costs of railway projects involving hybrid diesel-electric multiple units, focusing on the influence of lithium-ion battery technologies and energy management strategies. Specifically, 3 ...
DC-link sensor Fault Detection and isolation for railway traction electric drives
This article presents the design and the implementation of a fault detection and isolation strategy for sensors in variable speed drives. Electric drives use several current and voltage sensors for control and protection. ...