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Meins, J.; Soyck, F.; Engel, B.; Kurczveil, T.; Schnieder, E.:
Application of high-power inductive charging of electric buses in scheduled line service.
HEV2014 - 11. Symposium Hybrid- und Elektrofahrzeuge, Braunschweig, Deutschland, Februar 2014.

Kurzfassung:

The aim of the project emil (Elektromobilität mittels induktiver Ladung – Electric mobility by means of inductive charging) is the application of inductive energy transfer in public transportation and the evaluation of all facets of inductive charging in scheduled services. Besides the technological aspects of the inductive energy transfer, this contribution shall give an overview of the coherent challenges in this project. The main focus is the integration of new infrastructure elements and new processes into the electric network and existing operation procedures.


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