INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ELECTRIC AND HYBRID VEHICLES
I.J.E.H.V.
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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL ELECTRIC AND HYBRID VEHICLES

Editor in Chief
Benoît Maïsseu
b.maisseu@ehcar.net

Presentation
IJEHV provides a high quality, fully refereed international forum in the field of electric and hybrid automotive systems, including in-vehicle electricity production such as hydrogen fuel cells, to describe innovative solutions for the technical challenges enabling these new propulsion technologies

Objectives
The objectives of IJEHV are to

  • provide technical information in the fields of vehicle electrical propulsion, high energy in-vehicle storage and production for engineers and scientists
  • build communication channels between all the key players to allow the quick development of these key technologies which will play an increasing role in the automotive markets
  • help to understand the strategic evolutions of industrial policies and international technological tendencies to allow a global coordination of suppliers and manufacturers

Content
IJEHV publishes original papers, review papers, case studies, conference reports, briefs and reports and news, together with occasional Special Issues devoted to important topics

Subject coverage
The subjects covered include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Electric car, bus and truck systems
  • Serial and parallel hybrid (electrical/thermal) systems for cars, buses and trucks
  • Light hybrid and start–and-stop systems
  • Hydrogen fuel cell systems for in-vehicle electricity production
  • Alternative sources of in-vehicle electricity production for automotive propulsion
  • High power and high energy batteries
  • Battery management systems
  • Battery charging systems
  • Electrical machines for automotive propulsion and traction
  • Electronics for electrical machines’ control systems
  • Braking systems for electrical propulsion and traction systems
  • Air conditioning and heating systems for electric vehicles
  • Hybrid engine control strategies
  • Specific electronic hardware and software architectures
  • Control systems developments
  • Energy savings algorithms and “zero emission" range extension solutions
  • Environmental efficiency of E/H vehicles
  • High voltage automotive harness and connectors
  • Dedicated security and safety systems for E/H vehicles
  • Electromagnetic compatibility issues for E/H vehicles
  • After-sale diagnostics for electric vehicles
  • Strategies to reach high volumes and reduce costs
  • Social, economic and environmental issues associated with E/H vehicles

Readership
The target readership is composed of professionals, engineers, managers and decision makers of the automotive, electronic and electrical equipment industries, academics, researchers and professors working in universities or research institutes in these fields.


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