Tesla Model s (Electric Motor Specifications)

August 27, 2017 | Author: seyyidMubeen | Category: Electric Motor, Tesla Model S, Vehicles, Horsepower, Alternating Current
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Power and Torque curves, Telsa MODEL S, electric motor, power-speed and torque speed profiles...




http://twinkle_toes_engineering.home.comcast.net/~twinkle_toes_engineering/hybrid_car.htm citation: High speed vehicle induction motor I found some info on high speed induction motors for electric cars at AC Propulsion. Alan Cocconi at AC Propulsion has been working on induction motors and controllers for vehicles for 20 years. He did the prototype for the EV-1 and his technology is licensed by Tesla Motors. He manufacturers a 200 hp (150 kw) high speed induction motor with matching 600V IGBT controller (AC -150) both air cooled, which he sells to people who want to convert their vehicles to electric, and presumably it's used to in prototype vehicles he builds for the military. A pair of them were used in a car that broke the electric land speed record (245 mph). This system directly connects the battery pack to the inverter, meaning the battery voltage sag at peak power must be lived with, it is not regulated out. I presume this motor is his design since he has patents (one of which I read) on design of low loss rotors for high speed induction motors.

AC Propulson 200 hp, 220 nm, 12,000 rpm, air cooled vehicle induction motor 10 in dia, 14.3 in long, 110 lbs

Efficiency of AC Propulson 200 hp (150 kw), 12,000 rpm vehicle induction motor with mated 150 kw, 600V IGBT inverter (model AC-150); Ref: 0.92 x 336V x 485 A (pk) = 150 kw

Official Tesla model s data Model S sets the bar for electric driving range. Model S is offered with three battery options, each delivering unprecedented range. All three batteries are contained within the same enclosure, integrating with the vehicle in the same way, providing structural, aerodynamic, and handling advantages. All three batteries use automotive-grade lithium-ion cells arranged for optimum energy density, thermal management, and safety.

60 kWh Estimated Range 230 miles at 55 mph EPA 5-Cycle 208 miles Certified Range 0 to 60 mph5.9 seconds Quarter Mile Time14.2 seconds Top Speed120 mph

302 hp (225 kW) 5,000-8,000 rpm 317 lb-ft (430 Nm) Peak Motor Torque 0-5,000 rpm Peak Motor Power


85 kWh performance

300 miles

300 miles

265 miles

265 miles

5.4 seconds 13.7 seconds 125 mph 362 hp (270 kW) 6,000-9,500 rpm 325 lb-ft (440 Nm) 0-5,800 rpm

4.2 seconds 12.6 seconds 130 mph 416 hp (310 kW) 5,000-8,600 rpm 443 lb-ft (600 Nm) 0-5,100 rpm

Energy Storage60 kWh Battery Warranty8 years, 125,000 SuperchargingOptional

85 kWh 85 kWh miles8 years, unlimited miles8 years, unlimited miles Included Included

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