Development of Wheel Hub Motor Drive Application in Electric Vehicles

2017-2018 Summer
Faculty Department of Project Supervisor: 
Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences
Number of Students: 

Based on the comparative analysis of the performance characteristics of centralized and distributed drive electric vehicles, we can say that, the wheel hub motor drive mode of the electric vehicles with distributed drive have compact structure, high utilization ratio of interior vehicle space, lower center of vehicle gravity, good driving stability, easy intelligent control and many other advantages, hence in line with the new requirements for the development of drive performance of electric vehicles, and distributed drive will be the ultimate mode of electric vehicles in the future. The objective in this project is to design a wheel hub motor for Formula Student type race car applications.


Related Areas of Project: 
Computer Science and Engineering
Electronics Engineering
Materials Science ve Nano Engineering
Mechatronics Engineering
Industrial Engineering
Visual Arts and Visual Communications Design

About Project Supervisors

Murat BÜYÜK, PhD