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Power Electronics Technologies for Railway Traction Systems

@inproceedings{Kono2012PowerET,
  title={Power Electronics Technologies for Railway Traction Systems},
  author={Yasuhiko Kono and Ken Ito and Hiroshi Okawara and Toru Fukuma},
  year={2012}
}
Yasuhiko Kono Ken Ito Hiroshi Okawara Toru Fukuma OVERVIEW: To satisfy a growing global market, Hitachi supplies a wide range of railway traction system products to meet diverse customer needs that extend from commuter to high-speed trains. This has included the development and commercialization of a standard medium-capacity inverter with a mass and external dimensions that are less than those of previous models by 20% or more. For high-speed rolling stock, Hitachi has developed an inverter… 

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