Abstract The Induction motor has been widely used in industry and is considered as the best candidate for electrical vehicle (EV) applications due to its advantages such as: simple design, ruggedness, and easy maintenance. However, the precise control of induction motor is not easy to achieve, because it is a complicated nonlinear system, the electric rotor variables are not measurable directly, and the physical parameters could change in different operating conditions. So the control of an induction motor becomes a critical issue, especially for the EV applications in which both fast transient responses and excellent steady state speed performance are required.
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At low density and in the absence of fighter males, monopolization by single sneaker males occurred, suggesting that male male competition was the main determinant of fertilization success. By contrast, at high density and (or) in the presence of fighter males, several sneakers succeeded in fertilizing eggs. Our study, the first to investigate the role of MH mediated fertilization for a genetically based alternative male mating strategy, suggests that a larger proportion of eggs were fertilized by sneakers whose MH genotypes were more similar to those of the female than expected by chance.
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The track is exactly a standard gauge of 4 feet, 8 inches. What a weird dimension. Why is this the distance between rails? Because the first American and Canadian rails were built by expatriated Englishmen and that’s how they did it in England. December 11, 2005 by We have to hand it to them. Just in time to miss the cut off date for choosing the 100 Notable Books of 2005, the editors of The New York Times Book Review have done themselves proud today with a front page review of Robert Fisk Great War for Civilisation, which offers notable, if grudging, admiration. (As was noted at the time, all we know, a forthcoming review is in the works..