Staff Research Engineer
Shahaboddin Owlia joined Tula in 2018 bringing a background of controls and calibration of vehicle powertrain. He also performs analysis and testing of powertrain and energy storage performance. He began his career at IAV Automotive and worked at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and General Motors. He has a master’s in Mechanical Engineering from Carleton University, Canada, and a bachelor’s degree from Ferdowsi University of Mashhad.
Dynamic Motor Drive Propels Externally Excited Synchronous Motor to even Higher Efficiency
The electrification of the automotive industry is a transition being mandated by regulators and embraced by manufacturers. This electrification has resulted in increased use of electric motors which, in many cases, require rare earth elements. As the demand for these rare earth elements increase, the electrification of the automotive industry will be hindered by increasing cost and supply limitations.