- Aug 3, 2010
From the wheels. The inverter drives the motors with an intentionally "bad" field, which results in heat generation but little to no motive power. The malformed field generates a racket; apparently it's not 100% non-motive, so the motors/inverters make a lot of noise while this going on. The ~4kW of heat thus generated is used as a heat source for the "cold" side of the heat pump, and the battery becomes the "warm" side.motors are “Run disengaged”….from what ?.
There is no clutch in the drive train.
No, i am simply asking you to explain your statement,….I'm 100% sure you are intentionally wasting my time here and i really don't appreciate it.
I already explained what i meant on page 3.
Think of the battery in the simplest terms, as an ideal voltage source in series with a resistor.how then can a controller make the battery produce more power ?