How a 17-year old revolutionized the EV motor – The Blueprint
Robert Sansone has developed a working prototype of a synchronous reluctance motor
He tailored existing synchronous reluctance motors to make them produce more torque
He’s going to spend his winnings on a college education, specifically at MIT, he hopes
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A 17-year-old has just won $75,000 for his work. But that’s not the real story here. The real story is that this teenager’s synchronous reluctance motor for electric vehicles (EVs), is genuinely groundbreaking.
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