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Before I add fuel to the current round of "surely motor controller design
isn't so hard", I would recommend those who weren't her for the last round
to review the archives, here is just one thread of the several in recent
months http://www.nabble.com/EV-Controllers-tf4296118s25542.html#a12299104

In around 1998 the Canterbury University (in New Zealand) Engineering
department made a 3 phase motor controller for a Solectria motor. They
published at least some of their work:
http://www.elec.canterbury.ac.nz/research/powerelectronics/ev3.shtml (check
out the publications link)

I didn't look at everything they have on their site, nor did I try and track
down papers not linked directly, but I did see this one:

Li X, Duke R.M. and Round S.D. Development of a Three-Phase Three-Level
Inverter for an Electric Vehicle. Australasian Universities Power
Engineering Conference, Darwin, Australia, 1999, pp. 247-51
http://www.elec.canterbury.ac.nz/research/powerelectronics/documents/AUPEC1999_EV.pdf

You'll see the first paragraph references an earlier paper which might give
you more information.
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