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E-VECTOORC

Project ID: 284708
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Electric-VEhicle Control of individual wheel Torque for On- and Off-Road Conditions (E-VECTOORC)

Von 2011-09-01 bis 2014-08-31, Abgeschlossenes Projekt | E-VECTOORC Website

Projektdetails

Gesamtkosten:

EUR 4 773 586

EU-Beitrag:

EUR 3 094 997

Koordiniert in:

United Kingdom

Aufruf zur Vorschlagseinreichung:

FP7-2011-ICT-GCSee other projects for this call

Finanzierungsprogramm:

CP - Collaborative project (generic)

Description

The E-VECTOORC project brings together 11 complementary partners from industrial and research backgrounds to address the individual control of the electric motor torques of fully electric vehicles to enhance safety, comfort and fun-to-drive in both on- and off-road driving conditions. The key objectives of the proposal are:
• Development and demonstration of yaw rate and sideslip angle control algorithms based on the combination of front/rear and left/right torque vectoring to improve overall vehicle dynamic performance.
• Development and demonstration of novel strategies for the modulation of the torque output of the individual electric motors to enhance brake energy recuperation, Anti lock Brake function and Traction Control function.
The benefits of these strategies include reductions in: I) vehicle energy consumption, II) stopping distance, and III) acceleration times.

All developed algorithms will include failsafe strategies and controlled shutdown procedures. The overall control strategy will employ a modular control architecture to allow an easy implementation for different vehicle layouts (e.g., the number of individually controlled motors), vehicle sizes and vehicle applications (from small city cars to sports cars and SUVs).

The activity will be carried out using vehicle dynamics simulations and Hardware-In-the-Loop testing of vehicle components and subsystems, which will be complemented by full scale experimental testing of the entire system using a highly versatile vehicle demonstrator that can represent drivetrain architectures with 2, 3 or 4 electric motors. Experimental testing will provide comprehensive information for quantifying the benefits of the proposed control system in both on-road and off-road driving conditions.

Hence, in line with the ICT Work Programme for FEVs, the potential of electric drive architectures for improving vehicle stability control will be more fully exploited and measured through the E-VECTOORC control approach.

Ziel

The E-VECTOORC project brings together 11 complementary partners from industrial and research backgrounds to address the individual control of the electric motor torques of fully electric vehicles to enhance safety, comfort and fun-to-drive in both on- and off-road driving conditions. The key objectives of the proposal are:• Development and demonstration of yaw rate and sideslip angle control algorithms based on the combination of front/rear and left/right torque vectoring to improve overall vehicle dynamic performance.• Development and demonstration of novel strategies for the modulation of the torque output of the individual electric motors to enhance brake energy recuperation, Anti lock Brake function and Traction Control function. The benefits of these strategies include reductions in: i) vehicle energy consumption, ii) stopping distance, and iii) acceleration times.All developed algorithms will include failsafe strategies and controlled shutdown procedures. The overall control strategy will employ a modular control architecture to allow an easy implementation for different vehicle layouts (e.g., the number of individually controlled motors), vehicle sizes and vehicle applications (from small city cars to sports cars and SUVs).The activity will be carried out using vehicle dynamics simulations and Hardware-In-the-Loop testing of vehicle components and subsystems, which will be complemented by full scale experimental testing of the entire system using a highly versatile vehicle demonstrator that can represent drivetrain architectures with 2, 3 or 4 electric motors. Experimental testing will provide comprehensive information for quantifying the benefits of the proposed control system in both on-road and off-road driving conditions.Hence, in line with the ICT Work Programme for FEVs, the potential of electric drive architectures for improving vehicle stability control will be more fully exploited and measured through the E-VECTOORC control approach.

Verwandte Informationen

Dokumente und Veröffentlichungen (5)

Kontaktangaben des Koordinators

Aldo SORNIOTTI, (Lecturer in Advanced Vehicle Engineering)
Tel.: +44 1483 689688
Fax: +44 1483 682135
E-Mail-Adresse

Koordinator

UNIVERSITY OF SURREY
United Kingdom

EU-Beitrag: EUR 591 372


Stag Hill
GU2 7XH GUILDFORD
United Kingdom
Activity type: Higher or Secondary Education Establishments
Administrative Kontaktangaben: Maria Sega-Buhalis
Tel.: +44 1483 683498
Fax: +44 1483 689567
E-Mail-Adresse

Teilnehmer

Kompetenzzentrum - Das Virtuelle Fahrzeug, Forschungsgesellschaft mbH
Austria

EU-Beitrag: EUR 235 008


Inffeldgasse 21 A
8010 Graz
Austria
Activity type: Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)
Administrative Kontaktangaben: Josef Zehetner
Tel.: +433168739637
Fax: +43 316 873 9602
E-Mail-Adresse
INVERTO NV
Belgium

EU-Beitrag: EUR 252 060


VAN PARIJSLAAN
9940 EVERGEM
Belgium
Activity type: Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)
Administrative Kontaktangaben: John De Clercq
Tel.: +3293858455
Fax: +32 9 385 84 72
E-Mail-Adresse
FLANDERS' DRIVE CVBA-SO
Belgium

EU-Beitrag: EUR 596 790


AUGUST REYERSLAAN
1030 BRUSSELS
Belgium
Activity type: Research Organisations
Administrative Kontaktangaben: Renilde Craps
Tel.: +32011790590
Fax: +3211790591
E-Mail-Adresse
SKODA AUTO A.S.
Czech Republic

EU-Beitrag: EUR 137 560


TR VACLAVA KLEMENTA
293 60 MLADA BOLESLAV
Czech Republic
Activity type: Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)
Administrative Kontaktangaben: Pavel Nedoma
Tel.: +420 326815423
Fax: +420 326815070
E-Mail-Adresse
LUCAS VARITY GMBH
Germany

EU-Beitrag: EUR 222 999


CARL SPATER STRASSE 8
56070 KOBLENZ
Germany
Activity type: Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)
Administrative Kontaktangaben: Joachim Klein
Tel.: +49 261 895 2582
Fax: +49 261 895 5850
E-Mail-Adresse
TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITAET ILMENAU
Germany

EU-Beitrag: EUR 269 016


EHRENBERGSTRASSE 29
98693 ILMENAU
Germany
Activity type: Higher or Secondary Education Establishments
Administrative Kontaktangaben: Thomas Mirow
Tel.: +49 3677 69 2555
Fax: +49 3677 69 1596
E-Mail-Adresse
INSTITUTO TECNOLOGICO DE ARAGON
Spain

EU-Beitrag: EUR 261 892


MARIA DE LUNA 8
50018 ZARAGOZA
Spain
Activity type: Research Organisations
Administrative Kontaktangaben: Jose Ramon Valdes
Tel.: +34976011160
E-Mail-Adresse
FUNDACION CIDAUT
Spain

EU-Beitrag: EUR 236 272


PLAZA VICENTE ALEIXANDRE CAMPOS 2 PQ TECNOLOGICO DE BOECILLO 209
47151 VALLADOLID
Spain
Activity type: Research Organisations
Administrative Kontaktangaben: Francisco Javier Nuñez Fernandez
Tel.: +34983548035
Fax: +34 983 548062
E-Mail-Adresse
LAND ROVER
United Kingdom

EU-Beitrag: EUR 194 982


BANBURY ROAD GAYDON
CV35 0RR WARWICK
United Kingdom
Activity type: Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)
Administrative Kontaktangaben: Nigel Clarke
Tel.: +4402476 206662
E-Mail-Adresse
JAGUAR LAND ROVER LIMITED
United Kingdom

EU-Beitrag: EUR 97 046


ABBEY ROAD WHITLEY
CV3 4LF COVENTRY
United Kingdom
Activity type: Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)
Administrative Kontaktangaben: Nigel Clarke
Tel.: +4402476206662
E-Mail-Adresse

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