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QUalifying and Implementing a user-centric designed and EfficienT electric vehicle

Deliverables

Assessment report for user-centric design of the e-vehicle

Assessment of gained results (e.g. from the multi-physical entire vehicle model as well as from the optimal energy management strategy). Associated task: T2.5

Project website content and corporate identity

Project website online and corporate identity defined. Associated task: T6.2

System and components for more efficient heating (infrared), cooling (propane based AC-System and thermal management (PCM techniques)

Demonstration of innovative system and components for compressor and valve (EXV & SRV), for propane based AC-System, for infrared heating elements & for advanced PCM thermal storage modules. Associated task: T4.4

Multi-physical entire vehicle model; control units for energy management system

Entire 1D multi-physical vehicle simulation model set up to determine energy flows of the reference and the improved QUIET vehicle concerning energy-saving potential. Hardware implementation of control units (including control trajectory optimisation) for energy management system also performed. Associated task: T2.4

Vehicle validation platform with integrated components and modules

Vehicle validation platform is ready and equipped with integrated components and modules. Associated task: T5.2

Summary of published documents

Overview of published documents available. Associated task: T6.1

Assessment report for new lightweight components

Assessment report available. Associated task: T3.5

Dissemination and communication strategy

Dissemination and communication strategy established. Exploitation strategy visible for broader public. Associated task: T6.1

Lightweight vehicle components (glasses, door, engine hood, trunk lid, etc.)

Lightweight vehicle components (including lightweight vehicle glasses, door, engine hood, trunk lid, etc.) ready for demonstration. Associated task: T3.3

User needs and expectations

Research on user needs and expectations completed and summarized. Associated task: T2.1

Assessment report for enhanced energy efficiency and comfort

Assessment report available. Associated task: T4.5

Exploitation strategy

Exploitation strategy is finalized. Associated task: T6.3

Hybrid foam material and demonstrator seat with weight and thermal improved parts

Specimen consisting of hybrid foam material available. A demonstrator seat with improved parts concerning weight and thermal properties is realized and available. Associated task: T3.2

Vehicle energy consumption and driving range, thermal comfort & user interfaces; assessment of the technology transfer from B to A, C and D-segment vehicles

Report for the broader public highlighting improvements on energy consumption (driving range), thermal comfort, user interfaces and assessment of technology transfer from B to A, C and D-segment vehicles. Associated task: T5.4

Prepared vehicle validation platform

Vehicle validation platform is prepared including all relevant details. Associated task: T5.1

Final Exploitation Plan

Report about exploitation results (e.g. papers, journals, workshops). Associated task: T6.3

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Publications

THE QUIET PROJECT QUalifying and Implementing a user-centric designed and EfficienT electric vehicle

Author(s): Hansjörg Kapeller, Dragan Šimić
Published in: 2021

QUalifying and Implementing a user-centric designed and EfficienT electric vehicle

Author(s): Joško Deur
Published in: 2019

Development of CFRP – hybrid foam composites for improved light-weight design of electric vehicles

Author(s): Joachim Baumeister, Jörg Weise, Tamás Turcsán
Published in: 2020

QUIET project – Qualifying and implementing a user-centric designed and efficient electric vehicle

Author(s): Dragan Šimić
Published in: European Energy Innovation Magazine, Issue Summer 2019 edition, quarterly, 2019, Page(s) 53

QUIET - QUalifying and Implementing a user-centric designed and EfficienT electric vehicle

Author(s): Elena Paffumi
Published in: 2019

Composite lightweight redesign of EV closures in the QUIET Horizon 2020 project

Author(s): Tamás Turcsán
Published in: ENGINSOFT The Simulation Based Engineering & Sciences Magazine Newsletter, Issue Spring 2020, quarterly, 2020, Page(s) 58

Improvement potentials for user-centrically designed electric vehicles: The QUIET Project

Author(s): Hansjörg Kapeller, Dominik Dvorak, Dragan Šimić
Published in: 2020

Optimisation of Control Input Allocation Maps for Electric Vehicle Heat Pump-based Cabin Heating Systems

Author(s): Ivan Cvok, Igor Ratković, Joško Deur
Published in: Energies, Issue 13/19, 2020, Page(s) 5131, ISSN 1996-1073
DOI: 10.3390/en13195131

Demand-Based Control Design for Efficient Heat Pump Operation of Electric Vehicles

Author(s): Dominik Dvorak, Daniele Basciotti, Imre Gellai
Published in: Energies, Issue 13/20, 2020, Page(s) 5440, ISSN 1996-1073
DOI: 10.3390/en13205440

Multi-Objective Optimisation-Based Design of an Electric Vehicle Cabin Heating Control System for Improved Thermal Comfort and Driving Range

Author(s): Ivan Cvok, Igor Ratković, Joško Deur
Published in: Energies, Issue 14/4, 2021, Page(s) 1203, ISSN 1996-1073
DOI: 10.3390/en14041203

Control trajectory optimisation and optimal control of an electric vehicle HVAC system for favourable efficiency and thermal comfort

Author(s): Ivan Cvok, Branimir Škugor, Joško Deur
Published in: Optimization and Engineering, Issue 22/1, 2021, Page(s) 83-102, ISSN 1389-4420
DOI: 10.1007/s11081-020-09515-w

Improvement and Investigation of the Requirements for Electric Vehicles by the use of HVAC Modeling

Author(s): Hansjörg Kapeller, Dominik Dvorak, Dragan Šimić
Published in: HighTech and Innovation Journal, Issue 2/1, 2021, Page(s) 67-76, ISSN 2723-9535
DOI: 10.28991/hij-2021-02-01-07

A Novel Methodology for Evaluating the Impact of Energy Efficiency Measures on the Cabin Thermal Comfort of Electric Vehicles

Author(s): Daniele Basciotti, Dominik Dvorak, Imre Gellai
Published in: Energies, Issue 13/15, 2020, Page(s) 3872, ISSN 1996-1073
DOI: 10.3390/en13153872

PCM-Based Energy Storage System with High Power Output Using Open Porous Aluminum Foams

Author(s): Joachim Baumeister, Jörg Weise, Sebastian Myslicki, Esther Kieseritzky, Götz Lindenberg
Published in: Energies, Issue 13/23, 2020, Page(s) 6198, ISSN 1996-1073
DOI: 10.3390/en13236198

Cabin Conditioning for Electric Vehicles

Author(s): Peter Drage, Markus Hinteregger, Gerald Zotter, Marijan Šimek
Published in: ATZ worldwide, Issue Issue 2/2019, 2019, Page(s) 46-51, ISSN 0001-2785

Energy Consumption, Driving Range and Cabin Temperature Performances at Different AmbientConditions in Support to the Design of a User Centric Efficient Electric Vehicle: the QUIET project

Author(s): Elena Paffumi, Marcos Otura, Mario Centurelli, Ramon Casellas, Andreas Brenner, Steffen Jahn
Published in: 2019

Model-based design of an HVAC control strategy

Author(s): Dominik Dvorak, Dragan Šimić
Published in: 2019

Mechanical Characterization of Composite Structures with Adhesive Joints

Author(s): László TAKÁCS
Published in: JEC WORLD 2019, 2019

Control Trajectory Optimisationand Optimised Control Strategy for anElectric Vehicle HVAC System and Favourable Thermal Comfort

Author(s): Ivan Cvok, Branimir Škugor, Joško Deur
Published in: 2019

Control-oriented Modellingof Vapour-Compression Cycle Including Model-order Reduction and Analysis Tools

Author(s): Igor Ratković, Ivan Cvok, Vladimir Soldo,Joško Deur
Published in: 2019