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Range of Electric SOlutions for L-category VEhicles

Deliverables

Communication PLan (including communication guidelines)

D7.1 will define the Communication Plan as a living document, being constantly updated throughout the project. This communication plan will articulate communication targets, prioritise channels and plan the creation of re-usable content, and it will support the RESOLVE partners in their external communications. It will also include metrics to evaluate the effectiveness of the communication activities by keeping track of objective measures.

Quality Plan

A detailed quality plan (QP) will be defined to assess and review the overall quality of the project. The purpose of the QP will be to describe the actions and measures that will be undertaken by the Consortium in order to ensure the quality of the project and its full conformance with its contractual requirements. The QP will also analyse possible critical issues and define appropriate recovery actions through a risk management strategy.

Definition of user needs and market potential

Report encloses quantitative and qualitative user needs based on existing surveys, literature data and new collected data. Also forecast of market potential is part of the deliverable as a result of market analysis and trends for L-category vehicles.

Exploitation plan

Report encloses a preliminary Business Plan that will support the exploitation of results towards the wider EU Two-Wheelers industry. The exploitation plan will be based on an Initial Market Analysis

Literature review and feasibility studies of different architectures

Report mainly focused on the comparative analysis of different architectures of tilting 4 wheelers carried out by means of simplified dynamic models.

Exploitation and Dissemination Report

The content of the report is: - updated business plan based on actual market figures and achieved project results. - Exploitation of results done by protecting and/or licensing technical solutions resulted from project activities. - Dissemination and exploitation of developed models and scientific results in taught academic courses (i.e. mechanical and vehicle engineering)

Vehicle demonstrator 2

Vehicle demonstrator 2 (KTM) resulted from integration of outcomes of vehicle architecture design (WP2), powertrain package developed in WP3 and control system (WP4) as well as HMI prototype.

HMI prototype (final version for vehicle demonstrators)

Report will describe the final version of the HMI prototype, as well as the activities conducted to release it in order to be integrated in the demonstrators (as planned in WP6). In details, the deliverable will describe the preliminary usability test and the methodology employed to evaluate the HMI impact in terms of improvement of the vehicle’s comfort (usability, safety and compatibility with the ergonomic constraints). The deliverable will also report the analysis of the collected data and the result of the evaluation of the HMI prototype.

Vehicle demonstrator 1

Vehicle demonstrator 1 (PIAGGIO) resulted from integration of outcomes of vehicle architecture design (WP2), powertrain package developed in WP3 and control system (WP4) as well as HMI prototype.

Tilting Three wheelers vehicle demonstrator

An additional tilting three wheelers demonstrator will be constructed that will benefit from primary D1 vehicle structure development and will integrate DMM component.

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Publications

Simulazione multibody di un veicolo basculante a 4 ruote

Author(s): Bucchi, F Università di Pisa ; Frendo, F; Vestri, A; Di Tanna, O
Published in: AIAS Conference Proceedings, 2017
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.1247419

Managing cost drivers: the case of RESOLVE project

Author(s): Riccardo Giannetti; Riccardo Lanzara; Laura Risso
Published in: MAR conference proceedings, 2016
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.1299621

Challenges and opportunities in the HMI design for EV

Author(s): Calefato, Caterina; Guidotti Leandro; Landini Elisa; Montanari Roberto; Tesauri Francesco
Published in: 11 th ITS European Congress 2016, 2016
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.161515

Far far away: driving HMI requirements towards the comfortable range in Electric Vehicles

Author(s): Calefato, Caterina, RELAB Landini Elisa, RELAB Berzi lorenzo, UniFI
Published in: EMENDER 2015 workshop (Energy ManagemENt Data ElaboRation), 2015
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.161504

Analisi dinamica di veicoli basculanti con 3 o 4 ruote

Author(s): F. Bucchi, F. Cerù, F. Frendo
Published in: AIAS – ASSOCIAZIONE ITALIANA PER L’ANALISI DELLE SOLLECITAZIONI, Issue 44◦ CONVEGNO NAZIONALE, 2-5 SETTEMBRE 2015, – UNIVERSITÀ DI MESSINA, 2015, Page(s) 01-09
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.1247425

Design of novel tilting electric four-wheelers

Author(s): F. Bucchi, F. Frendo, D. Simic, O. di Tanna, M. Perterer
Published in: International IFZ Conference, Issue Annually, 2016, Page(s) 01-20
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.1247428

Understanding the User Needs in the Electric Mobility System: a Survey Study

Author(s): Caterina Calefato, Serena Fruttaldo, Elisa Landini, Roberto Montanari (RELAB) Lorenzo Berzi, Massimo Delogu, Marco Pierini (University of Florence)
Published in: EU Conference on Human Centred Design for ITS, 2016
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.160041

Stability analysis of a novel four-wheeled motorcycle in straight running

Author(s): Francesco Bucchi, Francesco Cerù, Francesco Frendo
Published in: Meccanica, Issue 52/11-12, 2017, Page(s) 2603-2613, ISSN 0025-6455
DOI: 10.1007/s11012-017-0645-x

Electric L-category Vehicles for Smart Urban Mobility

Author(s): Mario Santucci, Marco Pieve, Marco Pierini
Published in: Transportation Research Procedia, Issue 14, 2016, Page(s) 3651-3660, ISSN 2352-1465
DOI: 10.1016/j.trpro.2016.05.433

Modelling and Simulations of a Narrow Track Tilting Vehicle

Author(s): J. J. Chong, J. Marco, D. Greenwood
Published in: Exchanges: the Warwick Research Journal, Issue Biannual, 2016, Page(s) 86-105, ISSN 2053-9665

Safety aspects of the design of vehicles

Author(s): J. Kovanda et al.
Published in: 2016