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Optimised and Systematic Energy Management in Electric Vehicles

Deliverables

Thermally controlled battery subsystem

Hardware of the thermally controlled battery subsystem available (no report, only demonstrator)

Demonstration of innovative thermal management solutions for electric powertrains

Innovative cooling concepts for both the electric motor and the inverter will be demonstrated by functional demonstrator. The main risk is that the drivedrain does not fulfil all requirements. In order to avoid this early testing and alternative cooling concepts will be considered.

Electro-thermal energy control and management platform - TEMCU subsystem

Electro-thermal energy control and management platform - TEMCU subsystem

Thermal energy storage subsystem

The heat storage unit would have a heat capacity of 1,5MJ with a volume of 15L. It could be used for pre-conditionning of the vehicle. The heat to be stored will arise from other subsystems.

OSEM-EV demonstrator vehicle

Demonstrator vehicle, see description in T6.8 and in more detail in the offer of AVL.

High-power wireless charger subsystem for thermal preconditioning

As a result of this deliverable a high-power wireless charger will be developed and assembled. This includes the development of the power electronics, the control software as well es the manufacturing process of the coils for both primary and secondary side.

Real-time motor control platform for optimized energy management – VEMCU subsystem

Real-time motor control platform for optimized energy management – VEMCU subsystem

Development of the heat-pump subsystem using new System-on-Chip

Development of the heat-pump subsystem using new System-on-Chip

Project guidelines

All processes for managing the OSEM-EV project will be captured in written Project Guidelines that are developed, agreed and published during the setup phase of the project.

Second year market trends monitoring report (T7.4)

Second year market trends monitoring report (T7.4)

First year market trends monitoring report (T7.4)

First year market trends monitoring report (T7.4)

Third year market trends monitoring report (T7.4)

Third year market trends monitoring report (T7.4)

Final standardization report (T7.3)

This deliverable contains the final report on standardization report for Task 7.3.

Report on liaison and cooperation with other projects (T8.5)

Report on liaison and cooperation with other projects (T8.5)

Preliminary standardization report (T7.3)

This deliverable contains the preliminary report on standardization activities.

First year dissemination report

Report dissemination activities of the consortium and project partners in year one

Third year dissemination report

Report dissemination activities of the consortium and project partners in year three

Second year dissemination report

Report dissemination activities of the consortium and project partners in year two

Project web site

Project web site

Publications

Energy efficient control of a heat pump in fully electric vehicle

Author(s): Glos, Jan; Václavek, Pavel; Blaha, Petr
Published in: Proceedings of 7th Transport Research Arena TRA 2018, 2018

Determination of optimum high-side pressure of R744 automotive heat pump using Fibonacci search method

Author(s): Jan Glos, Frantisek Solc
Published in: 2017 IEEE 26th International Symposium on Industrial Electronics (ISIE), 2017, Page(s) 448-453
DOI: 10.1109/ISIE.2017.8001288

Impact of thermal-electric networks on the usability of EVs based on a study with a C-segment car

Author(s): Hütter, Matthias; Nica, Mihai; Sumann, Ernst; Tao, Jianbo; Glos, Jan; Gepp, Markus; Helwig, Martin; Garcia, Helder-filipe De Campos; Bacar, Abdou; De-Guyenro, Nicolas
Published in: Proceedings of 7th Transport Research Arena TRA 2018, 2018

Efficient control of automotive R744 heat pump using Nelder-Mead simplex method

Author(s): Jan Glos, Pavel Vaclavek
Published in: 2017 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Technology (ICIT), 2017, Page(s) 785-790
DOI: 10.1109/ICIT.2017.7915459