Eco-design and Validation of In-Wheel Concept
for Electric Vehicles

Eunice Project

DISSEMINATION

2nd OEM’s Workshop (Zamudio, Spain)

Date: May 21th, 2014

Title: 2nd OEM’s WORKSHOP: Eco-design and Validation of In-Wheel Concept for Electric Vehicles.

Status: Completed

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Agenda: Workshop Vehicle Specification:

      1. Introduction: Why EUNICE?
      2. Targets and Specifications overview
      3. Solution detailed design
      4. Testing and validation activities
      5. Technology demonstrator
      6. Alternative designs to EUNICE

TECNALIA explains the 2nd OEM Workshop EUNICE's Solution Design Review introducing why EUNICE and the target vehicle specification. A hard copy of the documentations is given to Dr. Alfred Pruckner (BMW Group Research & Technology), Dr. Vittorio Ravello (CRF), Dr. Heiner Kunckel (Daimler) and Dr. Gerhard Lux (SEAT) in order to review the target vehicle specification and valued them, presented by TECNALIA.

The presentation is focused in the specifications and main design aspects on EUNICE's concept. The points covered are: EUNICE solution and targets, eCORNER specifications, Detailed design (electrical components, active wheel and mechanical components), Testing and validation activities, Technology demonstrator and Alternative designs to EUNICE.

The Conclusions are covered in the presentations from the OEMs, which have been hand written during the review process. Analysis of OEM feedback is being included on the following reports. After this event a visit to the TECNALIA facilities was performed.

EUNICE’s concept design review

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Programme for research, technological
development and demonstration under grant agreement No. 285688

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