EUNICE EUROPEAN WORKSHOP: Driving the future of E-mobility
EUNICE Eco-design and validation of in-wheel concept for electric vehicles
18 NOVEMBER 2014
AUTOWORLD (Jubelpark 11 Parc du Cinquantenaire)
The promotion of Electric Vehicles is strategic for the European Community, but nowadays battery performance is still poor and all forecasts for near future transport electrification suggest that A-B class EV cars with limited range are the first step to develop.
The main objective of this project is the design, development and validation of a complete in wheel motor assembly prototype (electric motor, power electronics, reduction gear, structural parts and wheel), based on a McPherson corner suspension topology, to meet the defined car top level specifications. The main technical risks associated with the use of an in-wheel concept are the thermal stress under extreme operation conditions, vehicle dynamics, driveability, safety and durability.
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Mrs Beatrice Tomassini; firstname.lastname@example.org. Tel.: +32 2 743 9121