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H2020 GV-04-2017: Transmisiones eléctricas de la próxima generación para vehículos totalmente eléctricos de alta eficiencia y bajo coste

Resumen

Tipo:
Búsqueda de socios
Referencia:
RDUK20160108005
Publicado:
15/02/2016
Caducidad:
15/02/2017
Resumen:
Una empresa inglesa busca fabricantes de vehículos, proveedores principales o proveedores de tecnología interesados en preparar una propuesta para la convocatoria H2020-GV-2016-2017. El objetivo es desarrollar nuevas transmisiones eléctricas teniendo en cuenta el diseño para la fabricación, el peso ligero y el coste de los materiales. La fecha límite de la convocatoria es el 1 de febrero de 2017 y el plazo para presentar expresiones de interés finaliza el 30 de noviembre de 2016.

Details

Tittle:
H2020 GV-04-2017 Next generation electric drivetrains for fully electric vehicles, focusing on high efficiency and low cost - UK company seeking vehicle manufacturers, primary suppliers or technology providers.
Summary:
UK company based in the north east of England is seeking vehicle manufacturers, primary suppliers or technology providers to be partners in this H2020-GV-2016-2017 call.

The project aim is to develop innovative electric drivetrains that will take into account design for manufacturing, low weight and material cost.
Description:
This UK company specialises in the design and manufacture of electrified ancillary systems for electric vehicle powertrains delivering powertrain efficiency improvement through reduced parasitic loses and improved thermal management.

The company is looking for partners to work on a proposal for this Horizon 2020 call to develop a new more efficient highly integrated electric vehicle powertrain with reduced parasitic losses and a lower cost.

Project Challenge

Developments have already been undertaken in recent years to optimise drivetrain components for fully electric vehicles (FEVs), in particular in terms of efficient use and recovery of energy. However, the next generation of electric drivetrains should be conceived to also take into account design for manufacturing, low weight and material cost.

Proposals should address one or several of the following aspects;

?Functional system integration of electric machines (e.g. high speed motors) with transmissions, optimisation of energy recovery with the integration of braking systems.

?Lower cost electric machines through reduced need for rare earth magnets and designs optimised for lower cost manufacturing processes.

?Integration of power electronics with battery charging functions together with associated control and of wide bandgap semiconductors providing high temperature, high power density, and high frequency capabilities.

?Modular electric power train components compatible with both full electric and hybrid applications, sub-systems and topologies with enhanced NVH[1], reliability, safety and fault tolerance and robustness, fit for mass manufacturing.

Expected impact of the project will lead to the next generation electric drives, with reduced costs through systems integration and optimised design and configuration of motors and power electronics for volume manufacturing processes. Therefore, actions under this topic are expected to contribute to the achievement of climate action and sustainable development objectives.


It is envisioned that the partners will collaborate to develop a new highly modular electric vehicle drivetrain with low cost power electronics and electrical machines. The drivetrain will use advanced thermal and lubrication management systems to reduce parasitic loses and facilitate the use of lower cost system architecture.

The drivetrain could use a high speed electrical machine and gearbox, or a low speed electrical machine with a simplified gearbox. It is envisioned that the design will use electronic control to replace the mechanical differential and that a modular motor unit and gearbox with synchronisation capability will provide drive to each wheel.


Company contribution to the project

The company has expertise in electrified ancillary systems, advanced thermal management, parasitic loss reduction, power electronics design, systems integration, multiple motor control strategies including e-diff, distributed control strategies, productionisation and manufacturability of mechatronic systems

Partner Sought

The company is seeking vehicle manufacturers from either the on-highway or off-highway sector, primary suppliers and technology developers with expertise to support development of a novel motor or battery system who would be interested in collaborating on this H2020 project to develop a new lower cost powertrain solution.

Technology developers of interest would be involved in the design of high efficiency and low cost motors and inverters and gearbox design.


Deadline for call 1st February 2017
Deadline for EOI 30th November 2016
Stage of Development:
Concept stage

Partner sought

Partner Sought:
Partners Sought The company is seeking vehicle manufacturers from either the on-highway or off-highway sector, primary suppliers and technology developers who would be interested in collaborating on a new lower cost powertrain solution to collaborate on a project. Technology developers of interest would be involved in the innovative design of high efficiency and low cost motors and inverters and gearbox design.
Type of Partnership Considered:
RDR

Client

Type and Size of Client:
Industry SME 11-49
Already Engaged in Trans-National Cooperation:
No
Languages Spoken:
English

Dissemination

Programme-call

Coordinator Required:
Si
Deadline for Call:
01/02/2017
Project Duration:
0