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JOSPEL - Low energy passenger comfort systems based on the joule and peltier effect

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EGVIA - ERTRAC 1st European Conference Results from Road Transport Research in H2020 projects
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JOSPEL - Low energy passenger comfort systems based on the joule and peltier effect

  1. 1. www.jospel-project.eu Improving Energy Efficiency in Electric Vehicles JOSPEL: LOW ENERGY PASSENGER COMFORT SYSTEMS BASED ON THE JOULE AND PELTIER EFFECTS Lamberto Salvan lamberto.salvan@alke.com
  2. 2. www.jospel-project.eu Improving Energy Efficiency in Electric Vehicles  JOSPEL Fact Sheet  JOSPEL Objectives  JOSPEL Concept  Partners Involved  More information INDEX
  3. 3. www.jospel-project.eu Improving Energy Efficiency in Electric Vehicles • Title: “Low energy passenger comfort systems based on Joule and Peltier effects” • Starting/Ending (duration): May 2015 / October 2018 (42M) • Funding: This project is funded under the European Call H2020- GV-2014, Topic GV-2-2014 “Optimized and systematic energy management in electric vehicles”. • Budget: EC Contribution € 6,668,288.00 • Consortium: 14 Partners from 9 countries JOSPEL FACT SHEET
  4. 4. www.jospel-project.eu Improving Energy Efficiency in Electric Vehicles Reduce car weight Improve battery efficiency Improve energy consumption Ways of increasing distance range of an electric vehicle: Increase motor efficiency JOSPEL OBJECTIVES • The main objective is the reduction of at least 50% the energy used for passenger comfort (<1.250 W) and at least 30% for component cooling in extreme conditions with reference to electric vehicles currently on the market.
  5. 5. www.jospel-project.eu Improving Energy Efficiency in Electric Vehicles  JOSPEL proposed improvements: Improvement % Energy reduction Heating system based on Joule Effect 30% Cooling system based on Peltier cells 25% Battery consumption due to their optimal thermal management 12% Thermal management of other EV components and eco- driving technologies 12% Weight reduction and better insulation of the cabin 3% JOSPEL CONCEPT
  6. 6. www.jospel-project.eu Improving Energy Efficiency in Electric Vehicles JOSPEL CONCEPT
  7. 7. www.jospel-project.eu Improving Energy Efficiency in Electric Vehicles JOSPEL CONCEPT: Prototype Coolers Developed • General air cooling provided by roof mounted thermoelectric cooler. • Contact cooling provided by water cooled seat cover and the use of directed dash mounted air(pod) coolers. • Glovebox cooler developed to allow storage of drinks and foods.
  8. 8. www.jospel-project.eu Improving Energy Efficiency in Electric Vehicles JOSPEL CONCEPT: Heating panels Doors heating panels from conductive thermoplastic material Thermoformable and recyclable Upper service temperature of 70ºC Technical specification Value Total Resistance [ohms] 18,25 Voltage [Volts] 24 Power [Watts] 31,6
  9. 9. www.jospel-project.eu Improving Energy Efficiency in Electric Vehicles JOSPEL CONCEPT: Heating fabrics Roof and floor radiant heaters provided by heating fabrics Thermoset: high durability and mechanical resistance Upper service temperature of 75ºC Technical specification Floor Roof panel Total Resistance [ohms] 15 31 Voltage [Volts] 48 48 Power [Watts] 150 74
  10. 10. www.jospel-project.eu Improving Energy Efficiency in Electric Vehicles JOSPEL CONCEPT: Insulation Alkè vehicle
  11. 11. www.jospel-project.eu Improving Energy Efficiency in Electric Vehicles JOSPEL CONCEPT: Insulation Alkè vehicle
  12. 12. www.jospel-project.eu Improving Energy Efficiency in Electric Vehicles JOSPEL CONCEPT: Insulation Dok-ing vehicle
  13. 13. www.jospel-project.eu Improving Energy Efficiency in Electric Vehicles JOSPEL CONCEPT: Insulation Dok-ing vehicle
  14. 14. www.jospel-project.eu Improving Energy Efficiency in Electric Vehicles JOSPEL CONCEPT: Battery life improvement • Thermal connected battery via liquid link • 21% - 61% less energy for cooling/heating • 15% longer lifetime at the same time +15% Stateofhealth due to advanced (thermal) operation
  15. 15. www.jospel-project.eu Improving Energy Efficiency in Electric Vehicles For example: Preheating the battery before starting at low temperatures JOSPEL CONCEPT: Battery life energy recovery • Thermal connected battery via liquid link • 21% - 61% less energy for cooling/heating • 15% longer lifetime at the same time due to advanced (thermal) operation
  16. 16. www.jospel-project.eu Improving Energy Efficiency in Electric Vehicles JOSPEL CONCEPT: Eco-driving strategies 1) Monitoring of eVehicle consumption 2) Local processing of information 3) Exposure of information for advance service development ECU VBCAtos eVehicle FUSE (former ICCC) Sensor Data Streams from VBC Filter using CEP rules Event Auto matic Send it to sender module Send command to VBC Y Y N N
  17. 17. www.jospel-project.eu Improving Energy Efficiency in Electric Vehicles 4) Implementation of services based on vehicle data and external sources includes decision making and execution 5) Refinement of local processing Multiple eco-driving strategies fits in JOSPEL ICT architecture FUSE Data Storage FUSE Analysis New rule Send to VBC Send to Rule Update module Update CEP and get Ok Y N JOSPEL CONCEPT: Eco-driving strategies
  18. 18. www.jospel-project.eu Improving Energy Efficiency in Electric Vehicles JOSPEL PARTNERS:
  19. 19. www.jospel-project.eu Improving Energy Efficiency in Electric Vehicles • Project coordinator: AIMPLAS Technical contact Administrative contact Vanessa Gutierrez Itziar Carracedo vgutierrez@aimplas.es icarracedo@aimplas.es +34 96 1366040 (ext 236) +34 96 1366040 (ext 178) MORE INFORMATION:

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