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1ª Jornada de treball: Preparació de propostes de Projectes Europeus d'Automoció Sostenible

5 de juliol de 2011

JORNADA DE TREBALL:

PREPARACIÓ DE PROPOSTES DE PROJECTES EUROPEUS D'AUTOMOCIÓ SOSTENIBLE
 
GRUPS DE TREBALL: 
  1. SST: Tecnologies d'emmagatzematge d'energia, Gestió de l'energia motriu, Gestió de l'energia, Arquitectura d'integració, Eficiència motors combustió interna, Combustibles alternatius, Seguretat integrada
  2. ICT: Tecnologies de la informació, Comunicacions V2X
  3. NMP
  4. Vehicle industrial (camions, autobusos i autocars)
  5. Motocicletes
 

DATA: Barcelona, 5 de juliol de 2011

LLOC: 
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Campus NORD- Edifici Vèrtex- Soterrani  1
Plaça Eusebi Güell, 6. 08034. Barcelona
Coordenades 41° 23' 26" N, 2° 6' 50" E


Me informació dels GRUPS DE TREBALL:

La Jornada es dividirà en cinc grups de treball. 

 

 

SST: Tecnologies d'emmagatzematge d'energia, Gestió de l'energia motriu, Gestió de l'energia, Arquitectura d'integració, Eficiència motors combustió interna, Combustibles alternatius, Seguretat integrada

 

  •  GC.SST.2012.1-3. European strategy for rare materials and their possible substitution
    The development of new technologies for the electric vehicle needs to be complemented by developing a European strategy for rare materials and their possible substitution.
  •  GC.SST.2012.1-4. Modelling and testing for improved safety of alternatively-powered vehicles
    Modelling tools and testing procedures have a fundamental role to play to ensure that future Electric Vehicles not only respect current and future safety requirements, but balance this with performance and reliability on one hand, and light weight, production feasibility and cost on the other.
  •  GC.SST.2012.1-5. Integration and optimization of range extenders on Electric Vehicles
    The focus of the research will be on developing and optimizing the concept of the fully-integrated, range-extended, electrified light duty vehicle which will offer both significantly reduced impact on the environment and long range capability. The aim is to optimize the integration and control of the electrified vehicles equipped with a range-extender while ensuring that the range in pure-electric mode, typically charged using the grid, is sufficient to cover average daily mileage.
  •  GC.SST.2012.1-6. Advanced energy simulation and testing for Fully Electric Vehicles (FEV)
    Advanced modelling tools and testing procedures going from one-dimension to three dimensional approaches have a fundamental role to play in optimizing during the earliest project phases the energy dimensioning of FEVs as well their “energy management strategies” while reducing project’s development lead-time as well as to build-up requirements for subsystems and their related control units.
  •  SST.2012.4.1-3. Large scale naturalistic driving observations for safe and sustainable transport
    In order to succeed in reducing the number of fatalities and injuries on European roads it is of great importance to understand and adjust human behaviour with respect to modal choices (e.g. driving, walking, cycling), risk taking (e.g. drink-driving, mobile phones, distraction, speeding), eco-driving (e.g. driving style, route choice), adapting to new technologies (e.g. in-vehicle and cooperative safety systems).
    Advanced vehicle safety systems and cooperative systems based on communication from vehicle-to-vehicle or infrastructure-to-vehicle can have both positive and negative impacts on the safety/well-being and quality of mobility for vulnerable road users.

    ICT: Tecnologies de la informació, Comunicacions V2X
  • SST.2012.4.1-4. Impacts of Intelligent Transport Systems on vulnerable road users
 
  •  GC.SST.2012.1-2. Smart infrastructures and innovative services for electric vehicles in the urban grid and road environment
    With the advent of new electrified vehicles (EV) for application in the urban environment, a significant need exists to drastically improve the convenience and sustainability of car-based mobility.
  •  GC.SST.2012.3-1. Towards sustainable interconnected logistics: a seamless integration of transport logistics, from sourcing, production and distribution
    Asset utilization (starting from trucks, down to home delivery vans) in non maritime logistics is very low, even as low as 20%. The focus of the research is on the creation of a modular container platform and the algorithms to enable an open collaboration logistic system that facilitates shared logistics resources between shippers.
  •  GC.SST.2012.3-2. Improve capturing and sharing of transport data in support of innovative freight transport schemes
    In order to improve the performance of the European transport system and to support business and policy decisions, information on freight flows and the performance of freight transport systems is needed. However, current freight statistics do not satisfy the latest needs. Both the Eurostat and ETIS databases suffer from a lack of harmonization of national data and from critical data gaps.
  •  GC.SST.2012.3-3. Platform for continuous intermodal freight transport strategic research and innovation
    The objective of this coordination action is to stimulate discussion and consensus-building amongst main public stakeholders, market players and researchers in the intermodal and freight logistics domain to turn knowledge and research into investment in innovation.
  •  GC.SST.2012.3-4. Green hubs enabling co-modal network design
    An efficient and seamless European transport system depends on efficient hubs or nodes that enable multimodal interconnections. The focus of the research will be on co-modal network design and supply chain visibility.
  •  GC-ICT-2011.6.8 (GC-ICT-2012.6.8) ICT for fully electric vehicles - e) Electric Drive and Electronic Components
    Partitioned and highly efficient power electronics devices, converter and inverter and electrical interconnects that simplify packaging and cooling, EMI-EMC designs, the management of high voltages, currents and temperatures and hardware-in-the-loop technology for algorithm and component testing.
  •  GC-ICT-2011.6.8 (GC-ICT-2012.6.8) ICT for fully electric vehicles - f) Integration of the FEV in the cooperative transport infrastructure
    ICT-based interaction between the driver, the vehicle and the transport and energy infrastructures, for FEV trip planning and optimization including energy use and charging. In order to compensate for the limited autonomy range, gains in energy efficiency, charging strategies and route optimisation by using of traffic information are needed to turn the FEV into a mass market product.
  •  GC-ICT-2011.6.8 (GC-ICT-2012.6.8) ICT for fully electric vehicles - g) Functional Safety and Durability of the FEV
    Electrical and electronic components affect vehicle dynamics, safety and durability. Fail-safe concepts are an essential element of the system. Requirements and standards related to electromagnetic compatibility and health impacts of electromagnetic fields should be developed. Continuous improvements are expected against low frequency electromagnetic fields as well as on local sensing of currents and electromagnetic fields, on safe and robust components and subsystems.
  •  GC-ICT-2011.6.8 (GC-ICT-2012.6.8) ICT for fully electric vehicles - h) Coordination and Support Action “FEV made in Europe"
    One action for the coordination of a FEV Strategic Research Agenda for ICT, components and systems, for the clustering of R&D projects in the field, and for training, education and dissemination activities.
 
NMP
  •  GC.NMP.2012-1. Innovative automotive electrochemical storage applications based on nanotechnology
    Volume production plans for large-capacity Li-ion rechargeable batteries are being made one after another around the globe, targeting electric vehicles (EVs) and other applications. However, most car manufacturers would agree that lithium ion technology is still not satisfactory for long distance EV use. More energy density, power density, cost and safety improvements are needed. Although the development of second generation Li-ion batteries delivering roughly double the energy density (200Wh/kg to 300Wh/kg) is in progress (with a target implementation of 2015 to 2020), post Li-ion rechargeable batteries – solid-state, Li-S, or metal-air batteries, for example – are expected to provide a long term solution to current range and cost issues.
  •  GC.NMP.2012-2 Innovative advanced lightweight materials for the next generation of environmentally-friendly electric vehicles
    Research proposals should focus on the development of advanced materials for cars and light-duty vehicles, contributing to an accelerated market introduction of new energy-efficient electric vehicles, while ensuring sustainability and viability by rapidly achieving the appropriate economies of scale.
  •  NMP.2012.1.4-1 Pilot lines for precision synthesis of nanomaterials
    The aim of this topic is to:

    • integrate research activity, science and technology advancements for the synthesis of nanomaterials in order to increase their reproducibility, precision, control of structural parameters (size, shape, roughness, morphology and chemical composition) and to control purity and agglomeration at all synthesis steps. Novel chemical, biological and physical synthesis routes and the combination of these can be considered;
    • develop in-situ monitoring methods allowing direct correlation and control of the growth parameters with the nanomaterial structure and composition;
    • advance understanding of the initial nucleation and growth process, including theoretical modelling and simulation of the synthesis process as appropriate.
  •  NMP.2012.1.4-3 Nanoscale mechanical metrology for industrial processes and products
    Manufacturing of nanostructured surfaces aims at fundamentally affecting the functionality of manufactured parts. This requires control, over a relatively large areas (not just over nanoscale areas), of parameters related to tribology, optics, fluidics (affect flow properties by changing the surface), adhesion. Current state-of-the-art processes for measuring at the nanoscale have significant practical limitations as they measure over small distances. The characterisation of surface structures at the nanoscale over large areas, in terms of improved and novel operational performance, will open the way for new products into existing markets.
  •  NMP.2012.2.1-3 Self-healing materials for prolonged lifetime
    Nature has optimised its materials, where needed, for damage management, i.e. the occurrence of damage is accepted as a fact of life and natural materials can cope with damage because of inbuilt healing abilities. These have in recent years also been developed experimentally in new types of manufactured materials, thus creating a new or improved class of multifunctional materials - the so-called self healing materials.
  •  FoF.NMP.2012-1 Adaptive production systems and measurement and control equipment for optimal energy consumption and near-to-zero emissions in manufacturing processes
    This challenge can be tackled by designing in an integrated manner adaptive production systems for eco-efficient processes and systems, using the information of sensors and in-process measurement methods. A suitable energy efficiency performance measuring system would help fulfilling customer needs with the minimum possible use of energy and material resources. This control system needs to focus on concepts which facilitate the evaluation, control and improvement of energy efficiency in manufacturing processes. Firstly, an energy performance measurement system at European or global level with suitable and measurable energy Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) has to be developed, utilising new sensors and visual systems for in-process measurement as enablers. Secondly, concepts for evaluating this KPI related information have to be developed, followed by decision support, i.e. which control mechanisms and improvement measures have to be implemented on the basis of this information. With the development of such concepts, factories would know their energy performance in real-time, facilitating more effective business decisions based on accurate and up-to-date information.
  •  FoF.NMP.2012-2 Methodologies and tools for the sustainable, predictive maintenance of production equipment
    Research activities should focus on:
    • Developing R&M (Reliability & Maintainability) design practices/methods (including organisation) to predict and assess the availability of equipment during production already at an early design stage;
    • Developing and integrating of advanced and generic embedded information devices designed to capture relevant information, with data pre-processing capabilities (sensors, ambient intelligence devices, RFID tags etc);
    • Defining new algorithms and techniques based, for example, on Artificial Intelligence and Data Mining methodologies, in order to provide intelligent data processing and knowledge extraction from information gathered from production equipment and in order to integrate knowledge reuse into production.
  •  FoF.NMP.2012-3 Intelligent production machines and 'plug-and-produce' devices for the adaptive system integration of automation equipment, robots and other intelligent machines, peripheral devices, smart sensors and industrial IT systems
    'Plug-and-Produce' is a coveted feature for the realisation of increasingly agile manufacturing systems in a globalised industry that demands continuous change of processes, products and production volumes. This feature should allow the automatic configuration and seamless integration of heterogeneous devices in(to) a system. The so-called smart factories are meant to be production sites featuring higher levels of (cost- and time-) efficiency, productivity and re-configurability. A successful realisation of this paradigm requests the incorporation of the latest developments in automation, control, mechatronics, ICT technologies, human-machine interaction, optimisation techniques, strategic planning and smart robotics. Moreover, the further integration of any newly developed technologies into the production lines and the industrial environments requires complementary research and innovation efforts.
  •  FoF.NMP.2012-4 New high-performance manufacturing technologies in terms of efficiency (volumes, speed, process capability etc), robustness and accuracy
    Research activities should focus on new high performance manufacturing technologies in terms of efficiency (volumes, speed, process capability), flexibility, robustness and accuracy based on new system architectures with self-adaptive machine structures and on mechatronic modules, multi-layer controls and highly redundant measurement, sensing and actuator structures. These R&D lines should lead to new equipment, lean and smart machines and production systems requiring less shop-floor space, by means of reduction of peripherals, reduction of system complexity, optimisation of cycles and process planning. The aim is to allow improvements through successive investments in production equipment using flexible technologies such as modular production units. Furthermore, the new solutions should bring the integration of the necessary ICT support providing simplification and real user friendliness.
  •  FoF.NMP.2012-6 Knowledge-based tools and approaches for process planning and integrated process simulation at factory level
    Knowledge-based tools supporting production planning should be developed, and simulation methodologies should be introduced in Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) and on board in machines, integrated with process control. Using the input from sensorial supervision and monitoring and to measure the current demand compared to manufacturing capacity, it will be possible to predict the process and system behaviour and, if necessary, to compensate for deviations from required precision and accuracy or to plan future manufacturing processes. These systems must be smooth (smart and fault-tolerant) in their interaction with human workers.
  •  FoF.NMP.2012-7 New technologies for casting, material removing and forming processes
    Manufacturing technologies shall move towards sustainable, low resource consuming, flexible and high performance processes at low cost to ensure competitiveness. The recycling aspect is also a key issue for future manufacturing processes. New process technologies are needed to support casting and forming processes, material removing and additive manufacturing technologies, considering product and process life-cycle impacts as well as the performance requirements for these processes (e.g. tolerances, accuracy, surface quality, robustness, and higher properties). New approaches are demanded for low resource consuming processes and process intensification, integrated with hybrid processes, as well as knowledge-based processes exploiting advanced modelling, simulation and optimisation techniques for processes and equipment.
  •  EeB.NMP.2012-1 Interaction and integration between buildings, grids, heating and cooling networks, and energy storage and energy generation systems
    The interconnection between systems in buildings (including room conditioning equipment as well as home appliances) is a key challenge in improving energy recovery, in particular through the integration of water management and ventilation systems, by developing new energy and water management strategies at community level. New methods for real-time management of energy demand and supply are required. In this framework, new technologies and approaches are needed to enable effective Building-to-Building and Building-to-Grid interactions as it should be in a real energy market. Energy-efficiency interoperability of buildings with other urban domains (transportation, energy grids, etc) has to be achieved. Methodologies and tools for reduction of CO2 emissions and improved energy efficiency, keeping at least the same comfort level as well as certification procedures at district level are required to contribute to a low carbon economy.
 
Vehicle industrial (camions, autobusos i autocars)
  •  GC.SST.2012.1-7. Demonstration of Urban freight Electric Vehicles for clean city logistics
    The objective of the project is to demonstrate logistic solutions with electric vehicle applications for optimizing urban logistics efficiency to better manage transport flows and reduce the environmental impacts in urban areas. Fleets are expected to include autonomous road vehicles with differing drive-train technologies, provided that electricity for the electric drive can be taken from the grid.
  •  GC.SST.2012.2-1. Extreme low rolling resistance tyres
    The objective of research is to develop an innovative tyre concept that will reduce the rolling resistance without compromising performance and cost (e.g. wet/winter performance, mileage, reliability, noise) for both steer and trailer tyres. The load capacity should be maintained or improved.
  •  GC.SST.2012.2-2. Complete vehicle energy management
    The overall aim for the research is to develop and assess technologies for efficient vehicle energy management. The auxiliaries consumes today about 6-7 KW for a typical long-distance application and different driver types have significant (10-15%) influence on energy consumption. New drive lines technology such as stop and go, mild hybrid, and full hybridization combined with energy scavenging concepts will make energy available from several different sources.
  •  GC.SST.2012.2-3. Demonstration of heavy duty vehicles running with liquefied methane
    The overall objective is to perform large-scale demonstration in order to facilitate a broad market development for heavy duty trucks running with liquefied methane.
 
Motocicletes
  • No hi ha TOPICS definits per la Comissió Europea

 

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