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A holistic contribution to fast innovation in electric vehicles : An overview of the DEMOBASE research project

P. Desprez
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M. Dahmani
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C. Siret
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S. Laurent
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S. Herreyre
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A. Dominget
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L. Hamelin
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G. Rigobert
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S. Benjamin
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N. Legrand
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M. Belerrajoul
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W. Maurer
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Martin Petit
Julien Bernard
E. Durling
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S. Kolari
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Z. Wang
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M. Massazza
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MA
S. Lamontarana
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MA

Abstract

This paper is a contribution to fasten integration of battery pack innovation in commercial Electric Vehicles (EV) through massive digitalization: a seamless process detailed for battery design, battery safety, and battery management. Selected results of studies carried out on the EV value chain from design to recycling steps are presented, highlighting the importance of seamless integration and holistic state of mind when designing EV. Association between experimental and numerical approaches for efficient innovative EV production is crucial to achieve easy commercialisation. Successful forecasting of aging and thermal runaway evolution from single cell failure at module level using such methods illustrates their great potential. Hardware key counterparts under development are also introduced and give an idea of future architecture of EV battery packs and overall improvement of EV energy efficiency. Finally, a flexible and easily modifiable solution for battery electric vehicle (BEV) that allows rapid and cost-effective integration of future innovation is presented. This paper globally illustrates key breakthroughs gained in the context of the collaborative research project named ‘DEMOBASE’, for DEsign and MOdelling for improved BAttery Safety and Efficiency successfully submitted for funding by the European Commission in response to a 2017 call dedicated to ‘Green Vehicles’ under the EU Horizon 2020 work programme “Smart, green and integrated transport”.
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ineris-03512949 , version 1 (24-01-2022)

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A. Bordes, D.L. Danilov, P. Desprez, A. Lecocq, G. Marlair, et al.. A holistic contribution to fast innovation in electric vehicles : An overview of the DEMOBASE research project. eTransportation, 2022, 11, pp.100144. ⟨10.1016/j.etran.2021.100144⟩. ⟨ineris-03512949⟩

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