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TEAMING - e-powerTrain prEdictive mAintenance using physics inforMed learnING

Durata:
48 mesi (2023 - 2027)
Responsabile scientifico:
Tipo di progetto:
Ricerca UE - HE - Excellent Science - MSCA
Ente finanziatore:
COMMISSIONE EUROPEA
Codice identificativo progetto:
101131278
Ruolo PoliTo:
Partner

Abstract

Mobility electrification plays a critical role in the economy decarbonisation, and we are on the edge of an industrial revolution linked to the massive deployment of the electric vehicle (EV). Their technologies readiness level has significantly increased, and the EV can now replace the thermal vehicle in terms of service provided, supporting the EU decarbonisation effort. Besides the reduction of critical material, and decrease of cost, optimising the lifetime of the EV components is essential to ease their adoption, especially the powertrain sub-components that have the major impact on EV cost and CO2 emissions. A new-generation of diagnostic and prognostic systems for the powertrain will be a game changer to ensure EV adoption, because they will estimate its degradation, anticipate failures, and ease reparability thus extending its lifespan. With significant improvement of sensors, complex modelling and data processing methods such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), predictive maintenance (PdM) has gained a lot of interest in different fields. Development of PdM methods for the sub-components of the EV powertrain (battery, fuel cell, e-motor, power electronics) is at the heart of TEAMING. Thanks to international staff exchanges, TEAMING will significantly improve the different facets of the PdM solution: sensors, modelling, Digital Twins, adapted AI, and Physics-Informed Machine Learning methods are at the centre of the studies and present a major potential in term of innovation. TEAMING will advance PdM system to better diagnose the internal physical phenomena of the different EV powertrain components and optimise their performance, lifetime, safety, and reliability.”

Persone coinvolte

Dipartimenti coinvolti

Parole chiave

Settori ERC

PE7_2 - Electrical engineering: power components and/or systems

Obiettivi di Sviluppo Sostenibile (Sustainable Development Goals)

Obiettivo 13. Promuovere azioni, a tutti i livelli, per combattere il cambiamento climatico*

Budget

Costo totale progetto: € 1.412.200,00
Contributo totale progetto: € 1.412.200,00
Costo totale PoliTo: € 110.400,00
Contributo PoliTo: € 110.400,00