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STM-GE-11-Mobilité électrique

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Total crédits : 2
Total heures : 24 (9 cours, 15 projet)


Prérequis

Course for students in 5th year of engineering school (Electrical Engineering)

1- Having taken a course of electrical machine
2- Having taken a course of electronic power
3- Have basic knowledge of energy storage


Objectif

The objective of the "E-mobility" course is to train engineers in the technologies necessary for the design of an electric powertrain, to teach them to broaden their field of knowledge with a global approach in the service of mobility and electric vehicles.

In the presence of the specifications, the student must be able to:

1- To size and choose, or to justify, the main equipment of an electric powertrain (bicycle, car, trolley, etc.),
2- To know the technologies, characteristics and performances of the main equipment present in the electric powertrain,
3 - To interpret the electrical diagrams of the electric powertrain,
3- To decode and compare technical documentation of the equipment,
4- To establish a complete power balance sheet and evaluate the energy potential of an electric vehicle,


Programme

1- Electric and Hybrid Vehicle

- Introduction
- Sustainable mobility issues
- Electrical Architecture of Electric and Hybrid Vehicles

2- Choice and control of electrical machines:

- Modeling and control and DC motor
- Synchronous motor representation and modeling
- -Implementation of stator current, stator flux and speed regulations,
- -Simulation and validation of the system's response to a load profile.

3- Energy storage system

- -Storage means (flywheels, batteries, supercapacit"es, power to gas...), Ragone plan and application to batteries and fuel cells.
- Definition of the source(s) adapted to fulfil a mission according to the relevant indicators. - Simulation and validation of the storage system response for a typical electric vehicle


Compétences attendues

- Understand a complex subject for modelling
- Sizing the elements of an electric powertrain.
- Perform a performance forecast for an electric powertrain
- Synthesize a bibliographic search
- Work in groups and in project mode


Contraintes pédagogiques - Méthodes pédagogiques

The basic concepts will be covered in class (9H). But they will have to be deepened by personal work during the projects (15h).

Working independently:

- Further development of the programming skills of the Trinamic , microcontroller systems, Labview Myrio boards, for the emulation of the electric traction chain.
- Investment in projects


Contraintes pédagogiques - Moyens spécifiques

PFGE - Computer room C.301 (Matlab software (simulink))
PFGE - Project area T0.31a&b
PFGE- Electrical engineering TP room (L0.12a) (Trinamic & Labview Myrio maps)


Mode d'évaluation

Team project evaluation with final presentation in English and demonstration of the structure carried out with a technical report


Bibliographie

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[3] B. Multon and L. Hirsinger, ÒProblème de la motorisation d'un véhicule électrique, 1ère partie,Ó pp. 53–6453, 1995.
[4] M. WA S T R A E T, ÒVéhicules électriques et hybrides,Ó ANFA, 2011.
[5] Hybrid & Electric Vehicle Implementation Agreement, ÒOutlook for hybrid and electric vehicles,Ó International Energy Agency, 2009.
[6] R. Sadoun, ÒIntérêt d'une Source d'Energie Electrique Hybride pour véhicule électrique urbain – dimensionnement et tests de cyclage,Ó Thèse de Doctorat, ECOLE CENTRALE DE LILLE, 2013.
[7] B. O. Varga, C. Iclodean, and F. Mariasiu, Electric and Hybrid Buses for Urban Transport. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2016.
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[12] K. T. Chau and W. Li, ÒOverview of electric machines for electric and hybrid vehicles,Ó Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, The University of Hong Kong, Pokfulam, Hong Kong.
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[14] B. Zoubir, ÒCours commande des machines électriques,Ó UNIVERSITE ABDERRAHMANE MIRA – BEJAìA, 2014.
[15] M. Albu, ÒOne and two quadrant choppers,Ó Department of Energy Utilisation, Electrical Drives and Industrial Automation,ROMANIA.
[16] J. Aubry, ÒModélisation et Commande des moteurs électriques,Ó Cours d'Electrotechnique, École supérieure des techniques aéronautiques et de construction automobile, 2014.
[17] B. Multon, ÒLes machines synchrones autopilotées,Ó Cours d'Electrotechnique, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan, 2010.



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