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LCVTP Presentation Agenda
• Introduction
• LCVT Project Background & Objectives
• Project Structure & Status
• SME / Supplier Engagement strategy
• Project Achievements
Background – LCVT Project
NAIGT Vision
•
A competitive, growing and dynamic industry making a large and increasing
contribution to employment and prosperity in the UK, and playing a decisive
global role in developing exciting, low carbon vehicle transportation solutions.
UK Automotive Council
•
Create a transformed business environment in the UK.
•
Develop further the technology roadmap for low carbon vehicles and fuels.
•
Develop a stronger and more competitive supply chain.
•
Ensure a strategic, continuous dialogue between Government and the
automotive industry.
The Low Carbon vehicle Technology Project has been constructed to support
delivery and acceleration of the NAIGT Low Carbon Technology Roadmap.
EU Fleet Average CO2
Targets (g/km)
130
100
80
Fuel Cell Vehicle
Demonstrators
H2 Infrastructure
Mass Market EV Technology
Niche EVs
Charging Infrastructure
Energy Storage Breakthrough
Plug-In Hybrid
Demonstrators
Energy Storage Breakthrough
Ultra-Low Carbon
/Electrification
Fuel Cell Stack & H2 storage Breakthrough
Low Carbon
Full Hybrid
Micro/Mild Hybrid
IC Engine and Transmission innovations (gasoline/diesel/renewables)
Vehicle Weight and Drag Reduction
2000
2010
2020
2030
2040
2050
In the 2013-14 timeframe, CO2 reduction will be enabled by ‘the bottom
half’ of the NAIGT roadmap. For many manufacturers this is the
dominating focus for current resources and technology investment.
Low Carbon Vehicle technology Project (LCVTP)
£19m + £10m Private Match (2009-2014)
•
5 Main Industrial Partners, JLR, TATA,
ZYTEK, RICARDO, MIRA
•
2 Research Establishments, WMG,
Coventry University
•
Major Sub-contracts, Cranfield University &
University of Glamorgan
•
Build on previous WMG & Industry projects
•
Accelerate the introduction of Low Carbon
Vehicle Technologies by 4 years
•
Deliver Socio-economic benefits
•
Identify & develop low carbon supply chain
opportunities
Key low carbon technology acceleration enablers
2009
|
Premium Vehicle
Lightweight
Technologies (PVLT)
Premium Vehicle
Customer Interface
Technologies (PVCIT)
Premium Automotive
Research &
Development (PARD)
Coventry
University
Project
Kick off
|
2010
Technology
Kick off
JLR
Technology
Strategy
2011
MIRA
Concept
Readiness
Jaguar Land Rover
Generic Technology
Validator (GTV)
RICARDO
Application
Readiness
Implementation
Readiness
Project
closure
TATA Generic
Technology
Validator (GTV)
Ricardo Generic
TATA
WMG
ZYTEK
Technology
Validator (GTV)
Timeline
CR Gateway
Nov 2011
Project Management Plan Appendix A
Overall Project Plan & Workstream Structure
2009
2010
2011
Updated 10th Dec 09
Q1
Steering Group Dates
Dec
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
July
AR
AR
AR
AR
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Jan
2012
Q2
Q3
Apr
July
Q4
Oct
Q1
Jan
2013
Q2
Q3
Apr
July
Q4
Oct
Q1
Jan
2014
Q2
Q3
Apr
July
Q4
Oct
Workstream
1. Battery Cells & Packs
2. Drive Motors
3. Power Electronics
4. High Voltage Electrical Distribution
5. Auxiliary Power Units
6. Vehicle Supervisory Control
7. Lightweight Structures
8. Vehicle Dynamics & Traction Control
9. High Efficiency HVAC & System Cooling
10. Reduction of Parasitic Losses
11. Waste Energy & Energy Storage
12. Aerodynamic Performance
13. HMI Engineering
14. Large Saloon Beacon Vehicle
15. Ultra Small Beacon Vehicle
Output Pattern (% by End)
Gateway Codes
TKO - Technology Kick Off
TS - Technology Strategy
CR - Concept Readiness
AR - Application Readiness
IR - Implementation Readiness
PC - Project Closure
TKO
TKO
TKO
TKO
TKO
TKO
TKO
TKO
TKO
TKO
TKO
TKO
TKO
Output Category
Jobs Safeguarded (R1B)
Business Support (O3)
Business Support SMEs (O3C)
Collab with Knowledge Base (O3B)
Skills (NVQ3 Level) (O6)
Value Added
Incremental R&D Investment
Private investment Levered (O7A)
New Products & Processes
TS
CR
TS
CR
CR
TS
TS
CR
TS
TS
AR
CR
CR
TS
AR
AR
CR
AR
TS
TS
CR
CR
TS
AR
AR
CR
TS
TS
AR
CR
CR
TS
CR
AR
AR
AR
AR
IR
IR
IR
IR
IR
IR
IR
IR
IR
IR
IR
IR
IR
PC
PC
PC
PC
PC
PC
PC
PC
PC
PC
PC
PC
PC
25%
50%
50%
50%
50%
100%
100%
100%
100%
25%
50%
75%
25%
25%
25%
25%
Active R&D Phase
Technology
Development
50%
50%
50%
50%
75%
75%
75%
100%
Dissemination & Embedding
Phase – Socio-Economic
Phase
100%
100%
100%
100%
How LCVTP Addresses the Needs
• Most existing projects are aiming at vehicle level applications.
• LCVTP is intended to take a good hard look at enabling technologies
- Such as batteries/controls systems & parasitic losses etc.
• Harnesses capabilities & experience of all Partners, Sub-contractors
and external project expertise.
• Develops simulation tools and technology concepts with lab/ GTV
validation to Application ready.
• Feeds into follow-on OEM / Supplier projects.
Reducing Carbon Emissions
1. Activity - reduced transport usage
2. Reduce carbon content of fuel or fuels from renewable sources
3. Improve vehicle and power-train efficiency
Life Cycle Analysis
Hybrid Electric Vehicles
Flywheel [Kinetic]
Plug in Hybrids
Electric Vehicles
Combustion
Transmission
Driveline
Powertrain Efficiency
Weight Efficiency
Vehicle Architecture
Body in White
Components
Aerodynamics
Tyres
Chassis systems
Energy management
- Chassis systems
- Electrical
PARASITICS
REDUCTION
EFFICIENT PROPULSION
WS1
Battery Packs
WS2
Drive Motors
WS3
Power Electronics
WS4
HV Distribution
WS5
Aux Power-units
WS9
HVAC & Cooling
WS10
Parasitic Losses
WS11
Energy Recovery
& Storage
WS6
Vehicle Supervisory
control
WS13
HMI
WS12
Aerodynamics
WS8
Vehicle Dynamics &
Traction Control
WS14/15
Validator
Vehicles
BRAND
COMPATIBLE
EXPERIENCE
WS7
Lightweight
structures
Project Technical Objectives (1)
•
WS1 – Battery performance models for use in BMS systems
•
WS2 – develop performance-efficient, modular and scale-able drive motors
designs.
•
WS3 – deliver fundamental understanding related to power electronics in real
world automotive environments.
•
WS4 – deliver generic, safe, scale-able, lightweight and low costs HVEDS
•
WS5 – Consider the requirements and optimum APU design (ICE and generator).
•
WS6 – VSC simulation and validation methodologies for real world automotive
requirements
•
WS7 – define enabling technology to support a 20% vehicle weight reduction
(lightweight glazing, battery box/chassis, composite panels, interior and vehicle
architecture)
Project Technical Objectives (2)
•
WS8 – define and integrate new & innovative regenerative braking systems.
•
WS9 – low carbon vehicle thermal energy management.
•
WS10 – develop & evaluate new technologies to reduce parasitic losses.
•
WS11 – identify alternative & appropriate energy storage routes that
complement battery technologies identified.
•
WS12 – achieve low aerodynamic drag coefficients (0,23) through design of
novel passive / active devices to control aerodynamic flow.
•
WS13 – identify appropriate HMI solutions to satisfy LCV driver requirements.
•
WS14 – Jaguar Land Rover GTV project
•
WS15 – TMETC GTV project
Supply Chain Engagement Strategy
•
Help UK Low Carbon SME / Suppliers develop enhanced ULC capability
through engagement with the LCVT Project & Partners.
•
Create an environment that builds relationships between Partners and potential
third party SME’s and Suppliers in the UK LCV supply chain.
•
Allow access for SME / Suppliers to LCVTP technology and outputs.
•
Promote active project engagement within the project funding rules.
Active Engagement
1.
Take part in workstreams as a collaboration & benefit from the project
2.
Supply resource, materials, analysis, prototyping, test work
Passive Engagement
1.
No part in the R&D project
2.
Take part in the Dissemination phase at the end of the project
SME & Supplier Engagement Process
JLR, Tata, WMG & Zytek commitment – December 18th 2009
Initial announcement at WMG KTN – Feb 4th
LCVT Project Expo – Feb 23rd 2010
75
Initial Team / Supplier discussions – Mar 1st to April 9th
Initial short-listing by workstream complete – April 30th 2010
39/31
(5)
Finalise Active SME / Supplier list – September 30th 2010
Complete AME / Supplier Agreements – November 30th 2010
Achievements to date
•
Successfully harnessed the large depth of knowledge within a large
OEM with the flexibility & agility of the smaller partners.
•
Implemented an R&D gateway process based on industry best practice
– KO & TS Gateway’s successfully achieved.
•
Resourced project with a mix of LCV experience, younger engineers
and re-skilling in a jobs growth area!
•
Launched the Supply Chain engagement process with 75 companies
declaring either an active/ passive relationship.
•
Completed the Technology benchmarking / research and are now
moving into the Concept definition project phase.
Find out more!
http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/wmg/research/low_carbon