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  • Visite et conférence du Professeur Hiroshi Fujimoto de l’Université de Tokyo

    L’UTC rece­vra la visite du Pro­fes­seur Hiro­shi Fuji­mo­to de l’Université de Tokyo au sein du labo­ra­toire Heu­dia­syc, le lun­di 4 juillet 2022.

    La visite se fait dans le cadre du pro­jet Euro­péen H2020 RISE OWheel (https://owheel.eu/), auquel l’UTC est par­te­naire, et à l’occasion de la codi­rec­tion de la thèse de Hugo Pous­seur au labo­ra­toire Heudiasyc.

    À cette occa­sion, le Pro­fes­seur Fuji­mo­to don­ne­ra une confé­rence à 10h30 dans la salle GI042 du bât du GI .

    Prof. Hiro­shi Fuji­mo­to, Uni­ver­si­té de Tokyo,
    Depart­ment of Advan­ced Ener­gy, Gra­duate School of Fron­tier Sciences
    Depart­ment of Elec­tri­cal Engi­nee­ring, Gra­duate School of Engineering

    Title: Advan­ced control of elec­tric vehicles and deve­lop­ment of wire­less in-wheel motors

    Abs­tract: Elec­tric vehicles (EVs) have attrac­tive poten­tial not only for ener­gy and envi­ron­men­tal per­for­mance but also for vehicle motion control because elec­tric motors have quick and mea­su­rable torque res­ponse. The speaker’s labo­ra­to­ry has deve­lo­ped a com­ple­te­ly ori­gi­nal EV which has active front and rear stee­ring sys­tems. We ins­tal­led high-torque direct-drive in-wheel motors and late­ral force sen­sors to all wheels.
    In the first part of this talk, our recent stu­dies on advan­ced motion control and auto­no­mous dri­ving to enhance safe­ty, dri­ving com­fort, and ener­gy effi­cien­cy will be brie­fly intro­du­ced. In the second part, a new type of in-wheel motor, which receives elec­tric power by wire­less power trans­fer using magne­tic reso­nance cou­pling and control signals by wire­less com­mu­ni­ca­tion, in order to avoid the dis­con­nec­tion of power and signal cables have been deve­lo­ped. This sys­tem is cal­led Wire­less In-Wheel Motor (W‑IWM). In this sys­tem, it is also pos­sible to direct­ly trans­mit power to the in-wheel motor without cables from under­ground coils for dyna­mic char­ging in order to extend the crui­sing range. This talk intro­duces the over­view and desi­gn methods of the W‑IWM. We also eva­luate the cha­rac­te­ris­tics of the W‑IWM when ins­tal­led on an elec­tric vehicle and demons­trate its effec­ti­ve­ness by dri­ving tests.

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