Innovative fast inductive charging

solution for electric vehicles

Innovative fast inductive charging
solution for electric vehicles

Public reports

This page presents the public deliverables of the project that are available for downloading. An abstract on every one of them allows to have a glance at the topic addressed.

D3.1: Integration of whole charging infrastructure simulation report Download document
Abstract: The limited range anxiety is one of the main obstacles in the vast deployment of electric vehicles. Fast inductive charging can effectively address this particular issue, allowing the drivers to wireless charge their vehicle within a small amount of time. Particularly, on-route inductive charging offers the ability to charge while moving eliminating any concerns on the travel range of an electric vehicle. Inductive charging, however, is expected to introduce a huge modification in the EV demand. The scope of this deliverable is to identify the demand of inductive charging and observe the impact of such a demand in the distribution grid.

D3.2: Demand management system report Download document
Abstract: This deliverable aims to present the EV charging management system developed within the framework of the FastInCharge project. The aim of the energy management system is to facilitate EV charging in an urban environment offering fast wireless charging capabilities to EV users while considering the network capacity limitation.

D4.3: EV CAE analysis report Download document
Abstract: FastInCharge project aims to demonstrate a fast inductive charging prototype applied to Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs). The core of the project is the Inductive Power Transfer Module (IPTM) system, entirely developed by the project partners; its secondary section is the portion of the IPTM that will be installed on the vehicle, in order to capture the electromagnetic energy transmitted by the primary section installed on the ground in the best way and transmit it to the traction battery with the highest efficiency achievable. The components involved in the secondary of the IPTM are all enclosed in a unique assembly, linked on the structural chassis of the demonstrator vehicle that is an Iveco Daily. The aim of this report is to describe the crash analysis of the IPTM mechanical design, where it has been simulated a crash event applying a Euro NCAP rear pulse.

D5.2: Report on the technical impact of the implementation Download document
Abstract: This deliverable aims to assess the grid impact of (static and dynamic) inductive charging, in respect to the demonstration results in the city of Douai. Based on these results, the input parameters of the tools estimating the inductive charging energy requirements are evaluated. Furthermore, the correlation between Renewable Energy Sources (RES) production and inductive charging is studied, examining the maximum allowable number of dynamic stations that can be installed in an urban distribution network, considering different RES penetration and network load increase scenarios.

D6.1: Website Download document
Abstract: The website dedicated to FastInCharge is the main dissemination tool. Through this deliverable, the mechanisms of its construction are explained, from the methodology to the content.

D6.2: Report on the dissemination campaign Download document
Abstract: The main goal of the dissemination campaign was to provide general information related to e-mobility, green transport and cities, and more specifically, information on the project. In order to reach the large audience targeted in the project, a wide range of communication tools was provided and fully exploited during the project.

D6.3: Articles in scientific journals Download document
Abstract: FastInCharge results were disseminated across Europe by different forms. The scientific community was informed about FIC achievements at conferences, workshops and other science events. The partners also published 9 scientific peer reviewed articles which are tabularized in this deliverable.