Tražilica projekata

Na ovoj stranici nalazi se popis domaćih i međunarodnih projekata na kojima FER sudjeluje kao nositelj projekta ili partner. Poveznica s imena pojedinog projekta vodi na stranicu na kojoj možete pronaći više detalja o odabranom projektu.

U popisu projekata koriste se sljedeće oznake:

  • Linija financiranja određuje izvor financiranja, npr.:
    • MZOS označava financiranje Ministarstva znanosti, obrazovanja i sporta Republike Hrvatske (MZOS). Broj nakon skraćenice MZOS, npr. 'MZOS 2007', označava godinu u kojoj je projekt započeo s radom. 
    • BICRO označava financiranje Poslovno-inovacijskog centra Hrvatske - BICRO d.o.o., 
    • HZZ označava financiranje Hrvatske zaklade za znanost (stari naziv: NZZ - Nacionalna zaklada za znanost, visoko školstvo i tehnologijski razvoj Republike Hrvatske).
  • Tip određuje vrstu projekta. 
    • ZP označava znanstvene projekte MZOS-a, 
    • INFO označava iProjekte.

Podaci u tražilici preuzimaju se periodično iz baze međunarodnih projekata Sveučilišta u Zagrebu.


Projekti

   

Project

Acronym:
ELTRAC 
Name:
Napredni elektromotorni pogoni za primjene u vuči 
Project status:
From: 2014-10-01 To: 2018-09-30 (Execution)
Type (Programme):
HRZZ 

Croatian partner

Organisation name:
Contact person name:
Izv.prof.dr.sc. Damir Žarko
Contact person tel:

Short description of project

The development of more efficient transport equipment and reduction of their environmental footprint is in the scope of the energy policy of the EU. The electrification of the transport equipment and the shift of the freight shipments from road to more efficient rail are some of the key elements for the overall increase of energy efficiency in transport and reduction of the greenhouse gas emissions. This project puts emphasis on development of advanced electric drives for traction vehicles for passenger and freight transport running on tracks. Traditional approach to the design of electric drives has an emphasis on components without insufficient insight into the interaction among them and thus it fails to deliver the optimal performance of the overall traction system. The main objective of this project is to enhance the general approach to design of electric drive systems for traction applications by utilizing a synergetic approach to component design accompanied with advanced control algorithms to maximize the system performance and efficiency and minimize the life cycle cost of the vehicle. This objective will be achieved through: (1) development of software tools for computer aided design of electric drive components for traction applications using multiphysics approach with consideration of component interaction with the rest of the system, (2) development of different traction power converters topologies for evaluation of various modulation and control methods, (3) development of software environment for dynamic simulation of traction system performance which couples complex nonlinear models of system components with the models of control algorithm and vehicle dynamics, (4) development of the electric drive control system based on optimal control approach which ensures maximum efficiency of the system during entire drive cycle of the vehicle. The developed algorithms will be experimentally tested on the scaled model of the traction system.