LabCom_2022 - V2 - Laboratoires communs organismes de recherche publics – PME/ETI - Edition 2022 - Vague 2

MobilitY & reliability of Electrical chain Lab – MYEL

Submission summary

The common laboratory called "MYEL" aims to make the entire electric drive train more reliable by focusing on three main areas: making the components of this train more reliable, controlling them by means of appropriate control laws and predicting their failures. This LabCom is the initiative of the CRITTM2A (Centre de Recherche et d'Innovation Technique et Technologique Moteur et Acoustique Automobile) and the Laboratoire Systèmes Électrotechniques et Environnement (LSEE) of the University of Artois. The CRITTM2A is an independent test and expertise centre offering high value-added engineering, development and testing services in the fields of vibro-acoustics, batteries and electric and hybrid drive trains. The LSEE works on the design of electric machines that meet stringent requirements in terms of performance, durability and reliability; it also develops tools to diagnose their state of health. MYEL is part of a dynamic already initiated between the two partners with an ANR PRCE project launched at the end of 2021 in collaboration with two other companies. A first LabCom proposal was formulated in 2021; this version, which is more complete, is based on the remarks and advice given by the ANR evaluation committee.

Project coordination

Fabrice Morganti (LSEE - LABORATOIRE SYSTEMES ELECTROTECHNIQUES ET ENVIRONNEMENT)

The author of this summary is the project coordinator, who is responsible for the content of this summary. The ANR declines any responsibility as for its contents.

Partner

UR 4025 LSEE - LABORATOIRE SYSTEMES ELECTROTECHNIQUES ET ENVIRONNEMENT

Help of the ANR 363,000 euros
Beginning and duration of the scientific project: January 2023 - 54 Months

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