Aktive Forschungsprojekte

20_IND_CoHerent_P05 - Development of a certification procedure for pedestrian models
Development of a procedure to improve comparability of Human Body Model simulations in pedestrian protection assessments.
Mitarbeiter
Projektleiter/in an der OE
Corina Klug
Ass.Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn.
Beginn: 31.12.2020
Ende: 29.09.2021
20_IND_CrasH2.0 - Characterization of the electromechanical failure of HV conductor rails
The aim of this project is to investigate the mechanical behaviour in combination with the electrical failure under dynamic mechanical load. The obtained measurement data will provide important input for simulation models.
Mitarbeiter
Projektleiter/in an der OE
Georg Baumann
Dipl.-Ing. BSc
Beginn: 31.10.2020
Ende: 30.03.2021
20_FFG_INTERACT - Improved holistic assessment of pedestrian protection
The aim of INTERACT is to improve the effectivity assessment of active pedestrian safety systems, which contributes to the prevention of pedestrian accidents and the reduction of injury severities.
Mitarbeiter
Konsortialführer/in bzw. Koordinator/in von mehreren TU Graz Instituten
Corina Klug
Ass.Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn.
Projektleiter/in an der OE
Horst Bischof
Univ.-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn.
Arno Eichberger
Assoc.Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn.
Beginn: 30.06.2020
Ende: 29.06.2023
20_VIF_IMPACT - Influence of scenario-based variation parameters on the effectiveness of driver assistance systems for accident prevention
The aim of this research project is to demonstrate the advantage of using virtual simulation for the evaluation of ADAS.
Mitarbeiter
Projektleiter/in an der OE
Jörg Moser
Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn.
Beginn: 31.12.2019
Ende: 30.12.2022
19_FFG_BonuS - Review of Li-ion battery modules on crash safety and life time in terms of breathing and swelling
During charging and discharging of Li-ion batteries the thickness of the cell increases reversible due to intercalation (“breathing”) and non-reversible due to ageing effects (“swelling”). This may influence crash safety and lifetime of a battery module. Within project BonuS these aspects will be investigated scientifically based on numerical simulations and experimental methods on the laboratory scale. In future, the scientific insights of this research project may enable the development of significantly improved battery modules with respect to safety and lifetime.
Mitarbeiter
Konsortialführer/in bzw. Koordinator/in bei Kooperationen mit externen Organisationen
Simon Franz Heindl
Dipl.-Ing.
Projektleiter/in an der OE
Martin Wilkening
Univ.-Prof. Dr.rer.nat.
Beginn: 30.09.2019
Ende: 30.03.2022
19_FFG_SPOT - Security and production-oriented concept analysis of Traction batteries for electric two-wheeled vehicles
Electric Powered Two Wheelers (E-PTWs) will play an important role in the future mobility. Although the number of E-PTWs is strong increasing, manufactures are struggling to develop vehicles that can respond to the desires of the customers in terms of performance, safety and costs, especially in case of electric motorcycles. The cause can be found in the high development and production costs of the traction battery and its integration that in the current State of the Art is developed separately for every vehicle. This creates an increase in the development costs and limits the products that manufactures can bring to the market, with a negative effect in the market penetration of E-PTWs.
Mitarbeiter
Konsortialführer/in bzw. Koordinator/in bei Kooperationen mit externen Organisationen
Christian Ellersdorfer
Ass.Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn.
Beginn: 01.09.2019
Ende: 31.03.2022
19_FFG_BRAFA - Impact of vehicles with alternative propulsion systems under fire
Alternative propulsion systems, including battery-electric vehicles, are becoming more prevalent. Whilst such vehicles remain a small overall proportion of the vehicle fleet, the combination of impacts of Government policy and technological advances in alternative fuels is expected to accelerate their increase in numbers on the road and in tunnels in coming years. As a result of these changes, the nature of tunnel safety risk (including from fire) is expected to change with time and detailed consideration of the risk of significant incidents involving such vehicles is required. This should include the evaluation of incident consequences with particular attention paid to fire characteristics and toxic emissions and their impact on tunnel users and on emergency intervention strategies. This project collates currently available information on these issues, and will contribute strongly to future development.
Mitarbeiter
Konsortialführer/in bzw. Koordinator/in von mehreren TU Graz Instituten
Peter-Johann Sturm
Ao.Univ.-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn.
Projektleiter/in an der OE
Simon Franz Heindl
Dipl.-Ing.
Beginn: 31.05.2019
Ende: 30.05.2021
19_FFG_KORR_DVR - Combination of new innovative corrosion protection, design and safety concepts in the permanent application of passive road infrastructure restraint systems
In the current research project, the focus is on the development of new innovative, modular passive protective devices in terms of improving "Durability", "Visibility" and "Recognizability". These terms include the material corrosion issue, traffic safety and aspects of highly automated driving.
Mitarbeiter
Projektleiter/in an der OE
Wolfgang Sinz
Assoc.Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn.
Beginn: 31.12.2018
Ende: 30.12.2022
18_VIF_VEGAS_A2203 - Methods for virtual release of belt systems
The aim of this research project is to use virtual methods to evaluate customer and crash relevant functions of a harness system in an early project phase with high predictive quality.
Mitarbeiter
Projektleiter/in an der OE
Wolfgang Sinz
Assoc.Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn.
Beginn: 30.11.2018
Ende: 29.11.2021
18_IND_ADAM - Advanced Pedestrian Safety Evaluation
The aim of the project is to study the behaviour of pedestrian in the pre- and incrash phase.
Mitarbeiter
Projektleiter/in an der OE
Corina Klug
Ass.Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn.
Beginn: 30.09.2018
Ende: 29.09.2021
18_EU_VIRTUAL - Open access virtual testing protocols for enhanced road user safety
The objective of VIRTUAL is to improve the safety of road users by providing procedures and open access tools to assess the benefit of novel safety systems. The goal is to establish a European based global hub for Open Source Virtual Testing (OpenVT) and to demonstrate its success in traffic safety. Open Source Human Body Models of both men and women will be made available in a format that is scalable to represent different ages and sizes of car occupants, vulnerable road users, and users of public transport.
Mitarbeiter
Projektleiter/in an der OE
Corina Klug
Ass.Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn.
Beginn: 31.05.2018
Ende: 30.05.2022
18_EU_OSCCAR - Future Occupant Safety for Crashes in Cars
OSCCAR uses a comprehensive integrated approach for the development of future advanced occupant protection systems. It will provide a unique human body model (HBM)-based development and assessment framework, covering main challenges of future road safety due to the introduction of highly automated vehicles as well as changes in demographics. Based on the analysis of future relevant accident scenarios and considering new, highly automated vehicles (HAVs) enabled sitting positions, advanced occupant protection principles will be developed and demonstrated. These require assessment with improved HBMs (omni-directionally biofidelic, active and robust), considering gender and demographic factors as well as improved soft tissues material properties.
Mitarbeiter
Projektleiter/in an der OE
Ernst Tomasch
Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn.
Beginn: 31.05.2018
Ende: 30.05.2021
SafeBattery - Safe Lithium-Based Traction Batteries
The goal of SafeBattery is to investigate the mechanical, electrochemical and chemical-thermodynamic behaviour including a hazard quantification of lithium-based single-cell and single modules under crash loads (acceleration and deformation) taking into account product life, i.e. the mechanical and chemical changes that take place over product life.
Mitarbeiter
Konsortialführer/in bzw. Koordinator/in bei Kooperationen mit externen Organisationen
Christian Ellersdorfer
Ass.Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn.
Projektleiter/in an der OE
Martin Wilkening
Univ.-Prof. Dr.rer.nat.
Beginn: 31.03.2017
Ende: 30.03.2021
WoodC.A.R. - Computer Aided Research
The vision of the K-Project WoodCAR (Wood – Computer Aided Research) is to introduce Engineered Wood Products (EWP), Engineered Wood Components (EWC) and wood-based materials to the mobility sector, which follows the demand for improvement of environmental and economic sustainable materials in this branch.
Mitarbeiter
Projektleiter/in an der OE
Florian Feist
Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn.
Beginn: 28.02.2017
Ende: 27.02.2021
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