Aktive Forschungsprojekte

16_FFG_FUTURE - Functional optimization of battery storage systems in electric road motorcycles
The aim is to optimize the vehicle traction battery by using new materials by means of new construction design and also by a fusion of components of a battery pack which fulfill a very similar function.
Mitarbeiter
Forschungsgebiete
Beginn: 01.01.2017
Ende: 31.12.2018
16_IND_Empiric_P02 2017 - Sensitivity analysis to determine the injury risk for a selected crash load case on the influence of the occupant position at t0, defining the baseline to derive specifications for future integrated safety systems.
Integrated safety systems gaining more importance in the area of occupant protection. Due to the introduction of pre-crash measures (for example: AEB) an occupant forward movement is likely. In those cases the occupant is at t0 not in the intended "standard sitting position" as defined in the norms. Additionally a deviating positon of the occupant can also be seen by changing the seat position relatively to the vehcile which are as outside the norm specifications. Actual restraint systems are not developed for all combinations of those occupant and seat movements and are not defined in the relevant testing procedures. The questions that arise are: What benefits can be expected with respect to the occupant restraint systems if the corresponding logic (for example occupant weight) is modified before t0, due to specific occupant positions? What are the requirements for future integrated safety systems?
Mitarbeiter
Forschungsgebiete
Beginn: 01.01.2017
Ende: 31.10.2017
16_FFG_IMPROVE - Optimal infrastructure planning by considering new vehicle technologies in the traffic simulation
The aim of this project is to get through the combination of two simulation models (traffic flow simulation and accident simulation) to a new holistic traffic simulation method.
Mitarbeiter
Forschungsgebiete
Beginn: 01.10.2016
Ende: 31.03.2019
16_IND_Brief_P02 - Development of a Methode for the Assessment of integral Pedestrian Protection Systems - Phase 02
In passenger cars integral vehicle safety systems for pedestrian protection gain importance. Mitigating the consequences of primary impact does not suffice. To further reduce injury riks, the secondary impact has to be considered. In numerical simulations, though, studying the secondary impact is not straightforward due to its high demands in resources. In Brief Phase 01 methods have been developed to reduce CPU costs in long-duration simulations (2500 ms). Total CPU time was reduced considerably to approx. 1/3, still one calculation takes approx. 7 days. In Phase 02 the time-costs for calculation shall be further reduced, to enable parameter studies.
Mitarbeiter
Forschungsgebiete
Beginn: 01.10.2016
Ende: 30.04.2017
16_FFG_BENCHMARK - Assessment of the effectiveness of safety measures of tunnel niches and abutements of car collisions
The goal of this project is to identify different safety measures before tunnel niches and tunnel abutments to minimize the risk of injury to the occupants in the vehicle impacts on the basis of finite element simulations and real tests considering different impact angles from theoretical considerations and accident data.
Mitarbeiter
Forschungsgebiete
Beginn: 01.09.2016
Ende: 31.08.2017
HiLITe - High Level Integration Technology
Simulation of park-assistent: trajectory planning and tracking.
Mitarbeiter
Projektleiter/in an der OE
Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. Christian Ellersdorfer
Forschungsgebiete
Beginn: 15.08.2016
Ende: 16.06.2017
16_IND_Truck_Effect - Effectiveness analysis of driver assistance systems for commercial vehicles
Objective is the effectiveness analysis of driver assistance systems for commercial vehicles.
Mitarbeiter
Forschungsgebiete
Beginn: 01.07.2016
Ende: 31.12.2017
16_FFG_3D_Strassenplanung - 3-dimensional transport infrastructure planning and consideration of vehicle dynamics and human factors
Content and objective of this research project is the analysis of the current standard in 3-dimensional infrastructure planning. A method is developed to optimize the 3D planning taking into account vehicle dynamics.
Mitarbeiter
Forschungsgebiete
Beginn: 01.07.2016
Ende: 31.12.2017
15_IND_Pegasus_P01 - Accident analysis and development of a methodology to determine the criticality of traffic accidents
This project aims to enable the analysis of road traffic accidents to development an evaluation methodology to determine the criticality of traffic accidents.
Mitarbeiter
Forschungsgebiete
Beginn: 01.04.2016
Ende: 31.12.2018
15_VIF_eKoSi - Electrical Components – integrated in the structure
In this research project, the relevant factors for a safe integration of electric drive concepts in the vehicle body will be investigated and new development methods will be elaborated. In this research, particular attention will be paid on the components with a relevant structural function.
Mitarbeiter
Forschungsgebiete
Beginn: 01.10.2015
Ende: 30.09.2017
14_VIF_TANDEM_X3_T4 - Methods for the efficacy assessment of protective systems for bicyclists
Integrated vehicle safety is the combination of active and passive safety measures. For the design of new integrated safety systems no normative or standardized virtual tools to evaluate effectiveness are available. The integration of various systems requires an interdisciplinary view on driver, vehicle, and environment, as well as the development of multidisciplinary simulation method and processes. A key tool within these multidisciplinary activities is the co-simulation, which combines various tool and models to describe the characteristics of the interconnected system.
Mitarbeiter
Forschungsgebiete
  • Research Pillar - Development of Methods and Basics
  • Research Pillar - Integrated Safety
Beginn: 01.12.2014
Ende: 31.05.2017
15_VIF Thrusty - Thermal runaway safety of lithium ion cells
The thermal runaway (TR) process of lithium ion cells is not well understood. This project develops methods to evaluate this TR-process and performs an empiric upscaling to big automotive cells and small modules.
Mitarbeiter
Forschungsgebiete
  • Research Pillar - Development of Methods and Basics
Beginn: 01.05.2014
Ende: 30.04.2017
12_IND-iGLAD - Initiative for the Global Harmonization of Accident Data
Accident data analysis
Mitarbeiter
Projektleiter/in an der OE
Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. Ernst Tomasch
Forschungsgebiete
  • Research Pillar - Development of Methods and Basics
Beginn: 01.09.2011
Road restraint systems testing (EN 1317) and impact tests (EN 12767)
The Vehicle Safety Institite offer testing of road restraint systems according to EN 1317 and pole testing according to EN 12767. The Institute fulfills the requirements of EN 17025 and is accredited as Testing Laboratory. The accredited technical fields are published in the list of accredited bodies at www.bmwfj.gv.at/akkreditierung with the identification number 259.
Mitarbeiter
Kontaktperson
Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. Ernst Tomasch
Teilnehmer / Mitarbeiter
Dipl.-Ing. Stefan Kirschbichler
Forschungsgebiete
  • Research Topic 5: Testing / Verification
  • Research Pillar - Virtual and Physical Testing
Beginn: 01.07.2009
HWS Gutachten
Erstellung von Kurzgutachten zur Beurteilung einer HWS Verletzung
Mitarbeiter
Projektleiter
Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. Ernst Tomasch
Kontaktperson
Univ.-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. Hermann Steffan
Forschungsgebiete
  • Research Topic 1: Accident Research
  • Research Pillar - Development of Methods and Basics
Beginn: 01.06.2006
CEDATU - Central Database for In-Depth Accident Study
2004 wurde das Projekt ZEDATU beim Österreichischen Verkehrssicherheitsfonds als Pilotprojekt gestartet. Ein großer Unterschied zur Nationalen Statistik besteht in der vollständigen Unfallrekonstruktion jedes Verkehrsunfalls mit dem Unfallrekonstruktionsprogramm PC CRASH. Dadurch stehen Unfallparameter wie beispielsweise Ausgangs- und Kollisionsgeschwindigkeit der beteiligten Fahrzeuge, Fahrlinie, Reaktionspunkt etc. für eine Auswertung zur Verfügung. Ein wichtiger Punkt ist die Einbeziehung der Datenfelder der amtlichen Unfallstatistik, wodurch eine österreichspezifische Auswertung durch Verknüpfung der Unfalltypen der Unfallzählblätter möglich ist. Derzeit erfolgt eine fortlaufende Datensammlung von Verkehrsunfällen mit Personenschaden.
Mitarbeiter
Projektleiter
Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. Ernst Tomasch
Forschungsgebiete
  • Research Topic 1: Accident Research
  • Research Pillar - Development of Methods and Basics
Beginn: 01.01.2006

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