Ghent University is coordinating the CliMAFlux project. UGent is also work package leader on the motor design activities and will work out an axial flux rotor concept with …

Traxial supports the CliMAFlux project through the custom development of a high-end motor with excellent efficiency, proven circularity and manufacturability for mass production.

The research department of Tenneco International will develop, design and manufacture new series of axial flux motors for the actuation of electrified chassis systems to be integrated in a fossil-free, zero-emission production process active suspension system.

The Vehicle Dynamics research team of POLITO deals with different aspects concerning the dynamic behaviour of vehicles, i.e., performance, handling, comfort, efficiency and NVH. The research involves the main chassis systems (suspension, steering, braking, transmission and tire) as well as their evolution towards active configurations characterized by electronically controlled actuation.

The working group “Smart Vehicle Systems” of TUI will validate all the research results by means of XiL technology, in particular the axial flux motor (AF) components and subsystems which used in the vehicles.

Bluways international is responsible for the power electronics integration.

STARD, part of Stohl Group GmbH, will design the gearbox and focus on an optimized transmission system.

The Mobility and Vehicle Innovation Group (MOVING) of Unifi is responsible for determining the effectiveness of the proposed solutions regarding the balance between performance, cost and life cycle sustainability. The group will conduct LCA and LCC studies to assess the sustainability of the proposed solutions.

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