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March 17 NATIONAL CONFERENCE

Ride & Drive - Exhibition

09:30 Opening Session
Director-General of Inland Transportation, Mayor of Cascais, Chairman of the National Association of Portuguese Municipalities
President AVERE – European Association of Battery, Hybrid and Fuel Cell Electric Road Vehicles, President APVE – Portuguese Electric Vehicle Association

10:45 Parallel Sessions and Round Tables

13:00 Lunch

14:30 Parallel Sessions and Round Tables

NATIONAL AND EUROPEAN CONFERENCE

Ride & Drive - Exhibition

17:00 Closing session of national conference and official inauguration of the Exhibition
Secretary of State for Transports, Director-General of Inland Transportation, Mayor of Cascais, President AVERE, President APVE

18:00 Electrical Vehicles Parade
From the Estoril Congress Centre to the Cultural Centre of Cascais

19:30 Reception hosted by the Mayor of Cascais at the Cultural Centre of Cascais

March 18 EUROPEAN CONFERENCE

Ride & Drive - Exhibition


09:30 Opening Session
President of the Republic, Minister of Public Works, Transports and Housing, Mayor of Cascais, President AVERE, President APVE

10:30 Plenary Session - Keynote Speakers
Chairperson: Minister of Science and Higher Education

12:15 Lunch

13:30 Parallel Sessions

20:00 Gala Dinner (Guest speaker)

March 19 EUROPEAN CONFERENCE

Ride & Drive - Exhibition

08:30 Parallel Sessions

12:00 Lunch

13:30 Parallel Sessions

15:10 Final Round Table
“Roadmap for Electric Driven Vehicles”

17:00 Closing Session - Portuguese Wine and Cheese tasting
Minister, Mayor of Cascais, President AVERE, President APVE

March 20 Ride & Drive - Exposition


opening session Keynotes Speakers

 

President of the Committee of Honour: President of the Republic

Thursday Opening Session 18/03/04 09:30 – 10:30

Minister of Public Works, Transports and Housing
Mayor of Cascais
President of AVERE – European Association for Battery, Hybrid and Fuel Cell Electric Road Vehicles
President APVE – Portuguese Electric Vehicle Association


Plenary Session - Keynote Speakers 18/03/04 10:30 – 12:15

Mikel Murga - Leber Planificacion e Ingenieria, Bizkaia, Spain – Massachusetts Institute of Technology
James Rosenstein - Toyota Motor Europe – Vice President for External Affairs
Francis Eric Knight Britton EcoPlan International, Paris – Managing Director

 


ROUND TABLE

 

Friday Final Round Table 19/03/04 15:15 - 17:00

"Roadmap for Electric Driven Vehicles"

Moderators

Pietro Menga - President AVERE – Vice president C.E.I-CIVES (Italian AVERE section)
Robert Stüssi – Vice president APVE (Portuguese AVERE section) –- Vice president AVERE

Conclusions

Francis Eric Knight Britton EcoPlan International, Paris – Managing Director



  Local Authorities
Coimbra / Portugal - Mayor Carlos Encarnação
Reggio Emilia / Italy - Deputy Mayor Luciano Gobbi - Urban Environmental Compatibility
Stavanger / Norway - Harald N. Røstvik - Advisor to the Mayor
  Transport Authorities and Operators
ATAC - Roma / Italy Transport Authority - Director Giovanni Rovere
STCP - Porto / Portugal Transport Provider - Rocha Teixeira
  Manufacturers
Think / Norway - Director Bernd Winkler
Honda / Portugal - Director Pedro Meunier
Toyota Motor Europe - Didier Stevens - Manager Government Affairs
  Energy Providers
EDF Electricité de France - Bertrand Heilbronn

 

Topics List

 

Vision of the Cities

Good Practices

Perspectives: Environment and Technologies

Public Transportation Systems and Electric Buses

Perspectives for Hybrid Public Transportation

Urban Mobility Logistics

Car-sharing

Advanced Systems for the Future

Batteries Technology and Vehicles

Hybrid Electric Vehicles

Fuel Cells and Fuel Cells Vehicles

Small EV's

Electric Bikes

Electric Boats

Standards

Drives / Components /Simulation Tools

Drive trains / Simulation tools



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2004 EET Papers per Country

Country

2004 EET Paper

Portugal

22

France

11

Germany

11

Italy

7

United Kingdom

7

Belgium

6

Netherlands

6

Norway

4

Spain

4

Switzterland

4

Brasil

2

Luxemburg

2

Poland

2

Greece

1

Romania

1

U.S.A

1

TOTAL

91

 

 

 

 

conference sessions

Sessions Summary

 

18 March 13h30 - 15h30

1A Vision of the Cities
1B Good Practices I
1C Batteries Technology and Vehicles I
1D Drives / Components / Simulation Tools I

18 March 15h30 - 16h50

2A Urban Mobility Logistics
2B Fuel Cells and Fuel Cells Vehicles I
2C Batteries Technology and Vehicles II
2D Hybrid Electric Vehicles I

18 March 17h10 - 18h10

3A Electric Buses
3B Fuel Cells and Fuel Cells Vehicles II
3C Electric Boats
3D Electric Bikes

19 March 9h00 - 10h40

4A Perspectives: Environment and Technologies
4B Good Practices II
4C Perspectives for Hybrid Public Transportation
4D Drives / Components / Simulation Tools II

19 March 11h00 - 12h00

5A Car-sharing
5B Standards
5C Small EV's

19 March 13h30 - 14h50

6A Advanced Systems for the Future
6B Fuel Cells and Fuel Cells Vehicles III
6C Hybrid Electric Vehicles II

 

18  March 13h30 - 15h10

 

 

 

 

 

 

1A

Vision of the Cities

Michael Glotz-Richter

City of Bremen, Germany

 

e-mobility Rotterdam

Anthony Vermie

E-mobility Rotterdam

 

Current and future commitments towards sustainable public transportation by the City of Luxembourg

Georges Feltz, Nico Pundel, Erik Verhaeven

Department of AVL (Autobus de la Ville de Luxembourg) Vehicules et Maintenance

 

Learning from Successful Market Introduction Programmes for Clean City Vehicles

Sigrid Kleindienst Muntwyler

Engineering Office Muntwyler

 

The Importance for Infrastructures for EV: Experiences, and Relationships between Safety, Homologation, Level of Sophistication

W. Boldrini, S. Manfredi

PROGETTI S.R.L.  – MILAN ITALY

 

Electric Buses and other Alternative Technologies in Rome's Public Transport

Giovanni Rovere

ATAC Transport Authority - Roma

 

 

 

 

1B

Good Practices  I

Chairperson: Jacques Lemonnier

AVERE France, France

 

Public Initiatives for the Introduction of Electric and Hybrid Vehicles in Italy

Mario Conte, Pietro Menga

ENEA, Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Project - CEI-CIVES

 

Developing a Low-Carbon Passenger Vehicle Incentive Programme in the UK

Alex Veitch

Energy Saving Trust

 

Promoting Alternative Energies in Transports

Jorge Jacob

DGTT – Directorate-General for Inland Transportation

 

Dissemination of Electric Vehicle Technology Through an Educational CD. Evaluation and Recent Experience in Brazil

Luiz Artur Pecorelli Peres

Departamento de Engenharia Elétrica da Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro - UERJ

 

International Energy Agency prepares third phase of its Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Agreement

Urs Muntwyler, Frans Koch

IEA Implementing Agreement for Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Technologies and Programmes

 

 

 

 

1C

Batteries Technology and Vehicles I

Chairperson: Guy Sarre

SAFT Batteries, France

 

EU SUBAT study

Frédéric Vergels

AVERE – European Association for Battery, Hybrid and Fuel Cell Electric Road Vehicles

 

Ni-MH Advanced Technology Batteries for Hybrid Public Transportation Systems

B. Lacout, Ph Ulrich, JL. Liska

Saft Batteries

 

Evaluation of Battery Pack Requirements for Mild Hybrid Electric Heavy Duty Vehicle

Steven Wilkins, Sejul Shah, Alan Walker, Michael Lampérth

Mechanical Engineering, Imperial College London

 

Ni-MH Batteries for Electric Vehicles under High Charging Rates

J. C. Viera Pérez, M. González

Universidad de Oviedo

 

Memory effect on a Nickel - Metal Hydride Automotive Battery

Massimo Ceraolo, Carmine Miulli, Fiorentino Valerio Conte

DSEA, Università di Pisa

1D

Drives / Components / Simulation Tools I

Chairperson: Hans Kahlen

University of Kaiserslautern, Germany

 

Board net for road vehicles with two or more voltages – a way to soft hybrid vehicles

Hans Kahlen

University of Kaiserslautern

 

Electric Motorized Wheel Motor Design

José Carlos Quadrado

ISEL/APVE/CAUTL, Portugal

 

Modelling Energy Consumption in Electric Buses

Pedro Matos, Maria José Resende, Robert Stussi, Inês Santos, Jorge Esteves

I. P. Tomar, I. S. Técnico, CAUTL, APVE – Portuguese Electric Vehicle Association

 

Ultracapacitors modelling: dynamic behaviour determination using impedance spectroscopy on a dedicated test bench

W. Lajnef, J.-M. Vinassa, O. Briat, C. Zardini, J.-L. Aucouturier

Laboratoire IXL CNRS UMR 5818

 

SUPERCAR-Improved Energy Supply for the Integrated Starter Generator with Double Layer Capacitor and Energy Battery for Cars with 42V

R. Knorr, A. Schwake, M. Soria,  H. Gracia, M. Reimerink, D. Macerata, M. Ullrich

SiemensVDO,EPCOS,EXIDE,University of Valencia,Norit, CRF, VW

 

 

 

 

18 March 15h30 - 16h50

 

 

 

 

 

 

2A

Urban Mobility Logistics

Chairperson: Dominique Breuil

Ville de La Rochelle, France

 

ELCIDIS - Electric Vehicle City Distribution

A Vermie

ELCIDIS Project

 

City Logistics: An Approach to Map City Systems

José Crespo de Carvalho

ISCTE Business School – Lisbon

 

New approach to rationalize city mobility, acting on city logistics optimisation - A new auto-adapting system

Ricardo Félix, Margarida Pereira, Rui Dias Alves

Logistema Consultores de Logística SA, Departamento de Geografia e Planeamento Regional (UNL), Innovagency

 

Hybrid Traffic and Drive Train Simulation Modelling for the Assessment of the Introduction of Sustainable Transport Systems in Cities

Joeri Van Mierlo, Peter Van Den Bossche, Gaston Maggetto

Vrije Universiteit Brussel, ETEC-TW-VUB

 

 

 

 

2B

Fuel Cells and Fuel Cells Vehicles I

Chairperson: Giampierro Brusaglino

Centro Ricerche FIAT, Italy

 

CUTE – Clean Urban Transport for Europe: Operation of Hydrogen Fuel Cell Urban Buses in the City of Porto

Gonçalves, G.A., Farias, T.L., Teixeira, R., Silva, A

Instituto Superior Técnico, Sociedade de Transportes Colectivos do Porto, BP Portuguesa

 

Experiences with Fuel Cell Vehicle Demonstration Fleets

Jochen Straub

Ballard Power Systems

 

People Movers Powered by a Triple Hybrid Fuel Cell electric System

Hanna Hellman

Delft University of Technology

 

Modelling and testing of Fuel Cell Hybrid vehicle power train: dynamic behaviour and system parameters characterization.

Giuseppe Gianolio, Luca Baldini, Ilaria Rosso, Marco Cerchio, Francesco Profumo

HySy_Lab, Environment Park, Torino ; Dipartimento di Elettrica, Politecnico di Torino, Torino


2C

Batteries Technology and Vehicles II

Chairperson: Bertrand Heilbronn

Electricité de France, France

 

Online State of Charge Determination and Range Forecast for Electric Vehicles by Use of Different Battery Models

René Strassnick D. Naunin, Dirk Freyer

TU Berlin Fachgebiet Allgemeine Elektrotechnik und Systemelektronik

 

Design Rules for Air-Cooling of EV and HEV Batteries

Björn Eberleh, Thomas Hartkopf, Felix von Borck, Stephen Raiser

University of Technology Darmstadt, Department of Renewable Energy

 

State of charge and state of heath, monitoring in VRLA batteries for hybrid vehicle application

Melchor Fernández, Paloma-Gema Gracia, Francisco Trinidad

Exide Technologies

 

Application of Lithium-Ion Battery Technology to Electric and Hybrid Vehicles

F. Barsacq, Ph Blanchard, M. Broussely, G. Sarre

Saft Batteries

 

A New Class of Battery Electric Car

Gordon Dower

Ridek Corporation

www.ridek.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2D

Hybrid Electric Vehicles I

Chairperson:James Rosenstein

Toyota Europe

 

The Hybridisation of Heavy Goods Commercial Vehicles

Michael Lampérth, Alan Walker

Hybrid Power Research, Mech. Eng., Imperial College London,

 

Research Overview - Design Specifications for Hybrid Vehicles

 

Theo Hofman, Roell van Druten

Eindhoven University of Technology
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

 

Mechanical Energy Storage Hybrid Vehicle – Simulation and Life Cycle Costs

Sejul Shah, Ulises Diego-Ayala, Keith Pullen

Mechanical Engineering
Imperial College, London

 

Hybrid- vehicles in the context of ecodesign

P. Ferrão, S. Faias ,J. Esteves

Instituto Superior Técnico, IN+

 

Ultralight Small Hybrid Vehicles – Why not?

Antoni Szumanowski, Piotr Piorkowski

Warsaw University of Technology, Poland

 

 

 

 

       
18 March 17h10 – 18h10
3A Electric Buses Chairperson: Giovanni Rovere ATAC, Italy
  The “100 Electric Buses” Program in France Philippe Vuillemin, Patrick Coroller Electricité de France – Electric Transportation Division
  Urban Environment Friendly Electric Buses Programme Robert Stüssi, Inês Santos, Jorge Esteves CAUTL, IST, Perform Energy, AVERE – European Association for Battery, Hybrid and Fuel Cell Electric Road Vehicles
  Electric Buses for City Centers
– Onboard electric systems
Vorles Morlot SODRETEL

 

3B

Fuel Cells and Fuel Cells Vehicles II

Chairperson: Dietrich Naunin

Technical University of Berlin, Germany

 

HySociety – The European Hydrogen-Based Society

Fernandes, T.R.C., Gonçalves, G.A., Chen F., Carvalho, M. G.

Instituto Superior Técnico

 

Air Products: Fuelling Infrastructure Development

 E. Guthrie, I. Williamson, Filipe Ramos

Air Products plc, Future Energy Solutions, GASIN –Gases Industriais, S.A

 

The ACCEPT project : Ammonia, a reliable Fuel Cell Bridge Fuel

Peter Coenen, Adwin Martens

VITO

 

 

 

 

3C

Electric Boats

Chairperson: Jean-Louis Aucouturier

Université de Bordeaux, France

 

Application of Fuel Cell Systems on board of seagoing Ships

J J. Thormann, W. Winkler, H. Watter

University of Applied sciences Hamburg Fuel Cell Lab- Institute for Ship Operation, Sea Transport and Simulation

 

A Prototype of Compact and Low Cost 5 to 10 kW PWM Inverter for 3-Phases electric Motor Boat

Stéphane Azzopardi, Jean-Michel Vinassa, Christian Zardini, Jean-Louis Aucouturier

IXL – CNRS UMR5818 Université Bordeaux, RAVEL – Réseau Aquitain Véhicules Electriques

 

Electric Boats in Portugal – First experiments

Cláudio Casimiro, Jorge Esteves, Robert Stussi

APVE – Portuguese Electric Vehicle Association

 

 

 

 

3D

Electric Bikes

Chairperson: José Maia

EST Setúbal, Portugal

 

E-Tour - Electric Two-Wheelers on Urban Roads

Anthony Vermie

E-Tour

 

NEWRIDE –Electric Two Wheelers in Swiss Cities

Urs Schwegler

Buero fuer Verkehrsplanung

 

Electrical Bike Eco-Design:  A customer approach

G. Crespo, P. Ferrão, L. Rosado, G. Boutin

Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisbon, Portugal, ISTIA Innovation

19 March 9h00 – 10h40

 

 

 

 

 

 

4A

Perspectives: Environment and Technologies

Chairperson: Thor Erik Musæus

Norstart, Norway

 

The end of Oil – When? New data from 2004 presented

Harald Rostvik 

Sivilarkitekt N. Rostvik AS

 

Think Paper #1: "Why Think Nordic Believes that BEV's are Part of the Future"

Christian Bech

Think Nordic AS

 

 Hybrid Vehicles – Problems, Solutions, experience, Future prospects

 Marius Lehna

AUDI AG

 

The Comparison of two Environmental Rating Systems: BIM-EcoScore vs. EC-Cleaner Drive

Jean-Marc Timmermans, Joeri Van Mierlo, Gaston Maggetto, Sandrine Meyer, Walter Hecq, Leen Govaerts, Johan Verlaak

Vrije Universiteit Brussel, ETEC-TW-VUB, Université. Libre de Bruxelles, Vlaamse Instelling voor Technologisch Onderzoek.

 

Improvement on Environment by using EV’s: The Portuguese Perspectives

Inês Santos, Robert Stüssi, Jorge Esteves, Maria José Resende

CAUTL, IST, Perform Energy, APVE – Portuguese Electric Vehicle Association

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4B

Good Practices II

Chairperson: Frédéric Vergels

AVERE - European Association for Battery, Hybrid and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles, Belgium

 

An overall view of the evolution of the Electric Road Vehicles in Portugal

Lívio Honório

EDP – Electricidade de Portugal

 

Clean accessible Transportation for Community Health

Alan Lewis, Karen Booth, David Hall

CATCH Project

 

Combining Driving Behaviour with Environmental Parameters: Preliminary Results of Pilot Assessment of Toyota Prius in the Urban Environment of Thessaloniki, Greece

Fotis Stergiopoulos, Evangelos Bekiaris, Dionissios Negkas, Spyros Voutetakis, Athanasios Tsioutras

Center for Research and Technology Hellas / Hellenic Institute of Transport

 

Postal distribution with EV’s in Portugal

José Guilherme, Sergio Faias, Carlos Sousa, Lopes Santos

CTT – Correios de Portugal, S.A

 

State of the Art and Future Concerns on Electric and Hybrid Vehicles in Romania

GrigoreDanciu, Mihaela Chefneux, Virgil Racicovschi

University Politehnica of Bucharest

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4C

Perspectives for Hybrid Public Transportation

Chairperson: Georges Feltzi

Flemish Institute for Technological Research, Luxembourg

 

Urban Electric Bus – The Technical Viability of the Development of a New Vehicle for Urban Public Transportation in Europe

A. Victor A. Anunciada

Instituto de Telecomunicações, Instituto Superior Técnico,

 

Hybrids in Public Urban Transportation

Uwe Koehler, Christian Rosenkranz

Varta Batteries

 

Hybrid Electric Power Train

André Neumann

Eletra Industrial

 

Modifications and enhancements on the 40 kW Auxiliary Power Units for the Series Hybrid Busses of Luxembourg City

Erik Verhaeven, Georges Feltz, Antonio Vecchio

Flemish Institute for Technological Research

4D

Drives / Components / Simulation Tools II

Chairperson: Joeri Van Mierlo

Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Belgium

 

A New Modular Low-Cost Telemetry System to Monitor the Behaviour of Small Electric Vehicles on Road

Manuela González Veja, Gustavo Montoto, Jorge Montes Gutiérrez, Cecilio Blanco Viejo, Juan Carlos Viera Pérez

Universidad de Oviedo

 

Experimental Development of an Electrical Kart

D. Foito, M. Chaves, A. Roque, J. Maia, J. Esteves

ESTSetúbal, Instituto Politécnico de Setúbal, Instituto Superior Técnico, Centro de Automática da Universidade Técnica de Lisboa

 

The Development of  a Simulation Software for Electrical Vehicle

Xuexun Guo, Michael Lampérth, Alan Walker, Bin Wang

Mech. Eng. Department, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, School of Automobile Engineering, Wuhan University of Technology, Wuhan

 

Simulation tool for the design of alternative propulsion vehicle drivetrains-Application to the Postal Service Fleet

Sergio Faias, Paulo Ferrão, Jorge Esteves

ISEL, IN+, CAUTL, Portugal

 

New-age Magneto-Rheological Fluid Mechatronic-Commutator Prime Movers for Hybrid-Electric Vehicles

Bogdan Thaddeus Fijalkowski

Automotive Mechatronics Institution, Cracow University of Technology

19 March 11h00 – 12h00

 

 

 

 

 

 

5A

Car-sharing

Chairperson: Robert Stüssi

APVE, Portugal

 

Improvements in car sharing exploitation and dimensioning: organisation and decision tools

Dominique Breuil, Jacques Mollard, Jean Marie Boussier

Ville de La Rochelle, Direction Général des Services Techniques

 

Clean Transport needs more than ‘just’ clean cars – Examples of the integrated approach  of the Vivaldi project in Bremen

Michael Glotz-Richter

City of Bremen

 

Car-Sharing as part of a New Mobility Industry Cluster

Conrad Wagner

Mobility Systems

 

 

 

 

5B

Standards

Chairperson: Mario Conte

ENEA, Itlay

 

Hybrid Vehicle Performance Measurement: a New Challenge in Standardization

Peter Van den Bossche

VUB-ETEC-CITELEC

 

EV standards activity in Portugal

Jorge Esteves, José Maia, Claudio Casimiro

APVE – Portuguese Electric Vehicle Association

 

Standards and the International Standards System – relevance for a domain in development

Eduardo Correia

IPQ

 

 

 

 

5C

Small EV’s

Chairperson: Anthony Vermie

City of Rotterdam, Nederlands

 

Electric Unicycle Vehicle

Klaus Hofer

Univ. of Bielfeld

 

CIT(Y)RUS(H) – New Intermodal Urban Vehicle

Tor Inge Garvik; Anders Ilsøy

Peter Opsvik AS

 

Small electric vehicles to provide various community proximity transport service

Bernard Guellard, Christophe Marinet, Cyriacus Bleijs

Electricité de France – Electric Transportation Division

Special Session

 

Discussion of the EU SUBAT (SUSTAINABLE BATTERIES) study

CHAIRPERSON

Peter Van den Bossche

VUB-ETEC-CITELEC

INTRODUCTION

Frédéric Vergels

 Secretary-General of AVERE

AVERE - European Association for Battery, Hybrid and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles

19 March 13h30 – 14h50

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6A

Advanced Systems for the Future

Chairperson: Hans Kahlen

University of Kaiserslautern; Germany

 

Cybernetic Transport Systems in Coimbra –  Evaluation and Demonstration for CyberMove Project

Alberto Valejo, Tim Meisner, Jorge Dias, Urbano Nunes

IPN, ISR (Universidade de Coimbra)

 

Think Paper #2:""PicoBus the Missing Link in Sustainable Urban Mobility"

Ole Fretheim, Oystein Asphjell

Think Nordic AS

 

An economic, ecological and efficient public transportation system

Bernard Saugy, Guy de Pourtalès

CN Serpentine AS

 

The Serpentine System. An economic, ecological and efficient public transportation system

Bernard Saugy, Christophe Prévot, Guy de Pourtalès

CN Serpentine AS

6B

Fuel Cells and Fuel Cells Vehicles III

Chairperson: Peter Van den Bossche

 VUB-ETEC-CITELEC, Belgium

 

Automotive fuel cells at NedStack – Development of PEMFC stacks, materials and low-cost production methods

Wiebrand Kout, Erik Middelman, Hans Bosman, Jan Piet van der Meer, Bram Vogelaar and Emiel de Waal

NedStack Fuel Cell Components BV, NedStack Fuel Cell Technology BV

 

A Comparison of Different Fuel-Cell Based Drive Train Typologies to Be Used on Two-Wheel Vehicles

M. Ceraolo, C. Miulli, P. Cravini,

 University of Pisa, Piaggio & Co S.p.A

 

Numerical Study of the Environmental Impact of Hydrogen Fuel Cell Urban Buses in the City of Porto

Gonçalves, G.A., Calhau, K.R.,  Farias, T.L.

IST - Instituto Superior Técnico

 

PEM Fuel Cell Program at INETI

Carmen Mirea

INETI - Departamento de Materias e Tecnologia de Produção 1649-038 Lisboa

 

 

 

 

6C

Hybrid Electric Vehicles II

Chairperson: Antoni Szumanowski

Warsaw University of Technology, Poland

 

Global Forward-Backward Approach for a systematic analysis and implementation of hybrid vehicle management laws. Application on a single shaft parallel hybrid power train

R. Trigui, M. Desbois-Renaudin, B. Jeanneret, F. Badin

INRETS : French National Institut of Research on Transport and Safety

 

Prototyping of a Fuzzy based Energy Manager for Parallel Hybrid Electric Vehicles

Alfredo Vaccaro, Domenico Villacci

University of Sannio, Department of Engineering

 

Clutch Management in a Mild Hybrid Powertrain

Hamideh K. Razavi, Michael Lamperth

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Imperial College London

 

Development of a Power Train for the Civic IMA, a Gasoline-Electric Hybrid Vehicle

Development Concept of a Hybrid Vehicle

Tomas Brachmann, Pedro Menuier

Honda R&D Europe (Deutschland GmbH, Offenbach)

 

 

 

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Conferência Nacional

Programa Nacional (Dia 17 Março)| Programa Global da Conferência

CONFERÊNCIA NACIONAL 2004 EET
PROGRAMA PRELIMINAR
Quarta-feira, 17 de Março 2004
Centro de Congressos do Estoril

A Conferência Nacional 2004 EET corresponde ao primeiro dia da "2004 EET European ELE - DRIVE Transportation Conference & Exhibition - Urban Sustainable Mobility is Possible Now!", evento europeu que engloba uma exposição de quatro dias, aberta ao público (com a possibilidade de experimentação em veículos com novas tecnologias) e também uma conferência europeia de dois dias (com mais de uma centena de comunicações).

Experimentação de Veículos Eléctricos (Ride & Drive) /

Exposição (Centro de Congressos do Estoril)

10h30 – 18h00

Sessão de Abertura 

09h30

Director Geral de Transportes Terrestres, Presidente da Câmara Municipal de Cascais

Presidente da Associação Nacional de Municípios Portugueses

Secretário Geral da Associação Europeia de Veículos Eléctricos com Baterias, Híbridos e com Pilhas de

Combustível (AVERE), Presidente da Associação Portuguesa do Veículo Eléctrico (APVE)

Projecção do Filme

“Les temps sont mûrs”

Jaques Saint-Marc – França

O passado, presente e futuro do Veículo Eléctrico

Carlos Pimenta – CEEETA

Energia, Ambiente e Transportes

Moderador

Professor José Carlos Quadrado -Chairman” Conferência Nacional

Mesas Redondas

10h45 – 11h45

Sessão

N1A: VE em espaços específicos

N1B: Boas práticas

Chairperson

José Sabino

Golfejardim

Fernando Brites Carvalho

Vice Presidente CM Leiria

Moderador

António Babo

gng.apb Arquitectura e Planeamento

Membros do Painel

Manuela Magalhães – CEAP/ISA

José Carlos Ribeiro – EDP

Jorge Esteves – APVE /  CAUTL

António Neves Carvalho - EDP

Isabel Seabra – DGTT

Inês Santos – APVE

Emílio GardéAPETc

João Resende– CM Alcácer

12h00 –13h00

Sessão

N2A: Novas tecnologias

N2B: Transportes públicos

Chairperson

Victor Silva

Vereador CM Beja

Jorge Jacob

Director Geral DGTT

Moderador

Carlos Barroso

Administrador APVE

Manuel Correia de Oliveira

Administrador Delegado SMTUC

Membros do Painel

Jorge Dias IPN/ISR

Victor Anunciada – IST/IT

Luiz Pecoreli Perez– UERJ

André Neumann - Tecnoexpor

Pedro Büstoff – EFACEC

Robert Stüssi – APVE

13h00 – 14h30: ALMOÇO

Mesas Redondas

 

14h30 – 15h30

 

Sessão

N3A: Investigação e Desenvolvimento

N3B: Mobilidade reduzida

 

Chairperson

Amadeu Leão Rodrigues

Professor Universidade Nova de Lisboa

Maria Goreti Margalha

CM Beja

 

Moderador

Duarte Sousa

IST/CAUTL

 

Membros do Painel

Gonçalo Gonçalves – IST

Daniel Foito – EST-IPS/CAUTL

José Quadrado – ISEL/CAUTL/APVE

Pedro Matos – EST – IPT / CAUTL

Didier Bernadet - EVASION

Jorge Falcato – CML

Teresa Fialho – CERCI Beja

 

15h45 – 16h45

 

Sessão

N4A: Logística urbana

N4B: O mundo do VE e seu mercado

 

Chairperson

João Lemos

DGTT

António Biscainho

Vice Presidente da CM Portalegre

 

Moderador

Ricardo Félix

Logistema, Consultores de Logística

Carlos Sousa

Agência Municipal de Energia de Almada

 

Membros do Painel

Rui Dias Alves- INNOVAGENCY

José Lopes dos Santos - CTT

Vieira CostaDGTT

Jorge Esteves – APVE/CAUTL

 

 

Sessão de Balanço - Inauguração Oficial da Exposição

17h00 – 18h00

 

Secretário de Estado dos Transportes, Director Geral de Transportes Terrestres, Presidente da Câmara Municipal de Cascais, Secretário Geral da AVERE, Presidente da APVE

 

Relator

Professor José Carlos Quadrado -  Chairman” Conferência Nacional

 

Apresentação

Transportes públicos e o hidrogénio   STCP / Porto – Presidente Juvenal Silva Peneda

Mobilidade urbana sustentável  SMTUC / Coimbra – Administrador Delegado Manuel Correia Oliveira

 

Parada de Veículos Eléctricos

18h00 – 19h30

 

Centro de Congressos do Estoril – Câmara Municipal de Cascais – Centro Cultural de Cascais

 

Recepção no Centro Cultural de Cascais

19h30

 

A convite de S. Ex.ª o Senhor Presidente da Câmara Municipal de Cascais

* Participação simultânea dos delegados da conferência europeia

Programa Global da Conferência

 

Quarta 17 CONFERÊNCIA NACIONAL

Ride & Drive / Exposição

09:30 Sessão de Abertura
Director Geral dos Transportes Terrestres, Presidente da Câmara Municipal de Cascais, Presidente da Associação Nacional de Municípios Portugueses
Presidente da AVERE - Associação Europeia de Veículos Eléctricos com Baterias, Híbridos e com Pilhas de Combustível, Presidente da APVE - Associação Portuguesa do Veículo Eléctrico


10:45 Sessões Paralelas e Mesas Redondas
13:00 Almoço
14:30 Sessões Paralelas e Mesas Redondas


CONFERÊNCIA NACIONAL E EUROPEIA

Ride & Drive / Exposição

17:00 Sessão de encerramento da Conferência Nacional e Inauguração Oficial da Exposição
Secretário de Estado dos Transportes, Director Geral dos Transportes Terrestres, Presidente da Câmara Municipal de Cascais, Presidente da AVERE, Presidente da APVE

18:00 Parada de Veículos Eléctricos
Centro de Congressos de Estoril - Centro Cultural de Cascais

19:30 Recepção no Centro Cultural de Cascais


Quinta 18 CONFERÊNCIA EUROPEIA

Ride & Drive / Exposição

09:30 Sessão de Abertura
Presidente da República, Ministro das Obras Públicas, Transportes e Habitação, Presidente da Câmara Municipal de Cascais, Presidente da AVERE, Presidente da APVE

10:30 Sessão Plenária – Keynote speakers
Presidida por: Ministra da Ciência e do Ensino Superior

12:15 Almoço

13:30 Sessões Paralelas

20:00 Jantar de Gala (Orador convidado)


Sexta 19 CONFERÊNCIA EUROPEIA

Ride & Drive / Exposição

08:30 Sessões Paralelas

12:00 Almoço

13:30 Sessões Paralelas

15:10 Mesa Redonda Final “Roadmap for Electric Driven Vehicles”

17:00 Sessão de Encerramento - Prova de Vinhos, Queijos e Enchidos
Ministro, Presidente da Câmara Municipal de Cascais, Presidente da AVERE, Presidente da APVE


Sábado 20 Ride & Drive / Exposição

 

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