FEV


The FEV Group with headquarters in Aachen, Germany, is an internationally recognized development service provider for drive and vehicle technologies. The company offers its global transport industry customers a complete range of engineering services, providing support in the design, analysis and prototyping for powertrain and transmission development, as well as vehicle integration, calibration and homologation for electrical vehicles and advanced internal combustion gasoline-, diesel-, and alternative-fueled powertrains. FEV’s competencies also include design, development and prototyping of innovative vehicle concepts, powertrain electronic control systems and hybrid-electric engine concepts that address future emission and fuel economy standards.

With competences in engineering support of series production projects, FEV develops hardware components ranging from sensors, actuators and controllers to complete electrical and hybrid drivetrains.

Within HIFI-ELEMENTS we are looking forward to coordinating the research activities of all partners in defining the requirements for the interfaces of the simulation models as well as future standards for simulation model exchange and interoperability. Furthermore, we plan to contribute one of our tools called Morphee simulation, also formerly known as Xmod, to the project. Morphee simulation allows to combine heterogeneous simulation tools for real time and non-real time within a X-in-the-Loop environment for electrified and non electrified powertrain. Now we will also couple the simulation tools that are used in HIFI-ELEMENTS with our partners to Morphee simulation.


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FEV Europe GmbH is participating to the project because renewable fuels, as targeted in this project can address the whole existing vehicle fleet and can have a direct impact on the reduction of fossil CO2-emissions for the whole fleet as well as reducing particulate emissions in especially in older vehicles without Diesel particulate filters. Furthermore, these clean burning fuels open the potential for further engine efficiency improvements, which will be FEV’s main area of work.