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  • Lurralde (CON)ex
    and power electronics systems Structural reliability and mechatronics Microsystems for industrial environments Intelligent maintenance systems Electrical storage and thermal management Other projects CON ex Bidean CPS for product service systems MONDO More of this line of project Lurralde CON ex Share Impulsando una cultura social innovadora en Euskadi para un desarrollo sostenible Participants IK4 IKERLAN MIK UPV EHU Duration 2007 2009 Dpto de Industria Comercio y Turismo N Exp IE07 193 PROGRAMME Basque Government ETORTEK Lurralde CON ex es un proyecto que pretende complementar los resultados obtenidos en los anteriores proyectos CON ex y CON ex Bidean desarrollados dentro del programa estratégico de investigación Etortek El objetivo del proyecto es el de configurar un modelo para el análisis y desarrollo de la cultura social innovadora en el País Vasco Dentro de este proyecto el papel de IKERLAN ha sido específicamente el desarrollo y contraste de un modelo de Innovación en Red TALAI SAREA como herramienta fundamental para aprovechar la cultura social innovadora en las organizaciones y trasladar al mercado los nuevos productos y servicios resultado de su trabajo en redes de colaboración IK4 Ikerlan Organisation and team Results Infrastructures and equipment Professional development IK4 Research Alliance Mondragon Corporation R D

    Original URL path: http://www.ikerlan.es/en/what-we-research/projects/lurralde-conex (2016-02-15)
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  • (CON)ex Bidean
    systems Electrical storage and thermal management Like further information Contact Operations and Maintenance Eduardo Castellano Smart Maintenance and Manufacturing Services team leader Contact Other projects Lurralde CON ex CPS for product service systems MONDO More of this line of project CON ex Bidean Share Hacia la sostenibilidad económica y social de las organizaciones Participants MIK IK4 IKERLAN MONDRAGON UNIBERTSITATEA Facultad de Ciencias Empresariales ETEO TECNUN IK4 TEKNIKER UPV EHU Duration 2005 2007 Dpto de Industria Comercio y Turismo N exp IE05 152 PROGRAMME Basque Government ETORTEK Cuáles son las claves que pueden hacer que una organización sea sostenible Para dar respuesta a esta pregunta partimos de los resultados del programa estratégico CON ex en el que se ha desarrollado un marco de referencia para una empresa capaz de coevolucionar y perdurar en el tiempo CON ex Bidean da un paso más en la investigación tratando de pasar de un marco conceptual a un marco aplicativo en el que obtengamos conocimientos para el desarrollo de mecanismos de transformación que faciliten a las personas a las empresas organizaciones y al territorio su coevolución hacia un modelo deseable de regeneración de las capacidades dinámicas para innovar que garantice su sostenibilidad IK4 Ikerlan Organisation

    Original URL path: http://www.ikerlan.es/en/what-we-research/projects/conex-bidean (2016-02-15)
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  • LIFTS EFFICIENT MAINTENANCE
    Like further information Contact Management Xabier Sagartzazu Advanced Manufacturing unit director and Organisation director Other projects MONDO REMPLANET SMART PRO II More of this line of project LIFTS EFFICIENT MAINTENANCE Share A new maintenance system for lifts Participants Orona Electra Vitoria IK4 IKERLAN Duration 2014 2017 MINECO N Exp RTC 2014 1768 4 PROGRAMME State administration Retos Colaboración 2014 The Lifts Efficient Maintenance project aims to develop a new lift maintenance service that includes new critical component sensorisation systems This is an installation with integrated smart technology making it possible to implement a preventive maintenance strategy to anticipate any malfunctions and provide improved customer service This initiative is focused on the research of advanced methodologies to ensure the reliability availability and maintainability of the lift We are identifying lift condition indicators developing hybrid methodologies that make it possible to perform prognoses electromagnetic sensorisation technologies condition monitoring systems user tools and a machine to machine M2M communication system Our contribution At IK4 IKERLAN we take part in the development of monitoring methods for the operational condition of the product sensorisation and condition monitoring systems the development of M2M environments and their tools as well as the development of cloud based remote

    Original URL path: http://www.ikerlan.es/en/what-we-research/projects/lifts-efficient-maintenance (2016-02-15)
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  • CPS for product service systems
    storage and thermal management Like further information Contact Microsystems Fernando Martínez Head of Microsystems and Microsystems Team Leader Other projects Lurralde CON ex CON ex Bidean MONDO More of this line of project CPS for product service systems Share New advanced manufacturing software services in the cloud Participants ORONA coordinador ELECTRA VITORIA IK4 IKERLAN Duration 2014 2017 MINECO File RTC 2014 1768 4 PROGRAMME Basque Government ETORTEK This project aims to place Basque Industry 4 0 at the leading edge of Cyber Physical Systems CPS The following specific aims are being pursued the application of CPS solutions within capital equipment and industrial consumption to improve machinery and products the manufacturing processes that these perform the services that they offer and their connection to customers to develop new products with greater interaction capabilities and or smart technology to generate business through the creation of new added value services and lastly to create software services in the cloud Our contribution At IK4 IKERLAN we will develop autonomous components with sensorisation action processing and wireless communication capabilities which can manage the variables of interest in the scope of tool machinery We also will develop safety components and smart maintenance systems in the cloud

    Original URL path: http://www.ikerlan.es/en/what-we-research/projects/cps-for-product-service-systems (2016-02-15)
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  • Understanding Lithium Inventory Loss and Sudden Performance Fade in Cylindrical Cells during Cycling with Deep Discharge Steps
    Share Back 20 02 2015 Understanding Lithium Inventory Loss and Sudden Performance Fade in Cylindrical Cells during Cycling with Deep Discharge Steps ELSEVIER Journal of Power Sources Volume 275 February 2015 Pages 573 587 E Sarasketa Zabala F Aguesse I Villarreal L M Rodríguez Martínez C M López and P Kubiak The present investigation work compares cycling ageing behaviour upon constant operation conditions static tests with degradation under non constant schemes dynamic tests through a novel methodology for ageing model dynamic validation A LFP based Li ion cell performance loss is analysed using a DOD and C rate stress factors Ah throughput domain characterisation method and represented using a semi empirical model The proposed stepwise validation approach enables assessing the static ageing tests acceleration factor and systematically improving the ageing model The result is a simple but comprehensive model The predictions root mean square error under dynamic cycling operation conditions is just 1 75 IK4 Ikerlan Organisation and team Results Infrastructures and equipment Professional development IK4 Research Alliance Mondragon Corporation R D for companies Product and service development Energy efficiency and energy storage Operational efficiency and advanced manufacturing IK4 IKERLAN Inspires Our research areas Embedded systems Electrical and power electronics

    Original URL path: http://www.ikerlan.es/en/news/papers-theses/understanding-lithium-inventory-loss-and-sudden-performance-fade-in-cylindrical-cells-during-cycling-with-deep-discharge-steps (2016-02-15)
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  • Cycle ageing analysis of a LiFePO4/graphite cell with dynamic model validations: towards realistic lifetime predictions
    under non constant schemes dynamic tests through a novel methodology for ageing model dynamic validation A LFP based Li ion cell performance loss is analysed using a DOD and C rate stress factors Ah throughput domain characterisation method and represented using a semi empirical model The proposed stepwise validation approach enables assessing the static ageing tests acceleration factor and systematically improving the ageing model The result is a simple but

    Original URL path: http://www.ikerlan.es/en/news/papers-theses/cycle-ageing-analysis-of-a-lifepo4graphite-cell-with-dynamic-model-validations-towards-realistic-lifetime-predictions (2016-02-15)
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  • Calendar ageing analysis of a LiFePO4/graphite cell with dynamic model validations: towards realistic lifetime predictions
    Power Sources Volume 272 25 December 2014 Pages 45 57 E Sarasketa Zabala I Gandiaga L M Rodríguez Martínez I Villarreal The present study aims at establishing a methodology for a comprehensive calendar ageing predictive model development focusing specially on validation procedures A LFP based Li ion cell performance degradation was analysed under different temperature and SOC storage conditions Five static calendar ageing conditions were used for understanding the ageing trends and modelling the dominant ageing phenomena SEI growth and the resulting loss of active lithium The validation process included an additional test under other constant operating conditions static validation and other four tests under non constant impact factors operating schemes within the same experiment dynamic validation in response to battery stress conditions in real applications Model predictions are in good agreement with experimental results as the residuals are always below 1 for experiments run for 300 650 days The model is able to predict dynamic behaviour close to real operating conditions and the level of accuracy corresponds to a root mean square error of 0 93 IK4 Ikerlan Organisation and team Results Infrastructures and equipment Professional development IK4 Research Alliance Mondragon Corporation R D for companies Product and service

    Original URL path: http://www.ikerlan.es/en/news/papers-theses/calendar-ageing-analysis-of-a-lifepo4graphite-cell-with-dynamic-model-validations-towards-realistic-lifetime-predictions (2016-02-15)
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  • Novel thermal management system design methodology for power lithium-ion battery
    conformed by large format lithium ion cells are increasingly being adopted in hybrid and pure electric vehicles in order to use the energy more efficiently and for a better environmental performance Safety and cycle life are two of the main concerns regarding this technology which are closely related to the cell s operating behavior and temperature asymmetries in the system Therefore the temperature of the cells in battery packs needs to be controlled by thermal management systems TMS s In the present paper an improved design methodology for developing TMS s is proposed This methodology involves the development of different mathematical models for heat generation transmission and dissipation and their coupling and integration in the battery pack product design methodology in order to improve the overall safety and performance The methodology is validated by comparing simulation results with laboratory measurements on a single module of the battery pack designed at IK4 IKERLAN for a traction application The maximum difference between model predictions and experimental temperature data is 2 C The models developed have shown potential for use in battery thermal management studies for EV HEV applications since they allow for scalability with accuracy and reasonable simulation time IK4 Ikerlan Organisation

    Original URL path: http://www.ikerlan.es/en/news/papers-theses/novel-thermal-management-system-design-methodology-for-power-lithiumion-battery (2016-02-15)
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