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Higher Cruising Range Through Smart Thermal Management in Electric Vehicles – Interaction Between Air Conditioning and Cooling System Components in the Overall Network

  • Daniel MollerEmail author
  • Jörg Aurich
  • Ronny Mehnert
Conference paper

Abstract

Reducing the power demand and thus increasing the cruising range of electric vehicles is a significant challenge currently faced in the automotive industry. It is well-known that a part by no means insignificant of the energy available is used for air conditioning in vehicle interiors and batteries as well as for ensuring temperature control for the other electrical components. For this reason, electric vehicle development today is focusing very much on developing efficient and innovative thermal management systems.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.IAV GmbhStollbergGermany

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