Results of HIFI-ELEMENTS are divided into 10 different categories ("Work Packages"). Please click a category below to view the reports of your choice. Please note: If a report is confidential, you might only be able to view a public summary.


Requirements and Simulation Model Architecture Specification
Component Development
Model, Data and Simulation Management
Application, Verification & Validation
– E-Motor Replacement
– Battery Development
– Component Co-optimisation
– E-Drive Concepts
Project Management
Dissemination and Communication
Ethics Requirements

Requirements and Simulation Model Architecture Specification

HIFI-ELEMENTS – D1.1 Safety Requirements and Modeling Guidelines.pdf 2.7 MB
This document will provide a reference for the modeling phase of WP2 and is structured as follow: in the first part a general overview of WP1 main target is given, after that will be explained how this objective will be fulfilled and with which methodology. After that each model component will be introduced considering two main aspects: interface and parametrization. Finally the safety requirement and the risk assessment will be presented.

HIFI-ELEMENTS – D1.2 Synect generated Component Model Reports.pdf 3.2 MB
This deliverable explains the standardised interfaces of the component models and the system architecture. It describes SYNECT generated component model reports, component interfaces and the system architecture.

HIFI-ELEMENTS – D1.3 Document describing the workflow architecture.pdf 2.62 MB
This deliverable describes documents the workflow and the architecture of the planned toolchain (Agile Model Development Framework).

Component Development

HIFI-ELEMENTS – D2.7 LCC and LCA Analysis and Results of the Battery.pdf 1.7 MB
In order to validate models developed in the HIFI-ELEMENTS project, a battery module has been designed. The supply chain of a battery has environmental and social impacts. The subtask 2.3.4 therefore evaluates the three sustainability pillars: economic, environmental and social aspects of the full life cycle of the battery.

Model, Data and Simulation Management

HIFI-ELEMENTS – D3.1 Set of SYNECT Add-Ons to Import All Model Formats and Set of Frame Model Generators.pdf 2.8 MB
This report describes the SYNECT Add-Ons to import all model formats and to generate frame models. The SYNECT Add-Ons are part of the Agile Model Development Framework (AMDF) and support the respective model formats such as FMU, XMODEL and SIMULINK.

HIFI-ELEMENTS – D3.2 Formalized Variant Model Represented in SYNECT to Cover All Scalability and Variability Aspects of Component Models and Parameter Sets.pdf 1.3 MB
This report describes the formalized variant model represented in SYNECT to cover all scalability and variability aspects of component models.

HIFI-ELEMENTS – D3.4 Simulation Framework.pdf 2.2 MB
This deliverable describes the required extensions to the xMOD Simulation Framework to be integrated in the AMDF tool-chain.

HIFI-ELEMENTS – D3.5 Addons and Plugins.pdf 4.0 MB
This deliverable describes the SYNECT add-ons and plug-ins to connect the data management tool to the project-developed test framework (Tool for Electrical Vehicle Testing) and simulation tool (xMOD).

HIFI-ELEMENTS – D3.6 Documentation for the Agile Model Development Framework.pdf 4.0 MB
This deliverable shows the use of the Agile Model Development Framework, which was developed in cooperation with the WP3 partners. The framework shall be provided to the project partners of the use case work packages 4-7 and accelerate the development of the components for electric vehicles. The data management tool SYNECT, the Co- simulation platform xMOD and the testing framework TEVET are part of the toolchain. The deliverable documents in detail the cross-tool workflows and how the tools have to be used by the users.

HIFI-ELEMENTS – D3.7 Documentation of new Calibration Methodology.pdf 4.9 MB
In Work Package 3 of the HIFI-ELEMENTS project, task 3.4 deals with the development of an automatic calibration methodology of electric machine models and a semi-automatic calibration methodology of battery models. This deliverable describes the motivation, the workflow and the results of both methodologies.

Application, Verification & Validation

E-Motor Replacement

Reports for this category will be available in July 2021.

Battery Development

Reports for this category will be available in July 2021.

Component Co-optimisation

Reports for this category will be available in July 2021.

E-Drive Concepts

Reports for this category will be available in July 2021.

Project Management

Reports for this category are confidential.

Documents within this category serve as project handbook and guideline for the H2020 HIFI-ELEMENTS project. They provide descriptions of management procedures, administrative aspects of the project, quality assurance procedures, the risk management approach, progress monitoring procedures and issues concerning confidentiality.
Information on the actions and decisions taken, persons attending the project kickoff meeting, and photos are also included.

Dissemination and Communication

HIFI-ELEMENTS – D9.1 Website Report.pdf 1.40 MB
This document describes the project website in general, followed by an overview of all sections that can be accessed through the navigation bar and the footer.

HIFI-ELEMENTS – D9.2 Dissemination Plan.pdf 1.42 MB
The present deliverable aims at presenting a list of actions for dissemination and communication. Dedicated steps for a successful dissemination and communication of HIFI-ELEMENTS results will be outlined at this point.

HIFI-ELEMENTS – D9.3 Exploitation Plan.pdf 645.87 kb
This deliverable outlines a first version of the HIFI-ELEMENTS Exploitation Plan. It is based on the Grant Agreement regarding the HIFI-ELEMENTS project and explains the methodology behind the exploitation of results that are achieved during the project. A list of exploitable results is included with this deliverable.

HIFI-ELEMENTS – D9.4 Data Management Plan.pdf 941.26 kb
This document describes the way of data management in this project. A significant portion of the project resources, estimated to be approximately 50%, is devoted to data management. The purpose of this document is to verify that data which is managed is treated in a so-called FAIR way, that is, data are findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable as much as possible.

HIFI-ELEMENTS – Flyer.pdf 2.29 MB
This project flyer provides key information on HIFI-ELEMENTS, focusing on the objectives to be achieved.

Newsletter 1 40.13 kb (PDF: Newsletter HIFI.pdf 966.37 kb)
The first edition of our newsletter provides information about recent achievements within HIFI-ELEMENTS.

Newsletter 2 83.12 kb
The second edition of our newsletter gives a short overview of the first year’s achievements.

Newsletter 3 95.84 kb
After 18 months, half of the total project time has passed and the first project objectives have been accomplished. This newsletter provides a description of the research and development activities towards a standardisation of model interfaces for common e-drive components.

Newsletter 4 94.87 kb
After more than two project years, we would like to present a summary of the progress we have made. The emphasis is put on our new procedure to calibrate battery models and models of electric machines.

Newsletter 5 86.27 kb
We are pleased to provide you with an overview of our latest results. This newsletter will focus on two recently published deliverables. The first contribution will address a “Simulation Framework as xMOD Simulation Extension” while the second section will put the emphasis on establishing a “Connection of the Project Test and Simulation Framework with Data Management Tool”.

Newsletter 6 103.49 kb
On behalf of all participating project partners, we are pleased to invite you to the joint final event of three research and innovation projects: HIFI-ELEMENTS, OBELICS and Demobase. The event will take place on Wednesday, 16 September 2020. Please claim your place until 8 July 2020!

Newsletter 7 96.03 kb
There is some important information on our contributions to the 41st Vienna Motor Symposium and the Transport Research Arena (TRA2020), along with a report about our progress regarding EleMA: A Reference Simulation Model Architecture and Interface Standard for Modeling and Testing of Electric Vehicles. We would also like to remind you of the joint final event taking place on Wednesday, 16 September 2020.

Ethics Requirements

Reports for this category are confidential.

They provide information on the import/export of goods to and from non-EU countries within the focus of HIFI-ELEMENTS.