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Electric Vehicle Energy Harvesting/ Regeneration 2017-2037

The new key enabling technologies


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Table of Contents
1.EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
1.1.Perfect storm will bring massive shakeout
1.2.Energy harvesting: the new key enabling technology
1.2.1.Features of energy harvesting
1.2.2.Market drivers for energy harvesting
1.3.Next big thing
1.4.Energy independent vehicles are the end game
1.4.1.Leveraging technologies
1.4.2.Megatrend: Structural electronics leverages certain types of EH
1.5.Electric vehicle powertrain evolution: typical figures expected for cars
1.6.Key enabling technologies by powertrain
1.7.Relative importance of powertrain and autonomy hardware markets 2017-2037
1.8.EH choices in action for land, water and airborne vehicles
1.9.Energy harvesting sources for vehicles land, water, air: typical location
1.10.Energy harvesting technology choices for vehicles land, water, air
1.10.1.Harvesting technologies now and in future for on-road vehicles
1.10.2.Harvesting technologies now and in future for marine vehicles
1.10.3.Harvesting technologies now and in future for air vehicles
1.11.Key enabling technology for EV: useful for conventional vehicles too
1.11.1.Vital for the energy independence end game
1.11.2.Very useful on conventional vehicles: helps meet tough new emissions laws
1.11.3.Creating electricity using on-board equipment: emerging toolkit for ICE vehicles
1.12.Examples of energy harvesting adoption
1.12.1.Tesla
1.12.2.BYD
1.12.3.Here comes GaAs thin film PV over 1kW: Hanergy EIV cars
1.12.4.Here comes multiple external energy harvesting: IFEVS EIV pizza van self-powers travel, oven, lighting
1.13.Addressable market
1.14.IDTechEx EV and 48V mild hybrid global forecasts number K 2017-2027
1.15.IDTechEx EV and 48V mild hybrid global forecasts $ billion 2017-2027
1.16.EH vehicle technology roadmap 2017-2037: dates when commonplace
1.17.Toyota view in 2017 with image of the new Prius Prime solar roof
1.18.Electric Car Takeoff
1.19.Combining photovoltaic with optically active windows
1.20.Energy-harvesting shock absorber
1.21.Rigid solar EnergySail set for sea trials in 2018
1.22.Energy independent ship opportunity
2.INTRODUCTION
2.1.Energy harvesting (EH) definition and overview
2.2.Types of EH energy source
2.3.End game is energy independent pure electric not dynamic charging
2.4.Examples of energy harvesting adoption
2.5.Energy harvesting is an immature industry
2.6.Candidates for EH by power
2.7.One business land, water, air - hybrid and pure electric
2.8.Gaps in the market: kW level regeneration potential in a car
2.9.Importance of multi-mode energy harvesting
3.TECHNOLOGIES
3.1.EH transducer options compared
3.1.1.EH technology choice by intermittent power generated
3.1.2.EH transducer options compared
3.1.3.EH transducer materials opportunities. Grey shows substantial markets already
3.1.4.Experimental EH transducer options compared with the four winners so far
3.2.Rated power vs energy stored by technology
3.3.EH system architecture
3.4.Low power vs high power off-grid
3.5.Regional differences are changing
3.6.Relative benefits of EH technologies vs needs
3.7.Comparison of desirable features of EH technologies
3.8.Thermal metamaterial
4.ELECTRODYNAMIC
4.1.Electrodynamic EH W-MW: rotating electrical machines
4.2.REM technology options
4.3.The vehicle opportunity for motor-generators increasingly two or three per vehicle
4.4.Typical powertrain components and regenerative braking
4.5.Trend to integration in vehicles
4.6.Next generation motor generators, turbine EH in vehicles
4.6.1.TIGERS Turbogenerator Integrated Gas Energy Recovery System
4.7.3D and 6D movement
4.8.Electrodynamic regenerative suspension
4.9.Airborne Wind Energy AWE
4.10.Flettner rotor
5.PHOTOVOLTAIC
5.1.Technology: Photovoltaics
5.2.pn junction vs alternatives
5.3.Nantenna-diode
5.4.Important photovoltaic parameters
5.5.Some choices between the popular silicon and the most efficient GaAs (up to 41%) are compared below
5.6.Tightly rollable, foldable, stretchable PV will come
5.7.Energy-collecting windows - one step closer to reality
6.THERMOELECTRIC
6.1.Overview: AIST, Toyota, Komatsu etc
6.2.Yamaha Japan and DLR Germany in 2017
7.ELECTROSTATIC ENERGY HARVESTING: TRIBOELECTRIC, DEG CAPACITIVE INCLUDING ELECTRET
7.1.Electrostatics in energy harvesting
7.2.Triboelectric nanogenerator (TENG) operating principle and device optimisation
7.2.1.Contact and sliding modes compared
7.2.2.Single electrode and contactless modes compared
7.2.3.Four ways to make a TENG
7.2.4.TENG modes with advantages, potential uses
7.2.5.Research focus on the four modes
7.2.6.Key issues to address
7.3.Capacitive electrostatic including Dielectric Elastomer Generators DEG
7.3.1.Capacitive electrostatic: sliding option
7.3.2.Dielectric elastomers: squash the capacitor to make electricity
7.3.3.Capacitive flexible and electret
7.3.4.Creating electricity from ocean waves: best places West Coast of North America, UK, Japan
7.3.5.Creating electricity from ocean waves: the dilemma
7.3.6.High power capacitive wave power trials using electroactive polymer EAP ie dielectric elastomer
8.EIVS AND PRECURSORS
8.1.EV end game: Energy Independent Vehicles EIV
8.2.EIV operational choices
9.EIVS AND PRECURSORS ON LAND, ON-ROAD
9.1.Stella Lux passenger car Netherlands
9.2.Here comes GaAs PV: University of Cambridge, UK
9.3.Sunswift eVe passenger car Australia
9.4.Immortus passenger car Australia
9.5.POLYMODEL micro EV Italy
9.6.Venturi Eclectic passenger car Italy
9.7.Dalian tourist bus China
9.8.NFH-H microbus China
9.9.Kayoola large bus Uganda
9.10.Cargo Trike micro EV UK
9.11.Sunnyclist Greece
9.12.Hanergy China
9.13.Sion Germany
9.14.Lightyear Netherlands
9.15.Funding for development of lightweight solar modules on vehicles
9.16.Solar motor home
10.EIVS AND PRECURSORS ON LAND, OFF-ROAD
10.1.These types as Energy Independent Vehicles EIV: microbus, power chair, delivery e-bike, agrobot, microcar
10.2.Vinerobot micro EV Europe
11.EIVS AND PRECURSORS ON WATER SEAGOING
11.1.REPSAIL boat Poland, Turkey etc
11.2.MARS boat UK
11.3.RENSEA boat Iceland, Norway, Sweden
11.4.Turanor boat Germany
11.5.Vaka Moana boat Netherlands
11.6.Sun21 boat Switzerland
12.EIVS AND PRECURSORS SEAGOING UNDERWATER
12.1.Seaglider AUV boat USA
12.2.Cyro AUV jellyfish USA
13.EIVS AND PRECURSORS INLAND WATER
13.1.Solar racing boats Netherlands
13.2.Loon boat Canada
13.3.EIV or similar - boat Alster Sun Netherlands
14.EIVS AND PRECURSORS AIRBORNE INFLATABLE
14.1.Solar Ship EIV inflatable fixed wing aircraft Canada Autonomous, sun alone
14.2.Solar Ship inflatable fixed wing aircraft Canada
14.3.Northrop Grumman airship USA
14.4.Mitre DARPA airship USA
14.5.HALE-D airship USA
15.EIVS AND PRECURSORS FIXED WING
15.1.Atlantik Solar 2/ SunToucher in 2016 UAV Switzerland
15.2.Zephyr 7 UAV UK, Germany
15.3.Titan Aerospace UAV USA
15.4.Solar Eagle UAV USA
15.5.Aquila UAV USA, UK
15.6.Silent Falcon UAV USA

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