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Electric Vehicle Traction Motors, Belt Driven & Integrated Starter Generators 2016-2026

出版商 IDTechEx Ltd. 商品編碼 355877
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電動車的動力馬達,皮帶傳動之一體化啟動馬達與發電機:2016-2026年 Electric Vehicle Traction Motors, Belt Driven & Integrated Starter Generators 2016-2026
出版日期: 2016年11月01日 內容資訊: 英文 257 Pages

汽車為了配合新的廢氣法規,以及為了改善經濟性而正朝電氣化發展,由於在機能上之成本,可靠性,壽命及整合的問題,而需要更複雜的迴轉電子機械 (REM) 。

本報告涵括電動車的旋轉電子機械 (REM) ,提供您動力傳動,馬達發電機組REM所需的改善點,及REM技術等之相關分析,加上市場預測,動力傳動預測,動力馬達製造商分析等資訊。

第1章 摘要整理·結論

第2章 簡介

  • 動力傳動
  • 動力傳動上電子機械的迴轉
  • 單一產業的土地,自來水,空氣:混合·純電動
  • 每台汽車2個以上的REM趨勢
  • 生產整合趨勢
  • 強力混合上的高電壓,高速馬達,完全電動車趨勢
  • 飛輪儲能KERS
  • 供應鏈上垂直整合的趨勢
  • 市場控制

第3章 48v輕度混合動力車BSG,ISG

  • 為何是48v?
  • 48v輕度混合動力車適用何處
  • 動機
  • 48v輕度混合動力車系統技術
  • 從啟動·停止方式到多功能旋轉機器的進化
  • 製造48v輕度混合動力車的方法對車而言是最新形式
  • 48v輕度混合動力車動力傳動的Toolkit
  • 系統選擇的主要零組件幾乎全不相同
  • 並不僅止是車
  • 48v輕度混合動力車用可逆迴轉機器技術的選擇、其他

第4章 重度混合動力馬達,馬達發電機組

  • 相關需求
  • 插電的選擇
  • 高性能/重型車的插電式混合型的可能性
  • 未來的並聯混合效用上的不同見解: Siemens, Ricardo
  • Siemens的有代表性混合動力系統零組件汽車規格基於TS 16949
  • Ricardo的長途選擇的見解
  • 2016年GKN的進步
  • 彙整

第5章 純電動車電動馬達,馬達發電機組

  • 尾盤
  • 純電動車的電壓趨勢
  • 廣泛的種類
  • 純電動車及類似車輛
  • UAV及maruchikoputa
  • Dyson的機器人吸塵器
  • 獨立能源交通工具 (EIV)

第6章 採訪案例

第7章 169家動力馬達廠商公司分析



As vehicles electrify to meet new emissions laws and improve economy and function there are added issues of cost, reliability, life and integration of the now more-complex rotating electrical machines REMs needed. Electricity handled is usually up at least fourfold. These REMs are increasingly doubling as both motor and generator in an increasingly versatile manner. As a motor this can mean driving the wheels or propeller and both starting and boosting a downsized and downspeeded fuelled engine where there is one. As a generator it may be making electricity from the rotation of the engine and regenerative braking. It may also be receiving electricity from suspension and other recuperation and from energy storage, stopping, starting, boosting the engine with extra power when needed - a far more punishing regime than the traditional traction motor encounters though there is plenty of market for them as well.

We explain the seven reasons for more than one REM per vehicle. Integrating other functions is another trend we analyse such as merging with power electronics and gearing, often in-wheel or in-propeller. REMs are now providing electricity for a rapidly increasing number of on-board devices as they proliferate and as existing devices are electrified for better efficiency, control, versatility and safety.


These trends alter the value chain. It becomes tougher to sell just the motors. Markets open up for new devices. Developers have already taken $50 million at a time for proven new REM technologies. Vertical integration increases in the supply chain. It makes these systems a larger part of the cost of the vehicle and makes them contribute more to performance, consumer proposition and emission reduction so OEMs and Tier One suppliers are keener to create and own the IP and more is invested in development.

Flatter, smaller and/or more-efficient designs and smaller, cooler fuelled engines (or none at all) in the vehicles will reduce the cooling requirements. In a given REM system, mechanical parts become less of the cost and performance and electronics become more.

Advances may occur first in large vehicles because they are bought by organisations sensitive to total cost of ownership, performance and emissions. For example, most electric aircraft and tactical military electric vehicles already have more than one REM and the best-selling pure electric bus has two in-wheel motors. Now that will happen with best-selling cars. On the other hand, 48V mild hybrid cars will be commonplace with their "Boost Recuperation Machines" and "Integrated Starter Generators" before that technology migrates to vans, trucks and buses in any volume so we look widely to find best practice and see the future.


We explain how REMs for converting traditional ICE powertrains to 48V mild hybrid. This is meet the onerous 2025 and 2030 emissions regulations that cannot be met by traditional ICE powertrains in C and D cars and larger vehicles but other benefits accrue. At a fraction of the cost, this gives most of the features of a strong hybrid that does not plug in, so potential is large.

To understand these complex trends, IDTechEx has used its PhD level globetrotting analysts who themselves lecture at the leading events, including IDTechEx ones, as respected participants in this rapidly growing industry. This report therefore has unusual insights and interviews not available to others and material just presented at events worldwide.

Only IDTechEx forecasts the global electric vehicle industry in 46 categories presented here by land, water and air. The main business is cars and buses and the emphasis of the report reflects that. Future winners and losers are identified among the powertrains and devices. The activities of over 160 participants is detailed in what will be almost a trillion dollar EV business in ten years.

The report is in wide slide format with many new, detailed infographics aiding understanding and over 160 suppliers investigated.

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Table of Contents


  • 1.1. Focus of this report and primary trends
    • 1.1.1. Important trends
    • 1.1.2. Great improvements in traction motors with their controls are both needed and possible
  • 1.2. Example of multiple REM per vehicle
  • 1.3. Powertrain focus
  • 1.4. Motor-generator REM duty cycle, type, function
  • 1.5. Motor-generator REM improvements needed, number of manufacturers/ developers
  • 1.6. REM technology
    • 1.6.1. Choices
    • 1.6.2. Technology preference by type of vehicle
  • 1.7. Market forecasts
    • 1.7.1. Type of powertrain for 46 types of electric vehicle
    • 1.7.2. In wheel motors vs near wheel motors
    • 1.7.3. In-wheel motor global market for vehicles with four or more wheels units million 2017-2027
  • 1.8. Powertrain forecasts by 46 types of electric vehicle
  • 1.9. Rapidly increasing market for powertrain REMs for electric vehicles
  • 1.10. Premium pure electric cars in 2017


  • 2.1. Powertrains
    • 2.1.1. Typical powertrain components
    • 2.1.2. The show so far: adoption of electrified powertrains
    • 2.1.3. Hype curve for car powertrains in 2016
  • 2.2. Rotating electrical machines in powertrain
    • 2.2.1. Needs by type of powertrain
    • 2.2.2. Heart of a first generation 48V mild hybrid: BSG
    • 2.2.3. REM technologies performance in powertrains: the show so far
  • 2.3. One business land, water, air - hybrid and pure electric
  • 2.4. Trend to two or more REM per vehicle
    • 2.4.1. Reasons
    • 2.4.2. Innovative two motor formats: car, motorcycle
  • 2.5. Trend to product integration
    • 2.5.1. Strong hybrid cars
    • 2.5.2. Volkswagen approach to device integration
    • 2.5.3. Integration challenges of simulation of electric machines and inverters
    • 2.5.4. 48V mild hybrid integrated starter generators
    • 2.5.5. Two types of in-wheel motor
    • 2.5.6. In-wheel motors by size of vehicle, with examples, benefits sought and challenges.
  • 2.6. Trend to high voltage, high speed motors in strong hybrids, pure electric vehicles
  • 2.7. Flywheel KERS
  • 2.8. Trend to vertical integration in supply chain
  • 2.9. Motor Controls
    • 2.9.1. Overview
    • 2.9.2. Cost and integration issues


  • 3.1. Why 48V?
  • 3.2. Where 48V mild hybrids fit in
  • 3.3. Motivation
  • 3.4. 48V mild hybrid system technology
  • 3.5. Evolution from stop-start to multifunctional rotating machines
  • 3.6. How to make a 48V mild hybrid in latest form for a car
  • 3.7. Toolkit for 48V mild hybrid powertrains
  • 3.8. The key components of the system options are mostly different
  • 3.9. Not just cars!
  • 3.10. Reversible rotating machine technology choices for 48V mild hybrids
  • 3.11. How Continental sees the asynchronous option
  • 3.12. Example of test beds for 48V REMs ADEPT project
  • 3.13. Best solutions for market needs 2016-2030: interviews
  • 3.14. Modelling of 48V introduction: Volkswagen SUV data with IDTechEx comment
  • 3.15. Modelling of 48V introduction using Volkswagen SUV data with IDTechEx comment Gen2&3
  • 3.16. Types of conventional and electric vehicle with those that have or will have many 48V systems shown in grey


  • 4.1. Relative needs
  • 4.2. Plug in option
  • 4.3. Plug in hybrid potential in higher performance/ heavy vehicles
  • 4.4. The Tesla approach to electric traction motors
    • 4.4.1. Motor history to Tesla Model 3
    • 4.4.2. Comparisons
    • 4.4.3. Interview
  • 4.5. Different views on usefulness of parallel hybrids in future: Siemens, Ricardo
  • 4.6. Siemens typical hybrid system components based on automotive standard TS 16949
  • 4.7. Ricardo view of long haul options
  • 4.8. GKN advances in 2016
  • 4.9. Roundup


  • 5.1. The end game
  • 5.2. Voltage trends for pure electric vehicles
  • 5.3. Great variety
  • 5.4. Pure electric cars and similar vehicles
  • 5.5. UAVs and multicopters
    • 5.5.1. REMs
    • 5.5.2. Drive electronics
  • 5.6. Dyson robot vacuum cleaner
  • 5.7. Energy Independent Vehicles EIV
    • 5.7.1. Why we want more than mechanical energy independence
    • 5.7.2. Energy Independent Vehicles: definition and function
    • 5.7.3. The EIV powertrain for land vehicles
    • 5.7.4. EIV operational choices
    • 5.7.5. Do not forget wind
    • 5.7.6. Key EIV technologies
    • 5.7.7. Stella Lux passenger car Netherlands
    • 5.7.8. Solar racer derivative: Immortus passenger car EIV Australia
    • 5.7.9. POLYMODEL micro EV Italy
    • 5.7.10. Lizard EIV wakes with the sun: NFH-H microbus China


  • 6.1. Ongoing interviews by IDTechEx USA, East Asia, Europe
  • 6.2. ALABC/ILA London 12 Jan 2016
  • 6.3. MAHLE March 2016
  • 6.4. Visit to Controlled Power Technologies CPT Ltd UK


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