Jakob Schneider

Jakob Schneider
Technische Universität München | TUM · Institute of Automotive Technology

Master of Science

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Publications (9)
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To reach cost-parity with diesel trucks, battery-electric trucks require fast-chargeable lithium-ion cells with a high energy density and cycle life, at a low specific cost. However, cells generally excel at only a fraction of these characteristics. To help select the optimal cell, we have developed the techno-economic cell selection method. The me...
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The decarbonization of the transport sector, and thus of road-based transport logistics, through electrification, is essential to achieve European climate targets. Battery electric trucks offer the greatest well-to-wheel potential for CO2 saving. At the same time, however, they are subject to restrictions due to charging events because of their lim...
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To increase the competitiveness of battery electric long-haul trucks, industry is developing a charging standard which is capable of providing up to 3,75MW charging power. The resulting possibility of en-route fast-charging has a significant impact on the sizing of the battery system and on the required properties of the used cell, minimizing the d...
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Sizing a battery thermal management system (BTMS) for worst-case scenarios ensures that the battery is always operated in the preferred temperature window, but requires large, heavy, expensive cooling systems, and may cause large temperature differences within and between the cells. A control strategy that activates the cooling system at low cell t...
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Automotive battery cells underly a wide range of different cycling conditions and load regimes in real-world usage. Currently, academic research is being conducted mostly on cell types that are non-relevant for automotive applications. Furthermore, the tests predominantly contain abstracted, synthetic load conditions with questionable transferabili...
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With the rise of battery electric vehicles to mass production, many technical improvements have been realized to drastically increase the electric range, efficiency, and sustainability. However, insights into those valuable state-of-the-art solutions are usually not shared with researchers due to the strict non-disclosure policies of electric vehic...
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Despite fast technological advances, world-wide adaption of battery electric vehicles (BEVs) is still hampered—mainly by limited driving ranges and high charging times. Reducing the charging time down to 15 min, which is close to the refueling times of conventional vehicles, has been promoted as the solution to the range anxiety problem. However, s...
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Safeguarding and type approval of automated vehicles is a key enabler for their market launch in our complex traffic environment. Scenario-based testing by means of computer simulation is becoming increasingly important to cope with the enormous complexity and effort. However, there is a huge gap when assessing the safety of the virtual vehicle whi...
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Safeguarding and type approval of automated vehicles is a key enabler for their market launch in our complex traffic environment. Scenario-based testing by means of computer simulation is becoming increasingly important to cope with the enormous complexity and effort. However, there is a huge gap when assessing the safety of the virtual vehicle whi...

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In the Electric Vehicle Lab (EV Lab), we answer questions related to the global global transition to electromobility. We enhance electric vehicles’ efficiency, sustainability and economics by optimizing and accelerating the integration of powertrain components, such as the high-voltage battery, through the entire vehicle to their operation in mobility and energy systems. For this purpose, we use both real-world and realistic laboratory tests using our extensive infrastructure as well as sophisticated simulations.