Project Title

SCHAEFFLER E-MOTOR

College

College of Engineering and Polymer Science

Date of Last Revision

2022-04-28 13:21:47

Major

Mechanical Engineering

Honors Course

4600:402-497

Number of Credits

2

Degree Name

Bachelor of Science

Date of Expected Graduation

Spring 2022

Abstract

This project will be focusing on the work accomplished at Schaeffler to convert an existing internal combustion engine, Ford F-250 truck, into a battery electric vehicle. This report focuses on the vehicle's integration with an emphasis on the bearing design, e-Axle housing's method for mounting, bus bar design, resolver design, differential options, wiring for low and high voltage, and oil pump and cooling system for e-Beam. The bearings for the differential as well as the power transmission system from the electric motor to the e-Axle will need to be specified. By late summer 2022, Schaeffler will have a working prototype of the electric vehicle.

Research Sponsor

Dr. Daniel Deckler

First Reader

Elizabeth Clifford

Second Reader

Dr. Richard Gross

Honors Faculty Advisor

Dr. Daniel Deckler

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