Working with prototypes leads to innovative solutions
In the JOSPEL project, thermoelectrics are applied in the electric vehicles to provide areas with efficiency, thus making the battery last longer. Recently, the project has been testing various prototypes.
Over the past months, European Thermodynamics, who specialises in thermoelectric, have been looking at the development of thermoelectric assemblies, which will be installed in the electric vehicles to provide areas with efficiency. Specifically, they have been concentrating on contact areas of heating and cooling as well as directed heating and cooling towards the individuals in the vehicles.
To come up with the innovative solutions that are best suited for the purpose, they are working with prototypes to measure efficiency and to test the pros and cons of the various approaches.
In the video below, you can see some of the areas they have been focusing on, and here more about workings of thermoelectrics.