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(2015) Electronyte E14

Formula Student Racecar

TU Kaiserslautern

Exhibitor details
Logo (2015) Electronyte E14
Logo (2015) Electronyte E14

Exhibition stand

Hall 2, Stand B40

Product description

The Electronyte E14 is the latest electronic race car of the Kaiserslautern Racing Team. It is designed and produced by students from both Technical University of Kaiserslautern and University of Applied Sciences Kaiserslautern. Under the programme of the Formula Student Series the members complete numerous challenges with a new race car every year.
The E14 is powered by two water-cooled synchronous motors. Each one comes with a capacity of 20 kW and 74 Nm maximum torque. With the assistance of the self-developed traction control system (TCS), witch makes sure to have the optima force distribution on the rear axle, the car accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in almost 3 seconds and reaches its' top speed of 120 km/h shortly afterwards. The motors are supplied by 216 lithium-polymer-cells. Those are monitored by a self-developed battery management system (BMS). Both data from the battery management system and few other sensors inside the car can be analysed just in time through mobile data transfer. Due to the more sophisticated carbon fibre monocoque strengthened by cores made of aramide-honeycomb the cars' weight could be reduced by 50 kg. In combination with the new aerodynamic kit the Electronyte E14 is perfectly prepared for the dynamic disciplines of Formula Student Series.

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Development status
Under development

Market introduction

Degree of documentation
Well documented

Market orientation
Niche market

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