GREEN

Group of Vehicle Engineering Nebrija

Innovations in Sensorization, Vehicle Dynamics and Energy Harvesting

Research Lines


Research Lines
Expert group in vehicle dynamics including analysis, simulation, design, optimization, testing,
sensing, vibroacoustic dynamic data acquisition and analysis.
Current projects focused on thermal and mechanical Energy recovery in vehicles (Energy harvesting).

Research Lines:


Mechanical Energy Recovery in Vehicles (Energy Harvesting)

Energy Recovery through Thermoacoustic Systems.

Mathematical-Experimental Development of Tyre Models.

Parameters Identification in Vehicle Systems.

Railway Vehicles Dynamics

Minimally Invasive Sensorization of Low Cost Vehicles .





News


Antonio de Nebrija University and Banco Santander are extending the deadline for the 1st edition of the Awards for the best End-of-Graduate work, which is June 15, 2020.

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The Nebrija-Santander Chair of Energy Recovery in Surface Transport is organizing the II Week of Initiation to Research for brilliant students, from June 8th to 12th, 2020. In this second edition, the base technology will be thermoelectricity and due to the current circumstances both the training and the practices will be carried out in telepresence mode.

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On March 6, 2020, a working seminar was held between researchers from the Research Group on Energy and Environmental Processes (GPEM) of the University of Castilla-La Mancha and the Research Group on Automotive Engineering (GREEN) of the Nebrija University.

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Nebrija University is expanding its relations with companies that are references in their sector and that contribute to the development of industry and research in Spain. For this reason, Nebrija has signed a collaboration agreement with FB&KT Technology, a leading company in engineering and R+D+I, to carry out joint training, research, technological and scientific projects between both institutions.

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December 8th in Brussels, kick-off meeting for Horizon 2020-Shift2Rail project NEXTGEAR, NEXT generation of methods, concepts and solutions for the design of robust and sustainable running GEAR.

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Prof. Jordi Vinolas contributes to the Second Edition of the Handbook of Railway Vehicle Dynamics. Together with Sebastian Stichel, Anna Orlova and Mats Berg, they cover Chapter 6. Suspension Elements and Their Characteristics.

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The 1st Spanish meeting on thermoacousticswas organized by Mondragon Componentes and Centro Stirling, on February 27, 2018, took place in Aretxabaleta (Basque Country)

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The week from June 24th-29th students who are having an outstanding performance at their courses were personally invited to an inmersion in a hot research topic: thermoacoustics.

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Articles


Projects


Residual Energy Recovery Potential in Internal Combustion Engines. Energy and Environmental Implications

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Dynamic Calculations for Variable Width OGI Bogie approval

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SEGVAUTO

Vehicle Safety for Intelligent, Sustainable, Safe and Inclusive Mobility

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NEXTGEAR

Next Generation Methods, Concepts and Solutions for the Design of Robust and Sustainable Running Gear

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RECUPERA

Recovery of residual energy in light vehicles.

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VOJEXT

Value of Joint Experimentation in Digital Technologies for Manufacturing and Construction

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FDP Proposals


LISTA (ESP) DE PROPUESTAS - TFG

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Bi-directional Turbine Based Energy Recovery Damping System Design

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Reverse Analysis of Structures by Artificial Intelligence Techniques (AI)

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Application of Artificial Intelligence Techniques to Design of Thermo-Acoustic Engines

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Backpack Design for Energy Recovery

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Improvement of Thermo-Acoustic Engine from Design of Experiments Techniques (DOE)

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Design and Validation of Redundant Low Cost Measurement System against Professional Sensor.

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Design and Construction of Flexible and Scalable Thermo-Acoustic Engine

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Exergetic Analysis of a Thermo-acoustic Engine.

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Evaluation of the Possibilities of Energy Recovery in Buses

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Evaluation of the Possibilities of Energy Recovery in Motor Vehicles

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Evaluation of the Possibilities of Energy Recovery in Motorcycles

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Evaluation of the Possibilities of Data Acquisition of the Environment by Bicycle

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Identification of Vehicle Parameters from Vehicle Tests (3 places)

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Demonstration Cooling System Design from the Reverse Thermo-Acoustic Effect

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Packaging System Design and Acquisition System Orientation

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Design of Electrical System for Energy Recovery

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Events


Chair


Who we are


Dr. D. José Luis Olazagoitia

Responsable IP

Dr. D. Jordi Viñolas

Researcher

Dr. D. Antonio Hernando

Researcher

Dr. D. Ciro Moreno

Researcher

Drª. Dª. Carmen Iniesta

Researcher

Dr. D. Alejandro González

Researcher

Dª. Mª Sonsoles García

Researcher

Dr. D. Francisco Badea

Researcher

Dr. D. John Prakash Susainathan

Researcher

Dr. D. Carlos Lli

Researcher

Dr. D. Ingo Kaiser

Researcher

Dr. D. Jong-Bong Kim

External Researcher

Dr. D. Lincoln Bowen

External Researcher

D. Carlos R. Gijón

External Researcher

Dr. D. Mahidur Sarker

External Researcher

Dr. D. Jesús Ángel Pérez

External Researcher

D. Marco Casale Nieto

Research Fellow

D. Juan Manuel Díaz

Research Fellow

D. Fernando López

Research Fellow

D. Alberto Lindon

Research Fellow

Collaborations


Hugo G.González

Research Collaborator

Jorge A. Reyes

Research Collaborator

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Recognised Researcher in Automotive Engineering

Nebrija Research Group in Automotive Engineering-GREEN is a well established research group at Nebrija University in Madrid (Spain). The group is offering a position for a recognised researcher who would join the group and could bring a significant added-value.

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Internship in the Chair of Energy Recovery in Transport

The student will be trained and develop his/her work in several key areas: design, development and manufacture of a functional energy recovery system; CAD design of the parts needed to integrate their models; finite element calculation of the mechanical systems developed and documentation of the developments made.

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Contact


  • Calle Pirineos, 55, Madrid, España
  • UNIVERSIDAD NEBRIJA