BASF’s Chris Korson and Ricardo Mercado discuss the differences in material behaviour when using composites instead of aluminium in ICE and EV powertrain applications.
AVL’s Stefan Scheidel and Helmut Grassberger discuss how to implement suitable methodology and tools to help engineers find the optimal parameters in a multidimensional design space.
Experts from AVL provide a holistic view of requirements on test facilties for hydrogen ICEs. The experts will also identify solutions to the numerous test bed transformation challenges.
AVL’s Martin Rothbart and Rittmar von Helmolt explain how to overcome the shortcomings of existing approaches for future energy systems.
KPIT experts explain how 48V electrification allows for the application of multiple powertrain technologies to meet upcoming GHG regulations.
AVL experts discuss an easy-to-use solution that supports you throughout the development process with assistants such as the engine model generator, parameterization wizards, and various automated workflows.
Experts from AVL discuss the layout of hydrogen engines in passenger car and commercial applications, focusing on hybrid solutions for high-efficiency passenger car powertrains.
Dr. Alexander Fandakov discusses IAV’s model-based development methodology and how it can be employed for thermal management optimizations benefiting from new technologies.
AVL’s Manfred Kogler and Lukas Leonhartsberger present the results of a comprehensive Toyota Yaris benchmark study, which covered the ICE, component design, vehicle characteristics and performance.
Upstream’s Giuseppe Serio and Professor Hans-Joachim Hof of the Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt explain how stakeholders can implement threat analysis and make intelligent changes to secure the new E-mobility landscape.
AVL’s Vittal Bandi and Kieran McAleer explain how to virtualize more of the vehicle development process, from integrating models and virtual ECUs to executing defined test cases across all environments.
BASF’s Chris Korson explains the benefits of using composite chassis solutions in modern vehicles, especially when developing electric vehicle architectures.
Garrett’s Stephane Strahm and Ondřej Šantin introduce a non-linear model predictive control (NMPC) framework and explain how it can help OEMs expedite their fuel-to-electrification journey.
UL explains the current United States federal test requirements for light-duty electric vehicle range and energy consumption and how EVs have a distinct advantage in governmental compliance.
VI-grade’s Francesco Ambrogi explains how innovative simulation tools can expedite electric vehicle design and development.
KPIT experts explain how automotive OEMs can employ a system engineering-based approach to optimize their xEV powertrain strategy and shorten the overall development cycle.
Garrett’s Peter Davies explains how TwoStage compression and interstage cooling can lead to significant fuel economy from a high-power density gasoline engine in a heavily hybridized vehicle.
MAHLE Powertrain’s Tom Brooks and Gordon Kennedy explain how MApps, the general data processing toolset, helps deliver customer benefits in the field of vehicle calibration.
AVL experts present a methodic HiL/SiL environment approach to managing future legislative challenges such as EU7 and complex systems like PHEV.
BASF’s Marc Ingelmann and Mark Staniford explain how OEMs can reduce airborne and structure-borne vehicle noise using optimum material combinations and innovative NVH solutions.