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Daniel Sukumar Zakkam, SME - Hybrid Powertrain Control, KPIT | LinkedIn

Mufaddel Dahodwala, SME- Conventional Powertrain, KPIT | LinkedIn

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and California Air Resources Board (CARB) have announced new rules focused on tightening greenhouse emissions and criteria pollutants from heavy-duty trucks. A significant update of powertrain technologies is required to achieve these stringent regulations.

One pathway to achieve these future emission regulations is through 48V mild hybridization and electrification.

In this free webinar, KPIT experts explain how 48V electrification allows for the application of multiple powertrain technologies to meet these upcoming regulations. They also demonstrate that a modular controls architecture developed by KPIT enables the application of various 48V components, including E-Turbo, EGR pump, catalyst heater, water pump, A/C compressor, pumps, fans, motor generator, and alternator.

Key topics and takeaways:

  • Learn how to implement the 48V battery SOC within a common architecture
  • Discover how to maintain the battery SOC while prioritizing load demands from various 48V components
  • Find out how to adapt the deployment of 48V components to market requirements

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Meet the experts

Daniel Sukumar Zakkam

SME - Hybrid Powertrain Control, KPIT

Mufaddel Dahodwala

SME- Conventional Powertrain, KPIT