Christian Speuser and Alexander Koch of FEV explain general topology to detailed design solutions, attendees will gain insight into the HV battery, electric drive unit, and power electronics of the new Volkswagen MEB platform.
Experts from FEV provide an overview of the company’s recent vehicle and engine performance benchmark study on the Mazda Skyactiv-X and the Infiniti QX50.
AVL’s Rainer Schantl provides unique insight into how to accelerate the modern, state-of-the-art vehicle development process.
AVL experts discuss a virtual solution that uses CFD and MBD simulation to predict cylinder liner cavitation and its consequences.
AVL experts introduce a new E-Motor analysis system, which enables the measurement of torque and lateral forces at any rotation speed with a single sensor.
Dow’s Dr Varun Thakur discusses how new weatherseal technologies can enable the adoption of lighter materials in vehicles.
AVL experts Gerhard Schagerl and Martin Rothbart discuss the role that Vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology is poised to play in the future of mobility.
Ricardo presents its hydrogen engine and fuel cell system development capability using VPD including TCO, software and advanced control approach.
Experts from AVL discuss a virtualization solution, which offers a lower cost and more efficient alternative to traditional hybrid powertrain development methods.
AVL’s Dr. Josef Zehetner discusses a comprehensive approach on how to drive digitalization in the vehicle development verification and validation process.
AVL experts provide insight into modern simulation-based filter development techniques, which enable the adoption of passive filters into an electric environment.
MAHLE Powertrain’s Adrian Cooper and Dr Mike Bassett demonstrate the capability of the company’s passive MJI system to enable whole map λ=1 operation.
AVL’s Michael Sammer provides detailed insight into a universal flow measurement system that covers a wide range of applications.
AVL experts provide deep insight into new inverter and component test setups and outline the benefits of ripple current testing for present and future challenges.
AVL experts explain how to simulate the dynamic behaviour and NVH response of transmissions and electric axles.
Ricardo experts present the company’s battery development capability, including thermal management using Virtual Product Development (VPD).
AVL’s Georg Schrank and Christoph Klement provide an in-depth analysis of the company’s latest benchmarking tests for the new Porsche Taycan’s 800V powertrain and battery.
Experts from Ricardo discuss the future emissions challenges and solutions for Euro VII (heavy-duty vehicles) regulations.
Experts from Drive System Design present a highly accessible, unique and independent methodology that helps to optimise, de-risk and future-proof electrified powertrain architecture selection.
Experts from AVL discuss a fuel cell testing solution, which can help stakeholders achieve a development process that is both cost- and time-efficient.