Programme 2018

Introductory DaySymposium day oneSymposium day two

18 September 2018

Basics and Practice of Automotive Transmissions, Hybrid and Electric Drives

Schedule: 9.00 a. m. – 5.00 p. m.

Objective

During the introductory day newcomers and beginners will get an overview of the basics of conventional, hybrid and electric drives.

About the instructors

The Introductory Day will be held by the Institute of Automotive Engineering (IAE), Technical University Braunschweig, Germany and Prof. Dr Tong ZHANG and his team from College of Automotive Studies, Tongji University, China. The IAE under the direction of Prof. Dr Ferit Küçükay is the leading institute in Germany for automotive transmission development and research. The IAE holds this Introductory Day regularly also as an integral part of the European CTI Symposium in Berlin. College of Automotive Studies (CAS) of Tongji University was established in 2002 and approved as a key national new energy vehicle research and development institution. Prof. Dr Tong ZHANG is the director of the college academic committee and fuel cell vehicle technology institute.

INTRODUCTORY PRESENTATION

Automotive drive concepts

  • Drive characteristics and driving resistances, basics of longitudinal dynamics
  • Background and function of starting devices, transmissions, hybrid and electric drives
  • Design and function of conventional drive concepts, serial, parallel and power-split hybrid drives, electric drives
  • Market and development trends
Session: Conventional DriveTrains (by IAE)

Design Layouts

  • Starting devices – clutch, dual-mass flywheel, torque converter
  • Transmission concepts:
    • Manual transmission (MT)
      Two and multiple-shaft transmission for front-wheel and standard drive
    • Automated manual transmission (AMT) – “add on” and integrated Solutions
    • Dual-clutch transmission (DCT)
      In production application, introduced prototypes
    • Automatic transmission (AT)
      Different gear set arrangements, examples of application
    • Continuously variable transmission (CVT)
      Layout, chains and belts, drivability
    • Dedicated hybrid transmission (DHT)
      Principles, applications and new concepts
  • All-wheel drives

Drive train management

  • Drive train management and operating strategy
    Control – shifting characteristics, applications
    Interfaces – engine, body, chassis
Session: Hybrid and Electric Drives (by CAS)

Lithium-ion batteries

  • Overview on lithium-ion batteries: design and operating principle
  • Cathode and anode materials
  • Electrical behaviour and ageing
  • System Technology (charging protocols, state diagnostics, system integration)
  • Cost and safety aspects
  • Modelling of lithium-ion batteries

Electric motors as vehicle drives: design, features, characteristics

  • Physical basics
  • Design and characteristics of the most important types of electric motors
  • Operation of synchronous and induction motors of the frequency converter
  • Important technical characteristics

Power electronics for hybrid and electric vehicles

  • Power electronic components and circuits
  • Assembly concepts and thermal management
  • Control of power electronic converters
  • Special considerations for vehicular applications
5.00 p. m. – 7.00 p. m.

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Main event: 19 September 2018

 PLENARY SPEECHES 
7.00

Reception and Opening of the CTI Symposium EXPO

8.15

Welcome address by CTI and the Chairman of the CTI Symposium

Prof. Dr Ferit KüçükayProf. Dr Ferit Küçükay
Director, Institute of Automotive Engineering,
Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany

8.40

Challenges and opportunities for automotive OEMs in the era of vehicle electrification

David LU
Director, New Energy Vehicles, Technology Center Shanghai,
Chery, China

9.00

Great Wall Motors new energy transmission research & blueprint

Gerhard Henning
Chief Technology Officer,
Transmission Research Institute, Great Wall Motors, China

9.20Mega-trends in traffic sector

Michael SchöffmannMichael Schöffmann
Head of Internationalisation, Region Management, Localisation,
Audi AG, Germany

9.40

Q & A

10.00

Coffee break and visit to the CTI Symposium EXPO

10.45
 PANEL DISCUSSION 

Does China have the core competencies to be the leader of the hybrid and electric drive technologies?

MODERATOR:
Prof. Dr Ferit Küçükay, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany

PANELISTS:
Gerhard Henning, Executive Chief Engineer, Transmission Research Institute, Great Wall Motors, China
David LU, Director, New Energy Vehicles, Technology Center Shanghai, Chery China
Michael Schöffmann, Head of Internationalisation, Region Management, Localisation, Audi AG, Germany
Kejian WANG, President, CH-Auto Technology, China

11.45

Lunch break

13.15 – 17.25

Parallel Sessions

A: Dedicated Hybrid Transmission (DHT) and Hybrid Drive System Concepts
12.45
 Solution Forum 

Efficient synchronizer solutions for (dedicated) hybrid transmissions
Sasha WANG, Product Development Supervisor, Oerlikon Metco Surface Technology (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.,China

13.15

Dedicated Hybrid Powertrain (DHP) – hybridisation concepts with a total system approach

  • Complete consideration and lead from the DHT concept to a powertrain point of view
  • Solutions for hybrid concepts regarding usage, functionality and costs
  • Interaction of combustion engine, electric motor and transmission

Dr Jörg Gindele, Senior Director Core Engineering, Magna Powertrain, Germany

13.45

Innovative DHT for reducing CO2 emissions of future front-transverse vehicle fleets

  • From fleet requirements to optimized hybrid powertrains
  • Assessment of performance, fuel economy and costs
  • New technologies to fulfil future package requirements

Erik Schneider, Senior Vice President Transmission & Hybrid Driveline, IAV GmbH, Germany

14.15

A quantitative method for the selection of gears ratios for a P2 hybrid DCT

  • An approach for identifying the ideal gear ratios for a PHEV
  • The influence of PHEV operational modes on ratio selection
  • Determination of the optimum number of gears for a PHEV

Dr Andrew Lockyer, Principal CAE Engineer, Changan UK R&D Centre Ltd., UK

14.45

Coffee break and visit to the CTI Symposium EXPO

15.30

Benefits of hybrid P2 off-line module compared to other architectures

  • Europe and China electrification take rate forecast
  • Valeo hybrid P2 off-line module: a genericity enabler
  • Technical details of Valeo hybrid P2 off line module
  • Conclusion and next steps

Norberto Termenon, R&D Director, Valeo, France

16.00

Electrified automated manual transmission (eAMT)

  • Intelligent combination of electric axle drive and AMT
  • Attractive solution in the hybrid vehicle market
  • Optimal shifting comfort through intelligent control

Dr Florian Mühlfeld, Team Manager, ZF Friedrichshafen AG, Germany

16.30

Magna’s full scalable approach for the electrified powertrain of the future

  • Modular and scalable platform with common building blocks
  • Improved scalability fitting to end-consumer expectations
  • Improved scalability fitting to the CO2 challenge

Dr Carsten Bünder, Director Global Product Management, Magna Powertrain, Germany

17.00

Highly integrated eDrives: technology and outlook

  • Status quo of integrated electric drive system for HEVs and BEVs
  • Driver for higher integration?
  • Systematic approach to higher integration
  • Enablers of higher integration

Masashi AIKAWA, Chief Engineer eDrive Asia, GKN Driveline, Japan

17.25

END OF CONFERENCE PROGRAMME, DAY ONE

18.00

CTI NETWORKING NIGHT AT THE CHAOFOOD RESTAURANT

B: Conventional Transmission and Drive System Concepts
13.15

Transmission performance development and integration application on vehicle

  • target design
  • key development technology
  • vehicle integration technology
  • development summary

Xiaofeng CHEN, Department director, Great Wall Motor, China

13.45

Development of a DCT family – Possibilities of a German-Chinese partnership

  • A transmission family including hybrid and add-on 4WD
  • Holistic development for the Chinese market
  • Reduction of development times by utilising diversity

Florian Stallforth, Leader Design, Getec Getriebe Technik GmbH, Germany

14.15

Aisin AW’s new generation 8-speed transverse automatic transmission

  • Development concept
  • New technologies focusing on fuel economy
  • Improved functional performance

Eijiro Takabatake, Group Manager, AISIN AW Co., Ltd, Japan

14.45

Coffee break and visit to the Transmission EXPO

15.30

The all-new 8-speed AT for the Opel Grandland X and the DS7 Crossback from PSA

  • New Opel and DS vehicles launched in 2018 with the new Aisin AW G-Series AT
  • Lightweight and compact design with off-axis low loss oil pump
  • Modular design for different optional damping strategies, stop-start capabilities and range selection methods.

Georg Bednarek, Global Program Manager & Global Chief Engineer Automatic Transmissions, Opel Automobile GmbH, Germany

16.00

New developments in automated transmissions for heavy duty commercial vehicles

  • Transmission market for heavy duty commercial vehicles
  • Technology trends for non-manual transmissions
  • Efficient actuation systems for non-manual transmissions

Erik Schneider, Senior Vice President Transmission & Hybrid Driveline, IAV GmbH, Germany

16.30

Product launch of a new high torque CVT in China

  • Highest ratio coverage in torque class
  • 48V start-stop
  • First application in SUV

Yu YANG, Business Development Partner, Punch Powertrain N.V., Belgium

17.00

Development of new torque converter lockup control of CVT matched for the VC-Turbo engine for China

  • The background of this new Torque Converter Lockup Control
  • The concept of the new power-train and requirements for CVT
  • The content and verification of the new Torque Converter control

Guangkai WANG, Engineer, JATCO (Guangzhou) Automatic Transmission Ltd, China

17.25

End of day one

18.00

CTI NETWORKING NIGHT (at the Chaofood Restaurant)

C: Actuator, Sensor and Control Units in Drive System
13.15

E-selectable clutch technologies for automatic transmission fuel efficiency improvement

  • Background and introduction
  • Description of Magna e-selectable clutch
  • Advantages by implementing the new clutch technology
  • Other potential applications of the technology

Cheng MU, Director of Global Engineering, Magna Powertrain, Canada

13.45

Transmission hydraulic modules for hybrid & electric vehicles

  • Smart hydraulic modules
  • Smart hydraulic control unit
  • Connectivity for highest user benefit

Mario Saborio, Simulation Engineer of TM Systems and Innovation, Continental AG, Germany

14.15

Evaluation of trends in hydraulic controls of automatic transmissions

  • Advantages and trade-offs of transition from 2-stage pilot control to direct-acting control
  • Advantages and trade-offs of valve integration into hydraulic control modules
  • Trade-offs involved in downsizing solenoids; how small is too small?

Jeff Waterstredt, Senior Technical Specialist, BorgWarner, USA

14.45

Coffee break and visit to the Transmission EXPO

15.30

The study of synchronizer control in hydraulic-drive wet DCT

  • The synchroniser control in regular working condition
  • The synchroniser control in dynamic working condition
  • The study of synchroniser adaptation method

Kuankuan ZHANG, System Development Manager, UAES, China

16.00

Synchronisers for the new Great Wall Motors 7DCT

  • Synchronizer concept for GWM 7DCT
  • Development and testing for synchronisers
  • Product and production excellence for high end DCT applications

Ottmar Back, Head of Product Line Synchronisers, Hoerbiger Antriebstechnik Holding GmbH,, Germany

16.30

New controller and software architecture and their possibilities for future applications

  • New structured controller and software architectures targeting maximum flexibility and lowest possible cost
  • Controllers and software as simple as possible with universal interfaces
  • Master controller to be updated with extra drivability features

Ralph Fleuren, Project Manager, Transmission Systems, FEV Europe GmbH, Germany

17.00

Torque sensors for high volume – production applications

  • Recent achievements in magnetoelastic sensor technology
  • Magnetoelastic torque sensor for transmissions
  • Economically feasible torque sensor for series applications

Julius Beck, Engineering Manager, Methode Electronics International GmbH, Germany

17.25

End of day one

18.00

CTI NETWORKING NIGHT (at the Chaofood Restaurant)

D: Function Development, Testing, Calibration
13.15

System of E4SPORT and E4BOOST – method for hybrid performance and fuel consumption optimisation

  • System description and modelling
  • Performance optimisation principle & real-time controller description
  • Tests results analysis
  • Conclusion and perspectives

Julien Sabrie, R&D System Engineering Director, Valeo, China

13.45

AVL SPA(TM) – Enabler for virtual calibration of conventional & hybrid powertrain strategy

Björn Wultsch, Calibration Engineer Transmission & Hybrid, AVL List GmbH, Austria

14.15

Online calibration optimisation in a closed loop for objective evaluation of transmission drivability criteria

  • Objective evaluation of transmission drivability criteria
  • Online calibration optimisation in a closed loop

Shengyu WANG, Field Application Expert, ETAS Automotive Technology (Shanghai) Co., Ltd, China

14.45

Coffee break and visit to the Transmission EXPO

15.30

DynActive: real-time shift optimisation algorithm

  • Real-time optimisation of the transmission shift schedule
  • Optimize fuel economy and performance trade-off
  • Reduce tailored shift schedule development

Andy Byerly, Manager Controls IR&D, Allison Transmission, USA

16.00

Fully automated EOL e-drive testing

  • From pre-production to high-speed serial production
  • Automation and modularity for efficient testing solutions
  • Solutions and experiences from realised projects

Dr Lingxiang XU, CEO, teamtechnik Production Technology (Suzhou) Ltd., China

16.30

Dedicated hybrid transmissions architecture creation and selection

  • DHTs, a compelling and enduring proposition
  • DHT BOM cost benefits vs modular architecture
  • Ricardo DHT tools, processes and experience, illustrated with a case study
  • Hybrid system control software, a Ricardo perspective

Anthony O’Neill, Chief Engineer, Ricardo Shanghai Company Limited

17.00

Optimising electric drive systems in “the Cloud”

  • System-level multiphysics optimisation
  • Integrating transmission, motor and electronics
  • High fidelity modelling for robust solutions

Till Hanten, Director, -Drive Engineering Services Ltd, UK

17.25

END OF THE CONFERENCE PROGRAMME, DAY ONE

18.00

CTI NETWORKING NIGHT (at the Chaofood Restaurant)

18.00

CTI NETWORKING NIGHT (at the Chaofood Restaurant)

Main event: 20 September 2018

 PLENARY SPEECHES 
8.00

Reception and opening of the CTI Symposium EXPO

8.30

Opening of the day by the Chairman of the CTI Symposium

Prof. Dr Ferit KüçükayProf. Dr Ferit Küçükay
Managing Director, Institute of Automotive Engineering,
Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany

Institute Automotive Engineering

8.40

The electrification marches on

Daniel Navarro-RiosDaniel Navarro-Rios
Director E/E & e-Drive
Mercedes-Benz Cars Daimler Greater China Ltd., China

mercedes benz

9.00

Impact of trends from lightweight development of e-vehicles

Kejian WANG
President,
CH-Auto Technology, China

9.20

Intelligent energy enhances green mobility

Prof. Huiping LIU
Director, Green Traffic Special Committee,
Shanghai Institute of Traffic Engineering, China

Shanghai Institute

9.40

CVTs in an age of drivetrain electrification

Yoshiyuki TANAKA
General Manager, Corporate Business Promotion Office,
Jatco Ltd, Japan

jatco

10.00

Q&A

10.20

Coffee break and visit to the CTI Symposium EXPO

Parallel Sessions

11.00 – 17.10
E: EV Drive System Concepts
11.00

Modular concept based on high efficiency electric drive unit platform

  • Conflict of targets between mass series large volume production and smaller, specific vehicle production volumes
  • The complete system must be considered
  • Modular EDS system

Prof. Dr Szabolcs Peteri, Technical Manager, hofer powertrain, Germany

11.30

Integrated e-Axle

  • The design principle and structure of JJE’s integrated high-speed e-axle
  • The ultra-low NVH technologies
  • The advantages and applications

Richard LI, Executive Director, Chief Engineer-Transmission, Jing-Jin Electric Technologies Co. Ltd., China

12.00

300 kW at 85 kg system weight: powershiftable 2-speed electric drive unit for high performance applications

  • Axial flux electric motor and directly cooled inverter
  • 2-speed powershift transmission on Ravigneaux basis
  • Highest shift comfort through brake and one-way clutch

Sanghyun LEE, Project Manager, Transmission Systems, FEV Europe GmbH, Germany
Tom Hillman, Senior Simulation Engineer, YASA Ltd., UK

12.30

Lunch and visit to The CTI Symposium EXPO

14.00

Performance analysis of a HMSC (Hybrid Mode and Shift Coordinator) of a range extender powertrain

  • The DE-REX hybrid powertrain concept and HMSC
  • Test and measurement setup on demo car
  • Performance of HMSC during various drive/shift manoeuvre

Yuanchang YING, Function Development Engineer, MBtech Group GmbH & Co. KGaA, Germany

14.30

Modelling and simulation of cold start process of dual-stack fuel cell/battery hybrid power system

  • Analysis of affecting factors of fuel cell system cold-start
  • Modelling of dual-stack fuel cell considering temperature
  • Modelling of battery considering temperature
  • Cold-start parameters optimisation using particle swarm algorithm

Dr Ke SONG, Vice Director, Institute of Fuel Cell Vehicle Technology, School of Automotive Studies, Tongji University, China

15.00

Coffee break and visit to the CTI Symposium EXPO

15.45

Design and implementation of two-speed electric axle for heavy commercial applications

  • Two-speed eAxle for use in heavy commercial applications
  • Design and implementation
  • lessons learned

Idan Kovent, Senior Product Engineer, Linamar, USA

16.15

Modular e-drive concepts for light to heavy electric trucks and buses

  • Highly integrated e-axles
  • Center drives and wheel-selective drives
  • A powertrain family concept

Dr Martin Huber, Simulation Engineer, AVL Commercial Driveline & Tractor Engineering GmbH, Austria

16.45

Traction drives – a viable alternative to single speed geared transmissions in electric vehicles

Michael James Durack, Technology Director, Ultimate Transmissions Pty. Ltd., Thailand

17.10

CHANGE TO PLENARY HALL

F: EV Transmission, Electric Components
11.00

CVT pushes hybrid and electric vehicles forward

  • CVT based hybrid concept
  • Dedicated hybrid solution
  • New Energy Vehicles
  • CVT in battery electric vehicle

Zhijian CAI, Engineering Director,, Bosch Trading (Shanghai) Co. Ltd., China

11.30

Transmission family for battery electric vehicles and axle split hybrid electric vehicles – Challenges and solutions

  • Transmissions dedicated for electric drive
  • Single-speed and two-speed derivatives
  • Lessons-learned regarding market trends and individual concept capabilities
  • Simulations explaining pros and cons of different derivatives

Dr Jürgen Dohmen, Technical Director, FEV Europe GmbH, Germany

12.00

High torque single speed transmission for electric vehicles in passenger and light commercial sectors

  • Transmissions
  • Electric vehicle
  • Commercial vehicles

Jean-Jacques Felder, Sales Manager, PUNCH Powerglide Strasbourg, France

12.30

Lunch and visit to The CTI Symposium EXPO

14.00

Modular 2-speed AMT for high power application and holistic powertrain integration for EV supercar

  • Definition of transmission architecture
  • Reduction of drag losses by lubrication on demand
  • Optimisation of shifting sequence with torque/speed control
  • Holistic Integration to the BEV supercar Kreisel EVEX 910E

Helmut Kastler, Head of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Kreisel Electric GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

14.30

Motor and damper technology approach for future powertrain

  • New e-motor concept
  • Damper technology
  • Facing with high thermal resistance for Chinese market

Junji MAKIMURA, Engineer, EXEDY Corporation, Japan

15.00

Coffee break and visit to the CTI Symposium EXPO

15.45

Use of intelligent actualtors in the field of mobility as a platform solution

  • Definition of a control unit concept
  • The ECU concept
  • Controlled via a driver IC from TI and the corresponding power modules

Dr Günter Ebinger, Managing Director, Hofer Powertrain, Germany

16.15

Efficiency improvements for wet clutches in DCTs, ATs, and especially for drive trains of hybrids and EV’s

  • Increased efficiency in lubricated dual clutch systems
  • Optimisation of energy consumption in on-demand hydraulic
  • Comparison of highly integrated latching mechanisms for actuators
  • Simulation and test

Alexander Moser, Supervisor Advanced Engineering, BorgWarner, Germany

16.45

Adhesives and functional coatings to performance increase for e-Mobility

  • Adhesive solutions for battery systems, e-drive systems, and power conversion systems
  • Gap fillers for battery module assembly
  • Functional conductive Coatings for battery cells
  • Functional Coatings for cost-efficient Electromagnetic Inference (EMI) Shielding on e-Mobility

Laurence LU, Head of e-Mobility Business Development, Asia Pacific, Henkel (China) Investment Co. Ltd, China

17.10

SHORT BREAK | CHANGE TO PLENARY HALL

G: Transmission & Drive System Market, Development Requirements
11.00

World top 10 transmissions selection and evaluation – the voice from the most important market

  • Background – why world top 10 transmissions selection and evaluation in China
  • The organisation of the event
  • Reviews of the event
  • Summary

Prof. Dr Xiangyang XU, Executive Deputy Director of National Engineering Research Center for Passenger Car Automatic Transmissions, School of Transportation Science & Engineering, Beihang University, China

11.30

Transmission market outlook for light vehicle in China

  • China transmission market overview
  • China government fuel consumption regulations
  • Transmission in hybrid/EV era

Wenjuan ZHANG, Analyst, IHS Markit Automotive, China

12.00

Development status of Japanese e-vehicle market

  • HEV technology is getting mature
  • Leading Japanese battery technology
  • FCV will take over important position
  • Measurements against US and Chinese NEV policies

Jincheng ZHOU, Research Manager, FOURIN Inc., Japan

12.30

Lunch and visit to The CTI Symposium EXPO

14.00

Drivetrain loads requirement using large-scale road measurements in China

Lin LI, Research Member, Institute for automobile technology, Technical University, Germany

14.30

Demand analysis of validation standard developments for fuel cell vehicles in the Chinese and German market

  • Facing the lack of validation standards for FCV products
  • Project for solutions regarding the demands of new standards
  • Survey with industry engineers from China and Germany
  • New testing process is validated by vehicle tests

Qiwen XIAO, Scientific Assistant, IPEK-Institute of Product engineering at KIT, Germany

15.00

Coffee break and visit to the CTI Symposium EXPO

15.45

48V BEV: A solution for new challenge of Chinese BEV market

  • Chinese BEV Market & its new challenge
  • Valeo requirements analysis based on Chinese BEV regulation
  • 48V system development & results

Xuefei ZHANG, System R&D Manager, Valeo, China

16.15

Beyond standardisation: Rethinking connectivity and automation

  • Avoid standardsation by automating development
  • Rethink connectivity and automation with AITechs
  • Offer your knowledge to anyone while improving control
  • Protect your IP to the fullest, practically and profitably

Dr Paolo Pilozzi, Managing Director, MASS, Belgium

16.45

GPU-accelerated meshless CFD methods for solving problems in transmission engineering

  • Advantage of langrangian particle based methods
  • GPU acceleration and parallelization
  • Easy to use Graphical User Interface for Transmission Engineering

Lei YANG, Sales Manager, ESS Engineering Software Steyr, China

17.10

SHORT BREAK | CHANGE TO PLENARY HALL

H: Production, Lubrication, NVH
11.00

Potential of powder metal (PM) gears and integrated e-pumps for electrified drivetrains

  • NVH tailored e-drive gear
  • System validation of PM e-drive gear
  • Functionally integrated PM e-pump
  • PM soft magnetic materials for e-pumps

Dr Gerd Kotthoff, Director Advanced Gear Technology and PM Processes; Stefan Tiller, Global Manager AP Electrification, GKN Sinter Metals Engineering GmbH, Germany

11.30

Wear in SMART fortwo transmission rebuilt with powder metal gears

  • Driving data analysis
  • Surface measurements
  • Analysis of SEM pictures of surface

Dr Anders Flodin, Business Development Manager Powertrain, Höganäs, Sweden

12.00

Powder metal (PM) as an enabler for the next generation xEV power trains

  • Market growth for xEV & trend towards planetary gear systems
  • Requirements for xEV powertrains and components
  • PM design features to address the requirements
  • Case studies and launched products for high integration though net shape and innovative joining

Philipp Schaeflein, Business Development Manager Powder Metal, Stackpole Powertrain International GmbH, Germany

12.30

Lunch and visit to The CTI Symposium EXPO

14.00

Transmission oil filter for innovative drivetrains and e-axles – compact, efficient, reliable

  • System reliability through synthetic depth-filtration media
  • New element concepts for ultra-compact filter designs
  • Low differential pressure by optimised assembly space use

Richard Bernewitz, Manager Development Oil Filter Elements, Mann+Hummel GmbH, Germany

14.30

Lubrication eMobility – how ETF can enable new engineering

  • Reducing risk in this fast-moving arena
  • Enabling new engineering via fluid technology
  • New Electric Transmission Fluid (ETF) concepts
  • Testing and performance of ETFs

Chris Cleveland, Senior R&D Manager, Afton Chemical, USA

15.00

Coffee break and visit to the CTI Symposium EXPO

15.45

Noise optimisation of a novel complex HEV transmission – virtual simulation to test results

  • Using advanced virtual simulation techniques
  • Descriptions of high fidelity HEV NVH models
  • Validation of simulation versus field test results
  • Includes before and after driver’s ear noise test results

Dr Owen Harris, Director of Research, SMT Ltd, UK

16.15

Drivability target lead model based development of hybrid powertrains & controls for impulse start

  • Hybrid impulse start comfort & performance challenging
  • Co-simulation enables early specification of powertrain hardware (HW)
  • Model based software (SW) development. for AT, e-motor, disconnect clutch, ICE
  • Novel drive ability target lead development of HW, SW & calibration

Dr Stephen Jones, Principal Product Manager Systems, AVL List GmbH, Austria

16.45

Oil lubrication analysis by RecurDyn and particleworks

  • Why the lubrication efficiency should be improved ?
  • How to improve the lubrication efficiency ?
  • What can the virtual simulation do ?
  • Advantages of the RecurDyn+Particleworks
  • Case study – transmission of motorcycle

Dr Xiangqian ZHU, Professor, Research Center of the Automotive Engineering, School of Mechanical Engineering, Shandong University, China

17.10

CHANGE TO PLENARY HALL

17.15

Summary of the Symposium
Prof. Dr Ferit Küçükay