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We are pleased to inform you that the CTI SYMPOSIUM CHINA 2021 will again take place as a face-to-face event in Shanghai on September, 27th-29th

We are pleased to inform you that the CTI SYMPOSIUM CHINA 2021 will again take place as a face-to-face event in Shanghai on September, 27th-29th. From now on the organization of the conference will be handled by the team of Informa Markets based in Beijing. This team has accompanied the successful development and expansion of…

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CTI Symposium China 2020 Online Session

CTI Symposium China 2020 Online Session

Special Edition – New Energy Vehicle new applications 02 December 2020 China Time 16:00-18:00 (CET 9:00-11:00) Language: English Speaker 1: YoungKyu KIM Senior Research Engineer Hyundai Transys

Fuel economy improvement system allied to an auxiliary driving wheels of electric vehicle
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CTI is delighted to welcome Punch Powertrain as a long-standing partner once again at the Digital Edition of the European CTI Symposium

“As a global supplier of innovative and fuel-efficient powertrain solutions, we believe that CTI Berlin is an excellent platform to showcase our latest solutions and exchange ideas with market leaders. A constant dialogue is vital to grasp the ever-changing trends in the dynamic automotive market. CTI Berlin represents an ideal place for us to follow…

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A new safety oriented approach in the validation of highly automated electric vehicle subsystems

Authors: Moritz Wäschle (doctoral researcher)1, Kai Wolter (doctoral researcher)1, Katharina Bause (Head of Research Department Drive Systems and Clutch and Tribology Systems)1, Matthias Behrendt (Head of Research Department NVH and System Validation)1 1 KIT IPEK – Institute of Product Engineering, Kaiserstr. 10, 76131 Karlsruhe, moritz.waeschle@kit.edu Introduction The ever-increasing demands for the safety and reliability of…

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Hydrogen from production to vehicle application

In a specific session dedicated on hydrogen from production to vehicle application scientists and engineers of Shell, Toyota, FIAT Powertrain Industrial and Hyundai will go into details about • H2 as a renewable fuel option for mobility • The role of hydrogen and electrification towards Zero Emission Mobility • Fuel Cell Systems Development for Commercial Applications: Requirements, Technology Status and Challenges • H2 – vehicle applications and integration Join the CTI SYMPOSIUM GERMANY Digital Edition on December 8 and 9. Benefit of this unique meeting of international experts to gather information most relevant for your future business strategy and generate valuable new business contacts.

The energy providers, communities and automotive industry are working on the energy and mobility transformation. The production, distribution, usage of hydrogen as well as the development and application of efficient technologies vital for a successful turnaround. During the CTI SYMPOSIUM EUROPE leading experts form the energy and automobile sector are discussing the future of hydrogen…

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ElringKlinger is developing new production processes to improve output of thin steel sheet stacks for electric traction motors

ELECTRIC DRIVE UNIT COMPONENTS

Due to the change from internal combustion engines to electric drives in automotive applications, both the demand as well as the requirements for laminated stacks that form the iron core of an electric traction motor are increasing. ELECTRIC DRIVE UNIT COMPONENTS In order to optimize energy consumption and reduce the installation space, the iron losses…

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Abstract: MAHLE’s contribution to the defossilization of the transport sector

Dr Jörg Stratmann, Chairman of the Management Board and CEO, MAHLE Group, Germany The transport sector accounts for almost one quarter of the global annual CO2-emissions, therefore significant contributions are needed in order to meet the sector target. At the same time, however, it is out common goal to secure individual mobility. To reconcile the…

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Abstract: Challenges in system-oriented design of electric drives

Prof. Dr Markus Henke, Managing Director Institute for Electrical Machines, Traction and Drives, TU Braunschweig, Germany The design of electrical machines is considered system-oriented and holistically. For the electromagnetic machine design, energy supply and control, cooling possibilities and material properties are included in the design process. These methods are illustrated by current research questions concerning…

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