Programme 2019

INTRODUCTORY DAYSYMPOSIUM DAY ONESYMPOSIUM DAY TWO

23 SEPTEMBER 2019

BASICS AND PRACTICE OF HYBRID AND ELECTRIC DRIVE, AUTOMOTIVE TRANSMISSIONS

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 POWERTRAIN AND DRIVETRAIN CONCEPTS

Tasks and characteristics of powertrain, drivetrain and transmissions

  • Requirements on automotive propulsion systems based on vehicle characteristics
  • Characteristic maps of electric motors and combustion engines
  • Classification of propulsion systems (powertrain, drivetrain) and transmissions
  • Energy consumption resulting from road resistance, propulsion system losses and auxiliaries for different vehicle and propulsion concepts

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

Hybrid drivetrain concepts in comparison

  • Introduction, classification (from mild incl. 48 V to strong hybrid)
  • Add-on concepts: parallel (P0-P4, incl. e-axle)
  • Dedicated Hybrid Transmissions (DHT): series, power-split, multimode
  • Comparison of hybrid drivetrain concepts regarding performance and energy consumption

Lin Li, Research Associate, Institute of Automotive Engineering, Technische Universität Braunschweig

Electric drivetrains concepts in comparison

  • Central, close-to-wheel and in-wheel-concepts
  • Comparison of concepts regarding performance and energy consumption
  • Concepts with 1- and 2-speed-transmissions

Lin Li, Research Associate, Institute of Automotive Engineering, Technische Universität Braunschweig

Lunch Break

Session one

TRANSMISSIONS AND ALL-WHEEL-DRIVES

Transmission concepts and components

  • Launch elements: clutch, e-clutch, torque converter, electric motor
  • Design layouts
  • Transmissions Concepts
    • Manual Transmission (MT)
    • Automated Manual Transmission (AMT)
    • Double Clutch Transmission (DCT)
    • Automatic Transmission (AT)
    • Continuously Variable Transmissions (CVT)
  • Efficiency of transmissions
  • Comparison of transmission concepts

Xiao Wang, Research Associate, Institute of Automotive Engineering, Technische Universität Braunschweig

All-Wheel-Drive and Differential Systems

  • Concepts of differentials, locks and their comparison
  • Mechanical, hybrid and electric AWD concepts
  • Series applications: eLSD, TorSen, xDrive, torque splitter, eAWD, etc.

Christian Dorsch, Research Associate, Institute of Automotive Engineering, Technische Universität Braunschweig

Drivetrain management

  • Mechatronics of automated transmissions
  • Shift strategy, calibration

Christian Dorsch

Session two

HYBRID AND ELECTRIC DRIVES

Session Introduction

  • Requirements of hybrid and electric vehicles for the powertrain System
  • Concepts of batteries, electric motors and power electronics

Prof. Dr Tong ZHANG, Director of Fuel Cell Vehicle Technology Institute and Academic Committee of School of Automotive Studies, Tongji University

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

Dr Ke SONG, Lecturer at School of Automotive Studies, Tongji University

Electric motors as vehicle drive: 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

Dr Xinjian WANG, Lecturer at School of Automotive Studies, Tongji University

Fundamentals of Li-on Batteries

  • Structure and principle of Li-ion batteries: from materials, cells, package to system, structure and basic working principles
  • Main parameters and the tests of the batteries: capacity, power, life, self-discharge
  • Battery management and system integration technologies: requirements, system architecture, function definition, BMS development, thermal management, and main concerns during development
  • Modeling and state estimation of li-ion batteries: battery characterization, battery modeling, state estimation, battery ageing

Dr Haifeng DAI, Associate Professor at School of Automotive Studies, Tongji University

24 SEPTEMBER 2019

 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

Institute Automotive Engineering

8.40

Audi’s first full electric premium SUV: e-tron

  • Drive concept
  • Torque vectoring
  • Energy management

Michael SchöffmannMichael Schöffmann
Head of Internationalization, Region Management, Localization
Audi AG, Germany

9.00

Powertrain technical challenge under the electrification trend

  • Opportunities and challenges brought by market and policy changes
  • The main corresponding technologies for the challenges
  • DFM technical route proposal

Dr Shemin ZHANGDr Shemin Zhang
Director of Powertrain Development
Dongfeng Motor Company, China

Dongfeng Motor Company

9.20

Jing-Jin Electric’s dedicated multiple gear Electric Drive Unit (EDU) for EV and HEV

  • The important role of multiple-gear EDU in certain BEV and HEV applications
  • JJE’s multiple-gear EDU for high-performance or high-capability BEVs
  • JJE’s multiple-gear EDU for HEVs

Ping YUPing YU
Founder, Chairman, CEO, Chief Engineer
Jing-Jin Electric, China

9.40

Q & A

10.00

COFFEE BREAK IN THE CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO

10.45
 PANEL DISCUSSION 

Which powertrain characteristics and product strategies are important to have success on the Chinese market?

Michael Schöffmann, Audi
Dr Sheming ZHANG, Dongfeng
Ping YU, Jing-Jin
Sophia Scheitenberger, P3

11.45

LUNCH BREAK IN THE CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO

Parallel Sessions

A: ELECTRIFIED AND HYBRID DRIVE SYSTEMS
12.45 SOLUTION FORUM

Efficient & compact electric propulsion systems enabled by integrated electric controllable clutches

  • Static and dynamic CMDs enable simple multi-speed gearboxes
  • Electric static and dynamic clutches enable simple gearboxes
  • Eliminate hydraulics, improve packaging & reduce complexity
  • Opportunity for system efficiency improvement with new CMDs

Doug Brubaker, Product Engineering Manager, Means Industries, China

13.15

Integrated e-drive system for various performance classes

  • Fully integrated electric drive propulsion system
  • Modularization of the main subcomponent assemblies within system
  • Tailored solution by reduction of complexity across vehicle

Lihua HE, eDrive Application Supervisor, Shanghai GKN Huayu Driveline System, China

13.45

Planning and implementation of electric drive system for SAIC passenger vehicle

  • I. Sales Status of SAIC Passenger Cars
  • II. The Present Situation of the Industrial Chain of the Third Electricity Industry
  • III. PHEV/BEV Technical Route and Specific Scheme

Jian WANG, EDS department director, SAIC Tech Center, SEAT Tech Co., Ltd, China

14.15

Industrial Application of Integrated E-Drive System

  • Background
  • Application Status
  • Difficulty & Achievement
  • Outlook of Chang An EV

Changhong DU, eDrive System Director, Chongqing ChangAn NEV Technology, China

14.45

COFFEE BREAK IN THE CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO

15.30

High Performance 48V integrated e-Axle

  • Full integrated e-Axle with 6 phase E-Machine
  • High efficient concept
  • Hairpin Windings as enabler for package reduction

Christian Schmidt, Project Manager Design, AVL List GmbH, Austria

16.00

e-Axle Product Family for Electrified Commercial Vehicles

  • electric axles for truck and busses
  • Interior Permanent Magnet (IPM) Motor technology
  • eAxle system development
  • production ready solutions

Nicholas LaForce, Senior Engineer, Commercial Vehicle Electrification, Dana, USA

16.30

Modular and highly functional DHT platform for subcompact cars up to full-size SUV

  • Functional requirements of future HEV and PHEV systems
  • Modular platform approach for a wide range of applications
  • Investigation of package, performance, consumption, costs
  • Design and hybrid functionality of a complete DHT platform

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

17.00

What does the ultimate hybridized powertrain configuration look like?

  • Identification of ideal hybridized powertrain configurations
  • Simulation of Dedicated Hybrid Transmissions
  • Potentials of different powertrain configurations

Dr Raimund Ellinger, Manager Powertrain and Hybrid System, AVL List GmbH, Austria

17.25

END OF THE LECTURE PROGRAM, DAY ONE

18.00

DEPARTURE TO THE CTI NETWORKING NIGHT

18.30

Networking Night
Paulaner Bräuhaus Shanghai @Expo, No. 555 Shi Bo Avenue, Shanghai

B: HYBRID AND CONVENTIONAL TRANSMISSIONS
13.15

Scalability goes Live – modular hybrid transmission family for high-volume applications

  • Modular scalable hybrid transmissions for below 300 Nm applications
  • flexibility for reducing complexity by increasing electrification
  • robust technology through scalable innovation on building block level

Dr. Carsten Bünder, Director Global Product Management, Magna Powertrain, Transmission Systems, Germany

13.45

Multi-mode e-transmission, a new and fuel-efficient drivetrain configuration for HEV/PHEV

  • Configuration of multi-mode e-transmission
  • Hydraulic pump and clutch system for seemly drive mode shift
  • System optimization for fuel efficiency
  • Modular design concept and configuration flexibility to meet various vehicle performance requirements

Min LI, eDrive Product Engineering, Shanghai GKN Huayu Driveline System, China

14.15

A new benchmark in compact, low cost DCT technology

  • innovative 7speed dual clutch transmission
  • single layshaft by using automatic transmission components
  • class leading thermal stability by axial clutch topology

Dr Yang YU, Business Development Partner, Punch Powertrain, Belgium

14.45

COFFEE BREAK IN THE CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO

15.30

AISIN AW’s 1motor hybrid transverse automatic transmission

  • Development concept
  • PHEV performance
  • New technologies for compact design

Yuichi Seki, Project Manager, AISIN AW Co., Ltd, Japan

16.00

Electrification of AMT for PHEV applications: concept and practice

  • Decoupling of energy and power demand for PHEV powertrain
  • Concept of electrification of AMT for PHEV Applications
  • Prototyping and verification
  • Conclusion

Zaimin ZHONG, Vice Dean, School of Automotive Studies, Tongji University, China

16.30

Development of new FF 5-speed AMT with improved drivability

  • Automated manual transmission
  • Electro-mechanical gear / clutch actuator
  • Robust system considering operating environment

Dr JinHo CHOI, Part Leader, Hyundai Motor Company, Korea

17.00

Scalable transmission-integrated hybrid solution for light commercial vehicles

  • Flexible hybridization of light commercial vehicles
  • Scalable P3 architecture with dedicated speeds for electric driving
  • Package-neutral electrification with minimal effect on payload and no effect on cargo space
  • highest efficiency in each hybrid, electric and ICE mode

Wolfgang Luecke, Senior Director Regional Product Management, Global MPT, Magna Powertrain, Germany

17.25

END OF THE LECTURE PROGRAM, DAY ONE

18.00

DEPARTURE TO THE CTI NETWORKING NIGHT

18.30

Networking Night
Paulaner Bräuhaus Shanghai @Expo, No. 555 Shi Bo Avenue, Shanghai

C: THERMAL MANAGEMENT, LUBRICATION, NVH
12.45 SOLUTION FORUM

Holistic approach of the lubrication for the electric powertrain based on an innovative multi-purpose fluid

  • Overview of oil properties needed for an electric vehicle
  • New bench tests to assess oil key-properties
  • Numerical simulation of the cooling of an electric motor

Hakim EL BAHI, R&D Scientist, TOTAL, France

13.15

Thermal management in modern powertrains

  • Thermal management aims to improve fuel economy.
  • Transmissions can be assisted to increase efficieny.
  • The variety of thermal requirements requirements result in different product ranges. Necessary products and applications in HEVs and BEVs are evaluated.

Dr Olaf Weber, Director R&D BD Engine Systems, Schaeffler Trading (Shanghai) Co., Ltd., China

13.45

Free flow coolant simulation in electric motors using Moving Particle Semi-implicit (MPS) method

  • new simulation techniques for coolant flow in wet motors
  • estimation of cooling efficiency and free surface coolant flow
  • comparison to different cooling concepts

Sebastian Jugelt, Development Engineer, System Development eTraction, IAV, Germany

14.15

Holistic approach of a battery thermal management system based on an innovative dielectric fluid

  • Test Bench experiments to evaluate thermal performances
  • Experiment simulation at the battery pack level
  • Consideration of the whole thermal management system

Dr Nicolas Champagne, R&D Scientist, TOTAL, France

14.45

COFFEE BREAK IN THE CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO

15.30

Dedicated low viscosity lubricants for electrified transmission concepts

  • Motivation designing next generation transmission fluids
  • Specification & application
  • Compromise of new electrical properties vs traditional transmission fluid characteristics
  • New test methods to define E-Fluids

Torsten Murr, Global Technology Manager, Shell Global Solutions, Germany

16.00

Ultra viscosity-temperature property fluid solution for oil-cooling motor in electrified transmission

  • Cooling motor by oil is the future trend for electrified transmission;
  • Heat dissipation of oil-cooling motor is highly efficient;
  • To lower viscosity, optimize the ultra viscosity-temperature property and lower scanning Brookfield viscosity are the key to improve the heat dissipation.

Xueyou SUN, General Manager/Chief Engineer, Daqing Letof Lubricating Oil, China

16.30

Realistic testing to assess how electrified transmission fluids will withstand ageing

  • New test methods and results
  • Durability of electrified transmission fluids (ETF) assessed
  • Friction & heat, copper and electrical properties
  • Key industry fluids and technology compared

Dr Chris Cleveland, R&D Director, Afton Chemical, USA

17.00

New methods for active NVH cancellation in EV / CAV applications

  • Co-simulation of mechanical/electrical hardware and control
  • High-fidelity NVH analysis of electric powertrain systems
  • Optimised solutions exploiting active NVH cancellation
  • Delivering system-level cost/performance/efficiency Benefits

Mark Cordner, Managing Director, Electric Motors, eDrive Engineering Services, UK

17.25

END OF THE LECTURE PROGRAM, DAY ONE

18.00

DEPARTURE TO THE CTI NETWORKING NIGHT

18.30

Networking Night
Paulaner Bräuhaus Shanghai @Expo, No. 555 Shi Bo Avenue, Shanghai

Drink, dine and be entertained – all participants, speakers, exhibitors and sponsors are invited to the annual CTI Networking Night. Discuss the topics of the day in a relaxed atmosphere and make new contacts at the CTI Networking Night – a great opportunity to get together again!

D: FUNCTION DEVELOPMENT, SIMULATION, TESTING, CALIBRATION
13.15

Energy-efficient cooperative adaptive cruise control with receding horizon of traffic, route topology & traffic light

  • Receding horizon of road topology, speed limit, traffic, & traffic light timing data.
  • Holistic approach covering both highway & city driving in the Connected Powertrain™.
  • Includes powertrain design characteristics & state e.g. efficiency, battery SoC.
  • A single Model Predictive Control formulation. Tested in real-time in vehicle.

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

13.45

Calibration variations – market depending driving strategies for CVT

  • CVT market share: outlook towards 2030 in Chinese and US market.
  • CVT driving strategy variations and market depending acceptance enablers.
  • Optimization of CVT‘s large spread in driving strategy approach.

Ralph Fleuren, Product Manager, FEV Europe GmbH, Germany

14.15

Virtual calibration of shift strategy

  • With virtual calibration to SOP
  • SOP calibration of shift strategy in the virtual world
  • Example of virtual shift strategy calibration

Björn Wultsch, Technical Expert Driving Strategy Calibration, AVL List GmbH, Austria

14.45

COFFEE BREAK IN THE CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO

15.30

Method for learning gear synchro start point of automated manual transmission

  • Definition and role of gear synchro start point
  • How to learn the gear synchro start point
  • Vehicle application effect of gear synchro start point adaptation

Seongjin Park, Senior research engineer of AT control, Hyundai Autron, Korea

16.00

Ricardo’s proposal for e-drive and transmission virtual product development

  • Duty cycle generation
  • Transmission Hardware virtual development
  • System NVH optimisation
  • System Thermal management optimisation
  • Drivability evaluation and virtual calibration

Dr Felipe Brandao, Vice President Software product Management, Ricardo, USA

16.30

Innovative systems approach to the design of gearbox, motor and power electronics

  • ‘Traditional’ systems approach and its limitations
  • Innovative systems approach deployed by Romax
  • Application to turnkey projects

Bingbing ZHANG, Deputy General Manager, Romax Technology, China

17.00

Fast localisation of EOL test systems through modularity and German engineering

  • Modular plant structure on a platform basis
  • Modular design of adaptations
  • Configuration of the standardized, modular test software

Lingxiang XU, CEO, teamtechnik Production Technology (Suzhou), China

17.25

END OF THE LECTURE PROGRAM, DAY ONE

18.00

DEPARTURE TO THE CTI NETWORKING NIGHT

18.30

Networking Night
Paulaner Bräuhaus Shanghai @Expo, No. 555 Shi Bo Avenue, Shanghai

18.30

CTI NETWORKING NIGHT
Paulaner Bräuhaus Shanghai @Expo
No. 555 Shi Bo Avenue, Shanghai

Drink, dine and be entertained – all participants, speakers, exhibitors and sponsors are invited to the annual CTI Networking Night. Discuss the topics of the day in a relaxed atmosphere and make new contacts at the CTI Networking Night – a great opportunity to get together again!

25 SEPTEMBER 2019

 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

Technical analysis of GAC’s G – MC electromechanical coupling system

  • GAC’s mass produced hybrid transmission and technical feature;
  • Upgrading and optimizing the first generation of hybrid transmission;
  • Introduce the development progress of the second generation hybrid system.

Dr Hongzhong QIDr Hongzhong QI
CTO
GAC R&D Center, China

gac

9.00

Development status of fuel cell in China & SAIC, introduction of SHPT, development discussion of fuel cell technology

  • Development status of fuel cell in China & SAIC
  • Introduction of SHPT
  • Development discussion of fuel cell technology

Dr Zhongjun HOUDr Zhongjun HOU
Deputy General Manager
Shanghai Hydrogen Propulsion Technology, China

SHPT

9.20

Trends for DHT and e-axle development driven by new energy regulation

Dr Hong JIANGDr Hong JIANG
Managing Director China
AVL List, China

avl

9.40

Development of the energy carrier and fluid for electric drive

  • BP Energy Outlook
  • Driveline eFluids
  • Battery di-electrical coolants

David HallDr David Hall
Vice President, OEM Technology
BP/Castrol, UK

10.00

Q&A

10.20

COFFEE BREAK IN THE CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO

PARRALLEL SESSIONS

11.00 – 17.10
E: EV DRIVE SYSTEMS
11.00

GEELY electric drive system technology status and programme

  • New energy vehicle requirements on Electric Drive System
  • GEELY Electric Drive System technology situation and programme
  • GEELY Electric Drive standard system

Ou RUAN, Vice Director in eDrive system, Geely Automobile Research Institute, China

11.30

Innovative and integrated multi-speed Electrical Drive Unit development

  • Development process and solutions for high power dense and torque dense EDU
  • 3-in-1 System integration and optimization with a special focus on NVH, EMC, efficiency and thermal management
  • Multi-speed powershift development

Julien Maynard, VP eDrive and transmissions, Ricardo, China

12.00

Deployment of an electric drive unit transmission test catalog

  • multispeed EDU (Electric Drive Unit)
  • appropriate testing methodologies
  • estimate the life-time of an EDU transmission

Andreas Kuesters, Department Manager, FEV Europe GmbH, Germany

12.30

LUNCH BREAK IN THE CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO

13.30 SOLUTION FORUM

An efficient solution for hydraulic system of the electric vehicles: E05 gear pump

  • High mechanical and volumetric efficiency
  • Low noise level
  • Compact design
  • Reliable

Tiziano Denis Gatti, Product Engineer Designer, Marzocchi Pomper S.p.A., Italy

14.00

An In-wheel motor System in comparison to electric axles

  • Specification and validation of an in-wheel motor system for mass automotive application
  • Benefits and opportunities of using in-wheel motors as electric drive
  • Bench-marking against electric axles

Fuquan HUANG, China Engineering Director, Protean Electric, China

14.30

The distributed direct-drive powertrain: a modular platform for the new era of mobility

  • In-wheel direct-drive powertrain topology
  • In-wheel platform benefits, drawbacks and economics
  • Innovative powertrain for designers of tomorrow’s vehicles
  • Shift of powertrain towards user-centered design

Blaz Stefe, General Manager, China Operation, Elaphe Propulsion Technologies Ltd.

15.00

COFFEE BREAK IN THE CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO

15.45

Secondary BEV EDU gear ratio selection for efficiency

  • Gear ratio optimization and analysis in a dual – P4 AWD vehicle.
  • Optimal efficiency to regional cycles to optimize regeneration, performance and efficiency of both electric drive units through special selection of gear ratios and reduction of churning losses.
  • Matlab/Simulink vehicle drive cycle efficiency simulation analysis and comparison

Frank MAO, Lead Engineer eDrive Applicaiton, AAM, USA

16.15

48V e-drive applications and benefits

  • Market & regulation reminder
  • P4 mHEV applications & benefits
  • BEV applications & benefits
  • Valeo E-drive solution

Julien Sabrie, R&D Director of Powertrain Asia, Valeo, China

16.45

Facing the market challenge –solutions for new energy drivetrain product development

  • Background introduction:The automotive industry (especially in China) is facing multiple challenges on market environment and all levels of the supply chain.
  • Automotive issues:decreased time to market of powertrain products, trade-off between reducing package / weight / costs and increased requirements for functionality / performance / economy.
  • Solutions for new energy drivetrain product development
  • Specific solutions and technologies for verification of new energy drivetrain systems

Joachim Trumpff, Director Engineering & Testing, GETEC Vehicle Technology (Suzhou) Co., Ltd, China

17.10

CHANGE TO PLENARY HALL

Summary of the Symposium
Prof. Dr Ferit Küçükay

F: HYBRID AND ELECTRIC DRIVE COMPONENTS
11.00

Hybridization requires new clutch systems

  • Low torque DCT is required
  • Triple clutch is a good hybridization proposal
  • It’s feasible for MT hybridization with E-clutch

Xiangbin CHEN, VP BU Clutch Systems & Damper Systems, Schaeffler Trading (Shanghai) Co., Ltd., China

11.30

Dry multi-plate clutch – a new opportunity to realize a highly integrated active torque control device for conventional and especially electrified drivetrains

  • Requirement trends for active torque control devices
  • Report about dedicated PCC dry friction technology
  • Back-to-back analysis of traditional wet and new dry multi-plate systems
  • Real world vehicle experience

Falk Nickel, Head of R&D, Miba Frictec, Austria

12.00

Twin AWD a new approach on standard AWD hang on Systems

  • Improvement of vehicle mobility and lateral dynamics
  • Engineering approach and cross-function development disciplines for a robust twin AWD system development
  • Modular design concept of twin AWD system

Xia ZHANG, Engineering Manager of Vehicle Integration, Shanghai GKN Huayu Driveline System, China

12.30

LUNCH BREAK IN THE CTI SYMOISUM EXPO

13.30 SOLUTION FORUM

Gear performance beyond current standards

  • Very high cycle fatigue performance for e-drives
  • Tooth root bending fatigue and gear material performance
  • Steels for increased power density and decreased distortion

Elias Lothman, Application Engineer, OVAKO AB, Sweden

14.00

Competitiveness of electric powertrain business in Mobis

  • Environmental factors for electrification
  • Mobis e-Mobility solutions
  • Mid & long-term road map
  • Mobis innovative solutions for the future of mobility

Dr Byung-Ki Ahn, Senior Vice President, Electric Powertrain, Hyundai Mobis, Korea

14.30

Industrialisation of solid state LIBs (Lithium-ion Batteries)

  • Key material
  • Mass production
  • Production application and development

Dr Zheng LI, General Manager, Qingtao (Kunshan) Energy Development Co., Ltd, China

15.00

COFFEE BREAK IN THE CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO

15.45

Compact pushbelt variator module to improve energy economy in electrified powertrains

  • Considering CVT for electric vehicles
  • Downsize potential with CVT
  • A look at specific driving conditions
  • Key elements of a CVT based EV

Zhijian CAI, Engineering Director, Bosch Trading (Shanghai), China

16.15

Developing a low-NVH Orbitless EV primary reduction drive

  • Software design and simulation
  • Physical prototype
  • Practical measurements

Robert Eisses, CEO, Orbitless Drives Inc., Canada

16.45

48 volt high Power – lowest CO2 and emissions and enriched driving performance

  • The article aims to present the system approach of exhaust aftertreatment system in particular for 48V hybrid systems, as well as a 48V 30kW machine solution suitable from various Px hybrids up to a plug-in system. Results will be presented.

Haibo WANG, Director Powertrain Technology & Innovation, CPT Holding China

17.10

CHANGE TO PLENARY HALL

Summary of the Symposium
Prof. Dr Ferit Küçükay

G: DRIVE SYSTEM MARKET, REQUIREMENTS, INFRASTRUCTURE
11.00

Transmission revolution: China passenger vehicle

  • China Transmission market overview
  • China Government fuel consumption regulations
  • Transmission in Hybrid/EV era
  • Competition and cooperation

Wenjuan ZHANG, Analyst, IHS Markit, China

11.30

Benchmark of modern electrification concepts – which electric vehicles fascinate customers with their technologies?

  • Overview of electric vehicles on sale in 2019
  • Identification of mass market compact EVs for comparison
  • Analysis of selected EVs electric powertrain setup
  • Selection of best implementation for electric powertrain

Sophia Scheitenberger, Senior Consultant, P3 Technical and Management Consulting (Shanghai), China

12.00

Supply chain implications of increasingly integrated EV drivelines

  • Electric motor & power electronics market development
  • Thermal system technology evolution
  • Supply chain implications and opportunities

Graham Evans, Associate Director, IHS Markit, UK

12.30

LUNCH BREAK IN THE CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO

14.00

Grab the historical chance of third auto industry revolution – create Chinese leading intelligent vehicle eco-system

  • The first and second auto industry revolution
  • Where the third auto industry revolution will happen
  • How to look at this chinese internet auto manufacturing start-ups
  • Facing the third auto industry revolution, what we should do?

Feng TIAN, General Manager, UnlimitedAI, ZTE, China

14.30

The ideal future hybrid powertrain
Yannick Jokmin,
Development Engineer, hofer R&D, Germany

15.00

COFFEE BREAK IN THE CTI SYMPODSIUM EXPO

15.45

Infrastructure for new energy vehicles in Yangtze river delta area
Huiping LIU,
Director, Green Traffic Professional Committee, Shanghai Traffic Engineering Association, China

16.15

Fuel cell electric vehicle development and practice in Shanghai Region
Nan LUO, Research Assistant, Sahnghai Academy of Development and Reform, China

16.45

Costly decisions – creating product strategies robust to market instability and cost volatility

  • Development of robust product electrification strategies
  • Evaluation of trade-offs in performance, range and cost
  • Anticipating and mitigating for cost volatility
  • Impact of cost trajectories of emerging technology

Lee Sykes, Commercial Director, Drive System Design, UK

17.10

CHANGE TO PLENARY HALL

Summary

H: CONTROL UNITS IN DRIVE SYSTEM, OPERATING STRATEGY, ACTUATORS, SENSORS
11.00

Driveline safety concepts today and for future driveline architectures

  • Today´s Safety Concept for Transmission Control Units.
  • Challanges related to new and future application areas:
  • Domain controller vehicle architecture; EV/Hybrid; Autonomous driving

Yujue WANG, Continental, China

11.30

Driving the electrification journey

  • Powertrain electrification overview
  • Electric drive system development roadmap
  • Power electronics technology roadmap
  • Electric propulsion power application trends

Jacky GU, Chief Engineer, Powertrain Electrification & Electronics, Delphi Technologies, China

12.00

Hydraulic control module trends and technology for automotive hybrid transmissions

  • Hydraulic system efficiency trends
  • Hydraulic Control Module (HCM) trends in support of higher efficiency
  • HCM technology enablers

Steven Roskowski, Technical Specialist, BorgWarner, USA

12.30

LUNCH BREAK IN THE CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO

14.00

Research of electric vehicle driving range based on optimal speed trajectory control

  • Optimal speed trajectory control theory
  • Connected energy management system based on optimal speed trajectory control
  • Estimation methods for driving range of electric vehicle

Bo BAO, Project Manager, CPT Holding China Co., Ltd., China

14.30

All-wheel-drive battery electric vehicle dual e-motor control method providing optimal efficiency

  • Mixed PM and IM motor application analysis in a P4 AWD SUV
  • Optimal efficiency method for mixed motor AWD BEV
  • Matlab/Simulink vehicle drive cycle efficiency simulation analysis and comparison

Zilai ZHAO, Director Product Management Electrification, AAM, USA

15.00

COFFEE BREAK IN THE CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO

15.45

Actuators for automated driving and park-by-wire solutions

  • – Design “DNA” in actautors to fit with demands from future
  • Modularization is the soul
  • High integration is the trend
  • More flexibility is the plus

Zhengyan JI, Actuators Engineering Manager, Schaeffler Trading (Shanghai) Co., Ltd, China

16.15

Park by wire system for current electric drive units

  • Functional safety and diagnostic concepts
  • Mechanical park lock concept
  • Park by wire concept

Dr Jan Nowack, Department Manager, FEV Europe, Germany

16.45

Innovative inductive rotor position sensor
An innovative e-motor position sensor with very high accuracy, high robustness to emotor magnetic field interference and with easy integration on both in line and offline motor. This product is a substitute to old resolver technology.
Zhichao LV, Marketing representative, EFI Automotive, China

17.10

CHANGE TO PLENARY HALL

17.15

Summary of the Symposium
Prof. Dr Ferit Küçükay