Automotive mobility is facing a fundamental shift. In the long term, combustion engines will step down and electric drives will succeed them incrementally. Yet while the goal seems clear, progress so far has been slow. Can 48V Hybrid speed things up?Continue reading
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CTI SYMPOSIA – keeping pace with progress
The automotive industry is developing fast – and so are our CTI SYMPOSIA. What began nearly 20 years ago as a specialist get-together for the transmission industry has now grown to become a leading Drivetrain Engineering congress and exhibition platform.Continue reading
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CTI Mag: HOERBIGER SlimLINE creates Space for Hybrid Drives
Worldwide demand for advanced hybrid technologies for vehicles is growingunabated. These technologies offer a combination of high range, low fuel consumption, and minimal emissions. At the same time, modern combustion engine-based drivetrains leave little room for the integration of additional necessary components. The innovative design of the HOERBIGER SlimLINE synchronizer saves installation space as well as weight and opens up valuable design freedom for hybrid vehicles. Transmission manufacturers can utilize the extra space for an additional electric motor, for example.
Dipl. Ing. Ottmar Back, Head of Product Line Synchronizers, HOERBIGER Antriebstechnik Holding GmbH