Programme 2018

INTRODUCTORY DAYSYMPOSIUM, DAY ONESYMPOSIUM, DAY TWOCTI TEST DRIVE

3 DECEMBER 2018

BASICS AND PRACTICE OF HYBRID AND ELECTRIC DRIVES, AUTOMOTIVE TRANSMISSIONS

OBJECTIVE
Newcomers and career changers will get an overview of the basics of conventional, hybrid and alternative drives during the Introductory Day. Based on road resistance as well as electric motor and combustion engine maps, the role of starting devices, transmissions and other drive train elements will be defined. Furthermore, the power flow of different drive concepts (conventional; parallel, serial and power-split hybrid; electric) will be explained and the corresponding development objectives presented.

Different transmission concepts, namely manual transmissions, automated manual transmissions, dual-clutch transmissions, automatic transmissions and continuously variable transmissions, will for example be illustrated in the session “Conventional, Hybrid and Electric Drivetrains, Transmissions “. The topic of drivetrain management completes this session. The parallel seminar series “Electric Components of Drivetrains“ will deal with the basic requirements and characteristics of electric motors, power electronics and vehicle batteries.

Following the presentations, the topics of the respectively parallel sessions will be presented as summary.

9.00

Reception and hand out of the conference documents

9.45

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

10.00

Automotive Drive Concepts

  • Traction force map demand of the vehicle and its coverage with Electric Motor(EM), Internal Combustion Engine(ICE) and transmission
  • Energy consumption considering the driving resistance, drive losses and auxiliaries for different vehicle and propulsion system concepts
  • Propulsion systems and transmissions for ICV, HEV/PHEV, BEV, and FCEV
  • Market and development trends

Prof. Dr Ferit Küçükay

11.30

Lunch – afterwards sectioning into parallel sessions

SESSION: Drivetrain: Concepts, Components, Management

12.30

Design Layouts I

  • Launch Devices – friction clutches, vibration damping, torque converter
  • Transmission Concepts (1):
    • Manual Transmission (MT): two and multiple-shaft, transmission for front-wheel and standard drive
    • Automated Manual Transmission (AMT): “add on“ and integrated solutions
    • Double Clutch Transmission (DCT): DCT in serial application, comparison dry and wet double clutch

Florian Schober, Research Associate, Institute of Automotive Engineering, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany

1.45

Coffee break

2.15

Design Layouts II

  • Transmission Concepts (2):
    • Automatic Transmission (AT): different gear set arrangements, examples of application
    • Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT): layout, chains and belts, drivability
    • Dedicated Hybrid Transmissions (DHT): layout, modes, examples
  • Transmission Efficiency
  • All-wheel Drives

Carl-Philipp Seekamp, Research Associate, Institute of Automotive Engineering, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany

3.30

Coffee break

4.00

Drive Train Management

  • Drive Train Management and Operating Strategy
    • Mechatronics of automated transmissions: TCU and Software, Sensors, Interfaces, actuation systems and mechanics
    • Transmission calibration: launch quality, shift strategy and shift quality

Dr Gunther Alvermann, Senior Research Associate, Institute of Automotive Engineering, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany

5.15

Short break

5.30

Summary of the parallel session: Basics of hybrid and electric drives

6.00

End of the Introductory Day

SESSION: Electric Components: Batteries, Electric Motors, Power Electronics

12.30

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

Prof. Dr Julia Kowal, Chair of Electrical Energy Storage Technology, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany

1.45

Coffee break

2.15

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

Prof. Dr Bernd Ponick, Director of the Institute, Electrical Machines and Drive Systems Department, Institute for Drive Systems and Power Electronics, Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany

3.30

Coffee break

4.00

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

Prof. Dr Axel Mertens, Director of the Institute, Power Electronics and Drive Control Department, Institute for Drive Systems and Power Electronics, Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany

5.15

Short break

5.30

Summary of the parallel session: Basics of conventional drive trains

6.00

End of the Introductory Day

4 DECEMBER 2018

7.45

Reception and hand out of the conference documents, opening of the CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO

8.30

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

8.50

Zero emissions – paths to an emission-free future

  • Drivetrain concepts for a sustainable mobility
  • Emission potentials of combustion engines
  • Electrified drivetrain platform

Dr Nicolai ArdeyDr Nikolai Ardey
Head of Powertrain Development
Audi AG, Germany

9.10

Drivetrain concepts from an association’s point of view

  • Political objectives and the consequences for legal constraints
  • CO2 targets and drive system concepts
  • Implementation in Germany, Europe and Asia
  • Ways to meet the objectives

Dr Joachim DamaskyDr Joachim Damasky
Managing Director
VDA, Germany

9.30

Development status and trend of NEV in China

Prof. Dr Tong ZhangProf. Dr Tong Zhang
Director, National Fuel
Cell Vehicle and Powertrain System, Engineering Center, Clean Energy Automotive Engineering Center
Tongji University, China

9.50

Q&A

10.10

Short break

10.45

PANEL DISCUSSION

Which energy source will power tomorrow’s mobility?
What are its implications for the drivetrain?

Moderator: Ulrich Walter, Moderator

Panellists:
Prof. Dr Michael Bargende,
Director, Institute of Internal Combustion Engines and Automotive Engineering, Universität Stuttgart
Bart Biebuyck, Executive Director, Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking
Dr Joachim Damasky, Managing Director, VDA
Dr Gary Horvat, Chief Technology Officer, Proterra
Dr Wolfgang Warnecke, Chief Scientist Mobility, Shell

11.45

Coffee break and visit to the CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO
Change to parallel sessions

12.30

PARALLEL SESSIONS

A: TRANSMISSIONS, DRIVETRAINS FOR ICE AND HEV
12.30

The drivetrain for the new Mercedes-Benz compact cars

  • Drivetrain of Mercedes-Benz A- class
  • New manual transmission
  • New family of automatic transmission
  • All wheel concept

Dr Christoph Dörr, Senior Manager, Development Automatic Transmissions, Daimler AG, Germany

1.00

The next DCT-transmission generation for the Mercedes-Benz compact car family

  • The wheelset concept
  • Dry sump
  • Modular actuator technology
  • Implementation lightweight design

Alexander Harsch, Project Manager F-DCT, Development Automatic Transmission FWD, Daimler AG, Germany

1.30

LUNCH AND VISIT TO THE CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO

3.00

7DCT/HDT400 – new fuel-efficient FWD DCT and hybrid transmission for up to 400 Nm

  • Smart power-on-demand actuation
  • Highly efficient gearset
  • Scalable hybrid-approach

Lothar Herdle, Director Application Engineering 7DCT302, Magna Powertrain, Transmission Systems, Germany

3.30

How does the ultimate hybridised powertrain configuration look like?

  • Identification of ideal hybridised powertrain configurations
  • Simulation of dedicated hybrid transmissions
  • Potentials of different powertrain configurations

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

4.00

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

Prof. Dr Xiangyang Xu, Executive Deputy Director, School of Transportation Science and Engineering, Beihang University, China

4.30

COFFEE BREAK AND VISIT TO THE CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO, CHANGE TO PLENUM

B: TRANSMISSIONS, E-AXLES FOR EV
12.30

1, 2 or 3 – how much it would be?
Evaluating the need of multispeed electric drives from different perspectives

  • Holistic investigation of electric drive trains with multispeed transmission
  • Investigation of comfort, NVH, efficiency with respect to the number of gears and their spread

Jens Liebold, Technical Consultant, System Development E-traction, IAV GmbH, Germany

1.00

Ultra-compact high speed electric axle with torque vectoring using next generation technology

  • EDU in dual configuration consisting of
    – High speed motor
    – High speed transmission
    – Integrated SiC inverter

Mathias Deiml, Department Manager, E-Drive System, AVL Software and Functions, Germany

1.30

LUNCH AND VISIT TO THE CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO

3.00

Transmission family for battery and P4-hybrid electric vehicles – challenges and solutions

  • Transmissions dedicated for electric drive
  • Single speed and two speed derivatives
  • Market trends and individual concepts lessons-learned
  • Simulations showing pros and cons of different derivatives

Thomas Hamm, Global Chief Engineer Design & Senior Program Manager, Transmission Systems, FEV Europe GmbH, Germany

3.30

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

Mario Kaiser, Head of Mechanical Engineering, SaLa drive GmbH, Austria

4.00

Development of 2-speed dedicated electric transmission (2DET) for electric passengers’ vehicles

  • Abstract
  • Design scheme
  • Prototype and testing
  • Conclusion

Xiaoxiao Wu, Doctoral Candidate, School of Transportation Science and Engineering, Beihang University, China

4.30

COFFEE BREAK AND VISIT TO THE CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO, CHANGE TO PLENUM

C: TESTING, TOOLS AND SIMULATION
12.30

Ultra-high accuracy technology for measuring transient transmission efficiency

  • Reproduction of vehicle operating points with low-inertia high-performance dynamo
  • Establishment of high-precision measurement methodology of transient efficiency
  • Establishment of analysis methodology of transient efficiency

Shintaro Ohshio, Engineer, Powertrain Advanced Engineering Department, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd, Japan

1.00

Developing virtual real simulator test bench validating TM drivability performance using virtual engineering

  • Established test bench enabling drivability evaluation
  • Reproduce engine torque and vehicle behavior
  • Build automatic operation and evaluation systems

Hiroki Kumashiro, Assistant Manager, Experiment Department, Jatco Ltd, Japan

1.30

LUNCH AND VISIT TO THE CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO

3.00

E-axle validation – new high-speed test-bed with online damage evaluation

  • Parallel validation for e-Motor and transmission
  • High intependency of maturdy level
  • Layshaft and hallow shaft design on same rig Setup
  • Wide range of operation: traction motor torque up to 500Nm and speed up to 35000rpm, output torque (wheel) up to 4200Nm

Andreas Volk, Manager Simulation and Testing, AVL List GmbH, Austria

3.30

A method to estimate transmission durability requirement through on vehicle measurement

  • Worldwide durability target settings
  • Subsystem durability target deployment
  • Hybrid and electric vehicle new load cases and validation process
  • Road to rig process

Gianluca Camboni, Manual Transmission and AWD Testing Manager, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), Italy

4.00

Anthropometric analysis in automotive manual transmission gearshift quality perception

  • Gearshift quality perception for automotive manual transmissions
  • Deep anthropometric analysis for manual gearshift quality
  • Applied human factors & ergonomics in manual transmission design

Dr Edson Luciano Duque, Global Chief Engineer – F1X Family, Global Propulsion Systems, General Motors, Brazil

4.30

COFFEE BREAK AND VISIT TO THE CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO, CHANGE TO PLENUM

D: MARKET, REGULATIONS AND CO2
12.30

100 experts, 1 opinion: predicting future electric vehicle and powertrain component sales

  • Short, medium and long-term future sales of electrified vehicles, engines and gearboxes
  • A meta-analysis of electrified vehicle forecasts
  • A holistic assessment of the future electrified vehicle market

Dr Malte Jaensch, Head of Electric Drivetrain, Porsche Engineering, Germany

1.00

Ecologically effective transformation from fossil to CO2-neutral powertrains of individual mobility

  • Ecological assessment of novel powertrain concepts
  • Effect of the electrification on the grid
  • Coupling of the mobility and the energy sector
  • Transformation process towards a CO2-neutral mobility

Prof. Dr Stephan Rinderknecht, Head of the Institute for Mechatronic Systems in Mechanical Engineering, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany

1.30

LUNCH AND VISIT TO THE CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO

3.00

Comparative carbon footprint of gasoline and plug-in electric vehicles in the United States

  • Life cycle CO2 emission assessment of different powertrains
  • Effects of regional differences on life cycle CO2 emissions
  • Effects of marginal grid mix on electric vehicle benefits

Dr Tugce Yuksel, Member of the Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences, Sabanci University, Turkey

3.30

Real-world emissions test results across passenger car (including in-cabin), commercial vehicle & off highway applications

James Hopday, Business Development Director, Emissions Analytics, UK

4.00

From vehicle manufacturer to mobility service provider – business challenges for OEMs and suppliers

  • Change management
  • Double hand strategy
  • Value management
  • Strategy fit

Prof. Wilfried Funk, Professor of Business Management, Albstadt-Sigmaringen University, Germany

4.30

COFFEE BREAK AND VISIT TO THE CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO, CHANGE TO PLENUM

E: EM, POWER ELECTRONICS, COMPONENTS
12.30

A 25 kW 48 V mild hybrid motor and inverter

  • Specifying the system
  • Achieving the motor requirement
  • Achieving the inverter requirement

Dr Lawrence Alger, Chief Engineer, Ricardo UK Ltd, UK

1.00

Game-changing lightweight e-motor design enables unrivalled in-wheel drives

  • New electrical motor design for ultra-low weight
  • Top margins for power-to-weight and torque-to-weight ratio
  • Overview, features and test stand results of latest prototypes
  • Top solution for wheel integrated drives and other low weight mobile applications

Prof. Dr Roland Kasper, Managing Director, Institute of Mobile Systems, Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magedeburg, Germany

1.30

LUNCH AND VISIT TO THE CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO

2.30

Efficient and 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 and reduce complexity
  • Opportunity for system efficiency improvement with new CMDs

Carl Beiser, Technical Business Manager, Means Industries, USA

3.00

Variable flux technology can open the door of e-motor performance design

  • New e-motor concept using magnet and additional winding
  • Super wide coverage motor can solve complexity of vehicle
  • Application proposal from ISG to e-shifting motor for BEV

Taichi Kitamura, Supervisor-Engineering, Exedy Corporation, Japan

3.30

Key technologies in power electronics for xEV

  • xEV powertrain electrification
  • SiC enabling market evolution for greener driving
  • SiC devices providing significant advantages

Ahad Ahmed Buksh, Technical Marketing Engineer, Automotive, STMicroelectronics, Germany

4.00

New semiconductors for battery disconnection switches – relays will be disused

  • Relays vs semiconductors-the benefits of a change
  • Why make only latest technologies a sense?
  • Experiences with working demonstrators

Werner Rößler, Automotive System Engineering, Infineon Technologies AG, Germany

4.30

COFFEE BREAK AND VISIT TO THE CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO, CHANGE TO PLENUM

F: AWD, EAWD
12.30

New all-wheel drive systems in SUV drivetrains of Mercedes-Benz

  • Development of new SUV torque on demand transfer case generation out of OEM perspective
  • Highly efficient and modular drivetrain
  • Drivetrain Integration
  • Efficiency and operation strategy
  • Design of transfer case

Ralf Koesling, Manager All Wheel Drive Systems SUV-/Compact Cars, Daimler AG, Germany

1.00

Considerations for torque vectoring in a twin clutch AWD system

  • Torque vectoring for improved performance
  • Overspeed ratio selection in twin clutch AWD
  • Clutch durability with overspeed

Mitch Holland, Engineering Manager, Advanced Driveline, McLaren Engineering, USA

1.30

LUNCH AND VISIT TO THE CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO

3.00

GKN’s ActiveConnect AWD system as an energy-efficient solution for electrified vehicles

  • Transfer of the ActiveConnect-AWD to electric vehicles
  • Reduction of losses through demand-controlled AWD
  • Cost reduction due to conventional drivetrain solution
  • Improved vehicle dynamics due to Twinster technology

Christoph Schmahl, Test Coordinator, AWD-Systems, GKN Driveline GmbH, Germany

3.30

H-RAM: hybrid rear axle module – an innovative hybrid differential for P3 and P4 applications

  • Overview of H-RAM concept
  • Benefits of highly integrated design
  • Performance advantages and control of P3 H-RAM
  • Modularity advantages for P3 and P4 applications

Sergio De Santis, Project Engineer, Development, Drive Systems, Oerlikon Graziano S.p.A., Italy

4.00

Which BEV powertrain? Cost and efficiency analysis of different P4 powertrain technologies

  • Real-world drive-cycle analysis of costs and efficiencies
  • Direct and 2-speed transmissions with induction and PM Motors
  • Vehicle model includes compound effect of mass reduction
  • Reveals best powertrain for different vehicle specifications

Dr Tim Woolmer, CTO, YASA Limited, UK

4.30

COFFEE BREAK AND VISIT TO THE CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO, CHANGE TO PLENUM

G: AUTOMATED DRIVING, CONNECTIVITY, SAFETY, AI
12.30

Electric drivetrain architecture optimisation based on representative cycles for autonomous vehicles

  • Drivetrain optimisation for autonomous vehicles
  • Duty cycle development for autonomous vehicles
  • Drivetrain concept proposals for autonomous vehicles

Dr Thomas Holdstock, Control Engineer, Electrified Powertrain, Drive System Design, UK

1.00

Potential in customer-specific transmission development through the usage of neural networks

  • Objectification of the comfort during the shifting process
  • Neural networks for the evaluation of human perception
  • Training of neural networks for customer representation

Kai Wolter, Scientific Assistant, IPEK – Institute of Product Engineering, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT), Germany

1.30

LUNCH AND VISIT TO THE CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO

2.30

A new electric driveline design by artificial intelligence

  • DessIA propose a new electric powertrain design by AI
  • This driveline is 15% more efficient than current solution
  • Billions of solutions were analysed to obtain the best one

Dr Pierre-Emmanuel Dumouchel, Technical Director, DessIA, France

3.00

Critical safety issues for EV, FCV and useful testing machines to solve them

  • Critical issues for EV, FCV to assure safety of vehicle driving
  • How those issues influence on the safety of EV, FCV driving
  • Useful testing machines for developing solution of those issues

Takashi Shibayama, Fellow, Shin Nippon Tokki Co., Ltd, Japan

3.30

TCU safety concepts today and for future driveline architectures

  • Domain controller vehicle architecture
  • EV/ hybrid
  • Autonomous driving

Filippo Vitiello, Functional Safety Manager, Conti Temic microelectronic GmbH, Germany

4.00

Leveraging connectivity and automation to improve propulsion system energy sufficiency

  • Rule based vs connected and automation propulsion system control
  • Developing an in-situ vehicle road load learning algorithm
  • Simplified propulsion system energy consumption forecasting
  • Propulsion system energy utilisation reduction in RDE

Dr Darrell Robinette, Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering-Engineer Mechanics, Michigan Technological University, USA

4.30

COFFEE BREAK AND VISIT TO THE CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO, CHANGE TO PLENUM

H: BATTERIES
12.30

Technologies, costs and performance improvements of next battery generations
Prof. Dr Arno Kwade,
Director, Institute for Particle Technology, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany

1.00

Battery roadmap for electric mobility 2030 +
Dr Axel Thielmann,
Deputy Head of the Competence Center, Emerging Technologies, Faunhofer IST, Germany

1.30

LUNCH AND VISIT TO THE CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO

3.00

Aging behavior in automotive application of lithium-ion battery cells

  • Aging phenomena in Li-Ion battery cells
  • Description of important parameters for aging of Li-Ion battery cells
  • Holistic approach for prediction of life time of Li-Ion battery cells

Dr Ulrich Mähr, Teamleader Simulation Li-Ion Battery, Volkswagen AG, Germany

3.30

Duesenfeld – eco-friendly lithium-ion battery recycling
Christian Hanisch,
CEO, Duesenfeld GmbH, Germany

4.00

The 2nd wave – this time with standing power

  • New Materials
  • New applications
  • New outlook

Michael Liedtke, Senior Vice President Business Development, Skeleton Technologies, Germany

4.30

COFFEE BREAK AND VISIT TO THE CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO, CHANGE TO PLENUM

4.30

Coffee break and visit to the CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO
Change to plenum

5.10

Powertrain of the future means scalable functions with a modular platform in a changing industry

  • Staying ahead in a changing industry
  • Highly integrated mechanical and electric components
  • Drivability optimisation
  • Scalability optimisation and reduction of variants
  • Reduced complexity for ICE and transmission

Dr Anton MayerDr Anton Mayer
Sr. VP Engineering Magna Powertrain VP Corporate Engineering and R&D Magna International, Austria

5.30

Automotive industry at the tipping point of disruption

  • Digitalization drives the next generation of mobility at ZF
  • All newly developed ZF products by 2025 will be able to communicate with their digital environment
  • Open innovation through partnerships drives speed to market
  • ZF’s IoT platform enables new revenue growth and productivity

Mamatha ChamarthiMamatha Chamarthi
Chief Digital Officer
ZF Friedrichshafen AG, Germany

5.50

Q & A

6.00

End of the lecture programme, day one

7.30

START OF THE CTI NETWORKING NIGHT

CTI NETWORKING NIGHT

4 DECEMBER 2018

DRINK, DINE AND BE ENTERTAINED – ALL PARTICIPANTS, SPEAKERS, EXHIBITORS AND SPONSORS ARE INVITED TO THE ANNUAL CTI NETWORKING NIGHT

An evening full of highlights, culinary surprises, in a top-class Location with an exciting social programme. Perfect to intensify your contacts to fellow specialists in a relaxed atmosphere.

EVENING SPEECH
Risks of the German “energy transition”
by Prof. Dr Konrad Kleinknecht

Discuss the topics of the day and make new contacts at the CTI NETWORKING NIGHT – a great opportunity to get together again.

networking_night

5 DECEMBER 2018

8.00

Reception and opening of the CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO

8.30

Welcome address

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

8.40

Valeo, at the heart of the revolution in vehicle electrification
Thierry Kalanquin, Vice President, Valeo Transmission Systems

9.00

Jaguar electrifies – the xEV-powertrain strategy of Jaguar Land Rover

  • Requirements of future xEV powertrains
  • Concepts for driveability, modularity and efficiency
  • I-Pace the first full electric Jaguar

Stefan FuchssStefan Fuchss
Chief Engineer Electric Drive Units
Jaguar Land Rover, UK

9.20

Is this mass transportation’s renaissance?
The technology behind electric transit

  • Why buses will be the first application to completely displace diesel and go 100% electric
  • The technology behind Proterra’s DuoPower drivetrain that enabled Proterra to break the world record for most miles traveled by any electric vehicle
  • Why a purpose-driven, modular design is integral to maintaining the highest levels of efficiency

Dr Gary HorvatDr Gary Horvat
Chief Technology Officer
Proterra, USA

9.40

Q & A

9.55

10TH CTI YOUNG DRIVE EXPERTS AWARD

Presentation of the finalists

The authors of the best Bachelor, Master or PhD thesis submitted in the field of transmission and drive technology selected by the expert committee will be introduced.

The finalists will present a short version of their theses live on stage, the winner will be identifi ed by audience vote.
Further information about the CTI YOUNG DRIVE EXPERTS AWARD:

www.cti-award.com

10.15

Coffee break and visit to the CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO
Change to parallel sessions

11.00

PARALLEL SESSIONS

I: TRANSMISSIONS, DRIVETRAINS FOR ICE AND HEV
11.00

Great Wall Motor new energy transmission research and blueprint
Gerhard Henning, Chief Technology Officer, Great Wall Motor Transmission Research Institute, China

11.30

Innovative subsystems for transmissions of the future

  • Requirements to more diverse TM landscape
  • Application specific optimisation of torsional dampers & real power on demand actuation
  • P2 hybrid modules & ultra-short synchroniser systems
  • DHT based on CVT & on DCT technology

Dr Hartmut Faust, Senior Vice President R&D TM Systems, LuK GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

12.00

Hybrid P2 offline module: genericity enabler

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

Norberto Termenon, R&D Director, Electrified Transmissions, Valeo, France

12.30

LUNCH AND VISIT TO THE CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO

2.00

P2 hybridisation – tailored solutions

  • Requirements and interfaces for the entire hybrid module
  • Layout of all subsystems
  • Examples of tailored integration in very tough packaging environment

Martin Dilzer, Director System Development, Schaeffler, Germany

2.30

Development of a new hybrid transaxle for 2.0 l class vehicles

  • Concept of new transaxle for hybrid vehicle
  • Design techniques for lower loss and higher quietness
  • Experimental analysis to ensure durability

Nobuhito Mori, Assistant Manager, Toyota Motor Corporation, Japan

3.00

Electrified transmission systems: decontenting transmission through functional integration

  • Model-based transmission systems analysis and synthesis
  • EE HW/SW architecture for HEV/EV application
  • Synthesis of actuation mechanisms

Oscar Sarmiento, Global Head of Advanced Development, Continental, Germany

3.30

COFFEE BREAK AND VISIT TO THE
CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO, CHANGE TO PLENUM

J: DRIVETRAINS FOR EV, HEV AND FCEV
11.00

Propelling I-Pace – the all-wheel drivetrain for Jaguar’s first electric performance SUV

  • I-Pace: the vision, architecture and requirements
  • Electric drive unit configuration and functionality
  • Development methodology
  • Integration for performance, efficiency and refinement

Russell Osborn, Technical Specialist – Gear & Rotating Parts, E-Driveline, Jaguar Land Rover Ltd, UK

11.30

Toyota fuel cell electric vehicle: achievements and challenges

  • Fuel cell vehicle major components / specifications
  • Technical innovations to achieve cost keeping lifetime
  • Process engineering and optimisation for productivity
  • Passenger and commercial vehicles to establish H2 economy/society

Dr Isotta Cerri, General Manager, Advanced Material Research, Toyota Motor Europe, Belgium

12.00

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

  • Full system competence approach
  • 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, Transmission Systems, Germany

12.30

LUNCH AND VISIT TO THE CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO

1.30

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

Dr Gereon Hellenbroich, Department, Manager, Transmission Design and CAE, FEV Europe GmbH, Germany

2.00

Electric drive units for low speed electric vehicles

  • Special vehicle applications
  • Design optimisation of low voltage e-drive unit
  • Optimisation process
  • Conclusion and next steps

Jérôme Mortal, Special Vehicle Application Director, Valeo, France

2.30

Design of a hyper-high-speed powertrain for EV to achieve maximum ranges

  • Hyper-high-speed powertrain for EV
  • Highly integrated powertrain
  • High-speed planetary gearboxes
  • Efficiency optimisation

Marco Mileti, Project Manager Speed4E, Technische Universität München, Germany

3.00

High-speed-drives: do’s and dont’s

  • Different drivetrain topologies
  • Interface issues and components manufacturing
  • Special requirements for high-speed-drives

Dr Albert Wimmer, CEO, Isar Getriebetechnik KG, Germany

3.30

COFFEE BREAK AND VISIT TO THE
CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO, CHANGE TO PLENUM

K: LAUNCH AND SHIFT ELEMENTS, NHV
11.00

CO2 potential and customer acceptance of a 2-pedal e-clutch vehicle in Europe

  • Coasting benefits with e-clutch technology in driving cycles
  • Real road driving benefit of coasting
  • Customer acceptance study of a 2-pedal e-clutch system compared to an AMT

Carsten Lövenich, Group Manager Transmission, Hyundai Motor Europe Technical Center GmbH, Germany

11.30

Compact and efficient clutch systems for P2 hybrid DCT

  • Characterisation of clutch system loads in P2 hybrids, considering measurement and simulation data
  • Compact and highly integrated triple clutch systems for P2 hybrids
  • Compact and high efficient actuator and engagement systems
  • Minimisation of losses in the complete clutch system
  • Optimisation of wet and dry friction system

Joachim Hoffmann, Vice President Product Line Clutches, LuK GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

12.00

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

Dr Friedrich Brezger, Engineer, Advanced Product Engineering, BorgWarner Inc., Germany

12.30

LUNCH AND VISIT TO THE CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO

2.00

Dog shift systems – hype or real potential

  • Dog shift system versus multiple disc clutch
  • Development of dog shift systems
  • Experiences with dog shift systems in modern applications

Dr Johannes Winkler, Development Engineer, Gear Development for Actuators, Bearings, Shift Elements, ZF Friedrichshafen AG, Germany

2.30

Drivetrain dynamics assessment by advanced model-based sensitivity analysis

  • Contribution of component design to overall drivetrain dynamics
  • Quantification of countermeasure effectiveness and robustness
  • Systematic approach for model reduction and parameter prioritisation

Dieter Laes, Drivetrain Research Engineer, Toyota Motor Europe NV/SA, Be

3.00

Electro-mechanical system NVH simulation and validation for an integrated EV powertrain

  • Electro-mechanical system NVH simulation approach
  • Active NVH testing of an EV powertrain
  • Validation and correlation of NVH analysis method

Detlev Runkel, Sales Manager, Romax Technology GmbH

3.30

COFFEE BREAK AND VISIT TO THE
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L: DRIVETRAIN COMPONENTS
11.00

Why tailored dampers are needed for HEV powertrain?

  • Much transient phases in HEV creating more issues
  • ICE to be started by electrical machine
  • New resonances because of electrical machine
  • High reflected inertia of the electrical machine to the ICE

Dr Herve Mahe, NVH Master Expert, Valeo, France

11.30

Development of new damper with dynamic damper mechanism using high-accuracy 1D vehicle Simulation

  • Well-balanced damper in terms of cost and performance
  • To adapt dynamic damper system to current torsional damper
  • Cutting-edge CAE based damper development technology
  • High accurate nonlinear 1D vehicle modeling and optimisation

Yusuke Ikebe, NVH Engineer, Aisin AW Co., Ltd, Japan

12.00

Optimised reverse gear engagement by modified internal shifting unit

  • Technical solution for an A-segment MT to improve customer acceptance of reverse gear engagement
  • Customer requests and technical requirements
  • Technical solution description
  • Performance evaluation and measurements
  • Impact on current production gearbox and assembly line

Pietro Esposito, Shifting System Design Manager, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), Italy

12.30

LUNCH AND VISIT TO THE CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO

2.00

Ultra-light transmission components in CarNaTrix®

  • Lowest weight at highest strength/temperatures
  • Carbon composites in high-volume production
  • Intelligent functions by integrated sensors

Ingolf Grüßner, Director, Business Unit CarNaTrix, Koki Technik Transmission Systems GmbH, Germany

2.30

Torque sensors for high volume production applications

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

Julius Beck, Engineering Manager MST, Europe,, Methode Electronics International, Germany

3.00

Toolbox for pressure sensors integrated in transmission controls

  • Motivated by the feedback of the changing market
  • Tailor made sensors for customer requests
  • 2nd generation of pressure sensors in series production

Dr Katharina Kreß, Application Engineer, Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany

3.30

COFFEE BREAK AND VISIT TO THE
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M: OIL, LUBRICATION AND FUELS
11.00

Optimum design of lubrication flow of AT components and motor cooling flow for PHEV TM

  • Set the structure of motor cooling
  • Analysis of lubrication flow of transmission and traction motor
  • Hardware improving ways of optimal cooling to traction motor
  • Verify the test

June Ho Lee, Senior Research Engineer, Auto Transmission Engineering Design Team, Hyundai Motor Company, Korea

11.30

Virtual lubrication analysis – simulation of oil flow in gearboxes using a novel Lagrangian approach

  • Introduction and objectives of gearbox investigation
  • Advanced solution based on an implicit Lagrangian approach
  • Lubrication analysis – industrial examples
  • Current R&D activities – thermal investigation

Michael Bires, Manager Sales & Marketing and
Marijan Šimek, Key Account Manager, AVL qpunkt GmbH, Austria

12.00

Flexible oil change management for dual clutch transmissions

  • Market situation and requirements
  • Development of damage models and monitoring in control unit
  • Software diagnostics und vehicle Interface
  • Communication concept and driver interface

Martin Bahne, Director Attribute System Engineering, Magna Powertrain, Transmission Systems, Germany

12.30

LUNCH AND VISIT TO THE CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO

2.00

Next gen lubricants for e-mobility applications

  • Lubricants for HEVs and BEVs
  • Requirements for next gen lubricants
  • Test methods for lubricants for oil cooled electric engines

Dr Thomas Hellwig, Development Technologist, BP Europa SE, Germany

2.30

Lubricant concepts for future HEV transmissions

  • The need to survive at higher temperatures
  • Compatibility with new materials
  • Preparing for a harsher environment

Dr Michael Gahagan, Technology Manager, Driveline Additives, Lubrizol, UK

3.00

Lubricating e-mobility – 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

Dr Susie Hurley, Advisor, Driveline R&D, Afton Chemical, UK

3.30

COFFEE BREAK AND VISIT TO THE
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N: 48 V
11.00

Demand-oriented electrification for developing markets

  • Requirements on vehicles in developing markets
  • Demand-oriented dimensioning of 48V drivetrain concepts
  • Realisation of the drivetrain concept in a prototype
  • First road experience

Dr Mark Schudeleit, Manager System Integration, Vehicle Electrification, Continental Engineering Services, Germany

11.30

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

  • Powertrain system requirements analysis
  • 48V system development & results

Claudine Rochette, Hybrid Platform Product Marketing Director, Valeo, France

12.00

Development of a CVT-based P2-type 48 V mild hybrid system

  • Electrification for tough CO2 emission regulations
  • Mild hybrid system combining a low-cost 48V system and a CVT
  • Flat motor equal in size to a torque converter
  • Improvement of motor cooling efficiency by the CVT fluid

Dr Atsumu Iseno, Innovative Technology Development Department, Jatco Ltd, Japan

12.30

LUNCH AND VISIT TO THE CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO

1.30

Versatile compact power mechatronics to serve e-mobility

  • 48V – the solution for personal mobility?
  • Power mechatronic systems – a rational modular approach
  • Light 2-wheelers – a case study

Gaël Andrieux, Managing Director, Compact Power Motion GmbH, Germany

2.00

48 V hybridisation – what are the next steps beyond P0/P1 hybrids?

  • Systems for 48 V P2, P3 and P4 architectures
  • CO2 Savings
  • Functionality
  • Drivability

Thomas Eckenfels, Project Manager, LuK GmbH. & Co. KG, Germany

2.30

Topology comparison of 48 V hybrid drivetrains with manual transmission

  • Presentation of a combined forward and backward simulation model for hybrid drivetrains with manual transmission
  • Evaluation of the driving performance and consumption of various 48V drivetrain topologies
  • Analysis of the impact of different electric motor dimensioning for the topologies

Matthias Werra, Research Associate, Institute of Automotive Engineering, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany

3.00

The pedelec as a plug-in hybrid – innovation through technology transfer from automotive
The next generation of drive unit for pedelecs and e-bikes, based on automated continuously variable transmissions.

Dr Bernhardt Lüddecke, Product Manager eMobility, Continental, Germany

3.30

COFFEE BREAK AND VISIT TO THE
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O: COMMERCIAL VEHICLES DRIVETRAINS AND TRANSMISSIONS
11.00

Automated e-mobility, the future for commercial vehicles?

  • Transport industry facing a global challenge reducing CO2
  • Efficiency in transportation need to improve considerably
  • E-mobility, connectivity and automation shifts the biz
  • Tech achievements and economy will improve to assist

Nils-Gunnar Vagstedt, Chief Engineer Electromobility, Scania, Sweden

11.30

Using operational data from customer trucks when designing a new gearbox

  • Using big data to understand our customers
  • Conversion of collected data for use on new gearbox
  • Determining life length test for bearings in gearbox

Johan Wållgren, Data Science Specialist, Transmission Development, Scania, Sweden

12.00

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

12.30

LUNCH AND VISIT TO THE CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO

2.00 Commercial EVs: applying a systems engineering approach to tackle the total cost of ownership challenge

  • System level approach to commercial EV configuration
  • Drivetrain cost reductions, downsizing and optimisation
  • Rapid shift actuation concept for multi-speed Transmission
  • Dynamic simulation of vehicle response during shifting

Dr Sam Fraser, Senior Engineer – Control Systems, Drive System Design, UK

2.30

Electric drive development for a parcel delivery van

  • TCO-positive electric traction for delivery vans
  • Dedicated e-drive for 4200kg GVW
  • Development and application in a German postal service fleet

Joris Bronckaers, Product Architect, Punch Powertrain N.V., Belgium

3.00

New developments for electrified powertrains for heavy duty commercial vehicles

  • Requirements for future commercial vehicle drives
  • Current developments for electrification
  • P2-Hybridisation for a powershift transmission

Rico Resch, Project Manager, TS-G1, Transmission and Hybrid Driveline, IAV GmbH, Germany

3.30

COFFEE BREAK AND VISIT TO THE
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P: PRODUCTION AND LIGHT-WEIGHT
11.00

ProvorPlus – a battery box in a lightweight hybrid design

Robin Gerlach, Head of Sub-Department, Predevelopment/Simulation Competence Center Chassis, Volkswagen AG, Germany

11.30

Lightweight transmission components

  • HAC forming UHS steel into rotating transmission components
  • Forming of aluminum transmission components
  • Die-formed transmission oil pan assembly

David Dorigo, Director of Innovation, Metal Forming Solutions Group, Magna Powertrain Inc., Canada

12.00

Lightweight forging: potentials in the (hybrid) powertrain with forged components

  • Cost-efficient lightweight with proven mass production technology
  • Lightweight potential with forged powertrain components
  • High strength, high ductile materials

Dr Hans-Willi Raedt, Vice President Advanced Engineering, Hirschvogel Automotive Group, Germany

12.30

LUNCH AND VISIT TO THE CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO

1.30

Industrialisation of EOL e-drive testing – from product to production

  • Simultaneous engineering strategies quicker to a sustainable and secure production
  • Advantages due to a modular test concept in platform, hardware and software

Ralph Heckmann, Vice President Sales Automotive, teamtechnik Maschinen und Anlagen GmbH, Germany

2.00

Digital strategy to increase the operational reliability within the production process
Oliver Maiß, Project Engineer, Ecoroll AG Werkzeugtechnik, Germany

2.30

Wear analysis 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, Hoganas AB, Sweden

3.00

Visualising noise critical manufacturing deviations on gear flanks

  • Sources of gear noise
  • Manufacturing related gear noise
  • Gear noise evaluation based on standard gear measurement
  • Specific values for quality monitoring

Dr Christof Gorgels, Director Precision Metrology, Klingenberg, Germany

3.30

COFFEE BREAK AND VISIT TO THE
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3.30

Coffee break and visit to the CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO
Change to plenum

4.15

FCH JU: Making hydrogen and fuel cells an everyday reality

Bart BiebuyckBart Biebuyck
Executive Director
Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking, Belgium

4.35

The role of semiconductors in the age of electrified drivetrains

  • Power semiconductors for more compact and efficient electric drives
  • Safe battery systems through semiconductor solutions
  • Potential of future semiconductor technologies

Hans AdlkoferHans Adlkofer
Vice President Automotive System Group
Infineon Technologies AG

4.55

Q & A

5.10

Summary of the key messages and final discussion with the attendees by Prof. Dr Ferit Küçükay

5.30

End of the lecture programme, day two

6 DECEMBER 2018

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ADAC CENTRE OF DRIVING SAFETY, BERLIN/BRANDENBURG

8.30

Departure by bus shuttle

9.30

Arrival at the ADAC Centre of Driving Safety
Welcome address, tour around the proving ground and instruction

4.00

End of the ride and drive and return to the Estrel Hotel Berlin

ca. 5.30

Arrival at the hotel

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