CTI Symposium: Highlights and Learnings
What were the highlights and learnings from the CTI Symposium ‘Automotive Transmissions, HEV and EV Drives 2016’? Once again, transmissions expert and Chair Prof. Ferit Küçükay has summarized the key topics for you in an exclusive review. It’s the ideal way to get ready for this year’s CTI Symposium (4-7 December 2017, Berlin).
Plenary discussion webcast at the 15th anniversary of the German Transmission Symposium
Watch here the webcast of the plenary discussion at the 15th CTI Symposium in Berlin, 2016 – with:
- Moderator: Ulrich Walter;
- Jörg Grotendorst, Manager E-Mobility, ZF Friedrichshafen AG;
- Dr. Renate Vachenauer, Vice President Transmission, Drive Train, BMW Group, Germany;
- Prof. Dr.-Ing. Peter Gutzmer, Member at the board of Schaeffler AG; Continue reading
Winners of the 8th CTI Young Drive Experts Award
Berlin/Düsseldorf, 7 December 2016 – This year, no fewer than three candidates won an 8th CTI Young Drive Experts Award at the 15th International CTI Symposium for Automotive Transmissions, HEV and EV Drives. First place overall went to Dr. Marco Denk (Research Associate at Bayreuth University), second place to Harald Kraus (Head of the scientific team E-Mobility and Alternative Drives) and third place to Dr. techn Markus Bachinger (Executive Engineer at AVL List GmbH, Graz).
12+12V and 12+48V hybridisation: a modular approach and transmission impacts
by Dr Olivier Coppin
Among the various hybridization levels, the 12+12 volts affordable architecture represents the basic architecture allowing the benefits of hybridization, thanks to the energy recovery during braking. The 12+48V electrical architecture is an easy way to enhance 12+12V functionalities and enter deeper in the hybrid application field. Continue reading
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On 6 and 7 December over 1,300 transmission, EV & HEV experts from 25 countries will meet up at the CTI Symposium once again to discuss the latest trends and developments in the automobile transmissions sector. If you can’t make it or would like to know more about the Symposium, why not follow the high-calibre Podium Discussion live?
Optimization of Transmission Electrical Oil Pumps Using Model-based System Engineering Techniques.
by Oscar Sarmiento
Electrical Oil Pump Modular Design Platform – Simulation-based Optimization Method for EOP Design – Co-Simulation Framework for Parameter Sensitivity Analysis – Approach for Assessment Integration Level based on KPIs
This paper explores how the Model-based Systems Engineering (MBSE) framework can be applied to the optimization of an Electrical Oil Pump (EOP). MBSE creates an architecting framework that supports trades across performance, cost and realization. Continue reading