Program Overview

shaping change –
a dialog between research and industry on electric vehicle drives.

Wednesday, 4. September 2019
09:30Opening
Dr. Tobias BöhmHead of Electrified Drivetrain, Group Research Volkswagen AG,
chair Board E-MOTIVE

Keynotes

Session chair: Dr. Tobias Böhm, Volkswagen AG
10:00On the way to CO²-neutral mobility and how ZF contributes
Bert HellwigHead of System House E-Mobility,
ZF Friedrichshafen AG, Germany
10:30Powertrain solutions for tomorrow – Efficiency meets driving experience
Manfred HommHead of R&D E-Mobility,
Schaeffler Automotive Buehl GmbH & Co. KG, Germany
11:00Game Changer for the Automotive Industry
Bernd StephanPresident – SKF Automotive & Aerospace,
SKF Group, Germany
11:30E-mobility – the point of view of the lubricants industry
Dr. Lutz LindemannMember of the Executive Board (CTO),
FUCHS PETROLUB SE, Germany
12:00

Lunch Break

13:00
Session 1: Drive Systems 1
Two-Drive-Transmission with Range-Extender – Efficient Multi-Speed Electric Powertrain Concept with high Shift Comfor
Felix Langhammer,Technical University, Institute for Mechatronic Systems in Mechanical Engineering Darmstadt (IMS), Germany
Session 2: Fuelcell
PEMFC stack- and system technologies of the ElringKlinger AG
Dr. Ewald WahlmüllerElringKlinger Fuelcell Systems Austria GmbH, Austria
13:30
Session 1: Drive Systems 1
Highly Integrated Electric Axle
Dipl.-Ing. Johannes LangeDr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, Germany
Session 2: Fuelcell
Need-based technology development of a scenario specific fuel cell for commercial vehicles
Dr. Christoph BaumFraunhofer Institute for Production Technology (IPT), Germany
14:00
Session 1: Drive Systems 1
Design and validation of a 48V high-performance traction drive system for the mobility of tomorrow
Holger Oechslen, Daniel RiegerMAHLE International GmbH, Germany
Session 2: Fuelcell
Fuel cell range extender for light commercial vehicles
Marc DüvelVolkswagen AG, Germany
14:30
Session 1: Drive Systems 1
A First Efficiency and Dynamics Analysis of the Innovative Hyper-High-Speed Electromechanical Powertrain Speed4E
Bernd MorhardTechnical University of Munich, Gear Research Centre (FZG), Germany
Session 2: Fuelcell
Fuel Cell System Simulation – Membrane Water Managemen
Sören TinzRWTH Aachen University, Institute for Combustion Engines (VKA), Germany
15:00

Coffee Break

15:30
Session 3: E-Motor
Solving issues on position sensorless control for electrical drives in automotive applications
Joao Bonifacio,ZF Friedrichshafen AG, Germany
Session 4: Battery
The Full Charge – Efficient and Powerful Solutions for Electric Mobility
Felix Zöchling,Webasto SE, Germany
16:00
Session 3: E-Motor
Modeling of multi-phase flow in electrical motors
Christopher Beck,Daimler AG, Germany
Session 4: Battery
Front Loading Approach in battery development for changing cell chemistry
Dr. Bernhard Brunnsteiner,AVL List GmbH, Austria
16:30
Session 3: E-Motor
Electrically Excited Synchronous Machine with Additional Permanent Magnets for Traction Application
Hongfei Lu,Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Institute of Electrical Engineering (ETI), Germany
Session 4: Battery
Modeling of thermal-electrical inter-actions in a battery module using the IPEK-X-in-the-Loop-Approach
Martin Eisele, M.Sc.,Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT),IPEK – Institute of Product Engineering, Germany
17:00
Session 3: E-Motor
Innovative and fast simulation method for the electrical and mechanical ripple of DC machines
Chris Penndorf,ESI GmbH, Germany
Session 4: Battery
Quantifying failure-rates in lithium-ion batteries with stochastic simulation
Philipp Dechent,RWTH Aachen University, Institute for Power Electronics and Electrical Drives (ISEA), Germany
17:30
Session 3: E-Motor
Optimized Motor Design Integrating Electro-magnetic and Stress Simulation
Dr.-Ing. Bogdan Funieru,DS Deutschland GmbH, Germany
Session 4: Batterie
More protection for Li-Ion-Batteries with rupture disks and membrane
Volker Buchmann,Hugo Benzing GmbH & Co. KG, Germany
18:00

End of presentation day 1

Evening event

19:00

Bus shuttle from Mercure Hotel

19:30

Welcome Pub „Hirschkeller“

Thursday, 5. September 2019
08:30
Session 5: Manufacturing Technology
Validation of Injection Molded Stator Slot Cooling for High Power Density Synchronous Machines with Concentrated Single-Tooth Winding
Andreas LangheckKarlsruher Institut of Technology (KIT), Institute of Electrical Engineering (ETI), Germany
Session 6: E-Motorsystems and Power electronics
Overload and Degradation Monitoring of Power Electronic Converters
Christoph H. van der BroeckRWTH Aachen University (ISEA), Institute for Power Electronics and Electrical Drives (ISEA), Germany
09:00
Session 5: Manufacturing Technology
3D printed metal cooler for power electronics
Dr. Thomas EbertIQ evolution GmbH, Germany
Session 6: E-Motorsystems and Power electronics
Fault Detection in Induction Machines Using the Speed Dependency of the Current Spectrum
Stefan QuabeckRWTH Aachen University, Institute for Power Electronics and Electrical Drives (ISEA), Germany
09:30
Session 5: Manufacturing Technology
New Measurement Technologies for Soft and Hard Magnetic Materials used in Electric Drives and Automotive Applications
Lukasz MierczakDr. Brockhaus-Messtechnik GmbH & Co. KG, Germany
Session 6: E-Motorsystems and Power electronics
Acoustical behavior of dual three-phase permanent magnet synchronous machines in electrical traction drives
Daniel KellerDaimler AG, Germany
10:00
Session 5: Manufacturing Technology
Production Challenges for the electric powertrain
Dr.-Ing. Florian Sell-Le BlancAumann Espelkamp GmbH, Germany
Session 6: E-Motorsystems and Power electronics
Design and test of squirrel cage induction machines with high power density, cast copper cage and high-strength low-loss Noelectrical steel
David Schmitz, Uwe Schuffenhauerbreuckmann eMobility GmbH, Germany
10:30
Session 5: Manufacturing Technology
Quantification of value added structure shifts and strategic reorientation by means of diversification analyses
Paul ScholzFraunhofer Institute for Production Technology (IPT), Germany
Session 6: E-Motorsystems and Power electronics
Characteristic Map based Determination of Optimum Rotor Topologies of Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machines
Dr. Jakob JungIAV GmbH, Germany
11:00

Coffee Break

11:30
Session 7: Mechanical and mechatronic system
Use of existing and new AT and DCT fluid technology in hybrid transmission designs as a coolant
Dr.-Ing. Arthur Petuchow,Afton Chemical GmbH, Germany
Session 8: Simulation, Development Methods
Deep Learning for Rotor and Stator Temperature Estimation in Electric Motors
Wilhelm Kirchgässner,Paderborn University, Power Electronics and Electrical Drives (LEA), Germany
12:00
Session 7: Mechanical and mechatronic system
Efficient E-torque handling: E-mobility fluids with friction performance for limited slip differentials und torque vectoring
Thomas Kraft,FUCHS SCHMIERSTOFFE GMBH, Germany
Session 8: Simulation, Development Methods
Using Neural Networks in HEV Powertrain Component Modeling
André Mayer,Daimler AG, Germany
12:30
Session 7: Mechanical and mechatronic system
The rolling bearing in the electrified power train – requirements
Thomas M. Wolf,SKF GmbH, Germany
Session 8: Simulation, Development Methods
The importance of an overall system simulation for branched highvoltage vehicle electrical systems
Sebastian Raab,University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt, Technology Transfer Center for E-Mobility (TTZ-EMO), Germany
13:00
Session 7: Mechanical and mechatronic system
Change in the powertrain – Transformation in mechanical enginee-ring and supplier companies
Eckhard Hörner-Marass2H.IM Executive Interim Management GmbH, Germany
Session 8: Simulation, Development Methods
Evaluation of different Dedicaded Hybrid Trans-mission (DHT) in the WLTC and 3D customer cycle
Johannes HengstTechnical University of Braunschweig, Institute of Automotive Engineering (IFF), Germany
13:30

Lunch Break

Plenary Session

Session Chair: to be announced
Großer Saal
14:30German cell production – Chances for electromobility in Europe
Christian AdamczykBMZ GmbH, Germany
15:00Requirements for sustainable powertrain solutions from the perspective of a demand-responsive transport provider
Jakob Kammererioki GmbH, Germany
15:30

End of Conference

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4-5 September, 2019 in Schweinfurt, Germany
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