EEHE 2016

8. Juni 2016


Plenum Saal

09:00  -  09:10


Plenum Saal

09:10  -  09:30


Plenum Saal

09:30  -  10:10

EMISSION IMPOSSIBLE – Our journey into the automotive future
Hans-Jürgen Schenk
Daimler AG, e-Drive Systemintegration

10:10  -  10:25


10:25  -  12:25

Session 1A

Veranstaltungsort: Staufersaal
Sessionleiter: Vera Lauer · Stephan Frei

10:25The robust high-voltage power net - volatile requirements versus standardizationDr. Vera LauerDaimler AG
10:55Continued High Voltage System DevelopmentDr Alexandra NafariPower Train, Volvo Cars
11:25Dresdens bus route 79 turned into full electric - chance and challengeAlexander BunzelTechnische Universität Dresden
11:55CCS - a charging standard for allDipl.-Ing. Michael Zeyenvancom GmbH & Co. KG

Session 1B
48V der Zukunft – Neue Funktionen und Möglichkeiten

Veranstaltungsort: Minnesängersaal
Sessionleiter: Hartmut Pröbstle · Friedrich Graf

10:2512V/48V system simulation based on real driving cyclesDipl.-Ing. Daniel SebastiaoUniversität Kassel
10:55Energy balance of 48 V Mildhybrid vehicles with electric driven superchargerDr. Edoardo Pietro MorraFEV GmbH
11:25Heavily Downsized Gasoline DemonstratorDr. Michael BassettMAHLE Powertrain Limited
11:55Components, systems and architectures and design tools for Micro up to Full Hybrid, Plug-in-Hybrid and Electric VehiclesDr Lawrence AlgerDENSO International Europe

13:55  -  14:25

Übersichtsvortrag 1A
Veranstaltungsort: Staufersaal
Sessionleiter: Ottmar Sirch

Vehicle aerodynamics and thermal management in future hybrid electric vehicles
Lennart Löfdahl, Chalmers UT, Gothenborg

Übersichtsvortrag 1B
Veranstaltungsort: Minnesängersaal
Sessionleiter: Carsten Hoff

Electrification of commercial vehicles – Quo vadis?
Bernd-Peter Elgas, Daimler AG EvoBus

15:10  -  16:50

Session 2A
Methoden der Bordnetzentwicklung

Veranstaltungsort: Staufersaal
Sessionleiter: Ludwig Brabetz · Dirk Balzer

15:10Emulation of batteries and bidirectional components in the automotive power netMichael WinterTechnische Universität München
15:40A Method for Rational Approximation for RLC Simulation Models of HV-Components using Impedance MeasurementsThomas WersalDaimler AG
16:10Simulated assisted design and optimization of power supply structuresDipl.-Ing. Kathrin GeigerBMW Group, Forschungs- und Innovationszentrum
16:40Composition of Customer-Oriented Substitute Driving Cycles Including Altitude Profiles Using Markov Models and Digital Map DataRoman LießnerTU Dresden
16:50Prediction of EV Drive Range Reduction Under Extreme Environmental Conditions Using Computer Aided Engineering ToolsDipl.-Ing. Boris MarovicMentor Graphics (Deutschland) GmbH

Session 2B

Veranstaltungsort: Minnesängersaal
Sessionleiter: Dirk Uwe Sauer · Marc Thele

15:10Life time optimized charging method for li-Ion BatteriesProf. Dr.-Ing. Andreas JossenTechnische Universität München
15:40Analysis and Evaluation of Future Batterie Technologies for Automotive ApplicationsMax FalkDr.-Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG
16:10A comprehensive battery condition monitoring service for commercial vehiclesClaudius JehleFraunhofer Institute for Transportation and Infrastructure Systems IVI
16:40Influencing Factors in High-Voltage Battery Design for Mobile ApplicationsFelix FrankRobert Bosch Battery Systems GmbH
16:50State of charge estimation of lithium sulphur batteries using in-situ impedance spectroscopySebastian SocherFraunhofer-Institut für Verkehrs- und Infrastruktursysteme IVI


Wimmer’s Landwirtschaft
Im Grassenberg 2
69168 Wiesloch

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9. Juni 2016

08:30  -  09:00

Session 3A

Veranstaltungsort: Staufersaal
Sessionleiter: Dirk Balzer · Peter Schmitz

08:30Requirements, challenges and design concepts for future electrical power supply systemsBastian HartmannFord Motor Company
09:0012+12V and 12+48V: a modular approach for components and electric architecturesDr. Olivier CoppinValeo
09:30smart design with electronic instead of traditional fusesMartin Jaiserams Sensor Solutions Germany GmbH

Session 3B
Sichere Energieversorgung

Veranstaltungsort: Minnesängersaal
Sessionleiter: Marc Nalbach · Dieter Polenov

08:30Reliability of Lead-Acid BatteriesDr. Jörn AlbersJohnson Controls Autobatterie GmbH & Co. KGaA
09:00Method for predicting of electrical distribution systemsRalf GemmerichVolkswagen AG
09:30Model-based on-line monitoring of on-board energy supply systems combining physical system models and system identification methodsMichael KiffmeierTU Dortmund

10:30  -  12:00

Session 4A

Veranstaltungsort: Staufersaal
Sessionleiter: Marc Thele · Christian Amsel

10:30Critical Analysis of Hybrid Battery Systems for Micro Hybrid Vehicles based on the Parallel Combination of a Lead Acid- and a Lithium-Ion BatteryMatthias KuipersHelmholtz-Institut Münster, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
11:00Analysis of Deviations between Time-based and Frequency-based Battery Impedance Determination MethodsDipl.-Ing. Monika KwiecienRWTH Aachen
11:30Changes for Standardization of 48V Battery PacksDr. Patricia HandelSamsung SDI Battery Systems GmbH

Session 4B
E/E für Autonomes Fahren

Veranstaltungsort: Minnesängersaal
Sessionleiter: Jan Lichtermann · Stephan Frei

10:30Electric power consumption related to use case Automated DrivingVincent VahéeContinental Automotive GmbH
11:00E/E Architecture Solutions for Automated DrivingDr. Peter GrabsIntedis GmbH & Co. KG
11:30Efficient, safe and reliable Powernet for highly automated drivingDipl.-Ing., MBA Gabriele PieracciniRobert Bosch GmbH

13:30  -  14:00

Übersichtsvortrag 2A
Veranstaltungsort: Staufersaal
Sessionleiter: Carsten Hoff

Overview on technology and market situation on various battery systems for vehicles
Dirk Uwe Sauer, RWTH Aachen – ISEA

Übersichtsvortrag 2B
Veranstaltungsort: Minnesängersaal
Sessionleiter: Ottmar Sirch

Eco Innovations
Stefano Malfettani, European Commission Joint Research Centre

14:00  -  14:10

14:10  -  16:20

Session 5A

Veranstaltungsort: Staufersaal
Sessionleiter: Dieter Polenov · Tomas Reiter

14:10An Improved Behavioral Model for Loss Calculations in Automotive InvertersAjay Poonjal PaiInfineon Technologies AG
14:40Bidirectional Charge- and Traction-System (BCTS)Dr. Martin BrüllContinental Automotive GmbH
15:10Low voltage, high current Single-Board-Solution (SBS) power module for automotive applications up to 25kWRobert Christopher BurnsAB Mikroelektronik GmbH
15:40Non-Isolated Bus Converters enable high efficiency energy transport to supply high power loadsUgo GhislaVicor Corporation
16:10Addressing Electrical Noise in the Design of Power Electronics for Hybrid Motor ApplicationsIkenna NwaokoControlled Power Technologies Ltd

Session 5B

Veranstaltungsort: Minnesängersaal
Sessionleiter: Hans-Georg Herzog · Ottmar Sirch

14:10Single 48-Volt open architecture platform for scalable, functions-driven and connected car electronicsPhilippe BriotSGC - Smart Grid Control
14:40Concept of a decision system for an operating strategy in a cybernetic energy and power managementDipl.-Ing. Joachim FröschlBMW Group
15:10State of the art in optimal control of series hybrid electric vehicles taking account of driveabilityConny TempelhahnTechnische Universität Dresden / IAM GmbH
15:40Backend-based driving strategy for Powertrain Control by connectivityDipl-Ing (FH) Franz PellkoferContinental Automotive GmbH
16:10ConnectedPowerManagement Monitor as a view into a cybernetic energy and power management ? An isomorphic tool design conceptAlexander EppeleinBMW Group

16:20  -  16:30