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Urban EV project Visio.M – Concept highlights and latest prototype test results

Stefan Riederer

Performance and efficiency – technical solutions for high-performance sports cars to achieve future CO2 limits

The emissions limits recently agreed for the years 2015 and 2020 call for ambitious technical progress. In recent years, one of the focal points of development work has been on compliance with the strict EU5 and EU6 emissions standards. Following the introduction of this CO2 legislation, the main thrust of development work for modern vehicles is now on reducing fuel consumption. Today’s automakers are looking beyond 2015’s 130 g/km CO2 limit; they have their sights fixed on 2020 and the 95 g/km CO2 limit that has now been set for that year. Both these target values call for additional technical measures to bring fleet CO2 emissions in line with the targets set. As a result, development work is focused on systems solutions that will deliver compliance with future emissions legislation after 2015.

Bernhard Bihr, Gabriele Pieraccini, Holger Hofmann, Stefanie Freudenstein

E-generation / Key technologies for electric vehicles

Compared with the conventionally powered vehicle, which has undergone continuous enhancement in recent decades, further development steps are still necessary for the market acceptance of the electric vehicle. This involves both the development of new technologies and components and optimum integration into the vehicle concepts. Here, the main focus of the e-generation research project is also on integrating newly developed components into an existing vehicle concept. The primary objective is to optimize the overall result with regard to efficiency, weight, day-to-day usability and costs and implement it in the prototype. To this end, a consortium was formed in which not just the vehicle manufacturer and universities, but also the suppliers of the relevant components are represented. This document describes the objectives and the current status of the e-generation research project.

Michael Dimitrov

Advanced diesel fuel injection equipment – A never ending BOSCH story

Since the very beginning of providing fuel metering equipment for Diesel combustion engines, injection pressure is one key enabler for mixture preparation and spray performance. A second important enabler is the injection pattern, fulfilling the task to bring the fuel into the combustion chamber in the right time, with the right quality and to the right place. This paper deals with the role of injection pressure and patterns for Diesel combustion engines fulfilling upcoming ultimate requirements for developed markets. Future requirements on propulsion coming from the overall market trends especially on emission and CO2 by means of fuel consumption are discussed. As the key technology for internal combustion engines direct fuel injection in Diesel plays a major role gaining the challenging development targets like power output, gasoline noise level, lowest emission and benchmark fuel consumption at an attractive cost level. This trend is already established in Western Europe and North America followed by the Asia market and will be rolled out in the next upcoming decade.

Jürgen Hammer, Michael Raff, Dirk Naber

Cascaded indirect integrated charge air cooling for passenger car diesel engines

Raising specific power output in a turbocharged engine with reduced displacement is a common way to achieve low fuel consumption and emission values without sacrificing driving performance. However, the combustion process, the engine and its components, and the engine peripherals are subjected to significant effects. The technological effort increases while the thermal and mechanical loads are more intense. Increasingly greater charge air pressures and the associated rising temperatures, as well as more stringent emission regulations require more efficient charge air cooling systems that allow further reductions in charge air temperature. MAHLE has recently developed and presented integrated cascaded charge air cooling in the air intake module for gasoline engines.

Simon Schneider, Andreas Eilemann, Jürgen Stehlig

Thermal management for a light-dutyvehicle with diesel engine: Evaluation of an optimized cooling system with variable cooling components

Vehicle thermal management faces increased importance since a higher efficiency of ICE powered vehicles is requested. The fuel consumption benefits from thermal management is linked to two areas: By using the coolant pump and fan according to the real demand and improving their efficiency the auxiliary losses can be reduced and secondly: by operating the engine in an optimal temperature range regarding friction and combustion the overall powertrain efficiency can be increased. At cold start, the fast warm up of the engine and the transmission is important. During normal operation, the cooling system has to keep the engine in a temperature range that friction is minimized, protect the engine from overheating and create minimum auxiliary losses.

Wolfgang Wenzel, John Shutty, Jeri Tsai, Thomas Buchholz

A123 battery life simulation and validation test results

Considering the long development cycle for automotive batteries, it is advantageous to develop simulation models capable of predicting system capacity and power capability as a function of the drive cycle, calendar life and climate. This paper will provide an overview of A123’s simulation methodology using the battery development for the Chevrolet Spark EV as a case study. In the subject program, 11 years of vehicle usage was simulated and then compared to results of accelerated life testing which took approximately 1.5 years to complete. The importance of thermal modeling will be also discussed using the example of a high power application whose thermal behavior is more difficult to predict.

Jeff Kessen, Roland Jeutter, Christoph Fehrenbacher

Integrated electronics for battery sensors

The electrical sub-system of modern vehicles is essential regarding the economical mobility and safety. The key component is the battery as an energy store ensuring the start ability of the combustion engine and other standby functionality. Since years the number of components dissipating electrical energy is still increasing and a battery management system became necessary. The battery sensor is an important part of the battery management system that monitors the conditions of the lead-acid battery. Monitoring the battery conditions comprises the precise measurement of voltage and current at the terminals and processing the measured data. Based on that measurement data the charging level is calculated by using a parameterized battery model that is part of the firmware and executed by an embedded microcontroller (μC). Furthermore the battery management system enables start/stop operations and energy recuperation in the car that yields to a significant reduction of fuel consumption.

Jürgen Kernhof, Ayman Ghazi, Marko Radovic

Aktives Batteriemanagementsystem (BMS) mit Datenerfassungssystem im Elektro- Versuchsfahrzeug

Active Battery Management System (BMS) with Data Gathering System in Electric Research Vehicle A test will be performed on a completely self-developed active battery management system (BMS) for lithium-ion cells in a research vehicle. The system consists of one master node and three slave nodes. The master node serves to communicate data between the slave nodes or the vehicle’s onboard CAN-Bus (a real-time gateway between the BMS and vehicle ECU). Every slave node monitors the parameters of up to ten connected cells and controls the voltage balancing via a predetermined algorithm.

Dan Jiang, M. Hübner

An effective process for trackside vehicle development

Porsche cars are developed with the aim of giving their customers both a sporty and comfortable vehicle in every day’s use and a high performance one on the track. That’s why their development takes place not only on general roads, but also on race tracks, in the most variable conditions ranging from hot to icy surfaces. The desired performance can be achieved in a quicker and more certain way if effective tools and processes for car data analysis are available. Such tools should ideally show the car performance and dynamic behavior in a clear and straightforward way, so that different configurations can be compared, the rate of progress in reaching design goals can be easily evaluated and the next steps to push the development process forward can be detected with little effort. These tools and processes were created on the basis of Ve- DApost, Porsche’s virtual environment for data analysis, and in close cooperation with Porsche Motorsport. Meanwhile they have been integrated into Porsche’s development process and have been made available to all the other brands within the Volkswagen group.

Paolo Bortolussi, Leonardo Pascali, Nico Castrup

Integrated Vehicle Dynamics Control – an optimized approach for linking multiple chassis actuators

Mechatronical components are becoming increasingly important in the control of vehicle dynamics. In this paper an innovative approach to networking chassis domain actuators (e.g. rear wheel steering, wheel individual electric drives, active differentials etc.) is presented. By combining state of the art approaches for nonlinear model based feed forward control with an innovative concept to dealing with non quadratic control systems, lateral dynamics performance and driving safety can be enhanced. For this new approach the denotation “Integrated Vehicle Dynamics Control” (IVC) is introduced. Besides objective performance issues, a natural, reproducible and reliable vehicle behavior during all possible types of driving maneuvers was a major development goal. In Addition to this control concept, a new calibration strategy based on four essential, intuitive driving properties is presented. Through measurement results it is shown, that, by applying this new technology, the side slip angle during an aggressive lane change maneuver can be reduced by a factor of five compared to a standard Electronic Stability Controller (ESC). Regarding a typical maneuver for performance assessment – 36 m slalom – with IVC the maximum vehicle speed can be enhanced by 7 kph compared to test runs without any type of lateral dynamics control.

Lars König, Thomas Walter, Benjamin Gutmayer, Dominik Merlein

Integration of chassis control system networking into the vehicle dynamics development process

Due to advanced hardware capabilities, the need to improve driving safety, performance and economic motivation, modern passenger cars feature a lot of chassis control systems. These enable engineers to adapt the vehicle specification to each respective driving situation. That means that also trade-offs, for example between performance and comfort, can be resolved. The inevitably increased possibilities in parameterization bring more complexity in the development process. High complexity amplified by shortening product life cycles and model derivatives create the necessity of efficient vehicle dynamics development, methods, processes and tools.

Hans-Christian Reuss, Jan-Hendrik Herold, Leonardo Pascali

Modular modeling of a PEM fuel cell system for automotive applications

The promising potentials of fuel cell systems attract more and more interest in science and industry for the application in alternative drive concepts. Their ability to convert hydrogen into electrical energy in a clean, highly durable and reliable way offers solutions to some of the fundamental challenges of modern drive development. From a wide variety of available technologies, proton exchange membrane fuel cells PEMFC seem to be appropriate for automotive applications and are therefore a very active field of research and development. Today, first large-scale field tests of fuel cell electrical vehicles FCEV’s indicate the increasing maturity and competitiveness as a result of continuous improvements in life cycle and efficiency as well as the reductions of cost and weight. Equivalent to the ongoing development of conventional combustion engines, advancements in controller design, on-board diagnostics and the optimization of operating strategies are crucial for exploiting the technological possibilities. The basis is a fuel cell system model that takes the demands for automotive application into account.

Raphael Hans, Ferdinand Panik, Hans-Christian Reuss

Photovoltaic based inverter charger

The role of energy conversion within the transportation sector becomes more and more important due to increasing consumption efficiency demands for cars and trucks. Especially for electrical drive trains (e-drive train), which are topic of this talk, a lot of work is going on to achieve this goal. In e-drive train setups higher electrical power compared to combustion driven truck’s or car’s standard drive trains is converted. Besides in these systems complexity and costs are rising, mainly originating from very expensive electrical energy storages – the accumulators. Taking all these boundary conditions into account, up to date there is the demand for maximized energy conversion efficiencies on system level to succeed in market. Beside the electrical conversion process, also size and weight of the care are key parameters.

Martin Neuburger

Range extending for electric vehicle operation in urban-regional areas

Today, automotive research on electromobility is in most cases focused on metropolitan or urban regions. However, districts like the mixed Heilbronn-Franken region with a population of approximately 0.9 million and an area of 4800 km2 represent many local regions in Germany or Europe. Therefore, Heilbronn University (HHN) started in 2009 to investigate the specific needs of individual and commuter traffic especially for electric car operation in urban-regional areas. Since 2012, these investigations have been extended to individual traffic with plug-in battery-powered scooters (eScooter) in the EREX (EmissionfreeRangeEXtension) project. This paper reports how the range for a 4-seated plug-in battery-powered electrical vehicle (BEV) can be extended by intelligent longitudinal control and route utilization. However, range remains an issue for any plug-in BEV so that many vehicle manufacturers and suppliers offer range-extending devices like a complemental internal combustion engine (ICE) or fuel cell units. In addition to these approaches, HHN initialised research on the field of flywheel range-extending systems for electric vehicle operation. The paper shows first results how flywheel devices can be utilized for an eScooter concept vehicle.

Jens Bachstein, Andreas Daberkow, Hans-Christian Reuss

Experimental study of unstretched fiber shifting during hemming processes for automotive aluminum alloys

A typical processes chain for today’s hang-on parts of passenger car bodies such as hoods, bonnets or doors consists of a deep-drawing and cutting process, followed by flanging and hemming. The trend towards smaller bending radii of hemmed exterior parts in automotive industry and increasing use of lightweight materials, such as aluminum for vehicle hang-on parts, requires a further understanding of bending and hemming processes. In bending theory, the unstretched fiber describes a circular arc in a section of a bent part, which uncoiled length corresponds to length in unbent sheet. The unstretched fiber moves from middle of the section towards inner bending radius during bending operation. In radially outward direction, tensile stresses increase due to the increasing strain. The small bending radii, typical in the automotive industry, lead to relatively large tensile stresses in outer fiber. On the one hand, unstretched fiber shifting mainly affects the radius of the bent or hemmed part; on the other hand, position of the unstretched fiber during bending has a great influence on material loads. In this experimental study, shifting of the unstretched fiber during hemming operations is determined and quantified. Therefore, a new method for determination of present position of different fibers or layers in a bent section is introduced.

Severin Hönle, Mathias Liewald, Philipp Schmid, Manfred Sindel

Virtual production planning and dimensional accuracy prediction of sheet metal components in the bodyshell work

Christian Kästle, Mathias Liewald

Ego-motion estimation in urban areas

Claudius Gläser, Lutz Bürkle, Frank Niewels

New working model for collaboration of OEM and supplier in development of advanced driver assistance functionalities for series production

Ulrich Zoelch, Claus Dorrer, Martin Krenn, Martin Peller, Peter Varadi, Dirk Böttcher, Jürgen Diebold, Hagen Stübing

An efficient environmental model for automated driving

Ralph Grewe, Andree Hohm, Stefan Lueke

Emission optimized hybrid vehicle operation with thermal exhaust model

Florian Kunkel, R. Isermann

Automated process integration and design optimization of a mathematics-based series-hybrid electric vehicle

Johannes Friebe, Thanh-Son Dao, Christine Schwarz

Definition and implementation of a benchmarking in order to derive success factors of hybrid powertrains

Albert Albers, Matthias Behrendt, Friedrich Brezger, Kevin Matros, Benedikt Steiger, Heidelinde Holzer, Wolfram Bohne

Spark plugs for modern engines: challenges and solutions

Igor Orlandini, Arnold Schneider, Sabrina Rathgeber, Tobias Ruf

Simultaneous spatially resolved visualization of fuel/air ratio and residual gas distribution in an optically accessible SI engine

Thomas Mederer, Wolfgang Friedrich, Johannes Trost, Lars Zigan, Michael Wensing

Potential of corona ignition on gas engines using EGR and lean combustion

Alexander Schenk, Georg Rixecker, Volker Brichzin, Michael Becker

Improvement of collision avoidance systems by using a propulsion system for advanced brake performance

Sven Knecht, Jens Neubeck, Jochen Wiedemann

Design of a decision maker for an evasive or braking maneuver for collision avoidance

Carlo Ackermann, R. Isermann, Sukki Min, Changwon Kim

Characterization of gasoline biofuels regarding combustion anomalies

Marco Günther, Bastian Morcinkowski, Florian Kremer, Stefan Pischinger

Innermotorische Ursachen für Partikelemissionen bei Ottomotoren mit Direkteinspritzung

Helge Dageförde, Heiko Kubach, Thomas Koch, Ulrich Spicher

Particle number measurement techniques: PMP particle number counting methodology, PMP-HD measurement system comparison

Thomas Maier, G. Wachtmeister

Investigation on the tribological behavior of thermally sprayed cylinder liner coatings

Andrei Manzat, Rainer Gadow

Chances and risks when using high strength steel sheets in structural parts of modern car bodies

Mathias Liewald, S. Wagner, R. Radonjic

Competitive fiber reinforced composite materials for increased service temperature usable in exhaust systems

Patrick Weichand, Rainer Gadow

Aerodynamics development of road and racing cars – similarities and differences

Jörg Müller, Jan Monchaux

The role of aerodynamics at Mercedes Benz

Teddy Woll

Potentials of virtual chassis development

Andreas Wagner

Advanced systems and trends for powertrain emission measurement

Kozo Ishida, Masayuki Adachi, Hiroshi Nakamura

Reduction of engine-out emission and fuel consumption by variable EGR distribution in diesel and multi fuel engines

Yunyu Hu, Thomas Körfer, Thorsten Schnorbus, Michele Miccio, Joschka Schaub

Regeneration control of a LNT via a dynamic NOx-Sensor

Bernhard Breitegger, Albert Beichtbuchner, Christian Doppler, Muammer Kilinc, Klaus Hadl

Impact of engine combustion on the reactivity of diesel soot from commercial vehicle engines

Sven Lindner, Alexander Massner, Uwe Gärtner, Thomas Koch

Online thermal monitoring for power semiconductors in power electronics of electric and hybrid electric vehicles

Manuel Warwel, Gerd Wittler, Michele Hirsch, Hans-Christian Reuss

Control concept for the electrical integration of thermoelectric generators into a vehicle power supply

Jan Hendrik Carstens, Clemens Gühmann

Breakthrough of an electrically driven air-conditioning compressor due to 48V?

Jan Ackermann, T. Steinmetz, C. Brinkkötter, S. Hertel, D. Kettner

48V at Mercedes-Benz – options for further applications

Michael Timmann, Martin Renz

Pre-development validation of an engine mounted encapsulation approach on SUV vehicle as „Eco-Innovation“ by means of EU Regulation 725/2011

D. Petley, W. Jansen, B. Wicksteed, D. Caprioli, T. Bürgin

Efficient truck cabin cooling with waste heat during driving and parking

Dirk Neumeister, R. Burk, L. Ludwig, A. Wiebelt

Sensitivity analysis on factors influencing the overall rolling resistance of commercial vehicles

Werner Krantz, Jens Neubeck, Jochen Wiedemann

Evaluation of the energy demand for air conditioning by means of weather and mobility data

A. Basler, F. Freese, P. Megyesi, M. Roth, F. Gauterin

ISO 26262 for large SW models

Heiko Doerr, Ingo Stuermer

ODX process from the perspective of an automotive supplier

Dietmar Natterer, Thomas Ströbele, Franz Krauss

From SULEV EAT Concept to ECU software

Wei Han, Daniel Heß, Olaf Friedrichs, Patrick Stracke, Frank Bunar, Stefan Schirmer

Powertrain co-simulation on top of standards

Christoph Störmer, Christoph Malz, Corina Mitrohin, Ghizlane Tibba

Future diesel engines for rail applications – efficient and low-emission

Andreas Wegmann, Thorsten Fuchs

DynoTrain – vehicle reaction – track quality – contact geometry in realtime

Thomas Kolbe, R. Kratochwille

Road/Rail trucks – very special rail vehicles

Joachim Feuchter

Das neue Stadtbahnfahrzeug DT8.12 für Stuttgart

Matthias Jost

Elektromobilität, Lösung für die Zukunft?

Gerhard Hettich

The electrification of the power train makes it possible – Realization of electric concept vehicles as source of innovations

Marco Rohe

918 Spyder – Concept of a super sports car for the future

Frank-Steffen Walliser

Consistent assessment of chassis relevant ride comfort on roads and test rigs

Markus Eisenbarth, G. Boisdequin, F. Gauterin

Requirements for the disturbance response of steering and suspension systems based on vehicle targets

Martin Münster, M. Lehner, D. Rixen

Approach for determination of objective characteristic parameters to predict vehicle vibrations caused by powertrain

Rui Cai, R. Spengler, C. Olfens, Albert Albers, M. Behrendt

Exhaust gas treatment with compact DEF mixing section and SCR coated DPF for future emission standards

Tobias Ohrnberger, C. Becker, H. Härle

Comparison of pressure and air-assisted atomizers for Urea-SCR injection in diesel engine exhaust

Alexander Spiteri, P. Dimopoulos Eggenschwiler, Y. Liao

Effect of biofuels on particle emissions from compression and spark ignition engines

Bianca Maria Vaglieco, E. Mancaruso, S. Di Iorio, P. Sementa

Experimental study of the in-engine variability of a free piston linear alternator

Alexander Heron, H. E. Friedrich, F. Kock, F. Rinderknecht, J. Haag

Split-crankshaft engine: concept for a combustion engine with a two-piece disengageable crankshaft

Johannes Bergmaier, G. Wachtmeister, P. Fischer, H. Pflaum, K. Stahl

Potential of fuel injection in two-stroke engines for hand-held power tools

Armin Kölmel, T. Gegg, S. Meyer, A. Trattner, Stephan Schmidt, R. Kirchberger, H. Eichlseder

The new Hohenheim tyre model

Paul Witzel, S. Böttinger

Utilization of customer-relevant driving behavior for reliable friction potential estimation by scaling nonlinear tyre models

Hans-Martin Kroll, B. Buschardt, K. Schmidt, M. Lienkamp

Reference testing method for rolling resistance tire evaluation

Jakub Vidner, F. Masera, O. Chabut

Projekt BIPoLplus – kabelloses Laden mit 22kW für Elektrofahrzeuge

Karlheinz Baier, M. Scholz, A. Kilic, P. Schumann, P. Behrendt, Y. Girardey, K. Knaisch, D. Martinovic, E. Melo, W. Schnurbusch, G. Walker

ELISE – a telematic data gateway for electric vehicles

Thomas Kotschenreuther, A. Rupalla

Epromo: Cluster project to research on process modular manufacturing assembly and testing concepts for the production of electrical traction motors

Günther Heidmann

Gasoline engine – Fit for future powertrain

Stefan Kampmann, R. Busch, A. Christ

BlueDirect – the technology for a globalised market

Anton Waltner, F. Altenschmidt, A. Kaden, R. Kemmler

The Porsche 918 Spyder high-performance combustion engine

Roland Sargenti, C. Hauck, W. Buck, J. Burckhardt, M. Gickeleiter, D.-G. Steinhauser, H. Kristen

The Volkswagen WRC Engine

Donatus Wichelhaus

Approach of a method for functional evaluation of hybrid drivetrains

Jörg-Michael Birkhold, J. Kerner, L. Spiegel, I. Stache, Albert Albers

Analysis of the optimum drive-line configuration for a compact-class passenger car for differing usage patterns

Marco Warth, M. Bassett, J. Hall, B. Mahr

Research on the fuel-efficiency of parallel hybrid vehicles as a basis for the design of rule-based operating strategies

Daniel Görke, Michael Bargende, U. Keller, N. Ruzicka, S. Schmiedler

Co-simulation and „control-oriented“ modeling in the development of a hydraulic hybrid system.

P. Casoli, N. Pompini, L. Riccò, A. Gambarotta

Electrical wind tunnel external balance system

Tomokazu Oyama, T. Ichige, A. Inoue, J. Bredenbeck

Prospects of experimental aerodynamics

Andreas Dillmann

918 Spyder – the aerodynamic triathlete

Christian del Gaizo, H. Maier, M. Roll

Real-time metrics for automotive ethernet achitectures

Kai Richter, J. Diemer, S. Schliecker

High data rates and short latencies for future vehicle networks – Have conventional microcontroller concepts reached their limits?

Burkhard Triess

What CAN FD offers for automotive networking

Harald Eisele

Localizing minor damages in cars by means of structure-borne sound analysis

Andre Kneifel, J. Harmstorf, S. Gontscharov, K.- L. Krieger, K. H. Baumgärtel

Constraints of the combustion process for a supercharged DISI-engine for applications in motorsports

G. Wachtmeister, Donatus Wichelhaus, Christian Pötsch, R. Kudicke

Multi-component modeling of liquid fuel for an improved analysis of fuel-dependent processes

Michael Bargende, Donatus Wichelhaus, Marlene Wentsch, A. Perrone, M. Chiodi

Lumped-parameter modeling and analysis of automotive waste heat recovery systems based on an organic rankine cycle

Marcello Canova, A. Gambarotta, M. Crialesi Esposito, K. Laboe, M. Zajac

Lean stratified turbocharged gasoline engines to meet emissions and fuel economy targets in 2018

Richard Osborne, C. Rouaud, J. Andersson, K. Pendlebury, M. Keenan, T. Hametner, D. Walters, J. P. Bowen

Identification and definition of acoustic relevant limit values for electric vehicles

Albert Albers, Matthias Behrendt, Jan Fischer, D. Lieske

Comparison of vehicle rolling noise on the test bench and on the road

Michael Krämer, P. Brandstätt, B. Bošković

Wind noise testing at the full scale aeroacoustic wind tunnel of Shanghai Automotive Wind Tunnel Center

Yinzhi He, Z. Yang, Y. Wang

Active versus passive sound systems for air intake systems

Matthias Alex, B. Huurdeman

With Diesel into the age of super ultra low emission vehicles

Dirk Samuelsen, J. Gerhardt, H. Lüders, S. Scherer, M. Strobel

Combination of electrically heated catalytic converter and SCR@DPF for challenging V-TDI projects

Henning Lörch, Stefan Möhn, U. Weiss, J. Haas

Diesel engine and aftertreatment strategies to meet real driving emissions legislation

Roscoe Sellers, A. Ward

DLR@UniST – Synergies emerging from integrating four individual electric drives in a lightweight chassis controlled by intelligent driving strategies

Andreas Höfer, H. Friedrich, A. Schumann, A. Wiesebrock

Analysis of new freedoms in future vehicle interiors

Theodoros Tzivanopoulos, J. Stieg, P. Krasteva, T. Vietor

Analysis of Chinese market demands concerning chassis attributes

Felix Schröder, Andreas Wagner

Optimization of climatic wind tunnel operation by analyzing influences of relative humidity on the temperatures of vehicle components.

Andrea Nati, C. Hornreich, C. J. Kähler

On-road aerodynamic efficiency under realistic transient wind conditions

Ales Alajbegovic, B. Duncan, J. Gargoloff

Numerical aeroacoustics at Mercedes Benz – progress and challenges

Volker Schwarz

ECODyNIS „Sichere Elektromobilität und nachhaltige CO2-Reduktion durch Dynamische Navigation In Städten mit Verkehrsinformationen über Digital Radio“

Gert Siegle

Robust traction control coordinated with driver intention

Chi Jin, Z. Yu, L. Xiong, Y. Chen

Automatic cruise control for electric vehicles – Statistical consumption and driver acceptance analysis in a representative test person study on public roads

H.-C. Reuss, Andreas Freuer, M. Grimm

Model-based calibration of engine controller using automated transient design of experiment

Nils Tietze, U. Konigorski, C. Fleck, D. Nguyen-Tuong

TRSim Air Path – A library to simulate the air path of any diesel engine

Christian Bessai, F. Cornelius, D. Heß, P. M. Isaac Delso

Simulation of diesel engine emissions by coupling 1-D with data-based models

Thorsten Huber, T. Kruse, G. Cornetti

The chassis dynamometer as real world driving environment

Till Weber, C. Beidl, T. Düser, C. Gietzelt

Model-based load change reaction optimization using vehicle drivetrain test beds

Julien Pillas, F. Kirschbaum, R. Jakobi, A. Gebhardt, F. Uphaus

Control of an engine test-bench via hardware-software-co-simulation

Josef Zehetner, M. Benedikt, M. Wierse, H. Kokal, M. Paulweber, G. Stettinger, B. Toye
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