Testing Symposium

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What are the constants that count in this time of change?

...for example, the continuation of a series of conferences that has always dealt with testing and its procedures and that has always adapted and (further) developed with the change in powertrains. Today, the focus has shifted to the electric powertrain, because it will determine our future more than ever. For this reason, we invite you to the

The symposium primarily intends to be a platform for exchanging ideas on the new focus areas of testing and the resulting test methodologies and is dedicated to all facets of testing and diagnostics of the electrified powertrain. It is thus a stage for fresh ideas, innovative approaches to solutions, and the exchange of knowledge and experience in all aspects of the e-drive.

The International AVL Electric Powertrain Testing Symposium covers all domains related to the electric powertrain.

This content and the range of disciplines make the symposium unique.

What will be the focus?
Increasingly powerful components must be optimally integrated into the electrified powertrain to fully exploit their potential. In the symposium, we will therefore address issues from the areas of application and validation, for example – from the individual component to the system. This begins with the development of measurement methods and their application in tests and then continues with validation through to the homologation of components, systems or entire vehicles. The focus is not, for example, on the question of which technology characterizes a vehicle battery, an inverter or a new packaging concept, but on the approach and validation or test method to be used to develop the advantages of this technology in the drive system and thus make the best possible use of them.

Why should I participate?
The International AVL Electric Powertrain Testing Symposium is dedicated to topics on how the environmentally friendly e-drive can be optimally further developed based on new technologies and thus find full acceptance by your customers. It is therefore the

- Global platform for learning and exchange for engineers in component and system development for the electrified powertrain, as well as for department and division managers from automotive and mobility industry companies.

- Employees from the fields of measurement technology and system validation.

- Speakers and participants come from the designated domains around the electric drive, which deal with integration measurements in drive systems or applications and their testing.

 

With this holistic approach, we offer all those interested an excellent opportunity to learn from others and to exchange ideas about the challenges in safeguarding electrified drives from concept to series production across disciplines.

Presentation language
English
German
Location
Congress Centrum Würzburg

Pleichertorstraße
97070 Würzburg
Germany

Topics
  • Energy supply
  • Drive intelligence
  • Thermal management, energy management and flows
  • Range and weight optimization
  • Software architecture
  • Charging infrastructure
  • Consistent quality assurance in development, production and use in the field
  • Sustainability in testing
  • New and future technologies
  • Fuel Cell electric propulsion

Registration fee
1200,00 €

Contribution volume Included
Catering Included
Evening Program Included

 

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University members
650,00 €

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Students
250,00 €

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The quality of the technical papers is guaranteed by the Program Committee.
We would like to thank:

Program Committee

Helmut Iancu

Helmut Iancu
AVL List GmbH

Roland Jeutter

Roland Jeutter
AVL Deutschland GmbH

Horst Hammerer

Horst Hammerer
AVL SET GmbH

Prof. Malte Jaensch

Prof. Malte Jaensch
Technical University of Munich

Prof. Malte Jaensch

Prof. Nejila Parspour
Institute for Electrical Energy Conversion

Prof. Hans-Georg Schweiger

Prof. Hans-Georg Schweiger
University of Applied Sciences Ingolstadt

Prof. Hermann Rottengruber

Prof. Hermann Rottengruber
Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg

Prof. Hermann Rottengruber

Dr. Rüdiger Teichmann
AVL List GmbH

Felix von Neffe

Felix von Neffe
AVL Deutschland GmbH

Would you like to actively participate in the 15th International AVL Electric Powertrain Testing Symposium and contribute to the success of the event with your own presentation? Until January 13, 2023, you have the opportunity to submit your lecture topic on one of the following topics:

  • Energy supply
  • Drive intelligence
  • Thermal management, energy management and flows
  • Range and weight optimization
  • Software architecture
  • Charging infrastructure
  • Consistent quality assurance in development, production and field use
  • Sustainability in testing
  • New and future technologies

We are looking forward to receiving your abstract with a maximum of 3000 characters, including title, authors, co-authors and company names as well as contact details. Please send it to the contact below by January 13, 2023, at the latest:

AVL Deutschland GmbH
Sabine Müller
Peter-Sander-Straße 32
55252 Mainz-Kastel
sabine.mueller@avl.com
Phone: +49-6134-717916

June 20, 2023
9:00

Opening and Keynotes; Session Chairperson: Dr. R. Teichmann – AVL List GmbH

Welcome and Opening of the Symposium
Prof. H. List – AVL List GmbH
The Evolution of the Electric Powertrain: Technology, Trends and Implications for Future Testing
Prof. M. Jaensch – Technical University of Munich
Connecting Component Test Benches – Challenges and Way Forward 
A. Vijay, Dr. Ch. Trapp – University of the Bundeswehr Munich; F. Heckert – German Aerospace Center
Efficient Testing of Electrified Powertrains through Networked Component Test Benches
Dr. Ch. Schyr – AVL Deutschland GmbH; K. Bause, K. Wolter – Karlsruhe Institute of Technology 

June 20, 2023
11:00

Coffee Break

June 20, 2023
11:30

Electric Powertrain; Session Chairperson: Prof. M. Jaensch – Technical University of Munich

Virtual Testing
R. Banzhaf – Porsche Engineering Services GmbH
Electric Motor Mounting System Validation With Subsystem and Powered E-axle Tests
E. Kruse, Dr. H. Sell, Dr. F. Löcken – Vibracoustic SE & Co. KG
New Challenges in the Acoustic Evaluation of Electric Powertrains
Dr. T. Luft, Dr. S. Schneider, Prof. H. Rottengruber – Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg

June 20, 2023
13:00

Lunch

June 20, 2023
14:30

Battery; Session Chairperson: Prof. H. G. Schweiger – Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt

Combining Testing and Digital Development – A Battery Fast-Charging Analysis
Dr. J. Richter, Dr. A. Schmidt, Dr. M. Schönleber – Batemo GmbH
Investigation of the Remaining Service Life of Li-Ion Batteries in Cell Development: Precise Measurements for Rapid Prediction of Cell Life
D. Schürholz, Dr. B. Schweighofer, Prof. H. Wegleiter – Graz University of Technology
Composite Technologies for Next Generation BEV – Advanced HV Battery System Development Aided by Digital Tools & Sophisticated Validation Methods
Dr. B. Lüddecke, H. Atsbha, Dr. A. Petcu, J. Roscher, Dr. K. Bayramkulov, Dr. M. Lipperheide, F. Haas, Dr. R. W. Jorach – Kautex Textron GmbH & Co. KG

June 20, 2023
16:00

Coffee Break

June 20, 2023
16:30

E-Motor; Session Chairperson: Prof. N. Parspour – University of Stuttgart

Power and Efficiency Analysis on High-Performance Electric Powertrains in Test Benches and Test Vehicles
J. Mathä – CSM GmbH
Aging Mechanisms and Lifetime Modeling of Electric Traction Machines
T. Petri – Robert Bosch GmbH; Prof. N. Parspour – Institute of Electrical Energy Conversion, University of Stuttgart
Torque Increase by Maximizing Current Density Using a Direct Fluid Conductor Cooling System
M. Adebahr, M. Hempel, D. Jahnke – Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Technology and Advanced Materials IFAM
Electric Powertrains – Rotor Temperature Measurement Supporting the E-motor’s Calibration and Thermal Safety
A. Poms, Prof. H. Wegleiter, Dr. B. Schweighofer – Graz University of Technology; Dr. H. Philipp, A. Sinmaz, G. Máté Kiss, M. Probst, Dr. E. Winklhofer – AVL List GmbH; T. Oberholz – AVL Schrick GmbH

June 21, 2023
9:00

Fuel Cell; Session Chairperson: Prof. H. Rottengruber – Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg

Use Cases of Hydrogen – Reasons for Choosing It as a Fuel and Energy Carrier
Dr. R. von Helmolt – PGUB Management Consultants GmbH
Design and Implementation of the Fuel Cell Test Benches at the Center for Method Development
S. C. Konradt, Prof. H. Rottengruber – Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg
EU Type Approval and Certification of Components or Hydrogen-Powered Vehicles
M. Sekura – TÜV Süd Product Service GmbH; T. Frohn – TÜV Süd Auto Service GmbH

June 21, 2023
10:45

Coffee Break

June 21, 2023
11:15

Electric Aviation; Session Chairperson: H. Iancu – AVL List GmbH

Systems Engineering Methodology on a Multi-Integration Test Environment for Fuel Cell Flight Propulsion Systems
G. Hacker, J. Fritz – AVL List GmbH; C. Bever, I. Thiele – AVL Deutschland GmbH; Dr. C. Bänsch, J. Weiss, Dr. D. Diarra – German Aerospace Center
Validation Platform for eVTOL Propulsion Systems
S. Dillmann, Dr. L. F. Berg, Prof. M. Doppelbauer, S. Reuter, F. Schmidt, J. Böckelmann, A. Schröder – Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology ICT
Powertrain Testing and Integration for an eVTOL Aircraft Facing Certification
L. Wollenburg, Z. Shakil – Lilium eAircraft GmbH

June 21, 2023
12:45

Lunch

June 21, 2023
14:00

Transformation; Session Chairperson: F. von Neffe – AVL Deutschland GmbH

Efficient Validation Through the Use of Highly Automated Test Bed Systems for HV Powertrains and the Complete Vehicle
M. Decker, D. Weleba – AVL List GmbH
Construction of a Test Bench for Dynamic Wireless Power Transfer Systems
L. Elbracht, Ch. Grüner – Institute of Electrical Energy Conversion, University of Stuttgart
Testing and Validation of a Solar-Electric Vehicle
M. Volmer – Sono Motors GmbH
Transformation of an Industry – Energy Conversion and Data Use as an Opportunity
F. Loogen – e-mobil BW GmbH
Closing Remarks
R. Jeutter – AVL Deutschland GmbH

June 21, 2023
16:15

End of Symposium

Do you have any questions about the event?


Our event managers are delighted to assist.


Venue:
Congress Centrum Würzburg
Pleichertorstraße
97070 Würzburg

Registration fee:
All fees include proceedings, catering and evening program (plus VAT).

€ 1200,- Registration fee
€ 950,- Early bird (till March 10, 2023)
€ 650,- for members of universities (limited)
€ 250,- for students (limited)
€ 0,– speakers (free of charge)

Terms of payment:
30 days from date of invoice, net

Cancellations:
The registration fee will be reimbursed (minus € 70,- for administrative costs – students € 20,- – plus VAT) provided that a written cancellation is received by April 21th, 2023 (postal date). Cancellations after this date will result in the forfeit of the full registration fee.
In case of cancellation or rescheduling of the forum, we will refund the registration fee in full.

Presentation languages:
German and English (simultaneous translation)

Please address any organizational questions to:
AVL Deutschland GmbH
Sabine Müller
Peter-Sander-Straße 32
55252 Mainz-Kastel
Phone: +49 6134 7179-16
Email: sabine.mueller@avl.com

We have reserved rooms for this event. Under the following link you have access to the room contingents and can book your accommodation directly:
www.wuerzburg.de/avl

The application deadline for the call-off quota is May 08, 2023

AVL Deutschland GmbH is supporting free participation for students. If you are interested in networking and access to expert knowledge please apply via email symposium@avl.com.

Application criteria and selection process:
Subsidized places are applicable for Bachelor and Master students focusing on the topics of vehicle engineering, combustion engines, computer science, electrical engineering or comparable subjects.
Applications should contain a motivation letter, a confirmation of matriculation as well as certificates of completed examinations. If applications are on a par, further selection will be based on a “first-come, first-served” principle.

All submitted applications will be evaluated by the program committee. By submitting applications, students agree to these rules and eligibility requirements, especially that AVL may forward submitted documents to the program committee. Any recourse to courts of law is excluded.

Closing date for submission of application is the 23rd of April 2023.

Please submit your papers to the following email address: symposium@avl.com.

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