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4th International Symposium on Development Methodology

Handling complexity of modern powertrain principles!

4th International Symposium on Development Methodology


8th of November, 2011

Kurhaus, Wiesbaden, Germany

The International Symposium on Development Methodology has established itself as the central meeting place for engineers and management executives in drive development and will be back again in 2011 at the Wiesbaden Kurhaus, the inspirational venue for information and discussion at the highest level. In these traditional surroundings we will be confronted with a fundamental change in the drive discussions – because from today's viewpoint there is no way around the electrification topic.

The 4th International Symposium on Development Methodology takes up the challenge to close the gap between traditional drives and electrification. Although the subjects of electrification and hybridisation were taken into account at the last event, this time the focus will be intensified. We want to consider the whole spectrum, from further developments in combustion engines to electrical drives and all the associated components.

It is obvious that the development of methodology to increase driving range is of particular importance. But what are the priorities? Which methods enable differentiation in the market, shorter development time, secure concept decisions, balance between flexibility and costs and last but not least, the application of complex of integrated systems, as found in hybrid drives?

The high profile automotive industry program advisory board has overseen the program preparation and ensure the attendance of renowned speakers and cutting edge contributions. Therefore, like during the last symposium, we expect first hand information from Audi, BMW, Continental Automotive, Daimler, Ford UK, GM, Getrag, Honda Japan, Mahindra, Porsche, Steyr Motors,VW, ZF and well known engineering companies and universities. It will be exciting to hear which improvements have been achieved, for example, in the area of combining simulation and tests, development of ”in-the-loop-operation” and the systematic optimisation of brand new methods in business processes.

No one can say for sure which technologies will prevail in the medium and long term but methodology in any case is the key to success, perhaps the decisive enabler in order to secure advantage in international competition. We therefore expect an even wider circle of participants, and kindly ask you to make an appointment for the 8th and 9th November 2011 in the Wiesbaden Kurhaus.

It is my pleasure to invite you to discuss the state of technology and its future direction – I am looking forward to seeing you there!

Agenda

Conference Program 2011

Tuesday, 8th of November 2011

08:15 Welcome and Opening of the 4th International Symposium on Development Methodology
Prof. Dr. C. Beidl - Institut für Verbrennungskraftmaschinen, Darmstadt
Session 1*:
Methodology as a competitive advantage?!
Chairman: Prof. Dr. G. Hohenberg – IVD Prof. Hohenberg GmbH, Graz, Austria
08:30 Tomorrow´s customer: needs and expectations!
C. Ascheberg – Sigma Institut, Mannheim
09:00 General Motors´ Portfolio for the Vehicle Electrification
L. Nitz - General Motors Corporation, Detroit, USA
09:30 Ford Dunton Powertrain Test & Development Efficiency Pilot
L. Bellamy, S. Palmer, K. Tufail, T. Winstanley – Ford Motor Company, Dunton, United Kingdom
10:00 Coffe Break
10:45 Model based optimization of hybrid operation strategy
Dr. L. Fredersdorff, Dr. B. Klages, Dr. M. Zilmer - Volkswagen AG, Wolfsburg
11:15 Model-based operation strategy optimization for hybrid electric vehicles
Dr. Th. Winsel, Dr. T. Combé, Dr. R. Ellinger - AVL List GmbH, Graz, Austria
11:45 Development of Hybrid Vehicles for the Indian Market – Tailored Solution for Specific Requirements and Boundaries
A. Sriniwas, P. Prabaharan, R. Ramchandran - Mahindra & Mahindra LTD., Mumbai, India
Dr. R. Ellinger, Dr. P. Ebner, R. Schneider - AVL List GmbH, Graz, Austria
12:15 Lunch
Session 2.1*:
Examples from product development – methodology as “enabler“
Chairman: Prof. Dr. H. Eichlseder – Technische Universität Graz, Austria
13:45 From the road into the laboratory. Realistic simulation of environmental new possibilities in the development of complex vehicle systems.
Ch. Hornreich, Th. Kennerknecht - BMW Group, München
14:15 New methods for dynamic emission calibration
Dr. T. Combé, Dr. K. Steigerwald, P. Hollerer, H. Mitterecker, M.-S. Vogels, Th. Wimmler - AVL List GmbH, Graz, Austria
14:45 Synergetic method for concept design and calibration of Diesel exhaust aftertreatment emission legislation
Dr. K. Langeheinecke, F. Schrade, S - IAV GmbH, Gifhorn
15:15 Coffee Break
16:00 Modular Structure for the Development of Hybrid Operating Strategies – An important Step towards Efficient Optimization
M. Bier, M. Kluin, Prof. Dr. C. Beidl - Institut für Verbrennungskraftmaschinen, Technische Universität Darmstadt
16:30 Thermal management of engine control units – Simplified physical model creation and calibration
M. Decker, Th. Riepl - Continental Automotive GmbH, Hannover
17:00 Calibration methods in the Engine development at Mercedes-Benz Cars – The Daimler tool suite
Dr. E. Nitzschke, Dr. F. Kirschbaum - Daimler AG, Stuttgart
17:30 Development of innovative hybrid- and pure-electric drivetrains
Dr. U. Knödel, U. Ch. Blessing - Getrag Getriebe- und Zahnradfabrik Hermann Hagenmeyer GmbH & Cie KG, Untergruppenbach
18:30 Bus Transfer to Evening Event – Departure from the front of the Kurhaus
19:00 Welcome Cocktail followed by Dinner approx.
23:30 Return of buses

Wednesday, 9th of November 2011

Session 2.2*:
Examples from product development – methodology as “enabler“
Chairman: Prof. Dr. M. Fister - Universität Kassel
08:30 Energetic Modelling of Gear Shifts by Means of Design of Experiments as a Requirement for Optimal Operating Strategies
T. Radke, Dr. M. Roth, Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG Prof. Dr. F. Gauterin, J. Schröter, Prof. Dr. Dr. A. Albers, T.Weyand, Th. Ch. Schmall - Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, Karlsruhe
09:00 The “Hybrid Effect“: Influence of Hybridisation on the Durability of Automatic Transmissions
Th. Lavall - ZF Getriebe GmbH, Friedrichshafen
09:30 Powertrain Testing at Daimler AG
Dr. T. Schwämmle, Dr.W. Klos, M. Müller, M. Schenk – Daimler AG, Stuttgart
10:00 Coffee Break
10:30 Statistical Investigation about Predictive Accuracy of Engine Empirical Models Using Design of Experiments
Dr. Y. Kitamura, A. Sekikawa, M. Tokoro, N. Tomatsu, T. Uchimoto, H. Yuasa, A. Kato, M. Sato – Honda R&D Co., Ltd., Automobile R&D Center, Tochigi, Japan
11:00 Possibilities for target-oriented application of dynamic models in engine calibration
A. Schreiber, M. Kowalczyk, Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. R. Isermann – Institut für Automatisierungstechnik und Mechatronik, Technische Universität Darmstadt
11:30 Model Based Calibration for Diesel Engines
Dr.W. Baumann, Dr. K. Röpke -IAV GmbH, Berlin
A. Frank, S. Stelzer – Audi AG, Neckarsulm
12:00 Lunch
Session 3*
Lean processes – new applications
Chairman: Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. R. Isermann – Technische Universität Darmstadt
13:30 A modular diesel engine family for marine, military, aviation and stationary applications with high specific power. A development challange from start of design to start of production.
M. Aschaber - Steyr Motors, Graz, Austria
14:00 OEM and Supplier comprehensive Development and Process Optimization by CAD/PLM-Integration
P. Dorfer, H. Riener, H.Wesp - Magna Powertrain, St. Valentin, Austria
14:30 Tool-aided driveability calibration
Dr. R. Beck, Dr. A. Schlosser - FEV Motorentechnik GmbH, Aachen
15:30 Voltec – The propulsion system for Chevrolet Volt and Opel Ampera
M. Cisternino - General Motors Corporation, Detroit, USA
16:00 The future has a sensor. Location awareness meets Powertrain Controls
Dr. F. Pfister - AVL List GmbH, Graz, Austria
B. Schick - IPG Automotive GmbH, Karlsruhe
16:30 Closing Remarks
Prof. Dr.-techn. C. Beidl
17:00 End of conference