(Technologie energieeffizienter Fahrzeuge, II)
In cooperation with 60 co-authors
201 S., 136 Abb., 20 Tab.
Based on actual development reports, system descriptions and case studies, the present state of technology and current trends in research and development in the field of energy efficient vehicles are discussed.
North American Automotive Market and Technology Trends in Interior Mechatronics – Predictions, an Approach Based on the Development of Selected Technologies – ISO 26262: A Work Product Oriented View – Aspects of Function Partitioning in Respect to Power Management – Generating Optimized Stochastic Power Management Strategies for Electric Car Components – Integrated Approach for Efficient Energetic Evaluation of Vehicles Using Virtual Methods – Combined Simulation of Energy and Thermal Management for an Electric Vehicle – InEco: Energy Efficiency by Ultra-Lightweight Composite Construction – Converted Vehicle for Battery Electric Drive: Aspects on the Design of the Software-Driven Vehicle Control Unit – Möglichkeiten und Herausforderungen bei Dienstleistungen für die energieeffiziente Mobilität – Simulation and Evaluation of (eVehicle) Charging Strategies Based on Renewable Energy Availability – Causes for Torque Degradation During Deceleration and the Effect on the Driving Range of Battery Electric Vehicles – Investigation into the Traction System of Battery-Driven Vehicle (Electric Motorcar) with Super Capacitors – Dual Voltage Power Supply with 48 Volt – Determining an Energy Optimal Thermal Management Strategy for Electric Driven Vehicles – Thermoelectric Generator Systems for Waste Heat Usage in Diesel Electric Vehicles – Performance and Efficiency of a Hydraulic Hybrid Powertrain – Efficiency Optimization for Transmissions in Customer Operation – Loss Minimization Control and Efficiency Determination of Electric Drives in Traction Applications
Researchers, developers, product planners and managers of car manufacturers, system suppliers, service providers and research institutes.
Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bernard Bäker, Department of Vehicle Mechatronics, Institute of Automotive Technologies Dresden – IAD, Dresden University of Technology
Dipl.-Ing. Lutz Morawietz, Department of Vehicle Mechatronics, Dresden University of Technology; IAM GmbH Dresden