Agenda Day 2

8:30 am - 9:00 am Registraion and welcome coffee

9:00 am - 9:10 am Opening remarks by the conference chairman, Dr. Dirk Neumeister

9:10 am - 9:50 am New thermal management solutions for EVs – An integrated and energy-saving approach for cabin, battery and e-motors

Walter Ferraris - Thermal Systems Development, Centro Ricerche FIAT

• Presenting the OPTUS project: OPTimized Energy Management and Use
• Tackling the range vs. optimal ambient conditions bottleneck by leveraging low energy
consumption and energy harvesting through an integrated vehicle-occupant-centered control
• New thermal management system and its functionalities that will maximize the performance by
properly handling the temperature level for batteries, powertrain and cabin Experimental results
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Walter Ferraris

Thermal Systems Development
Centro Ricerche FIAT

9:50 am - 10:30 am Development of next generation fluids for thermal management

Dr. Volker Null - Technology Manager Thermal Fluids, Shell Global Solutions (Deutschland) GmbH
• Fluids for direct cooling systems based on Shell Gas-to-Liquid (GTL) technology
• CFD Simulation under HPC conditions
• Performance of immersive cooled batteries with GTL fluids
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Dr. Volker Null

Technology Manager Thermal Fluids
Shell Global Solutions (Deutschland) GmbH

10:30 am - 11:00 am Coffee and networking

11:00 am - 11:40 am Cooling methods for power electronics

Dr. Simon Hart - CTO (Controllers and Power Electronics), YASA
The thermal management of power devices is key to providing compact and robust solutions.
This presentation will discuss the current state of the art and look to identify future technology trends
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Dr. Simon Hart

CTO (Controllers and Power Electronics)
YASA

11:40 am - 12:20 pm Battery thermal management system using an highly advanced dielectric fluid

Dr. Nicolas Champagne - Formulation Team Manager, R&D, Total
• Improvements to the battery thermal management system have now become crucial to extend
battery lifetime and tolerate the thermal stresses during fast charge.
• An innovative thermal management system for batteries based on a newly developed, highly
advanced dielectric fluid in direct contact with the electrochemical cells is presented.
• The presentation shares our experimental and simulation test results that demonstrate the benefit
of such a solution for a 40kWh battery pack fast charged at 4C
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Dr. Nicolas Champagne

Formulation Team Manager, R&D
Total

12:20 pm - 1:50 pm Networking luncheon

• Potential for weight and volume reductions in heat pumps/air conditioners
• New heat exchanger design methods
• Brief discussion of novel cooling/heat pumping technologies
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Prof. Reinhard Radermacher

Director of the Center for Environmental Energy Engineering (CEEE)
University of Maryland

2:30 pm - 3:10 pm Ultra-compact, high power density turbocompressor for air-conditioning and heating in EV and HEV

Jürg Alexander Schiffmann - Professor, EPFL
• Insights into the technology of small-scale and high-speed turbocompressor supported on
gas-lubricated bearings
• These novel machines are oil-free, silent, require no maintenance and increase the power density
by one order of magnitude
• Applications to air supply units for fuels cells and for waste heat recovery on internal
combustion engines
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Jürg Alexander Schiffmann

Professor
EPFL

3:10 pm - 3:50 pm Sensitivity analysis of thermo-physiological and thermal sensation models

Ilango Thiagalingam - Research Engineer in Thermal Comfort and Energy Efficiency, Vedecom
• Interactions between the complex transient thermal environment and human thermo-physiology
using numerical simulations in order to predict the occupants’ thermal comfort
• A sensitivity analysis study to determine the required accuracy on the environmental and
thermo-physiological parameters
• Predicting the local thermal sensations with an acceptable accuracy
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Ilango Thiagalingam

Research Engineer in Thermal Comfort and Energy Efficiency
Vedecom

3:50 pm - 4:20 pm Afternoon coffee break

4:20 pm - 5:00 pm Optimizing energy consumption of an electric bus HVAC system – improving range and thermal comfort

Anouk Hol - Aerodynamics and Energy Specialist, VDL Enabling Transport Solutions BV
Challenges of HVAC systems in electric buses
• Solutions to tackle these challenges by control strategies that trade-off between energy
consumption and thermal comfort
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Anouk Hol

Aerodynamics and Energy Specialist
VDL Enabling Transport Solutions BV

5:00 pm - 5:40 pm Cabin climate comfort optimization of Streetscooter eLCV

Dr. Raffaele Capuano - Head of Thermal Management, StreetScooter GmbH
• Streetscooter GmbH: from Start-Up to OEM
• Challenges of climate comfort for electric light commercial vehicles
• Applied solutions in the Streetscooter fleet
• Next steps and future challenges for upcoming Streetscooter models
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Dr. Raffaele Capuano

Head of Thermal Management
StreetScooter GmbH

5:40 pm - 5:50 pm Closing remarks by the conference chairman, Dr. Dirk Neumeister

6:30 pm - 9:00 pm E-MOTOR & NVH BEHAVIOR: INTEGRATION AND EFFICIENCY

This workshop’s primary goal is to provide an in-depth look on noise and vibration behavior
of electric motors since an electric powertrain features additional and different components
as well as new operation modes compared to a conventional powertrain.
The workshop is aimed to provide some concrete examples on e-motor integration.
In this workshop you will be able to:
• Provide design guideline of how to optimize emotor for NVH
• Vehicle integration techniques for motor/invertor whine sound reduction
• Demonstrate NVH analysis method to achieve best in class motor