In this past presentation, Aymeric Rousseau, a Systems Modeling and Control Group Manager at Argonne National Laboratory, shares how to optimize the functionality of vehicle technologies in various driving conditions. Rousseau additionally gives a statistical analysis of technology combinations and derived energy benefits.
Juergen Wiesenberger, Head of Hybrid Electrical Vehicles North America at Continental AG, made this exclusive presentation on the topics of accounting for extra components added into powertrain design for dual voltage capabilities, interactions between 12V and 48V for on-board systems, buck and boost power conversions, developments in DC-DC converters to facilitate bi-directional power supply conversions, and the additional steps needed to design vehicles with a single 48V power source.
Matthew Denlinger, Battery Research Engineer at Ford Motor Company, made this exclusive presentation on the topic of advanced energy storage solutions.
Examining The Safety Case For Lithium Ion Batteries: Management/Control Systems To Protect The End-User
Oliver Gross, Technical Fellow of Energy Storage Systems at FCA US LLC, made this presentation at last year's Low Voltage Vehicle Electrification Summit. He discusses in depth: monitoring the conditions of individual cells that form the battery, accepting and implementing commands from connected vehicle systems, and cyber security protocols to prevent intrusion into battery controls.
Yann Boëté, Power Electronics Specialist & Global System Responsible, Electrical Power Management System at Volvo Group, shares a current evaluation of 48V systems and addresses the different kinds of system architecture required for HD.