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International Forum Automotive Thermal Management 2018

Conference Program

Forum Day Two/ Tuesday, November 20, 2018

8:30 - 9:00

Registration with Coffee & Tea

9:00 - 9:10

Keynote Speech

Morning Session Chaired by:

Dr. Kamel Azzouz

Head of Advanced Engineering

Valeo, France

 
9:10 - 9:40 

Thermal Management of Li Ion Batteries: Key to Degradation and Performance

  • Daimler´s way into an electric future
  • Experiences with battery degradation in the market
  • Major reasons for degradation and possible countermeasures
  • Battery and electric powertrain technologies of the future
  • Thermal management possibilities
  

Alfred Jeckel

Manager Battery Integration

Daimler AG, Germany

 9:40 - 10:20 

Interactive Session: Internéct at Speed
Introduce yourself to the other participants with the series of brief one to one meetings. Get to know the other participants and "break the ice"

 10:20 - 10:50

Refreshment & Networking Break - Exhibition

10:50 - 11:20 

MOBICUS Project: Battery Αgeing Models and Thermal Management Strategies for Improved Durability
  • Electric Vehicles development and challenges of battery ageing
  • French National collaborative project MOBICUS
  • Design of experiment and Development of electro-thermal and durability models
  • Thermal Management strategies for better durability
  • Applications to first and second life batteries

Dr. Philippe Gyan

Research Engineer

Renault, France


 11:20 - 11:50 

Sponsor A Smart Combination of 1D and 3D CFD Methods to Address the Impact of Active Grille Shutters on Vehicle Fuel Economy and Underhood Thermal Management 
  • Assessment (through simulation) of Active Grille Shutters (AGS) impact on vehicle aerodynamic drag, hence fuel economy while taking into account underhood thermal management
  • Demonstration of optimal combination of 3D CFD and 1D methods
             - A 3D CFD model of a full vehicle including AGS to determine the vehicle aerodynamic drag and underhood inlet coefficient of pressure as a function of AGS opening position
            - A system model (1D) including underhood thermal management to assess fuel economy over driving cycles and using the previous 3D CFD mapped information for the AGS and heat exchanger air velocity
             - A new methodology called Embedded CFD combining both methods into a single model and showing a very good compromise between model fidelity and fast simulation time suitable for early design stage

Benoit Honel

Product Manager-Simcenter Amesim

Siemens Industry Software, France

 
11:50 - 12:20
 
Engineering of High Voltage Component Cooling System on Example of UMP Project
  • UMP (Unified Modular Platform) project overview
  • Boundary conditions and loads
  • Cooling system layout of the High Voltage components
  • Thermal management simulation and test activity
  • Result analysis

Oleg Kharlamov, Team Leader of Thermal Management Group FSUI "NAMI", Russia

12:20 - 13:20
   
Networking Lunch - Exhibition
 
13:20 - 13:30
 
 Keynote Speech
Afternoon Session Chaired by:

Takashi Takiguchi

Chief Engineer of Cooling & Heat Resistence


Honda R&D Co. Ltd., Japan

 
13:30 - 14:00
 
Jaguar I-Pace Heat Flux Management System
  • Overview of the HFMS system in Jaguar I-Pace
  • Heat pump modes and operations
  • Range and system efficiency at  different ambients
  • Benefits of system to global customers 
 

 

 

 

 

Nilabza Dutta

Technical Specialist, Thermal Energy Management

Chris Chatham

Group Leader, Climate Thermal Fluids

Jaguar Land Rover, UK

 

 
14:00 - 14:30
 
Development of the New Aston Martin Vantage
  • Simulation tools
  • Drive cycles
  • Test facilities

Robert Timmis

Senior Aerodynamicist

Aston Martin Lagonda, UK

 
14:30 -15:00
 
Refreshment & Networking Break - Exhibition

15:00 - 15:30

Interactive Session –Team Debate with Q&As
Share your views in a lively debate with your team members while solving a technical question.
 
15:30 - 15:40 

Voting for the Best Automotive Thermal Management Supplier Award & Award Ceremony 

15:40 - 15:50

Voting for the Best Speaker Award & Award Ceremony

15:50 - 16:00

Closing Remarks By the Organiser

 
 
Maria Nikolopoulou
Managing Director
Internect Ltd.

 

16:00 -16:30 

Refreshment & Networking Break - Exhibition

16.30-18.00

Evening  Workshops: Led by the Workshop leader, the aim of this session is to offer you the chance to interact with your peers, raise questions, share views and opinions in a targeted participant field. 

Workshop C: Thermal Modelling and System Simulation Workshop D: Thermal Management for EVs/HEVs

Robert Timmis

Senior Aerodynamicist

Aston Martin Lagonda, UK

 

 

Dr. Philippe Gyan

Research Engineer

Renault, France