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Bargende, Michael

17. Internationales Stuttgarter Symposium

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Table of contents

1. Recruitment for excellence – The German path for research university
Wolfram Ressel

2. Assessing job candidates for fit – How headhunters select and hire the best job candidates
Wolfgang K. Eckelt

3. Recruiting@Bosch
Jörg Stock

4. TDI at Le Mans
Ulrich Baretzky

5. Porsche 919 Hybrid – Background of development
Malte Huneke

6. WRC: Production technology drives Motorsport, Formula 1: Motorsport drives production technology
Donatus Wichelhaus

7. Powerful, quiet, long lasting – Battery-driven forestry and garden tools
Heiko Rosskamp

8. Prediction of energy consumption for an automatic ancillary unit regulation
Kurt Kruppok, C. Gutenkunst, R. Kriesten, E. Sax

9. Car and more sharing of e-vehicles in the project SaxMobility II and the results
Rene Budich, M. Hübner

10. Modellbasierte Beschreibung von Umfangskräften bei kleinen Geschwindigkeiten
Paul Heimann

11. Understanding of transient tire behavior by measuring carcass deformation and contact patch shape
Pavel Sarkisov, J. Kubenz, G. Prokop, S. Popov

12. Modelling of high volume agricultural tyres for driving dynamics investigations
Alexander Bürger, S. Böttinger

13. Investigation of thermodynamic and chemical influences on knock for the working process calculation
Aleksandar Fandakov, M. Grill, M. Bargende, A. Casal Kulzer

14. Development of optimized exhaust gas heating strategies for passenger car Diesel engines by means of variable valve train applications
Kai Deppenkemper, M. Günther, S. Pischinger

15. Multivariable air path and fuel path control for a Diesel engine with homogeneous combustion
Philipp Skarke, C. Auerbach, M. Bargende, H.-J. Berner

16. Industry 4.0 and the change in automotive production
Susann Kärcher

17. Wege zur Produktion der Zukunft – Selbst disruptiv bleiben
Dietmar K. Michel

18. On the way to the cyber physical car (CPC)
Bernhard Budaker

19. Bosch common rail for passenger car/light duty – The first 20 years
Thomas Wintrich, M. Krüger, D. Naber, D. Zeh, C. Hinrichsen, C. Uhr, D. Köhler, H. Rapp

20. 20 years of CDI Diesel engines – A success story of common rail at Mercedes-Benz
Peter Lückert, S. Ellwanger, S. Arndt, M. Paule

21. TDI: Yesterday – today – tomorrow
Thomas Reuss, M. Gruber, S. Haas, A. J. Kerckhoff

22. Operation strategy and control of a dual-injectionsystem for gasoline engines
Gerald Graf, A. Kiefer, M. Leder

23. Numerical investigation of road simulation in model scale wind tunnel
Henrik Heidorn, A. Wäschle, T. Kuthada, J. Wiedemann

24. PhD program HYBRID: Concepts for actuation on demand CVT’s
Peter Musch, W. Klement, Q. Shi, M. Bargende

25. Analysis of a lab-based measure concept for the acoustics of high pressure fuel pumps
Simon Schindler, T. Hergemöller, T. Koch, O. Tödter

26. Roadmap to a de-fossilized powertrain
Ulrich Schulmeister, S. Eppler, A. Christ

27. Influence of rotor position on the design of electric drive system
Norbert Neidig, Q. Werner, R. Lehmann, M. Doppelbauer

28. Efficient noise-vibration-harshness-modeling for squirrel-cage induction drives in EV applications
Philipp Kotter, W. M. Bischof, C. Köpf, K. Wegener

29. Thermal modelling of electric machine during the early development phase
Robert Lehmann, Q. Werner, N. Neidig, F. Gauterin

30. Design of permanent magnet synchronous machines for self-sensing control in electric vehicles
Lei Chen, G. Götting, I. Hahn

31. vRDE – A virtual extension of the RDE tool chain
Markus Wenig, D. Artuković, C. Armbruster, N. Framke

32. A step towards RDE compliance of LD Diesel engines applying variable valve train
Michael Elicker, W. Christgen, F. Himsel, V. Schmidt, M. Brauer, R. Pohlke

33. Impact of varying ambient conditions during RDE on the measurement result of the AVL Gas PEMS iS
Volker Pointner, T. Schimpl, R. Wanker

34. Measures to fulfill “real driving emission (RDE)” with Diesel passenger cars
Dirk Naber, A. Kufferath, M. Krüger, R. Maier, S. Scherer, H. Schumacher

35. Fast models for battery cooling system design
Ed Tate, C.- W. Chang, A. Alajbegovic, W. Jansen, A. Bushell, B. Stegmann

36. Aerodynamics, thermal management and protection for daily use and race track: Extreme requirements for the new Porsche Panamera
Markus Henrich, M. Brzoza, O. Fischer, J. Niewöhner

37. Thermal management of a battery electric high performance sports car
Alexander U. Kayser, J. Wiedemann, T. Kuthada, N. Widdecke

38. Thermal behaviour of a SUV car with a fully coupled 3D-CFD CHT simulation
Frederik Posselt, L. Gorli, K. Claramunt, B. Leonard, Y. Li

39. Plasma spheroidised metals for additive manufacturing
Ivica Kolaric, C. Hubrich, R. Addinall

40. Nondestructive testing of 3D-hybrid components using air-coupled ultrasound
Wolfgang Essig, M. Kreutzbruck

41. Additive moulding & manufacturing at VMR
Thomas Viebrans

42. Entwicklung und Untersuchung einer leichten, funktionsintegrierten Karosserie in Metall-Sandwich-Bauweise
Michael Kriescher, M. Hampel, T. Grünheid, S. Brückmann, K. Oswald

43. Intelligent drive – On the way to automated driving
Christoph von Hugo

44. Early level 4/5 automation by restriction of the use-case
Michael Bolle, S. Knoop, F. Niewels, T. Schamm

45. Automated driving: Where are we today, where do we want to go?
Harald Naunheimer

46. Potential of a cabin heating system that combines convective air heating and radiation surfaces
Daniel Perak, D. Hemkemeyer

47. Challenges on the development of fine dust filters for vehicle interiors
Thomas Heininger, E. Hallbauer, C. Götzmann

48. Investigation of refraction properties of light at wetted vehicle glass planes
Thomas Landwehr, T. Kuthada, J. Wiedemann

49. Subjects based validation of ergonomic checks in tractors through motion capturing
Timo Schempp, S. Böttinger

50. Effects of driving functions’ reorganization on subsystems in electric drive systems
Katharina Bause, U. Reichert, S. Ott, A. Albers

51. Extended operating strategies of a PHEV with turbocharged-DI-SI-engine using catalyst properties
Felix Kercher, M. Auerbach, S. Grams, M. Bargende

52. Heuristic operating strategies for parallel hybrid vehicles in the context of model-based application
Georg Beierlein, R. Ließner, R. Fechert, B. Bäker

53. Fuel and CO2 savings in real driving using machine learning HEV operating strategy
Mark Schudeleit, W. Gu, F. Küçükay, M. Zhang

54. Model-based development of software-intensive systems based on open-source language workbench
Vincent Braibant, V. B. Singh, M. Dutre, F. Urciuoli, S. A. Sundaresan

55. Concepts for holistic interpretation and validation of vehicle diagnostics
Barbara Krausz, Kordian Komarek, H.-C. Reuss, M. Breuning

56. Metrics-based strategies for quality assurance of automotive embedded software
Christopher Kugler, S. Kowalewski, J. Richenhagen, R. Maquet, A. Schloßer

57. Effective regression testing for model-based automotive software using stochastic error propagation analysis
Andrey Morozov, T. Chen, K. Ding, K. Janschek

58. High efficiency oil separator for crankcase ventilation in passenger car applications
Thomas Schleiden, T. Warth, T. Wörz, T. Grein, M. Zürker

59. Pressure measurement of a timing chain tensioner: An investigation of sensor type and location
Thomas A. Lenz, H. Zimmermann, M. Bargende

60. Friction power measurements with a fired HDD engine – Method and initial results
Thomas Deuß, H. Ehnis, R. Schulze Temming, R. Künzel

61. Digital Shadow – From production to product
Denis Wohlfeld, V. Weiss, B. Becker

62. Method for 3D measurement and evaluation of joint geometries for adaptive robotic arc welding in the automotive industry
Alexander Kuss, T. Dietz

63. Microservice-oriented master control for AGV in the automotive factory of the future
Timur Tasci, C. Ellwein, M. M. Strljic, O. Riedel

64. Utilizing the digital prototype for a closed simulation process chain and data management
Christian Liebold, M. Vinot

65. Deep learning – Enabling cars to see, think, and learn for self-driving
Serkan Arslan

66. Future cars: Robots on wheels
Lars Reger

67. Compact radar sensors enabling autonomous driving
Christian Amsel, D. Stapel

68. The first series-production particulate filter for Mercedes-Benz gasoline engines
Peter Lanzerath, R. Wunsch, C. Schön

69. On board water recovery for water injection in high efficiency gasoline engines
Christoph Käppner, N. Garrido Gonzalez, J. Drückhammer, H. Lange, J. Fritzsche, M. Henn

70. A quasi-theoretical predictive 0D combustion model for 1D gasoline engine simulation
Yoshihiro Nomura, S. Yamamoto, M. Nagaoka, S. Diel, K. Kurihara, R. Shimizu, E. Murase

71. Influencing factors on steering wheel torque during the static parking manoeuvre
Mario Weinberger, G. Vena, D. Schramm

72. Characterization and degradation of active chassis systems
Kilian Dettlaff, U. Schaaf, I. Scharfenbaum, A. Wagner, J. Wiedemann

73. Development of an axle design process for the chassis design within the early development stage
Hendrik Abel, G. Prokop, R. Clauß, A. Wagner

74. Communication system enables grid integration of e-mobility
Ursel Willrett

75. 7 kW inductive charging: Comparison of circular and bipolar coil topologies
Philipp Schumann, O. Blum, U. Brenner, B. Mader

76. Evaluation method for energy storage concepts
Jens Bachstein, A. Daberkow, H.-C. Reuss

77. Study of the influence of low needle lifts process on the internal flow and spray characteristics in Diesel injection nozzle
Chao Gong, R. Baar

78. Cylinder deactivation improves Diesel aftertreatment and fuel economy for commercial vehicles
James McCarthy

79. Implementing a real time exhaust gas temperature model for a Diesel engine with ASC@ECU
Simon Wunderlin, A. Hurstel, E. Kloppenburg

80. A contribution to an improved joining simulation of car hood components
Felix Schuler, M. Rupp, M. Liewald

81. Big data for engineers – Human-centered perspectives
Alexander Paar, Stephan Blankenburg

82. Audit compliance in the vehicle calibration process
Thomas Wambera, G. Storfer

83. Audi chassis development – Attribute based component design
Andreas Wagner, S. van Putten

84. Increasing the efficiency of automotive development – Innovative approaches from an engineering service provider
Bernhard Bihr, B. Kudicke, S. Tafel

85. Future challenges for commercial vehicle development
Christian Kohrs

86. Detection of driver distraction based on driving data, interior camera and a capacitive steering wheel
Tobias Schüttke, K. Gillmeier, F. Diederichs, D. Spath

87. Validation environment for function development and coverage of ADAS in the car development process
Sebastian Lutz, A. Albers, M. Behrendt, T. Düser, R. Hettel

88. Automated driving with new levels at perceived safety & comfort
Erich Ramschak, J. Holzinger, E. Bogner, T. Schlömicher

89. 3rd generation Denoxtronic by Bosch – A next step in evolution
Michael Raff, E. Weingarten, T. Höffken

90. Impact of phosphorus on a conventional lean NOx trap for Diesel cars
Michael Maurer, T. Fortner, P. Holler, S. Zarl, H. Eichlseder

91. The Diesel in the focus of urban air quality – Exhaust concepts to fulfill RDE
Johannes Hipp, C. Beidl, H.-D. Noack, U. Göbel, I. Grisstede

92. Kinematics-based force/position control of a hexapod in a HiL axle test rig
Andreas Kohlstedt, S. Olma, P. Traphöner, K.-P. Jäker, A. Trächtler

93. Simulation-based identification of excitation spectra for a dynamic suspension test rig
Christoph Zauner, G. Boisdequin, M. Eisenbarth, T. Maulick, M. Plöchl, J. Edelmann

94. Investigations of the process of road matching on powertrain test rigs
Sebastian Weber, Y. Dursun, F. Kirschbaum, R. Jakobi, B. Bäker, J. Fischer

95. A method to predict skid resistance from texture using a rubber friction model
Markus Oeser, A. Ueckermann

96. Development of a real time friction estimation procedure
Gerd Müller, S. Müller

97. A numerical drainage model to simulate infiltration into porous pavements for higher road safety
Irmgard Rucker, W. Ressel

98. Ergonomics in the product development process at Daimler AG: A holistic approach
Attila Pirger, P. Wittemann, S. Bürkner, T. Gutschalk

99. Status demonstration of the interdisciplinary development regarding the upper limb exoskeleton .Stuttgart Exo-Jacket”
Tobias Rogge, U. Daub, A. Ebrahimi

100. Evaluation aspects of potential influences on human beings by wearing exoskeletal systems
Urban Daub

101. High expectations – The history of common rail fuel injection development for Daimler truck engines
Uwe Gärtner

102. The development of the common rail fuel injection system – A brief view in the mirror on ups and downs
Christian Weiskirch, W. Gotre, B. Röthlein, R. Rothenaicher

103. Current and future technology trends of injection systems for commercial vehicle applications
James Kewley, R. Judge, M. Graham, C. Cardon

104. Fully automated vehicles: Challenges, expectations and methods
Florian Bock, R. German, C. Sippl

105. Software architecture for highly automated driving: Easier and faster system development
Marcus Wärmer

106. A virtual environment for the development and validation of highly automated driving systems
Karl Kufieta, M. Ditze

107. Subjective perception and evaluation in the virtual test drive
Minh-Tri Nguyen, J. Pitz, W. Krantz, J. Neubeck, J. Wiedemann

108. Initial design method of primary ride by bounce/pitch natural frequencies – Verification with production car
Koichi Matsumoto

109. Investigation of methods for the objective assessment of the dynamic system behaviour of air springs
Emre Boyraz, C. Kandler, M. Gantikow, D. Schramm

110. Tool-based layout and optimisation of cylinder head’s gas exchange
Wolfgang Berg, U. Hofmann

111. Coupled 1D-quasi3D fluid dynamic models for the simulation of IC engine intake and exhaust systems
Augusto Della Torre, G. Montenegro, A. Onorati

112. A new approach for the CHT-simulation of heat transfer in radial turbine stages
Sinan Özdemir, R. Baar, H.-P. Schmalzl

113. Strength-analysis of a crankcase with a multibody-simulation
Stefan Jetter, F.-O. Müller, R. Weller, B. Bertsche

114. A Miller cycle engine without compromise – The Magma concept
Richard Osborne, K. Pendlebury, T. Downes, S. O’Brien

115. Diesel filtration: New flexible modular solutions for challenging packaging situations
Chris M. Sturgess, A. Kloz, S. Eichinger, P. Gohl, M. Veit

116. Stratified charged two-stroke engine CFD development and verification
Niklas Enander

117. Small engine innovations – Current and future
Steve Lavender

118. Lightweight piston design in hand-held power tools
Carel Karrar, A. Wolf, S. Meuser

Keywords: Engineering, Engine Technology, Automotive Engineering

Editor
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2017
Language
de
Edition
1
Series
Proceedings
Page amount
32 pages
Category
Technology, Energy, Traffic
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783658169886
Printed ISBN
978-3-658-16987-9

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