Pfeffer, Prof. Dr. Peter E.

8th International Munich Chassis Symposium 2017

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Table of contents

1. The chassis as game changer for automated and electrified driving
Stefan Gies, L. Liesner

2. The chassis of the all-new AUDI A8
Carsten Jablonowski, C. Schimmel, V. Underberg

3. Future brake system architectures for automated driving
Armin Kunz, E. Liebemann, M. Kunz, S. Strengert

4. Automotive security is not even a feature – how can we afford that?
Sebastian Labitzke

5. Acceptance and market for ADAS and automated driving systems
Wolfgang Bernhart, M. Yoon

6. Modularization of vehicle control systems based on the application of object-oriented design principles
Veit Held, A. Heitmann

7. Tires and system solutions for the cars of the future
Burkhard Wies, Holger Lange, Timur Yilkiran

8. Business athlete – exciting driving dynamics for the all-new BMW 5 series
Christof Lischka

9. A compact rear chassis for the 2018 Honda Odyssey – merits and challenges, and innovations
Joshua C. Johnson, Adam Goellner, K. Rhoades, E. Payne, D. Horton, K. Malarik, B. Johnson, S. Bradner, M. Hoersten, D. Wolf

10. From i30 to i30: an evolutionary journey for Hyundai C-seg bestseller
Axel Honisch, M. Lugert, A. Pizzuto, T. Schöning

11. mSTARS – modular Semi-Trailing Arm Rear Suspension
Knut Heidsieck, K. Wallgren

12. Composite chassis components
Alberto Girelli Consolaro, N. Zandbergen, P. Zandbergen, F. Wolf-Monheim, F. Italiano

13. Mubea chassis springs – development of GFRP leaf springs for best-in-class lightweight design and functional performance
Jochen Asbeck, J. Stimpfl

14. Weight-bearing elements – from chassis to unit bodies and back to driving modules (Tragende Elemente – vom Chassis zur selbsttragenden Karosserie und zurück zum Fahrmodul)
Erik Eckermann

15. Explicit model predictive control of semi-active suspension systems using Artificial Neural Networks (ANN)
Ronnie Dessort, C. Chucholowski

16. Using virtual prototypes for a cross-domain increase in efficiency in the development process
Martin Elbs, A. Frings

17. Optimizing passive vehicle dynamics for active safety and autonomous driving
M. Fainello

18. Objective assessment of the dynamic system behavior of multi-chamber air springs
Emre Boyraz, C. Kandler, M. Gantikow, D. Schramm

19. Subjective testing of a torque vectoring approach based on driving characteristics in the driving simulator
A. Fridrich, Minh-Tri Nguyen, A. Janeba, W. Krantz, Jens Neubeck, J. Wiedemann

20. Objectification of steering feel and application in the context of virtual steering feel tuning
Stefan Grüner, T. Werner, B. Käpernick

21. Model-based safety validation of the automated driving functio highway pilot
Halil Beglerovic, A. Ravi, N. Wikström, H.-M. Koegeler, A. Leitner, J. Holzinger

22. The basis for a process chain for functional component data
Michael Baumann, Christoph Böhm

23. On the design of actuators and control systems in early development stages
Amir Zare, K. Michels, L. Rath-Maia, M. Zimmermann

24. Process design for a companywide geometrical integration of manufacturing issues in the early development phases based on the example of automotive suspension
Bastian Leistner, R. Mayer, D. Berkan

25. Experimental comparison of the analysis methods for vibration transmission in the chassis
Christian Schubert, S. Pries, M. Jaensch, K. Caliskan, F. Kücükay

26. Effect of friction reduction of magneto-rheological semi-active damper on ride comfort and vehicle dynamics
Kentaro Komori, G. Fujimoto, T. Tsukamoto, D. Endo

27. Development of an integrated chassis design analysis tool using Excel graphical user interface
Young Deuk Kim, H. K. Jung, M. W. Kang, H. S. Cho, S. S. Kim

28. SKYACTIV TECHNOLOGY to enhance ‘Jinba-Ittai’
Tohru Yoshioka, Osamu Sunahara, Y. Takahara, D. Umetsu, H. Matsuoka, T. Yamamoto, N. Kaneshina, R. Shimizu, J. Takahashi, M. Yamakado

29. New torque vectoring functions for modular electrical propulsion
Rob Kraaijeveld, M. Dorn, K. Wolff, Michael Schubert

30. Controller concept for automated lateral control
Felix Tigges, F. Krauns, A. Hafner, R. Henze, F. Kücükay

31. Dynamic All-wheel steering (DAS)
Anton Obermüller

32. Development of Electric Power Assisted Steering (EPAS) for global emerging markets such as India
Anand Mule, S. Matsagar, J. K. Sinha, S. Salunkhe

33. The choice of hand positions on the steering wheel
Christian Strümpler

34. Systematic model-based vibration analysis of a controlled electric power steering system
Gerd Wittler, M. Haßenberg, H. Henrichfreise, H. Briese, T. Schubert

35. Virtual verification of automotive steering systems
Matthijs Klomp, M. Ljungberg, R. Salif, M. Attinger, H. Bleicher, S. Hoesli, T. Kratzer

36. Steering system models – an efficient approach for parameter identification and steering system optimization
T. Kloos, Peter E. Pfeffer

37. The new Hyundai i30’s steering feel – integrated performance development by HiL tests and DoE
Alessandro Contini, T. Schöning

38. Model-based online optimization of EPS controller using HiL test benches Modellbasierte – Online-Optimierung von EPS-Applikationen an HiL-Prüfständen
Daniel Wagner, M. Flormann, T. Meister, R. Henze, F. Kücükay

39. Evaluation of the robustness of an EPS control system in an early stage of the product development life cycle
Paul Milbaier, Stefan Grüner, M. Heger, A. Gaedke

40. Regenerative braking during high-performance driving in super sports vehicles
Jorge Alberto Jáuregui

41. Simplified thermo-elastic modeling of high-performance brakes
Giampiero Mastinu, M. Gobbi, C. Cantoni, R. Passoni

42. Future braking tests for the Periodical Technical Inspection (PTI) – Is the braking effect test still up-to-date?
Rafael Frankenstein

43. Development of a commonized methodology for measuring brake wear particles – current status within the PMP IWG
Theodoros Grigoratos, G. Martini

44. Investigation possibilities of brake particle emissions on a brake dynamometer
Sebastian Gramstat, R. Waninger, D. Lugovyy, M. Schröder

45. Thermal spray ceramic coatings as friction surfaces of brake rotors
Septimiu Popa, R. Gadow, A. Killinger

46. A new wheel-brake concept in the context of mobility trends
Paul Linhoff

47. Downsizing potential of wheel brakes in electric vehicles
Daniel Wagner, J. Hoffmann, M. Lienkamp

48. Integrated Power Brake – modular set extension for highly automated driving
Urs Bauer, M. Brand, T. Maucher

49. Passenger car vs. truck tires – different development priorities
Stephan Brückner

50. Prediction of driver’s handling assessment using a general regression neural network
Saskia Monsma

51. Application of objective vehicle dynamics methods in the tire development process
Christian Cramer, Burkhard Wies

52. Advanced method for virtual tire and braking distance simulation
Carlo Lugaro, F. Niedermeier, B. Wassertheurer, S. Huisman, J. Schüling

53. Decoupling the physical effects of transient tire behavior based on optical measurements of carcass deformation
Pavel Sarkisov, G. Prokop, S. Popov, J. Kubenz

54. Influence of testing surface on tire lateral force characteristics – Einfluss der Prüfoberfläche auf die Reifenseitenkraft-Eigenschaften
Christian Ludwig, C. S. Kim

55. Possible contributions of the wheel regarding CO2 emissions or how to increase the range of electrically powered vehicles
Detlef Kube, H. J. Klamann, M. Timm

56. Influence of rotating wheels on the vehicle dynamics of passenger cars
Maximilian Georg Reisner, R. Clauß, G. Prokop

57. Carbon wheels conquer the market – benefit, state-of-the-art, foresight
Jens Werner

Keywords: Engineering, Automotive Engineering, Engine Technology

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