Vehicle Systems Integration In The Wired World

Vehicle Systems Integration In The Wired World

By: A. V. Smith (editor), B. J. Wilde (editor)Hardback

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The proceedings of the second Ricardo international conference took the theme of systems integration which remain one of the most topical issues for the automotive industry. Whether in realising the ambition to move towards zero emission vehicles, increasing the interactivity of occupant information systems, or pushing further the boundaries of fuel efficiency, the need to consider engineering at a system level has never before been an important as it is today. Vehicle Systems Integration in the Wired World is a valuable update for all those senior engineers, managers, and directors involved in the specification, design, development, and systems engineering of automotive products. CONTENTS INCLUDE:*'Understanding the essence' -- the development challenge of the 21st century* Consolidation in the automotive industry -- forging ahead with alliances* System supply -- a future perspective* The role for engineering suppliers in a consolidated world* Systems engineering and supply -- a vehicle manufacturer's perspective* Integrating modular systems for tomorrow's powertrain* Ultralight steel auto--suspensions* The future of 42V vehicle systems* The future for automotive electronics* Comparison of the different GDI processes* Integration of automotive mechatronic components in HIL simulation* Advanced HIL systems for OBDII functionally testing.

Contents

Part 1 Keynote: "understanding the essence" - the development challenge of the 21st century, N. Kawamoto. Part 2 The drive for globalization: consolidation in the automotive industry - forging ahead with alliances, O. Willenbockel; system supply - a future perspective, M Lifermann; the role for engineering suppliers in a consolidated world, D. Shemmans et al; the benefits of joint co-operation programme, S. Duncan et al. Part 2 The drive for virtual powertrain and vehicle: the real breakthrough in functional poerformance engineering, J. Leuridan; increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of engine testing using damage accumulation models, L. Baverstock et a; advanced integrated powertrain modelling, C.L. Goodfellow et al; running to stay ahead - towards virtual product development, D. Ruiz; vehicle simulation - systems integration, S. Smith et al; integrated design of experiments (DoE), statistical modelling and desktop calibration for powertrain development, I. Noell. Part 3 The drive for systems engineering and supply: systems engineering and supply - a vehicle manufacturer's perspective, S. Haywood; integrating modular systems for tomorrow's powertrain, R. Stone; ultralight steel auto-suspensions, P. Rawlinson; the future of 42V vehicle systems, P. Gresch and A. Nix; a systems approach to the mild hybrid powertrain, R. Gordon; a cost-effective method of meeting future emissions for full-size V8 gasoline applications, J. Biel et al. Part 4 The drive for control and electronics: the future for automotive electronics, G. Teepe; comparison of the different GDI processes, M. Kussel and R. Ortmann; supervisory vehicle vectoring - SV2, J.C. Wheals and M. Ramsbottom; integration of automotive mechatronic components in HIL simulation, K. Lamberg et al; advanced HiL systems for OBDII functionality testing, K. Lebert and M. Pillin.

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  • ISBN13: 9781860583438
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 284
  • ID: 9781860583438
  • weight: 812
  • ISBN10: 1860583431

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