International Conference : SIA Powertrain // Versailles 2017

  • 077-8 June 2017
  • Versailles, France
  • From 0€ to 990€

Introduction

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The automotive industry is entering one of the most exciting periods in its history: driving aids, high-tech embedded systems, connected cars, large-scale hybridization… in an ultra-competitive environment.

 

Automotive powertrains, especially gasoline, are first in line to benefit from these opportunities but also to meet future challenges: provide global solutions at reasonable costs and provide performance benefits with increasing respect for environmental issues. Implementing overall powertrain optimization strategies plus hybrid energy distribution will also confirm transmissions’ key role.

 

In this context, the 2017 SIA Powertrain Congress in Versailles will address “The low CO2 gasoline engine of the future and its hybridization.” The gasoline engine, hybrid or not, has a major role to play:

  • it supports the international development of the automotive industry by meeting most global market needs,
  • it now offers leading performance through downsizing, and
  • its strong synergy with hybridization helps optimize benefits vs. costs.

 

The 2015 edition was a fantastic success: more than 400 participants, 50 technical papers, from more than 18 countries. Be part of this adventure and the Gasoline Powertrain revolution. Submit an abstract before November 2, 2016.

 

 

Programme of the last edition

COMMITTEES

Chairmen
Philippe Bernet | Renault

Pierre Duret | IFP School
Federico Millo | Politecnico di Torino

Erwann Samson | Groupe PSA
Amin Velji | Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

     
       

Organising committee
Nadim Andraos | FEV
Jean-Marc Boulard | IAV
Pierre-Yves Geels | AVL

Noureddine Guerrassi | Delphi Automotive
Omar Hadded | Drive System Design
Emmanuel Jean | Faurecia
Jean-Christophe Lamodiere | Kistler

Marc Lejeune | Renault Trucks
Geoffroy Martin | Mov’eo
Jean-Jacques Milesi | Dynergia
Gaëtan Monnier | IFP Energies Nouvelles

Hans-Joachin Nuglisch | Continental Automotive

Sébastien Potteau | Valeo
Rémy Schmitt | Robert Bosch

 

Scientific committee
Frank Altenschmidt | Daimler
Christophe Bouly | Faurecia

Guenter Fraidl | AVL

Pascal Hervet | Valeo Transmissions
Neville S. Jackson | Ricardo

Denis Levasseur | Renault

Kyougdoug Min | Seoul National University

Ali Mohammadi | Toyota Motor Europe

Virginie Morel | Aramco

Yasuo Moriyoshi | Chiba University

Jérôme Mortal | Jaguar Land Rover

Ricardo Novella | CMT Motores Termicos
Walter Piock | Delphi Automotive

Daniel Roettge | Ford Research Centre Aachen

Jean-Sébastien Roux | Honeywell

Marc Sens | IAV

Philippe Souhaité | Groupe PSA

Alex Tylee-Bridsall | Drive System Design

 

 

Programme

07:30

Attendees registration - Breakfast in the exhibition

Opening Plenary Session & Keynote Speeches
08:30

Opening address by the Conference Chairmen

Philippe BERNET | Renault

Erwann SAMSON | Groupe PSA

08:45

Global Energy Demand from Road Transportation Vehicles – A View by 2030 by the PFA & BIPE

Catherine GIRARD - Expert Leader, Strategy on Energy and Raw Materials | Renault

09:00

Title to be confirmed

Maria GRAZIA LISBONNA - Head of Powertrain | Fiat (to be confirmed)

09:15

The SI Engine: at the end of its development ? 

Frank ALTENSCHMIDT - Development Engineer | Daimler AG

09:30

Consideration of Powertrain Rational Evolution through Electrification

Ryozo HIRAKU - Powertrain advanced engineering Alliance General Manager | Alliance Renault Nissan

09:45

Technology Trends For Gasoline Injection Systems
Hans-Josef SCHIFFGENS - Engineering Director FIE, Powertrain Systems | DELPHI Automotive Systems

10:00

Title to be confirmed
Michel FORISSIER - Product Marketing, Research and Development Director | VALEO Powertrain Systems

10:15

Panel Discussion with the Keynote Speakers

10:30

Coffee Break

Variable Compression Ratio Philippe BERNET | Renault & Erwann SAMSON | Groupe PSA Energy Management & Control Franck ALTENSCHMIDT | Daimler & Yasuo MORIYOSHI | Chiba University EGR Management Emmanuel JEAN | Faurecia & Daniel ROTGGER | Ford Cylinder Deactivation & Cam Phasing Geoffroy MARTIN | MOVEO & Ricardo NOVELLA | CMT
11:00

Combination of Variable Compression Ratio and Early Intake Valve Closing as a Basis for Future Highly Efficient Gasoline Engines

Marc SENS | IAV GmbH

11:00

Predictive and Optimal Control for Connected Hybrid Vehicle

Mariano SANS | Continental Automotive France

11:00

Optimisation of Low Pressure EGR to Reduce BSFC on a 3-Cylinder Gasoline Turbocharged Direct
Injection Engine

Simon PETROVIC | Ford Research Centre

 

11:00

Potentials of  Modern Camshaft Phasing Systems

Peter SOLFRANK | Schaeffler Technologies AG & Co KG

11:30

AVL Dual Mode VCSTM - The Modular and Cost Efficient CO2 Reduction

Helfried SORGER | AVL LIST GmbH

11:30

Online Optimal Control of a Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle with Adaptive Battery Discharge Management

Thomas MIRO PADOVANI | Renault

11:30

LP EGR mixing under RDE extended conditions: analysis of key parameters influencing condensation

Ignacio VIDAL | BorgWarner

11:30

Dynamic Skip Fire:  An Optimized Cylinder Deactivation Strategy

Matthew YOUNKINS | Tula Technology

12:00

VCR-VVA-High Expansion Ratio: A Very Effective Way to Miller-Atkinson Cycle

Vincent COLLEE | MCE-5 Development

12:00

Fuel Economy Benefits of Electrified Powertrains with Advanced Combustion Engines: Mild to Strong HEV Applications

Mahdi SHAHBAKHTI | Michigan Technological University

12:00

Simultaneous Achievement of Low Emissions and High Efficiency through Dedicated Exhaust Recirculation

Terry ALGER | Southwest Research Institute

12:00

Innovative Active Torsional Vibrational Damping System for Engine Cylinder Deactivation, Down Speeding & Best Comfort    

Viren SAXENA | BorgWarner

12:30

Lunch Break

Advanced Engine Concepts Ali MOHAMMADI | Toyota Europe & Andy WARD | Ricardo Particulate Emissions Mitigation Nadim ANDRAOS | FEV & Jean Marc BOULARD | IAV Efficient Engine & Ignition Hans NUGLISCH | Continental & Marc SENS | IAV Hybrid Transmissions Jerome MORTAL | JLR & Alex TYLEE| DSD
14:00

Investigation of Combustion Engine Concepts for the use in an Electrified Powertrain    

Vincenzo BEVILACQUA | Porsche Engineering

14:00

Emissions from Vehicle Exhaust of Gaseous Precursors of Atmospheric Particles

Karine SARTELET | CEREA

14:00

Increasing Modern Spark Ignition Engine Efficiency: Optimization of Intake Ports Dedicated to Miller Cycle, High Dilution and Increased Compression Ratio

Julien TROST | IFPEN

14:00

Electric Drive Units for Hybrid Vehicles: Topology and Impact on Efficiency

Francesco GARBO | Jaguar Land Rover

14:30

A Modular Base Engine Architecture for Mild Hybrid Applications

Paul GRZESCHIK | FEV GmbH

14:30

Gasoline Particulate Filters – Market and Technology Trends and their Impact on Calibration

Michael GÖRGEN | FEV GmbH

14:30

Engine and Aftertreatment Strategies for Lean Gasoline Engines to Meet Real Driving Emissions Legislation

Enrico KOEHLER | RICARDO

14:30

PHEV and HEV: New Alliance Hybrid Transmission for Compact Cars

Nicolas FREMAU | Renault

15:00

200kW/l: Modular Engine Family Stretch for Highest Commonality and Performance

Matthias NEUBAUER | AVL LIST GmbH

15:00

Performance of advanced Gasoline Particulate Filter Material for Real Driving Conditions

Claus Dieter VOGT | NGK Europe GmbH

15:00

Homogenous Lean Burn Combustion for Gasoline Engines: A Comparison between High Energy Spark Ignition and High Frequency Corona Ignition Systems

Andreas PAA | University of Applied Sciences Esslingen

15:00

Full Hybrid Planetary Transmission with On Demand Actuation

Peter JANSSEN | FEV GmbH

15:30

Extremely Downsized Gasoline Demonstrator Vehicle

Michael BASSETT | MAHLE Powertrain Limited

15:30

Experimental Investigation of Ethanol Blends in a DISI-Engine in Transient Operation with Regard to Particle Emissions and Mixture Formation

Alexander HEINZ | KIT

15:30

A Novel Low-Temperature Plasma Ignition System Applied to a GHP Engine

Yasuo MORIYOSHI | Chiba University

15:30

The Future for the Connected Drivetrain Systems

Simon SHEPHERD | Drive System Design

16:00

Coffee Break

16:30

PANEL SESSION

Christian CHAPELLE - Head of Drivetrains and Chassis | Groupe PSA

Anthony HARPER - Research Director | JLR

Helmut LIST - President | AVL List GmbH

Rober MEYER - Vice President Corporate Strategy/Cooperations | BMW

Koichi NAKATA - Project General Manager, Advanced Engine Design & Engineering Div., Powertrain company | Toyota

Alain RAPOSO | Renault

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 This unique event will bring together more than 500 participants: directors, managers, heads of department, engineers, researchers and technicians. An exceptional line-up of guests and speakers will be present for the occasion.

The exhibition will allow you to showcase your company, present your latest products and make privileged contacts at this unique gathering of targeteddecision-makers.

Exhibitors

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    Ad-Access

  • Aramco

    Aramco

  • FEV

    FEV

  • IAV

    IAV

  • IFP Group

    IFP Group

  • IFP School

    IFP School

  • IFP Training

    IFP Training

  • Kistler

    Kistler

  • Robert Bosch

    Robert Bosch

  • Schaeffler

    Schaeffler

  • Valeo

    Valeo

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public transportation

  From Roissy CDG Airport, take RER B towards Paris and stop at “Saint-Michel Notre-Dame”.
Then, take another train RER C towards Versailles Rive-Gauche. Stop at “Versailles Rive-Gauche”.
The Palais des Congrès is 5 min by foot.
     
  From Saint-Lazare station (Paris), take a SNCF train towards Paris “Versailles Rive-Droite”.
The Palais des Congrès is 20 min by foot.