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Vehicle design, optimization, and construction related to aerodynamics, efficiency, fuel and engine systems.
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This paper presents the development and evaluation of an Augmented Reality (AR) application for mobile devices with Android and Windows operating systems, which allows improving the achievement of Chemistry students in the first semester of Automotive Systems Engineering, by showing in a three-dimensional way different molecules and chemical models...
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A Virtual Reality application was developed to be used as an immersive virtual learning strategy for Oculus Rift S Virtual Reality glasses and through Leap Motion Controller™ infrared sensors, focused on students of the Automotive Systems Engineering academic program, as a practical teaching-learning tool in the context of Education 4.0 and the pan...
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The increasingly intelligent, highly complex, technical systems of tomorrow - for instance autonomous vehicles - result in the necessity for a systematic security- and safety-oriented development process that starts in the early phases of system design. Automotive Systems Engineering (ASE) as one approach is increasingly gaining ground in the autom...
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The complexity in automotive systems engineering is increasing over the last decade. In particular, new comfort functions as well as functions towards autonomous driving are reasons for this complexity. A new dimension is introduced by the usage of multi-core processors since there is a shift from sequential to parallel thinking in the different de...
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Established methods and processes in the field of Automotive Systems Engineering (ASE) are challenged by the rising complexity of current features. Expanding system boundaries , tighter interconnections of functional elements, increasingly complex algorithms and an ever growing operational domain generate a multitude of different scenarios that req...
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Sheet metal forming is an important manufacturing process in the automotive industry. Due to the lightweighting trend, increasing amount of sheet metal materials with high strength-to-weight ratios, such as aluminum alloys, magnesium alloys, advanced high strength steel (AHSS), are being used to make automotive components. However, the room tempera...
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This Thesis deals with the extension of the Systems Engineering (SE) scope to the manufacturing systems engineering and their concurrent engineering with related products, called eASE for extended Automotive Systems Engineering. A global eASE assessment process and a progressive local improvement process are defined, in line with the need of SE's p...
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The requirements to system and software development tools brought up by the automotive industry differ from the requirements that other customers have. The important catchwords here are heterogeneity of suppliers, tools, technical background of the engineers, and - partially resulting from the just mentioned - the overall complexity of the systems...
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Advancing digitization is creating fascinating potential benefits, especially in the automotive domain, through technologies such as Car2x and autonomous driving. However, new information and communication technologies result in a continuous increase in product complexity and in challenges for the development of current and future mobility systems....
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For decades we have learned a magic triangle has three poles, namely quality, cost and time. With the new normal we see a shift towards a new magic triangle. Participants in the 2022 Vector trends survey observe a new magic triangle with three major challenges [1], namely.
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EI‐SCAM is a very useful tool capable of carrying out symbolic, semi‐symbolic, and numerical solutions for the electrical variables of a circuit under analysis. The goal of the research reported herein is to assess the effectiveness of the program as a teaching tool for circuit analysis of Automotive System Engineering students. To this aim, EI‐SCA...
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As cars become smart and connected, automotive development gets more complex. Traditional disciplines such as mechanical, electrical and software engineering can no longer remain separate, but are required to collaborate. Further, new regulations and standards require engineering activities across domains to be traceable and their outputs to be con...
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In the established Automotive Systems Engineering (ASE) practice, an important factor in handling the complexity of product development is the partitioning of the vehicle into different domains. The current technological advances enable increasingly complex features for assisted and automated driving that reach across these different domains and ar...
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This paper presents an innovative approach toward data-driven scenario synthesis for verification of active safety functions. Despite the recent rapid growth of active safety to consolidate road safety, they still have various challenges coping with dynamic traffic situations of daily life. Therefore, automotive systems Engineering has established...
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An imposed magnetic field influences the flow structure and transport characteristics of a moving electrically conducting fluid. Such magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) flows are ubiquitous in nature and technological applications, for example in casting of steel and aluminum and growth of semiconductor crystals. In many situations, the effect of the magnet...
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This book is the second volume reflecting the shift in the design paradigm in automobile industry. It presents contributions to the second and third workshop on Automotive Systems Engineering held in March 2013 and Sept. 2014, respectively. It describes major innovations in the field of driver assistance systems and automated vehicles as well as f...
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Fiber reinforced polymers are used in many structural applications in the aerospace and automotive industries because of their high strength to weight and high modulus to weight ratios. In many of these applications, they are used as thin laminated panels comprising of multiple layers of continuous fibers embedded in a polymer matrix. In general, t...
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Successful software must evolve to remain relevant, but this process of evolution can cause the software design to decay and lead to significantly reduced productivity and even canceled projects. Several studies show that developers are postponing software maintenance activities that improve software quality, even while seeking high-quality source...
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This dissertation provides a systematic methodology for analyzing and solving the temperature and aging uncertainties in Li-ion battery modeling and states estimation in the electric vehicle applications. This topic is motivated by the needs of enhancing the performance and adaptability of battery management systems. In particular, temperature and...
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This thesis follows an Automotive Systems Engineering approach as introduced by Maurer [2013] to address existing and arising problems with individual components in the vehicle by taking into account vehicle-wide cross dependencies and interactions.
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The complexity of modern vehicles requires new methods for vehicle development. Based on two decades of experience in automotive R&D the author motivates to take more benefits from systems engineering. Advantages are expected in three areas: objective evaluation of capabilities, mastering complexity and functional safety. To handle the growing comp...
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The chapter reflects many years of working on systems development in industry and academia and gives a personal view of the subject. This is not based on systematic research, has no claim to be representative and may be highly subjective. It is the product of experience gained in a number of predevelopment projects and an initial development for vo...
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This book reflects the shift in design paradigm in automobile industry. It presents future innovations, often referred as “automotive systems engineering”. These cause fundamental innovations in the field of driver assistance systems and electro-mobility as well as fundamental changes in the architecture of the vehicles. New driving functionalities...
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Automotive Systems engineering is the key technology for many innovations in vehicle construction. In Vehicle development, quality control, risk and cost management is an important precondition for successful and on-time projects, in addition to expertise in increasing complexity. To realize increasing demands concerning safety, economic impact, fu...
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Product line approaches are well-known in many manufacturing industries, such as consumer electronics, medical systems and automotive [1]. In recent years, approaches with a similar background have rapidly emerged within Software Engineering, so called Software Product Line (SPL) approaches [2], [3]. As automotive manufacturers and suppliers design...
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The Automotive System Engineering group of Infineon Technologies AG in Munich was assigned the task to develop an E-Cart — with the electrical features of a hybrid car driven by Lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery stack. he simple conventional solution — dissipating power for charge equalization will need to be replaced by an active energy shift between t...
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Infineons Automotive System Engineering Team entwickelte ein Elektro-Cart, das die Funktion der Elektronik eines Hybridfahrzeugs demonstriert — ausgestattet mit einem Hochvolt-Lithium-Ionen-Batterie- Paket. Ein Batteriemanagement-System sorgt für einen intelligenteren und effizienteren Ladungsaus- gleich zwischen einer Vielzahl von Einzelzellen — i...
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Ohio State University (OSU) is uniquely poised to establish such a center, with interdisciplinary emphasis on modeling, simulation, design and control of hybrid-electric drives for a number of reasons, some of which are: (1) The OSU Center for Automotive Research (CAR) already provides an infrastructure for interdisciplinary automotive research and...