THERMALMANAGEMENTSYSTEMSEVENT GUIDEOctober 9–11, 2018San Diego, CAsae.org/attend/thermal
ElectricPumpsf a s t f o r wa r d s o lu t i o n sfor future mobilityElectric Hybrid Conventional3333333Battery CoolingElectronics CoolingTurbo Charger CoolingCabin Cooling – Stop/StartAfter Boil TreatmentFuel CoolingEGR Cooling3 Contact North AmericaDavid GrifﬁthKey Account Manager AutomotiveDavid.Grifﬁth@buehlermotor.com 1 919 380 33343 Contact EuropeDr. Sven UrlaubDirector Thermo Management SolutionsSven.Urlaub@buehlermotor.com 49 911 4504 1877w w w. b u e hle r m o t o r.c o mWe look forward to seeing you at:Thermal Management Systems Symposium (TMSS)Oct 9 – 11, 2018 San Diego, CA, USA Booth #14
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EVENT-AT-A-GLANCEOctober 9October 10October 118:30-9 a.m.8:30-9 a.m.8:30-9 a.m.9-10 a.m.9-10 a.m.9 a.m.-10 a.m.Technical SessionsTUESDAYContinental BreakfastKeynoteDaniel Kok, Manager Advanced ElectrifiedPowertrain Systems Engineering, FordMotor CompanyWEDNESDAYContinental Breakfast10-10:30 a.m.10:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.12:30-1 p.m.12:30-1:30 p.m.Technical SessionsLunchSponsored by Gentherm1-3 p.m.Technical Sessions3-3:30 p.m.Networking Break3:30-5:30 p.m.Technical SessionsContinental BreakfastKeynoteAntonio (Tony) Vespa, Senior Engineer,Vehicle Evaluation Group, HyundaiAmerica Technical Center Inc.10-10:30 a.m.Networking BreakTHURSDAYNetworking BreakTechnical Sessions10-10:30 a.m.Networking Break10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.Technical Sessions12-1:30 p.m.Grab & Go LunchLunch1:30-3:30 p.m.Technical Sessions3:30-4:00 p.m.TECHNICALSESSIONNetworking Break4:00-5:30 p.m.Technical SessionsNETWORKINGOPPORTUNITY5:30 p.m.Networking ReceptionEXHIBITTuesday, Wednesday, & ThursdayREGISTRATION HOURSTuesday7:30 a.m.–4 p.m.Wednesday 8 a.m.–4 p.m.Thursday8 a.m.–10 a.m.Thermal Management Systems3
EVENT INFORMATIONRegistration Sponsored byRegistrationNetworking BreaksTuesday, October 97:30 a.m.–4:00 p.m.Tuesday, October 910:00 a.m.–10:30 a.m.3:00 p.m.–3:30 p.m.Rio Vista Ballroom FoyerWednesday, October 108:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.Thursday, October 118:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m.Exhibit HoursPavilionOpen during show hoursContinentalBreakfastPavilionTuesday, October 98:30 a.m.–9:00 a.m.Wednesday, October 108:30 a.m.–9:00 a.m.Thursday, October 118:30 a.m.–9:00 a.m.PavilionWater StationsSponsored byWednesday, October 1010:00 a.m.–10:30 a.m.3:30 p.m.–4:00 p.m.Thursday, October 1110:00 a.m.–10:30 a.m.NetworkingReceptionPavilionTuesday, October 95:30 p.m.–6:30 p.m.TMSS ORGANIZERSBashar S. AbdulNour, FordMotor Company (Chair)Wilko Jansen, Jaguar LandRover (Vice Chair)Ales Alajbegovic, DassaultSystemesJeffrey Bozeman, GeneralMotorsHector Cano, Bergstrom Inc.Wifi InformationSSID: Marriott ConferencePassword: TMSS18Robin Cash, Ford MotorCompanyEdward Gerges, Dana Inc.Sowmya Jayaraman, GeneralMotorsVamshi M Korivi, U.S ArmyTARDECNetworkingLunchesPavilionTuesday LunchSponsored byTuesday, October 911:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m.Wednesday, October 1012:30 p.m.–1:30 p.m.Rio Vista Ballroom FoyerThursday, October 1112:00-1:30 p.m.Kevin Laboe, Fiat ChryslerAutomobilesJason Lustbader, NationalRenewable Energy LaboratoryGursaran Mathur, CalsonicKansei North AmericaChristophe Petitjean, ValeoThermal SystemRonald Semel, Ford MotorCompanyAlaa El-Sharkawy, FCA US LLCKumar Srinivasan, FCA US LLCAndy Sutherland, TIAutomotiveSudhi Uppuluri, ComputationalSciences Experts GroupMatthew Warner, GammaTechnologies LLCJie Zeng, DENSO InternationalAmerica Inc.Tao Zhan, California AirResources Board4Thermal Management Systems
OCT15-172019MARK YOURCALENDARBEROCTO15-17SAE International’s ThermalManagement Systems Symposiumfocuses on the latest and mostpertinent topics in the fieldof thermal systems technologytoday. The symposium providesa valuable opportunity forOEMs, academia, chemicalcompanies, and other thermalsystems professionals fromaround the globe to discuss thelatest regulatory changes andtheir impacts on the thermalmanagement systems industry.THERMALMANAGEMENTSYSTEMSOctober 15-17, 2019 Plymouth, MIFOR INFORMATION ONEXHIBIT AND/OR SPONSORSHIPOPPORTUNITIES, CONTACT:Arlene DiSilvioEvent Sales & Sponsorships 1.724.772.4060 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Keynote SpeakerGrand BallroomTuesday, October 99:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m.Daniel Kok, Ford Motor CompanyDr. Daniel Kok is Ford Motor Company’s Manager for Advanced Electrified PowertrainSystems. Dr. Kok received his MS degree in Mechanical Engineering at Eindhoven University ofTechnology, The Netherlands in 1994 and his Ph.D. degree in 1999. He worked on Hybrid Electricvehicles for TNO Automotive in Delft, The Netherlands, before joining Ford’s Research Center inAachen, Germany as Technical Specialist Energy Management. In 2005, he transferred to Ford’sEngineering Center in Dunton in the UK as for Micro-Hybrid Systems. In 2011, Daniel transferredto Ford’s Engineering Center in Dearborn, Michigan. Daniel holds more than 20 patents in thefield of Vehicle Electrification. In his current position he is responsible for Powertrain SystemDesign of Ford’s next generation of Hybrid, Plug-in Hybrid and Battery Electric VehiclesKeynote SpeakerGrand BallroomWednesday, October 109:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m.Antonio (Tony) Vespa, Hyundai America Technical CenterCurrently working for Hyundai America Technical Center Inc. (HATCI) as a senior engineerin the vehicle evaluation group.Main responsibility is the satisfactory operation of vehicle thermal systems (HVAC andPowertrain cooling) for Hyundai Motor vehicles sold in North America.Fun responsibilities include development of thermal systems both HVAC and powertraincooling. Recently developing a heat gleaning system to be used on future EVs resulting in5% range improvement. I have a hand full of patents/ pending in thermals systems.In previous positions, I had full responsibility for powertrain cooling systems from conceptto production. Outside of work, I travel and try to understand the world around me as bestas I can. Lastly, I believe that electric vehicles are the third best transportation option afterbicycles and sailboats.6Thermal Management Systems
FACILITY FLOOR PLANContinental BreakfastBreaks and LunchesExhibitsTuesday Networking ReceptionKeynotes and Technical SessionsRio Vista Ballroom FoyerSAE RegistrationFALLS TERRACEFOUNTAIN TERRACEThermal Management SystemsTechnicalSessions7
AGENDATUESDAY, OCTOBER 9Time9:00 a.m.Grand BallroomTitleKeynote SpeakerDaniel Kok, Ford Electric VehicleRegulatory Topics(Session Code: TMSS600)Organizers - Bashar AbdulNour, Ford Motor Company; Ales Alajbegovic, Exa Corporation; Jeffrey Bozeman, General Motors LLC;Wilko Jansen, Jaguar & Land Rover; Tao Zhan, California Air Resources Board10:00 - 10:30 a.m. - Break10:30 a.m.11:00 a.m.CARB UpdateTao Zhan, California Air Resources BoardRecent Advances on MAC Alternative Refrigerants in ChinaJiangping Chen, Jun-ye Shi, Dandong Wang, Shanghai Jiaotong University11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. – Networking Lunch sponsored by GenthermThermal Simulation/Analysis/Modeling: Part 1(Session Code: TMSS700)Organizers - Bashar AbdulNour, Ford Motor Company; Ales Alajbegovic, Exa Corporation; Robin Y. Cash, Ford Motor Co., Ltd.; WilkoJansen, Jaguar & Land Rover; Vamshi Korivi, TARDEC; Kumar Srinivasan, FCA US LLC; Sudhi Uppuluri, Computational Sciences ExpertsGroup; Matthew D. Warner, Gamma Technologies LLC1:00 p.m.Multi-Domain Simulation in the Development Process – Coupled Simulation Environments or“All in One Tool”?Christian Rathberger, Magna Powertrain; Albert Tuertscher, AT Engineering LLC1:30 p.m.2:00 p.m.2:30 p.m.Closed Loop Control System to Prevent Thermal Hazards Of Rear Engine VehiclesManish Kedar Shinde, Automotive Design; Yuvraj Y Patil, Tata Motors LtdModel-Based Optimization of Automotive Thermal Management using Variable Flow Water PumpJason Zheng, Litens Automotive PartnershipA CFD Approach of Louver Fins Airside Thermal Characteristics in Mirco World for Automotive HeatExchangers with Novel Concept of Fin DesignKelvin Zhai, BAIC MOTOR CO. LTD.3:00 - 3:30 p.m. - Break3:30 p.m.Big Data / Artificial Intelligence and Future Thermal Management Product Portfolio – A Match orMismatch?Clemens Gamsjaeger, Dr. Gunter Haberkorn, Dr. Anton Mayer, MAGNA Powertrain4:00 p.m.Description and Application Exercises of an Integrated Complete Engine Performance and ThermalmodelMirko Bovo, Rangakishen Mavanur Sampath, Volvo Car Corporation4:30 p.m.Estimation of Electronic Horizon usage potentials for Predictive Vehicle Thermal Management –Active grille shutter control strategy exampleMilan Cvetković, Ricardo Prague s.r.o.5:00 p.m.Evaluation of Different Fan Simulation Models for Improved Flow Field PredictionsRandi Franzke, Chalmers Univ. of Technology; Simone Sebben, Chalmers Univ of Technology5:30 – 6:30 p.m. – Networking Reception8Thermal Management Systems
AGENDATUESDAY, OCTOBER 9Cabrillo BallroomVehicle Climate Control & Cabin Comfort: Part 1(Session Code: TMSS200)Organizers - Bashar AbdulNour, Ford Motor Company; Jeffrey Bozeman, General Motors LLC; Hector Cano, Bergstrom Inc.; WilkoJansen, Jaguar & Land Rover; Jason Aaron Lustbader, National Renewable Energy Laboratory; Gursaran D. Mathur, CalsonicKanseiNorth America Inc.; Jie Zeng, Denso; Tao Zhan, California Air Resources Board1:00 p.m.1:30 p.m.2:00 p.m.2:30 p.m.Influence of Partial Recirculation on the Build-up of Cabin Carbon Dioxide ConcentrationsGursaran D. Mathur, CalsonicKansei North America Inc.Development of a Standard Testing Method for Vehicle Cabin Air Quality IndexHeejung Jung, Liem Pham, University Of California Riverside; Nick Molden, Sam Boyle, Emissions AnalyticsThin Ceiling Circulator to Enhance Thermal Comfort and Cabin SpaceToshinori Ochiai, Shuzo Oda, DENSO CORPORATIONCompressor Design for Improved Warranty, Diagnostics & RemanufacturingMichael Hope, AutoClimTech Ltd.3:00 - 3:30 p.m. - Break3:30 p.m.4:00 p.m.4:30 p.m.5:00 p.m.Novel IR-Heating System for Electric VehiclesChristopher Franzke, Rico Baumgart, Andreas Meyer, IAV GmbHFront Seat Integrated Blower to Enhance Comfort for Rear OccupantsHanns-Martin Kleemeier, DENSO Automotive Deutschland GmbHA Statistical Comparative Study Between Passive and Active Seat CoolingIoannis Androulakis, GenthermSuper-Efficient Secondary-Loop MACs Using HFC-152a RefrigerantNancy J. Sherman, Kristen Taddonio, Institute for Governance & Sust Dev; Timothy Craig, MAHLE Behr Troy, Inc.5:30 – 6:30 p.m. – Networking ReceptionThermal Management Systems9
AGENDAWEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10Time9:00 a.m.Grand BallroomTitleKeynote SpeakerAntonio (Tony) Vespa, Hyundai America Technical Center10:00 – 10:30 a.m. – BreakThermal Simulation/Analysis/Modeling: Part 2(Session Code: TMSS700)Organizers - Bashar AbdulNour, Ford Motor Company; Ales Alajbegovic, Exa Corporation; Robin Y. Cash, Ford Motor Co., Ltd.; WilkoJansen, Jaguar & Land Rover; Vamshi Korivi, TARDEC; Kumar Srinivasan, FCA US LLC; Sudhi Uppuluri, Computational Sciences ExpertsGroup; Matthew D. Warner, Gamma Technologies LLC10:30 a.m.11:00 a.m.11:30 a.m.12:00 p.m.A Comparison of Strategies for Simulating Vehicle Heat Protection Test Cycles in 3DJon Rene Juszkiewicz, ThermoAnalytics Inc.Predictive Thermal-Electrochemical Battery Modeling for Optimization of EV Thermal ManagementJoe Wimmer, Brad Holcomb, Shawn F. Harnish, Gamma Technologies LLCThermal Analysis and Measurement of an Electric Traction Motor in a Production Electric VehicleXiaohui Li, GAC R&D Center Silicon Valley Inc.Treating the Stator Windings in Electrical Machines as a Porous Medium in Thermal ManagementSimulationsBadgar Gueven, Wolong EMEA12:30 – 1:30 p.m. – Networking LunchThermal Systems for Hybrid and Electric Vehicles: Part 1(Session Code: TMSS100)Organizers - Bashar AbdulNour, Ford Motor Company; Ales Alajbegovic, Exa Corporation; Jeffrey Bozeman, General Motors LLC;Christophe Petitjean, Valeo Thermal Systems; Wilko Jansen, Jaguar & Land Rover; Bashar AbdulNour, Ford Motor Company1:30 p.m.Compact Coolant Based Heat Pump Unit for Electric VehiclesDr. Werner Huenemoerder, Dr. Tibor Györög, DENSO Automotive Deutschland GmbHUnitary Thermal Energy Management for Propulsion Range Augmentation (UTEMPRA)2:00 p.m.2:30 p.m.3:00 p.m.Sourav Chowdhury, Mahle Behr Troy Inc.; Lindsey Leitzel, Mark Santacesaria, Mahle Behr Troy Inc; Mark J. Zima, Mahle Behr Troy Inc.;Timothy Craig, Paul Droman, Mahle Behr Troy Inc; Jason Lustbader, Gene Titov, John Rugh, National Renewable Energy Laboratory;Aamir Khawaja, Murali Govindarajalu, FCA US LLCHeat Pump System on Jaguar I-PaceNilabza Dutta, Chris Chatham, Jaguar Land RoverA Study of Vapor Injection Heat Pump System for Battery Electric VehicleDuyoul Choi, Wonsuk Lee, Doowon Climate Control Co., Ltd.; Hoseong Lee, Jongphil Won, Korea Automotive Technology Institute3:30 - 4:00 p.m. - Break4:00 p.m.4:30 p.m.5:00 p.m.Improvement of Regenerative Braking System Efficiency by Means of an Electro Thermal Recuperator(ETR) DeviceAravind Ramakrishnan, Abhid Akram Abubeckar Mohamed Sahul, Continental AG; Egor Sawazki, Continental Automotive GmbH; BrianMcKay, Continental AGInduction Coolant Heater for EV Battery and Cabin HeatingKilsang Jang, Junsu Kim, Yongha chae, Kyung Seok Cho, Hanon SystemsExperimental Investigation of Waste Heat Recovery Using Coolant Valves for Electric Vehicle RangeExtensionBrandon Dryer, Dana Nicgorski, Leandro Lorilla, Varun Narayan, Robert Bosch LLC10Thermal Management Systems
AGENDAWEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10Cabrillo BallroomVehicle Climate Control & Cabin Comfort: Part 2(Session Code: TMSS200)Organizers - Bashar AbdulNour, Ford Motor Company; Jeffrey Bozeman, General Motors LLC; Hector Cano, Bergstrom Inc.; WilkoJansen, Jaguar & Land Rover; Jason Aaron Lustbader, National Renewable Energy Laboratory; Gursaran D. Mathur, CalsonicKanseiNorth America Inc.; Jie Zeng, Denso; Tao Zhan, California Air Resources Board10:30 a.m.11:00 a.m.11:30 a.m.12:00 p.m.Application of Heat Pumps in Electrified Commercial Vehicles and BusesShawn Vehr, Mark Gariety, Devon Dobie, KEN PISTONE, EmersonEvaluation of a Heavy-duty Truck Climate Control System using Testing and Simulation TechniquesMark Hepokoski, ThermoAnalytics Inc.; Steven Patterson, ThermoAnalytics Inc; Steven Adelman, Volvo Group Trucks Technology;Miguel Javier, Volvo Trucks North AmericaA Seat Centric Thermal Comfort Solution for Autonomous VehiclesChad V. Pacilli, Gentherm IncorporatedThermal Management Study - Climate Control SeatKen Turner, Gentherm; Chad V. Pacilli, Gentherm Incorporated12:30 – 1:30 p.m. – Networking LunchVehicle Climate Control & Cabin Comfort: Part 3(Session Code: TMSS200)Organizers - Bashar AbdulNour, Ford Motor Company; Jeffrey Bozeman, General Motors LLC; Hector Cano, Bergstrom Inc.; WilkoJansen, Jaguar & Land Rover; Jason Aaron Lustbader, National Renewable Energy Laboratory; Gursaran D. Mathur, CalsonicKanseiNorth America Inc.; Jie Zeng, Denso; Tao Zhan, California Air Resources Board1:30 p.m.Studies on the Generation Mechanism of the Hissing Noise by Analyzing the Correlation Between theNoise and the Flow RegimeAtsushi Itoh, Mitsubishi Motor Corporation2:00 p.m.2:30 p.m.Implementation of Electrified Air Conditioning on a Class 8 Long Haul VehicleShawn Vehr, Devon Dobie, Emerson Climate Technologies; Mark Gariety, Emerson; Kenneth Pistone, Emerson Electric CoExperimental and Numerical Performance Study of Automotive Air Conditioning System with NatureAlternative RefrigerantsJun-ye Shi, Shanghai Jiao Tong Univ.; Dandong Wang, Shanghai Jiao Tong Univ; Jiangping Chen, Shanghai Jiaotong Univ3:00 p.m.Vapor Injection Heat Pump System Development for Electric Vehicles Part 2: Investigation on OuterEvaporator Defrosting Logic and Driving Range Increased from Heat PumpYu Zhao, Air International Thermal Systems3:30 – 4:00 p.m. – BreakAutonomous and Connected Vehicle Thermal Management(Session Code: TMSS1000)Organizers - Bashar AbdulNour, Ford Motor Company; Edward Gerges, Dana-Long Manufacturing; Wilko Jansen, Jaguar & LandRover; Sowmya Jayaraman, General Motors LLC; Gursaran D. Mathur, CalsonicKansei North America Inc.; Andrew Sutherland, TIAutomotive; Jie Zeng, Denso4:00 p.m.Optimization-Based Cabin and Battery Thermal Management of Connected and Automated HEVs forImproved Energy EfficiencyMohammad Reza Amini, Hao Wang, Xun Gong, Jing Sun, Ilya Kolmanovsky, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor4:30 p.m.Assessing Impact of Motor Characteristics on Electric Vehicles, and How Autonomous DrivingImpacts these DecisionsSudhi Uppuluri, Computational Sciences Experts Group5:00 p.m.Improving the Classical Approach to Thermal System Management and Efficient Mobility - A Digitizedand Connected Solution for the Modern Vehicle Fleet.Michelange Saint Jean, Invensity Inc.; Barbaros Serter, Invensity IncThermal Management Systems11
AGENDATHURSDAY, OCTOBER 11Grand BallroomThermal Systems for Hybrid and Electric Vehicles: Part 2(Session Code: TMSS100)Organizers - Bashar AbdulNour, Ford Motor Company; Ales Alajbegovic, Dassault Systemes; Jeffrey Bozeman, General Motors; WilkoJansen. Jaguar and Land Rover; Christophe Petitjean, Valeo Thermal Systems8:30 a.m.Worldwide Electrical Energy Consumption of Various HVAC Systems in BEVs and their ThermalManagement and Assessment – Control Architecture and ResultsMalte Westerloh, Sven Twenhövel, Volkswagen AG; Walter Schumacher, Univ Of Braunschweig; Jürgen Köhler, Tu Braunschweig9:00 a.m.Performance and Structural Optimization of a Counterflow Cold Plate for Battery ThermalManagementBen Kenney, Jeremy Kroeker, Dana Canada Corporation; Raghavendra Hallur, Devendra Vidhale, Dana Incorporated9:30 a.m.Combined Simulation of Passenger Comfort and Battery CoolingChin-Wei Chang, EXA; Edward Tate, Exa Corporation; Adrien Mann, EXA; Vijaisri Nagarajan, Exa Corporation; Kamalesh Bhambare,EXA; Nithin Palakurthi, Satheesh Kandasamy, Exa Corporation10:00 - 10:30 a.m. - Break10:30 a.m.11:00 a.m.Battery Wellness by Thermal ManagementAlfred R. Jeckel, Daimler AGHigh Performance Thermal Conductive Substrates for Power Module PackagingRajesh Tripathi, Sejin Im, DuPont ElectronicsThermal Systems for Commercial and Off-Roa
Thermal System Ronald Semel, Ford Motor Company Alaa El-Sharkawy, FCA US LLC Kumar Srinivasan, FCA US LLC Andy Sutherland, TI Automotive Sudhi Uppuluri, Computational Sciences Experts Group Matthew Warner, Gamma Technologies LLC Jie Zeng, DENSO International America Inc. Tao Zhan, California Air Resources Board Registration Rio Vista Ballroom Foyer Tuesday, October 9 7:30 a.m.–4:00 p.m .
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