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Virtual Sessions on E-Mobility Measurement by Vector and CSM
December 2nd / 3rd 2020
Événement Vector

2020-12-02 - 2020-12-03

Virtual Sessions on E-Mobility Measurement by Vector and CSM

Learn the most important advantages of the E-Mobility Measurement System.

For the development of electric vehicles innovative measurement technology solutions are necessary. The testing of high-voltage (HV) batteries, inverters, converters, motors and HV vehicle electrical systems requires reliable hardware and seamlessly connected software solutions. The E-Mobility Measurement System from Vector and CSM is designed for fast multi-channel measurements in HV cables and HV components of vehicles.

On the Virtual Sessions on E-Mobility Measurement by Vector and CSM you will learn about the most important advantages of this E-Mobility Measurement System.

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Sessions

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In 6 sessions on 2 days, our experts will present and discuss everything important about the E-Mobility Measurement System in 20-minute sessions.

After the presentations, we look forward to your questions and suggestions, which our experts will answer live.

Agenda December 2nd

Time
MEZ
Topic & Speaker
9:00
Introduction
Dr. Winfried Koch, CSM and Thomas Schmerler, Vector
 
Easy Testing of HV Equipment with the Vector CSM E-Mobility Measurement System
Dr. Winfried Koch, CSM and Thomas Schmerler, Vector
For the development of electric vehicles, you need cutting edge measurement technology solutions. The testing of high-voltage batteries, inverters, converters, motors, high-voltage electrical systems of electric vehicles requires reliable hardware and coordinated software solutions. You can solve these complex measurement tasks safely and easily with the E-Mobility Measurement System from Vector and CSM. In this lecture we present the hardware and software components of the E-Mobility Measurement System. You will learn how data acquisition, visualization, online data processing and synchronization are solved. In particular, you will learn about high-voltage measurement technology, high-voltage safety of the CSM modules and fast EtherCAT measurement technology.
10:00
Electric Vehicles – Measurement Applications and Challenges
Johann Mathä, CSM
With the help of important measuring technology applications in electric vehicles, you will learn about the challenges of fast, multi-channel real-time analysis. We explain how high-voltage electrical systems are verified according to the standard ISO 21498; for example, the testing of current and voltage ripple. This is followed by safely measuring the shield currents in the HV cables and how to perform the powertrain efficiency analysis. We will show how a multichannel high-voltage measurement system is set up in the vehicle and on the test bench in order to carry out fast real-time measurements and to record measured data. The entire Vector CSM measurment system from common sensors to CSM’s measurement modules and interfaces to the analysis computer and control units are presented.
11:00
Live Demo: Simple E-Mobility Analysis with vMeasure exp
Boris Ruoff, Vector
The CSM HV measurement modules and sensors are distributed throughout test vehicles or centrally combined on test benches. CSM’s high-voltage breakout modules measure high currents and voltages with 1MS/s per channel directly on the vehicle cables. All measuring modules deliver precise, time-synchronized measurement data. The measurement software vMeasure exp is designed for the processing of large amounts of data at high data rates and offers this data for easy and fast visualization, analysis, recording or further processing.
In the heart of vMeasure exp, the eMobilityAnalyzer calculates all vehicle performance parameters in real time. Mathematical trigger conditions can be applied to these performance parameters to capture important vehicle responses. Thus, for example, the active power or the efficiency can be recorded directly instead of the raw signals, calculate the flowed charge, or indicate the exceeding of a tolerance band for analyzing the stability of the vehicle electrical system during the ongoing measurement. In this session, you will see a selection of functions from the eMobilityAnalyzer being configured and used.   

 

Agenda December 3rd

Time
MEZ
Topic & Speaker
9:00
Introduction
Dr. Winfried Koch, CSM and Thomas Schmerler, Vector
 
Battery Thermal Management – New Measurement Technology Simplifies Verification
Dr. Jürgen Braunstein, CSM
Throughout the development process of high-voltage battery systems for electric vehicles, the investigation of temperature distribution and thermodynamics down to the cell level is required. This means that potentially hundreds of temperature sensors must be positioned as precisely as possible, and they must also be miniaturized, highly accurate, robust, and insensitive to interference. CSM has developed a new, patent pending, digital temperature technology (HV DTemp) for measurements throughout a high-voltage battery. Because the measurement system is extremely space-saving and high-voltage safe, it also can be advantageous for other applications. This new HV DTemp technology will be presented, along with the use-cases and benefits throughout the battery and vehicle development cycles.
10:00
Live-Demo: Intelligent Recording of Large Amounts of Data with vMeasure log
Dr. Alexander Sundt, Vector
Measurement data are generated in ever larger quantities and different formats in the automotive development. The number of measurement channels is increasing; high precision sensors and high-frequency metrology deliver valuable data at a speed that's fast but above all, creating intelligent data logging solution demands. In this lecture we will provide insights into the new product, vMeasure log, our highest performing data logger, specifically designed to handle huge throughput and data rates. It the core of vMeasure log also the e-Mobility function library is calculating all performance parameters and can perform online analysis during runtime. Learn and discuss with us what simple tricks and methods can be used to increase efficiency and improve your daily work with the datalogger.
11:00
Simple Measurement Data Analysis and Data Management with vSignalyzer and vMDM
Christoph Heller, Vector
At rising number of measurement runs and variants of test vehicles, as well as units under test, one can easily lose oversight due to the sheer amount of data. For this task, vSignalyzer and vMDM offer simple but powerful tools for data analysis and data mining, automatic reporting, and systematic data storage - even in the cloud. You find every data you look for instantly and can finally generate analysis in different ways to get the most information and use out of the recorded data. Furthermore, the tools support efficient working in local and global collaborative teams to fulfil the same task. The efficient evaluation of vehicle data requires a comfortable tool. With flexible import functions, a quick overview of physical measurements, messages of the bus communication, ECU measurements, GPS and video data is available. With only a few mouse clicks, you can visualize the signals and direct the dependencies between the signals. In this session you will learn about the features of vSignalyzer and vMDM that allow you to perform sophisticated data analysis and how to use them efficiently.

 

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