April 20th, 2015 by Mahdieh Mehrabi
BEYOND CONVENTIONAL POWERTRAIN: SVT 2015
SVT conference, organised by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE), will examine the latest advances in propulsion and vehicle efficiency technologies with a view to understanding the latest developments of systems for carbon dioxide reduction over the entire vehicle lifecycle.
As powertrain technologies and fuel sources diversify, measures of vehicle emissions taken at the tailpipe will not account for CO2 emissions and wider environmental impacts arising from raw material extraction, transportation, manufacture, power generation, use, maintenance and disposal.
SVT 2015 will answer the burning questions:
– What are the appropriate techniques to assess these impacts?
– How can we make sure we are measuring the right things and aiming at the right targets?
– What influence will improved data in this area have on future powertrain architectures?
SVT 2015 will build on these themes and consider the developments in vehicle technology and innovative propulsion systems for the delivery of low-carbon vehicles.
Technologies that will be included in the conference cover conventional, hybridised and electric powertrains as well as alternative approaches and fuels and driver information systems.
To attend the conference please: Book here
For more information please visit: SVT 2015 Programme
Meet with Claytex
On our stand, we will be showcasing our Systems Engineering Solution, Dymola.
We would like to invite you to Session 1, Real-World Emissions, on Wednesday 17th June where Aled Gravelle, Engineer Specialist from JLR, will be presenting:
IMPLEMENTATION OF ENERGY-EFFICIENT CABIN TECHNOLOGIES TO IMPROVE OVERALL VEHICLE EFFICIENCY
If you have any questions or would like to book a meeting with us during the event, do not hesitate to contact us.