Truck & Off-Highway Engineering - February 2022 - 24

PRODUCT BRIEFS
Electric water pump platform
Gates (Denver, Colorado)
has launched its next-generation
technology for
electric water pumps
(EWP) used in automotive,
light commercial, and
heavy-duty hybrid and
battery electric vehicle
(HEV and BEV) applications.
The Gates
ThermalPro EWP platform
- the culmination of " significant
investments " in electronics, software, motor design
and CFD - incorporates design advancements that enable it
to cover a range of applications from 100 W up to 3 kW. The
proprietary mechanical design isolates the electronics assembly
from potential exposure to coolant fluids, improving pump
reliability. The patent-pending technology also improves motor
efficiency, which is critical on fully electric platforms
where EWPs can be significant consumers of battery life.
For more information, visit http://info.hotims.com/82342-454
High-voltage junction box for MW charging
New high-voltage junction
box solutions from Sensata
Technologies (Swindon,
U.K.) provide safe and reliable
protection and power
distribution for high power
charging of commercial
electric vehicles. The solutions
include DC charging
boxes that support megawatt (MW) charging of medium- and
heavy-duty electric trucks up to 850 volts and 1300 amps.
Combining Sensata's proven contactor, fuse and controller
technologies into a compact package, the new junction boxes
are custom designed for specific vehicle requirements and
meet the increased thermal performance that MW charging
requires. The company's cooling and temperature control technology
directly interfaces to the busbars and provides enhanced
cooling efficiency, and isolation monitoring ensures
that the chassis is isolated from the high voltage. Software and
controllers are built on the AUTOSAR platform.
For more information, visit http://info.hotims.com/82342-455
WEBINAR
COMMERCIAL-VEHICLE PROPULSION:
HYDROGEN'S POTENTIAL TO FUEL A REVOLUTION
On Demand Until January 27, 2023
Speakers:
Hydrogen is fast emerging as a promising substitute
for fossil fuels, as truck OEMs, engine manufacturers,
and suppliers accelerate the development and
launch of hydrogen-fueled commercial vehicles.
While fuel cells tend to dominate the discussion,
hydrogen combustion engines also are advancing to
proof-of-concept testing on their path to production.
Speakers in this 60-minute Webinar discuss the
latest advancements and address the benefits and
challenges to both hydrogen avenues, including
infrastructure build-out, application suitability, cost,
and technical hurdles to be resolved.
Sponsored by:
Yousef
Jeihouni, Ph.D.
Project Manager,
Engine and
Hybrid Powertrain
Systems, FEV
North America Inc.
Jim Nebergall
General Manager,
Hydrogen
Engines,
Cummins Inc.
Chris Rovik
Executive
Program
Manager,
Toyota Motor
North America
Bradlee
Stroia, Ph.D.
Chief Technology
Officer,
Stanadyne LLC
For additional details and to register visit: www.sae.org/webcasts
Hosted by:
24 February 2022
TRUCK & OFF-HIGHWAY ENGINEERING
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