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How the system approach is determining automotive battery design and use

Abstract

Today, the battery in a vehicle system is specific and designed as a single, stand-alone vehicle product. Traditionally, customer specifications were the driving force behind battery design and application requirements. This method is not able to comprehend the fluctuating requirements of real-time, vehicle systems. Growing competition in the automotive market is increasing customer needs and expectations in regards to cost, weight, size efficiency, time-to-market, and quality of the products and systems. System engineering is a service that Delco Remy, as an electrical power system supplier, offers to help their customers secure gains in the market place. System development and application engineering is essential for the development of performance-optimized components that meet the systems and total vehicle cost, reliability and timing objectives. The battery integration must be managed through the electrical power system during the complete vehicle development process in order to increase ultimately customer satisfaction. (orig.)
Authors:
Bonnet, J; [1]  Stephany, J M; [1]  Sheppelman, T [1] 
  1. Delco Remy Div., General Motors Co., Automotive Components Group, Technical Centre, Luxembourg (Luxembourg)
Publication Date:
Jan 29, 1993
Product Type:
Conference
Report Number:
CONF-9210419-
Reference Number:
CHF-93-0GE036; EDB-93-156684
Resource Relation:
Journal Name: Journal of Power Sources; (Switzerland); Journal Volume: 42:1-2; Conference: 3. European lead battery conference (ELBC-3) and nickel-cadmium (NiCd) battery update, Munich (Germany), 5-9 Oct 1992
Subject:
25 ENERGY STORAGE; LEAD-ACID BATTERIES; OPTIMIZATION; VEHICLES; DESIGN; ELECTRIC BATTERIES; ELECTROCHEMICAL CELLS; 250900* - Energy Storage- Batteries
OSTI ID:
6019197
Country of Origin:
Switzerland
Language:
English
Other Identifying Numbers:
Journal ID: ISSN 0378-7753; CODEN: JPSODZ
Submitting Site:
CHF
Size:
Pages: 185-194
Announcement Date:

Citation Formats

Bonnet, J, Stephany, J M, and Sheppelman, T. How the system approach is determining automotive battery design and use. Switzerland: N. p., 1993. Web.
Bonnet, J, Stephany, J M, & Sheppelman, T. How the system approach is determining automotive battery design and use. Switzerland.
Bonnet, J, Stephany, J M, and Sheppelman, T. 1993. "How the system approach is determining automotive battery design and use." Switzerland.
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title = {How the system approach is determining automotive battery design and use}
author = {Bonnet, J, Stephany, J M, and Sheppelman, T}
abstractNote = {Today, the battery in a vehicle system is specific and designed as a single, stand-alone vehicle product. Traditionally, customer specifications were the driving force behind battery design and application requirements. This method is not able to comprehend the fluctuating requirements of real-time, vehicle systems. Growing competition in the automotive market is increasing customer needs and expectations in regards to cost, weight, size efficiency, time-to-market, and quality of the products and systems. System engineering is a service that Delco Remy, as an electrical power system supplier, offers to help their customers secure gains in the market place. System development and application engineering is essential for the development of performance-optimized components that meet the systems and total vehicle cost, reliability and timing objectives. The battery integration must be managed through the electrical power system during the complete vehicle development process in order to increase ultimately customer satisfaction. (orig.)}
journal = {Journal of Power Sources; (Switzerland)}
volume = {42:1-2}
place = {Switzerland}
year = {1993}
month = {Jan}
}