Energetic Evaluation Of 48-V Systems In Commercial Vehicles

Written by  Administrator | 14 March 2017 | Published in March 2017 ( Cover Feature )

In the commercial vehicles segment the potentials from combustion engines to reduce consumption are largely exhausted. Further improvements involve high investments and risks on the manufacturer side. IAV is looking at the approach of electrifying auxiliary drives at the 48-V voltage level with a view to activating them on demand in a controlled manner.


 

 

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