|Date||Oct 14, 2020|
Gear Trainer Webinar
|Process||Design Software, Gear Process Theory|
Dr. Stadtfeld Day Live in Japan: The New Diff² Double Differential for eDrives
Today’s electric motors for EV’s have speeds of 10,000 to 20,000 RPM. The motor speeds of tomorrow are increasing to 30,000 and 40,000 RPM which requires transmission ratios which are more than 20 times higher than today’s transmissions for vehicles with combustion engines.
The double differential can deliver these high ratios and it can handle the ultra-high input speeds due to some physically interesting factors. In addition the efficiency of the entire transmission, from input to output is higher than 98%. Learn about design configurations and their benefits including energy savings under sporty and stop- and go driving patterns.
This Webinar is presented live by Prof. Dr. Hermann Stadtfeld, VP of Research and Development Bevel Gear Technology of The Gleason Works, with translation support of professional staff of Gleason Asia Corporation.
Gear Trainer Webinars cover a variety of topics on bevel and cylindrical gear manufacturing technology, including gear and transmission design and simulation, soft cutting and hard finishing processes, metrology, tools, workholding, software and 4.0 production systems. The webinars include a mix of different media including live demonstrations of processes and software applications. Gear Trainer Webinars are moderated live by gear technology experts including the possibility to ask questions via the integrated chat. Within 30 minutes, our gear-cutting experts get to the bottom of the issues, and any questions raised are addressed in the following Q&A session.
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English / Japanese language
JST 10:00 - 11:20 am (Tokyo)
CST 09:00 - 10:20 am (Beijing)
CET 03:00 - 04:20 am (Brussels)
EST 09:00 - 10:20 pm (New York)
Ideally suited for participants in Asia-Pacific and Europe.
Registration closes 1 hour beforehand.