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CTiUS 2021

CTI Symposium "Automotive Drivetrains, Intelligent, Electrified" Digital Edition on 8 and 9 September 2021; a Digital Event

Keeping Your Balance

From the latest electric vehicle technology such as direct-cooled eMotors and multi-speed eAxles, to emerging technology such as immersion-cooled battery modules, all can benefit from targeted lubricant additive solutions. Modern lubricants work exceptionally hard to deliver the right balance of cooling, protection, efficiency, and reliability for a myriad of vehicle systems. The additives in these lubricants can dramatically enhance performance and be pivotal in bringing new hardware to market. Successful engineering is all about balance and Afton’s value lies in its ability to unlock new technology through the right blend of additives as well as understanding the importance of close and early partnerships between those providing the specialist lubricant technology and those developing the hardware. This article explores how Afton Chemical offers a guiding hand to help each partner find - and keep - their balance.

The Power of Cool

Recent simulations have explored the potential benefits of three areas of emerging eAxle technology: direct oil-cooling of eMotors, multi-speed transmissions and battery immersion cooling. eMotors generate a formidable amount of heat, so direct oil-cooling is increasingly seen as a way to optimize performance. While the market continues to eVolve, electric vehicle lubrication is also coming of age – bringing with it the power of cool. This article explores the latest research from Ricardo and Afton Chemical, highlighting the benefits of effective cooling for eAxles, multi-speed transmissions and beyond.

eMobility: Glossary of Terms

Confused by BEVs, PHEVs and NEV? Unsure where micro becomes mild or full? Afton’s eMobility Glossary of Terms provides a quick reference for the bewildering array of new terminology arriving with the global megatrend around electrification.

HiTEC® 11456 The Solution for ILSAC GF-6 & API SP Standards

Passenger Car Engine Oil Additive that meet ILSAC GF-6 / API SP Standards

How do synchronisers work?

Synchronisers have been used in manual transmissions for more than 50 years and allow seamless shifting between gears. Since they have been introduced, synchronisers and manual transmissions have evolved into complex engineering solutions. The drive to efficient vehicles and fuel economy has led to the redesign of the modern-day manual transmissions – lighter, smaller, and containing more gear sets. In turn, synchronisers are also impacted, operating in a more challenging environment, requiring more complex engineering solutions and higher performing lubricants additives.

The future is here…this year’s must have

The new GM dexosTM1 specification demands dramatically enhanced performance in 3 important areas: of wear, pre-ignition and fuel economy. Innovation is key to perform at the ‘next level’ as GM dexosTM1 pushes the frontiers of lubricant science.
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