Opening
Day:
Wed, 16-Jun

Time:
09:00 - 09:10

Chairs:
Carlos Casanueva Perez and Susann Boij

OP3
Opening of Day 3

Welcome to rev2021 Day 3!

Here, there is an overview of the day’s activities.

Keynote IV
Day:
Wed, 16-Jun

Time:
09:10 - 09:50

Chairs:
Carlos Casanueva Perez and Susann Boij

KN4
Resource efficient rail transport systems: A railways perspective to REV
Sebastian Stichel

Sebastian is Professor in Rail Vehicle Dynamics at KTH Royal Institute of Technology and Director of the KTH Railway Group.

Railway Transport is already today in several aspects a resource efficient transport system. It is very energy efficient, has low CO2 emissions since it is easily electrified, has a high transport capacity in relation to the land use, and it is very safe. Nevertheless, researchers and vehicle manufacturers are working on further reducing energy consumption and emissions from rail vehicles with e.g., lightweight designs, reduced air drag or novel and

Materials and Modelling I
Day:
Wed, 16-Jun

Time:
10:00 - 10:40

Chairs:
Elke Deckers and Romain Rumpler

P09.A
Green chips urethane based poroelastic materials: An opportunity for up to 80% recycled and 100% recyclable content coming from recycled PU mattresses
Arnaud Duval, Guillaume Crignon, Maxime Roux and Dominique Lemaire

P09.B
Periodic resonator-based optimization of an acoustic package made of glass wool
Giuseppe Catapane, Dario Magliacano, Giuseppe Petrone, Francesco Franco and Sergio De Rosa

P09.C
3D tunable anisotropic metamaterial for low-frequency vibration absorption
Huina Mao, Romain Rumpler and Peter Göransson

Materials and Modelling II / Early Design I
Day:
Wed, 16-Jun

Time:
11:00 - 11:40

Chairs:
Thilo Bein and Peter Göransson

P10.A
Analytical method for predicting micro-geometry-based flow resistivity in anisotropic foams to improve sound absorption of vehicle panels
Eva Lundberg, B. P. Semeniuk, Huina Mao, Romain Rumpler and Peter Göransson

P10.B
Optimization of deep drawing process parameters for multiple functional requirements
V. K. Balla, E. Deckers, B. Pluymers, J. Stroobants, H. G. Sakinala and W. Desmet

P10.C
Systematic design of a generic Life Cycle Assessment model construct for aluminum automotive components
Patrick Haun, Philipp Müller and Marzia Traverso

Early Design II
Day:
Wed, 16-Jun

Time:
11:50 - 12:30

Chairs:
Josef-Peter Schöggl and Tracy Bhamra

P11.A
Concept of a digital product passport for an electric vehicle battery
Katharina Berger, Josef-Peter Schöggl and Rupert J. Baumgartner

P11.B
A generic approach to capitalize manufacturing experience in design and optimization
Philip Eyckens, Frank Naets, Elke Deckers, Eveline Rosseel, Hendrik Schuette, Ioanna Koutla, Reginald Diltoer, Carlos Lopez and Pierre Duysinx

P11.C
Validation of a novel XiL setup for frontloaded testing of an electric vehicle powertrain
Bart Forrier, Thomas D’hondt, Leonardo Cecconi and Mathieu Sarrazin

Systems Aspects I
Day:
Wed, 16-Jun

Time:
13:30 - 14:10

Chairs:
Arnaud Can and Per-Olof Sturesson

P12.A
A methodology to assess the impact of driving noise from individual vehicles in an urban environment
Sacha Baclet, Siddharth Venkataraman and Romain Rumpler

P12.B
Analyzing interaction effects in a vehicle model using network theory
Sai Kausik Abburu, Carlos Casanueva Perez and Ciarán O’Reilly

P12.C
Open-source modeling chain for the dynamic assessment of road traffic noise exposure
Valentin Lebescond, Arnaud Can, Pierre Aumond and Pascal Gastineau

Systems Aspects II
Day:
Wed, 16-Jun

Time:
14:20 - 15:10

Chairs:
Gyözö Gidofalvi and Susann Boij

P13.A
Using Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) to introduce weights to Social Life Cycle Assessment of Mobility Services
Katharina Gompf, Marzia Traverso and Jörg Hetterich

P13.B
An initial exploration of measures of transport efficiency through optimising a simple truck model
Khashayar Shahrezaei, Ciarán O’Reilly, Timo Lähivaara and Peter Göransson

P13.C
Towards a multi-scale and multi-domain modelling of road cargo systems
Per-Olof Sturesson and Stefan Edlund

P13.D
On the trade-off between noise exposure cost and resource efficiency in traffic
Johan Nygren, Susann Boij, Romain Rumpler and Ciarán J. O’Reilly

Pre Panel Discussion
Day:
Wed, 16-Jun

Time:
15:20 - 16:00

Chairs:
Mathilda Karlsson Hagnell and Per Wennhage

PPD
Presentation of all panelists

The panelists participating in the upcoming panel discussion present themselves and give their view on sustainability and product development challenges facing their vehicle systems, disciplinary backgrounds and organisations.

The panelists are Jonas Eliasson, Director of Transport Accessibility at Trafikverket (The Swedish Transport Administration); Elisabeth Hörnfeldt, Project Manager of Sustainable Integrated Transport Systems at Scania Group; and David Wennberg, Rail Systems Specialist and Co-Founder of WMC Consulting.

Panel Discussion
Day:
Wed, 16-Jun

Time:
16:10 - 16:40

Chairs:
Annika Stensson Trigell

PND
Research and development for future resource efficient vehicles

Future resource efficient vehicles need to fulfill different engineering and sustainability challenges. How can research help meet these challenges?

Annika Stensson Trigell, KTH Royal Institute of Technology’s Vice-Rector for Research, is joined by Jonas Eliasson, Elisabeth Hörnfeldt and David Wennberg to discuss this topic.

Closing
Day:
Wed, 16-Jun

Time:
16:40 - 17:00

Chairs:
Ciarán O'Reilly

CL3
Closing of the conference

The end of Day 3 and the final day of rev2021.

Here, there is a closing ceremony.

Thank you to everyone who contributed to this conference and see you all at the next Resource Efficient Vehicles conference!