Transferring the Experience and Technology of Electric Mobility into Aircraft (ppt)

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More Electric Aircraft Conference – Toulouse, February 3–5, 2015 The information in this document is the property of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG and may not be copied or communicated to a third party for any purpose other than that for which it is supplied without express written authority of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG. Transferring the Experience and Technology of Electric Mobility into Aircraft 04 February 2015 Toulouse Peter Glöckner Schaeffler Group – BU Aerospace More Electric Aircraft Conference – Toulouse, February 3–5, 2015 The information in this document is the property of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG and may not be copied or communicated to a third party for any purpose other than that for which it is supplied without express written authority of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG. Transferring the Experience and Technology of Electric Mobility into Aircraft 1 1 3 Schaeffler Group Ergebnisse Motivation 4 High Efficient State of the Art e-Mobility Systems and potential MEA Transfer 3 High Efficient State of the Art Rolling Element Bearing Systems 5 Summary 2 More Electric Aircraft Conference – Toulouse, February 3–5, 2015 The information in this document is the property of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG and may not be copied or communicated to a third party for any purpose other than that for which it is supplied without express written authority of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG. Transferring the Experience and Technology of Electric Mobility into Aircraft 1 2 3 Schaeffler Group Ergebnisse Motivation 4 High Efficient State of the Art e-Mobility Systems and potential MEA Transfer 3 High Efficient State of the Art Rolling Element Bearing Systems 5 Summary 2 2 More Electric Aircraft Conference – Toulouse, February 3–5, 2015 The information in this document is the property of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG and may not be copied or communicated to a third party for any purpose other than that for which it is supplied without express written authority of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG. Schaeffler Group 3 “Together we move the world” More Electric Aircraft Conference – Toulouse, February 3–5, 2015 The information in this document is the property of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG and may not be copied or communicated to a third party for any purpose other than that for which it is supplied without express written authority of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG. Schaeffler Group 4 In million euros 2009 7,336 2010 9,495 2011 10,694 2012 11,125 2013 11,205 Proportion in % Asia/Pacific Europe South America North America 56 16 5 23 Structure in effect until December 31, 2013 Employees Sales (FY 2013) 168 locations worldwide: More than 80,000 worldwide: € 11.2 billion in 49 countries More Electric Aircraft Conference – Toulouse, February 3–5, 2015 The information in this document is the property of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG and may not be copied or communicated to a third party for any purpose other than that for which it is supplied without express written authority of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG. Schaeffler Group 5 Europe Greater China Asia/Pacific Americas Corporate Units IndustrialAutomotive Regions: Business Units More Electric Aircraft Conference – Toulouse, February 3–5, 2015 The information in this document is the property of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG and may not be copied or communicated to a third party for any purpose other than that for which it is supplied without express written authority of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG. Schaeffler Group – Automotive Division 6 Sensor wheel bearing units Tapered roller bearings Tandem angular contact ball bearings TappetsCamshaft phasing units Finger followers with hydr. pivot elements Needle roller bearings OAP Chain tensioning systems McPherson strut bearings Shifting systems Lightweight balancer shafts with rolling brg. supports Toothed chains for primary drives Ball screw drives Torque converters Clutch release systems Dual mass flywheels SAC Double clutch systems dry/wet Clutch linings Transmission components AllrightsreservedforSchaefflerTechnologiesGmbH&Co.KG,especiallyifindustrialpropertyrightsaregranted. Engine and transmission components Components for clutch and transmission systems Wheel modules and transmission bearings Wheel bearings with face spline Deep groove ball bearings More Electric Aircraft Conference – Toulouse, February 3–5, 2015 The information in this document is the property of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG and may not be copied or communicated to a third party for any purpose other than that for which it is supplied without express written authority of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG. Schaeffler Group – Industrial Division 7 Linear technology Tapered roller bearings Ball bearings Needle roller bearings Spherical roller bearings Cylindrical roller bearings Off-Highway Motorcycles Fluid and Pneumatics Renewable Energies Aerospace Heavy Industries Power Transmission Consumer Products / Medical Systems Railway Production Machinery More Electric Aircraft Conference – Toulouse, February 3–5, 2015 The information in this document is the property of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG and may not be copied or communicated to a third party for any purpose other than that for which it is supplied without express written authority of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG. Special Bearing Systems for Aerospace Applications 8 Main shaft and gearbox bearing supports, e.g. for the Boeing 787 Dreamliner and Airbus A 380 Gearbox, swash plate, and transmission shaft bearings for helicopters High-precision bearings in the joints of the robotic arm of the Phoenix Mars lander Special bearings for rocket engines, e.g. turbo pump bearings (Space Shuttle) and cross pin bearings (Ariane 5) More Electric Aircraft Conference – Toulouse, February 3–5, 2015 The information in this document is the property of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG and may not be copied or communicated to a third party for any purpose other than that for which it is supplied without express written authority of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG. Transferring the Experience and Technology of Electric Mobility into Aircraft 9 1 3 Schaeffler Group Ergebnisse Motivation 4 High Efficient State of the Art e-Mobility Systems and potential MEA Transfer 3 High Efficient State of the Art Rolling Element Bearing Systems 5 Summary 2 More Electric Aircraft Conference – Toulouse, February 3–5, 2015 The information in this document is the property of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG and may not be copied or communicated to a third party for any purpose other than that for which it is supplied without express written authority of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG. Motivation 10 Motivation: Reduction in Fuel Burn, Emissions & Noise Minimum 50% Reduction in Fuel Burn and Emissions Geared Fan Recuperating Aero Engines (with heat exchanger) Todays Modern Aero Engines Advanced Aircraft Configurations Fuel Burn - Level 2000 2030 Technologies 20-35% New Engines 20% New Aircraft Config's 10% ATM Air Traffic Management (ATM) Open Rotor More Electric Aircraft Conference – Toulouse, February 3–5, 2015 The information in this document is the property of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG and may not be copied or communicated to a third party for any purpose other than that for which it is supplied without express written authority of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG. Transferring the Experience and Technology of Electric Mobility into Aircraft 1 2 3 Schaeffler Group Ergebnisse Motivation 4 High Efficient State of the Art e-Mobility Systems and potential MEA Transfer 3 High Efficient State of the Art Rolling Element Bearing Systems 5 Summary 2 11 More Electric Aircraft Conference – Toulouse, February 3–5, 2015 The information in this document is the property of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG and may not be copied or communicated to a third party for any purpose other than that for which it is supplied without express written authority of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG. 40% Weight & Power Loss Reduction Integrated Bearing Designs Advanced Bearing Cooling Systems New Materials, Coatings & Surface Technologies Advanced Bearing Analysis High Efficient State of the Art Rolling Element Bearing Systems Integrated Outer Ring Cooling System Integrated Shaft / Bearing Modules Ceramic Rolling Elements Optimized Surfaces Diamond Like Coatings on Rolling Elements Calculation of Shaft / Gear / Bearing Systems Rolling Contact Stressing Calculation Multi-Body-Calculation 12 More Electric Aircraft Conference – Toulouse, February 3–5, 2015 The information in this document is the property of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG and may not be copied or communicated to a third party for any purpose other than that for which it is supplied without express written authority of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG. Transferring the Experience and Technology of Electric Mobility into Aircraft 1 2 3 Schaeffler Group Ergebnisse Motivation 4 High Efficient State of the Art e-Mobility Systems and potential MEA Transfer 3 High Efficient State of the Art Rolling Bearing Systems 5 Summary 2 13 More Electric Aircraft Conference – Toulouse, February 3–5, 2015 The information in this document is the property of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG and may not be copied or communicated to a third party for any purpose other than that for which it is supplied without express written authority of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG. High Efficient State of the Art e-Mobility Systems and potential MEA Transfer 14 Schaeffler Automotive : Covering the full range of powertrain and chassis electrification: High Efficient Electromechanical Systems for the Automotive Industry eWheel Electric Axle Drive Hybrid Module Hybrid Module Active Roll Control System (ARC) More Electric Aircraft Conference – Toulouse, February 3–5, 2015 The information in this document is the property of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG and may not be copied or communicated to a third party for any purpose other than that for which it is supplied without express written authority of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG. High Efficient State of the Art e-Mobility Systems and potential MEA Transfer 15 Transfer of the Passenger Car eWheel Technology into Aircraft: eTaxi 1 2 3 5 4 1 2 3 Liquid cooling Technical data ► Torque: 525 Nm cont. / 850 Nm peak ► Power: 38,5 kW cont. / 60 kW peak ► Weight: approx. 66 kg ► Dimensions: approx. Ø 419 mm x 184 mm 4 5 Power electronics E-machine Friction brake Wheel bearing More Electric Aircraft Conference – Toulouse, February 3–5, 2015 The information in this document is the property of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG and may not be copied or communicated to a third party for any purpose other than that for which it is supplied without express written authority of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG. High Efficient State of the Art e-Mobility Systems and potential MEA Transfer 16 Average taxi-time per day (minutes) Airbus A320 6,799 total deliveries (10,504 family) 3,697 firm order backlog (6,132 family) Transfer of the Passenger Car eWheel Technology into Aircraft: eTaxi Example: 0 50 100 150 Source: EUROCONTROL, US Department of Transportation, Aircraft Commerce, IATA, Airbus Note: *As of 30 June 2014 • Average estimated fuel saving per taxiing & a/c: 13 kg/min • Average taxi-time per day & a/c: 95 min • Average estimated fuel saving per day & a/c1): 1.2 t • Average estimated fuel saving per year & a/c2): US$ 200,000 1) electric power consumption and increased airplane weight not considered 2)US$/bbl = 70 More Electric Aircraft Conference – Toulouse, February 3–5, 2015 The information in this document is the property of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG and may not be copied or communicated to a third party for any purpose other than that for which it is supplied without express written authority of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG. High Efficient State of the Art e-Mobility Systems and potential MEA Transfer 17 Transfer of the Passenger Car Active Roll Control (ARC) Technology into MEA Stab bar Rubber decoupling clutch Planetary transmission eMotor Integrated ECU Torque Sensor Cable Stab bar Technical description • Nominal voltage 12V • Æ90 x 392 mm (without bars) • Total weight 11,8 kg (w/o bars & cables) • Nominal 900 Nm, peak 1.200 Nm • Ramp-up speed 900 Nm at 200 ms • Torque accuracy at life time 40 Nm (4%) • ASIL A More Electric Aircraft Conference – Toulouse, February 3–5, 2015 The information in this document is the property of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG and may not be copied or communicated to a third party for any purpose other than that for which it is supplied without express written authority of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG. High Efficient State of the Art e-Mobility Systems and potential MEA Transfer 18 Transfer of the Passenger ARC Technology into MEA Without ARC With ARC • Significantly improved comfort by Ø reduction of vehicle body roll at cornering Ø reduction of copy movements at poor roads • Safety improvements due to reduction of over steering • Improved vehicle dynamics and agility at any speed • Enables differentiation of platforms from main stream General benefits of the ARC • CO2 reduction by 8g /100km*) due to power-on-demand • High actuator dynamics (900Nm / 0,2s) • High torque accuracy over lifetime • Plug-and-play – easy handling and assembly • Maintenance-free Benefits of the Schaeffler ARC *) 0,3l/100km More Electric Aircraft Conference – Toulouse, February 3–5, 2015 The information in this document is the property of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG and may not be copied or communicated to a third party for any purpose other than that for which it is supplied without express written authority of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG. High Efficient State of the Art e-Mobility Systems and potential MEA Transfer 19 Transfer of the ARC Technology into Aircraft Concept Case: Actuation of Slats and Flaps State of the Art Hydraulic Flap Actuation System: • Rotary or ball screw actuators • Symmetrical deployment of flap panels • "Easy to Lock" in case of asymmetry or power loss • Many mechanical components in the drive system (joints, gearboxes, bearings etc.) • No individual actuation of each single high lift surface possible Power Control Unit (PCU) actuators gearboxes inboard transmission shaft More Electric Aircraft Conference – Toulouse, February 3–5, 2015 The information in this document is the property of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG and may not be copied or communicated to a third party for any purpose other than that for which it is supplied without express written authority of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG. High Efficient State of the Art e-Mobility Systems and potential MEA Transfer 20 Transfer of the Passenger ARC Technology into Aircraft Concept Case: Distributed Actuation of Slats and Flaps Distributed Electromechanical Actuation System: • Elimination of central hydraulic motor and mechanical drive systems • Individual actuation of each single high lift surface possible, which allows for greater functionality Ø Varying wing profile options lead to improved lift distribution and reduced drag during cruise Ø Vortex decay due to individual deflection Ø Can compensate left / right wing fuel imbalance or OEI conditions Ø Adjustment of the Center of Lift in order to reduce wing bending moment in overload cases inboard Electromechanical Roll Control Unit as Flap Actuator • Potential use as actuator in distributed flap actuation systems Ø high torque, torque acceleration, and torque accuracy Ø high reliability Ø low weight More Electric Aircraft Conference – Toulouse, February 3–5, 2015 The information in this document is the property of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG and may not be copied or communicated to a third party for any purpose other than that for which it is supplied without express written authority of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG. Transferring the Experience and Technology of Electric Mobility into Aircraft 21 1 2 3 Schaeffler Group Ergebnisse Motivation 4 High Efficient State of the Art e-Mobility Systems and potential MEA Transfer 3 High Efficient State of the Art Rolling Element Bearing Systems 5 Summary 2 More Electric Aircraft Conference – Toulouse, February 3–5, 2015 The information in this document is the property of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG and may not be copied or communicated to a third party for any purpose other than that for which it is supplied without express written authority of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG. Summary 22 • Advanced mechanical aerospace bearing systems can be leveraged and incorporated in new electromechanical aerospace systems • Automotive modules such as the eWheel and the ARC present potential for Transfer into MEA • The eWheel technology is a potential solution for direct electric landing gear drive (eTaxi) • The ARC system presents a possible option for a distributed flap actuation system Advanced aerospace bearing systems and new electromechanical systems derived from automotive applications can contribute to more efficient and reliable MEA More Electric Aircraft Conference – Toulouse, February 3–5, 2015 The information in this document is the property of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG and may not be copied or communicated to a third party for any purpose other than that for which it is supplied without express written authority of FAG Aerospace GmbH & Co. KG. 23 Thank you for your attention! Transferring the Experience and Technology of Electric Mobility into Aircraft