MAKING THE CASE FOR A NEXT GENERATION AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

@inproceedings{Miller1998MAKINGTC,
  title={MAKING THE CASE FOR A NEXT GENERATION AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM},
  author={James M. Lehto Miller and Dhiraj Goel and Danielle Kaminski and H.-P. Sch{\"o}ner and Thomas M. Jahns},
  year={1998}
}
In this paper, the authors examine the capacity pressures affecting the current 14V electrical system. This is followed by a discussion regarding the advantages offered by the introduction of a dual-voltage 42/14V electrical system. The authors then present two alternative candidate architectures which are considered to be responsive to the expected requirements of future vehicles. They conclude with a discussion regarding the benefits that can be achieved by automotive standards and… CONTINUE READING

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