Planning and Simulation of High-Voltage Energy Storage Assembly for Automotive Industry - from Scalable Product Concepts via Assembly Planning and Material Flow Simulation through to Web-Based Assembly Information

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Driven by the demand for green mobility alternatives and the claim to reduce the carbon footprint, technologies for electric mobility are on the advance. Although the idea of using electricity as drive energy came up more than 150 years ago, a considerable potential of development still remains. The automotive industry is in the midst of a time of transition, in which business may change fundamentally in order to meet the upcoming conditions.

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Marion Merklein, Jörg Franke and Hinnerk Hagenah

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J. Bönig et al., "Planning and Simulation of High-Voltage Energy Storage Assembly for Automotive Industry - from Scalable Product Concepts via Assembly Planning and Material Flow Simulation through to Web-Based Assembly Information", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 769, pp. 42-49, 2013

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