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Getrag is the world's largest supplier of transmission systems for passenger cars and commercial vehicles. The company was founded on 1 May 1935, in Ludwigsburg, Germany, by Hermann Hagenmeyer; as the Getriebe und Zahnradfabrik Hermann Hagenmeyer GmbH & Cie KG.Headquartered in Untergruppenbach in Germany, Getrag manufactures and develops passenger car transmission products and solutions for the important automotive markets Europe, Asia and North America with 24 locations and about 12,500 employees worldwide. In 2011, the company had a turnover of three billion Euros.The company has three joint ventures: Getrag Ford Transmissions headquartered in Cologne with Ford Motor Company, Getrag Transmission Co. Ltd. with Jiangling Motors Corporation., Ltd. and Dongfeng Getrag Transmission with Dongfeng Motor Corporation. In addition, Getrag supplies transmissions to a variety of automotive manufacturers, including BMW , Daimler AG, Ferrari, Mitsubishi, Porsche, Qoros, Renault, Volkswagen Group and Volvo. Competitors include Aisin Seiki Co., BorgWarner, Graziano Trasmissioni and ZF Friedrichshafen.The portfolio ranges from classical manual transmissions, automated manual transmissions and automatic transmissions based on dual clutch transmission technology to various hybridization solutions, range extender systems and purely electric drivetrains. Wikipedia.


Patent
Getrag | Date: 2015-05-27

A gearbox for a motor vehicle. The gearbox comprises at least one fluid supply system. The fluid supply system comprises at least one pump. The fluid supply system comprises at least one fluid sump. The fluid supply system comprises at least one fluid reservoir. The fluid reservoir comprises at least a first fluid outflow leading into the fluid sump. The first fluid outflow can be controlled as a function of a state variable.


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A hybrid drivetrain for a motor vehicle has a first drive unit which has a first drive device by means of which first drive power can be provided. A second drive unit has a second drive device by means of which second drive power can be provided. A drive output device can be connected to driven wheels of the motor vehicle. A first gearbox arrangement has a first gearbox input and a first gearbox output. A second gearbox arrangement has a second gearbox input and a second gearbox output. The first drive device is connected to the first gearbox input and the second drive device is connected to the second gearbox input. The first and second gearbox outputs are connected to the drive output device. The first and second gearbox inputs can be connected to one another or separated from one another by means of a clutch.


Patent
Getrag | Date: 2015-06-05

Hybrid automotive transmission arrangement with a gear transmission for establishing at least one transmission ratio between a transmission input and a transmission output, wherein the gear transmission has a gear set with a coupling gear. An electric machine has a machine output shaft with a drive gear, which is coupled directly or via a coupling gear set to the coupling gear of the transmission gear set so that a power transmission pathway is established from the machine output shaft to the coupling gear. A slip clutch is arranged in the power transmission path.


A shifting arrangement for a motor vehicle gearbox has a housing which defines a longitudinal axis. A rod is mounted axially displaceably in relation to the housing and can be coupled to a shifting clutch arrangement. A shift shaft is mounted rotatably in relation to the housing and is oriented transversely with respect to the longitudinal axis. The shift shaft being coupled to the rod by means of a driver device in such a way that the rod is displaced in a first longitudinal direction in the case of a rotation of the shift shaft in a first rotational direction. The driver device is a freewheel driver device which is configured in such a way that the rod is decoupled from the shift shaft in the case of a rotation of the shift shaft in a second rotational direction.

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