We are glad to inform you that we are conducting a TOPTECH program on the topic “BALANCE FUEL ECONOMY & COMFORT USING A VEHICLE LEVEL TEST & SIMULATION APPROACH (Vehicle Energy Management and Thermal Management)” on 28th & 29th September 2018 at SAEINDIA Southern Section Office (Subjected to change based on Registration), Chennai.
Simulation Specialist – Simcenter 1D COE
Aero mechanical engineer with science and engineering background. Most of the work involves automotive & subsystems simulation in V&V cycle approach. Responsible for MBSE business across India.
PreSales Solutions’ Consultant – Simcenter 3D CFD
Masters from University of New Orleans specialized in CFD
15+ years of experience in Flow and Thermal simulation and methods development Worked with major Automotive OEMs and supported on CFD simulations using STAR-CCM+
PreSales Solutions’ Consultant – Simcenter TEST
An automobile enthusiast with Master’s degree in Automotive Engineering, specialized in NVH Engineering, Project Management & Solutions Selling. Possess 10 years of domain expertise delivering NVH attribute for vehicle projects at different development phases with a knowledge on attribute balancing & as a Solutions Consultant for tools that NVH teams can rely upon for vehicle development.
Regulators will continue to expect OEMs and the supplier industry to achieve higher fuel economy and significant emission reductions. The incumbents will have to meet these requirements, while maintaining drivability and performance benchmarks. Technological innovations need to be leveraged to comply with such regulations, and to safeguard the balance between vehicle energy management and functional performance in all components, systems and sub-systems.
In fact, vehicle concepts and architectures should be evaluated comprehensively to make design decisions. In other words, detailed design analysis of full vehicle and its sub-components should be undertaken to appraise an integrated systems that comprises of mechanical, thermal, electrical and controls subsystems. Design analysis and engineering processes should be aligned with upcoming regulatory requirements by embracing concepts like vehicle energy management, which integrate green engineering into current product development processes, while continuing to improve vehicle’s drivability and performance. Broadly, assessment and analysis of the following attributes need to be done:
Equilibrium between drivability and fuel economy
Designing for optimum range and lower energy consumption
Optimization of energy flows
SAE and Siemens Industry Software invites you to join us for an educative and interactive two-day workshop focused on achieving your fuel economy targets in harmony with conflicting performances.
Industry drivers and engineering challenges
Simulation from subsystem design to vehicle synthesis and controls validation
Vehicle Energy Management
Investigating vehicle architectures and strategies using a multi-level approach
Accurately predicting energy consumption and distribution of full system level
Vehicle Thermal Management
On component level: Understanding heat source generation to dissipation through engine block and cooling circuits, Predicting engine warm-up and optimizing cooling performance.
On Full vehicle, vehicle integration level: Steady Conditions and Transient Conditions.
Optimizing the external aero-dynamics
From In-cylinder to after treatment
Detailed model of engine (scalability, 1D, emission model…)