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TUESDAY, 17 JANUARY 2006

Introduction to the AutoSim Project

T. Morris (NAFEMS Ltd., UK)

Introduction to AUTOSIM project for Consortium members. Sets out aims of the project, the background to the project, and the role of the different types of consortium members

Meeting organization

R. Oswald (NAFEMS / Werbos, UK/D)

Discussion of meeting arrangements, organisation, payment and venues.

Web site and administration

D. Quinn (NAFEMS Ltd., UK)

This presentation covers some initial communication and administration issues, as well as a brief overview of the project website

 

Technology Areas & CAE Success Stories

H. Sippel (CAEvolution GmbH, D)

  • Key personnel, Technology areas, Prposeof Barcelona Meeting, how we will intend to work
  • Prototype Savings (MITSUBISHI),SimulationData Management –SIMDAT (AUDI), Optimization (BMW)

Presentation of FENET Automotive Findings

F. Espiga (Labein, E)

Integration
Best Practices / Breakthrough Technologies

Chair: G. Duffet (Herbertus S.L., E), A. Moser (Virtuelles Fahrzeug mbH, A), R. Schweiger (D)

Overview and Introduction of Best Practices

G. Duffet (Herbertus S.L., E)

Brief overview of integration concepts as applied to engineering analysis and design. Thought stimulation for future presentations and discussions.

Overview and Introduction of Breakthrough Technologies

A. Moser (Virtuelles Fahrzeug mbH, A)

Some Aspects on Upfront CAE and CAD/CAEIntegration

R. Schweiger (CAEvolution GmbH, D)

CFD Optimisation Case Studies

F. Mendonca (CD-adapco, UK)

Materials
Best Practices / Breakthrough Technologies

Chair: N.N., F. Espiga (Labein, E), T. Dutton (NAFEMS Ltd. / Dutton Simulation Ltd., UK)

Overview and Introduction of Best Practices

Overview and Introduction of Breakthrough Technologies

F. Espiga (Labein, E)

Characterisation and Modelling of Dynamic Properties for Reliable Integrated System Simulation

S. Olutunde Oyadiji (Univ. of Manchester, UK)

Modelling Elastomeric Automotive Components using FEA and Multi Body Dynamic Analysis

H. Ahmadi (TARRC, UK)

WEDNESDAY, 18 JANUARY 2006

Integration

Best Practices / Breakthrough Technologies cont´d

Chair: G. Duffet (Herbertus S.L., E), A. Moser (Virtuelles Fahrzeug mbH, A), R. Schweiger (D)

Integration of Simulation into the Development Process

E. Schelkle (via CAEvolution GmbH / Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG)

  • Ongoing reduction of development time
  • Increasing forecast quality requirements
  • Rapid increase of simulation models and results
  • Transition form real to virtual Testing
  • Consequences for CAE-Simulation?

Impact of Manufacturing Processes on Crash Test Results

L. Kovar (MECAS ESI s.r.o., CZ)

  • Examples of Manufacturing processes impacting crash test results
  • Stamping simulation
  • Casting simulation
  • Welding simulation
  • 2G solution provided by ESI Group

Advanced Optimization Strategies in Automotive

L. Fuligno (EnginSoft SpA, I)

A general introduction to the model validation process, focusing on main difficulties and trying to trace a roadmap to successfully build reliable models.

Virtual Product Development applied to Automotive Use Case

RESTRICTED TO AUTOSIM MEMBERS ONLY AT PRESENTERS REQUEST

O. Tabaste (MSC.Software, F)

This use case briefly reviews how simulation can be included up-front in the design cycle via knowledge capture associated to CAD/CAE integration. Engineering process integration, that will be manageable and traceable though SDM, then expands virtual prototyping capability across the board of the entire product life cycle

 

Materials

Best Practices / Breakthrough Technologies cont´d

Chair: N.N., F. Espiga (Labein, E), T. Dutton (NAFEMS Ltd. / Dutton Simulation Ltd., UK)

 

Material Characterisation for Accurate Simulation of new Metal Forming Processes

M. Gutierrez (Labein Tecnalia, E)

Forming Simulation and especially the Effects of Forming

T. Dutton (via NAFEMS Ltd. / Dutton Simulation Ltd., UK)

 

Confidence

Best Practices / Breakthrough Technologies

Chair: J.-M. Crepel, E. Fournier (Renault, F), F. Maggio (Enginsoft Spa, I), M. Neale (TRL Ltd., UK)

Overview and Introduction of Best Practices

J.-M. Crepel, E. Fournier (Renault, F)

  • Validation and certification
  • QA procedure,
  • Standardisation
  • Correlation with physical tests
  • Uncertainty, robustness
  • How to eliminate a gateway
  • Certification of engineers, training

Overview and Introduction of Breakthrough Technologies

F. Maggio (Enginsoft Spa, I)

Numerical Techniques for Robustness Stochastic Analyses and Model Fitting

L. Fuligno (EnginSoft SpA, I)

An Example of CAD Embedded CFD and CAE Process Integration (CFD and Electromagnetics)

F. Mendonca (CD-adapco, UK)

Conclusions and lessons learnt from the meeting Key technology 3: Confidence

M. Neale (TRL, UK)

 

Conclusion and Lessons learnt

H. Sippel (CAEvolution GmbH, D),T. Morris (NAFEMS Ltd., UK)