Virtual Engineering is routinely used as a key tool in the development, optimisation, and verification of products alongside design guidelines and prototypes testing.
For a considerable part of the process the only available assessments originate from simulations, engineers must therefore ensure the virtual results are not only delivered but also effectively used.
This includes meeting several criteria such as timing, accuracy, robustness, limitations and suggestions appropriate to the project stage. Setting the quality requirements in this loop has been a common responsibility for the simulation specialists and the consumers of simulation results.Now virtual engineering is becoming more accessible so engineers can design to meet performance, cost and feasibility.
Getting all this right is crucial to ensuring Engineering Analysis has the desired impact on product development. In this seminar speakers gave their experience of ensuring that the effective use of Engineering Analysis has led to substantive improvements in the product development process.
Emerging High Fidelity CFD Simulation for Advanced Aerodynamics Design
Spencer Sherwin, Imperial College London
Democratisation of Advanced Engineering Simulation
Jonathan Carter, Dassault Systemes; Mike Brown, Jaguar Land Rover
Using Virtual Engineering to ensure Quality throughout a Products Lifecycle
Andrew Richardson, Jaguar Land Rover
Reliability Analysis and Optimization of ADAS Systems
Alex Mugnai, Esteco
From Low to High-Fidelity Simulation in Advanced Product Design
Akin Keskin, Rolls Royce
Product Development Impact Deploying Optimization & Robustness Technologies
Baljesh Mehmi, Altair
An Overview of Multiphysics and Multi-Functional Simulation – Programme for Simulation Innovation
Georgios Mavros, Loughborough University
Range Rover Velar, BIW and Vehicle Attributes, Examples of Technical Development
Massimo Pettazzoni, Jaguar Land Rover
The Role of Manufacturing Simulation in Automotive Product Development – Upfront Evaluation of Formability and Cost
Trevor Dutton, Dutton Simulation