Automotive Simulation World Congress & ANSYS Electronics Simulation Expo, June 7-8 2016, Munich


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DAY 1 — June 7 — Tuesday
8:00 – 9:00 Registration
Opening Plenary Session
Room: Cuvillies I & II
9:00 – 9:15 Welcome Address – Dr. Sandeep Sovani, Director of Global Automotive Industry, ANSYS – “Simulating Smart, Efficient Vehicles
9:15 – 9:45 Keynote — Jim Cashman, CEO, ANSYS – “Engineering the Internet of Things
9:45 – 10:15 Keynote — Dr. Grzegroz Ombach, VP of Engineering, Qualcomm – “Wireless Electric Vehicle Charging as an Example of Breakthrough Innovation”
10:15 – 10:45 Keynote — Manfred Adams, VP of Development, Brose Group – “The Virtual Product – Still a Vision?”
10:45 – 11:15 Break, Exhibition, Networking
11:15 – 11:45 Keynote — Ferdinando Cannizzo, Head of Powertrain Electrification, Ferrari – “Driving Innovation Through Simulation in Ferrari”
11:45 – 12:00 Keynote — Tosh Tambe, Amazon Web Services – “Race to Optimal Design”
12:00 - 12:15 Keynote — Philippe Trautmann, Hewlett Packard Enterprise – “Achieving Extreme Performance with HPC for Big Data Innovation”
12:15 - 13:30 Lunch

Automotive Simulation World Congress ANSYS Electronics Simulation Expo

Engine: Fuel Injection Powertrain: Intake and Exhaust Body and Chassis: Brakes eMobility: Motors and Generators Electronics: Thermal–Structural Reliability Antenna Design for IoT applications Power and Thermal Management for Complex Chips, Packages and IC

Room: Asam I Room: Cuvillies II Room: Cuvillies I Room: Asam II Room: Effner I Room: Effner II Room: Holl

Session Chair: P. Mandloi Session Chair: R. Reinelt Session Chair: A. Khondge Session Chair: G. Prillwitz Session Chair: L. Johnson Session Chair: M. Laudien Session Chair: S. Muff
13:30 – 14:00 L. Foley (ANSYS) F. Hartmann (TU Freiberg) S. Weiland (ZF-TRW) D. Dinulovic (Würth Elektronik)  U. Lautenschlager (Continental)  Keynote - A. Nicholi (Iotic Labs) 
Comprehensive multi-physics simulations of cavitating and non-cavitating high pressure Diesel injectors Investigation of the engine intake flow using high-resolved LES Efficient CAE-tools and processes to support brake-squeal counter measure development Development of an electromagnetic energy harvesting generator Optimal design of automotive multimedia systems Why isn't the Internet of Things more like the internet and how to fix it
14:00 – 14:30 M. Gavaises (City Univ of London)  A. Matyas (Continental) J. Lee (Hyundai Motor Co) M. Stokmaier (Dynardo)  D. Kraetschmer (Bosch)  M. Kopp (ANSYS)  M. Schmitt (ANSYS) 
Flow and cavitation in Diesel fuel injector nozzles Dynamical pressure shock simulation in the silencer Experimental valid-ation of CAE and implementation of additional factors for brake squeal simulation Sensitivity analysis and optimization of an electric motor Simulation concept for the virtual assessment of the transient electro-thermal behaviour of PCB-based ECUs Simulation of installed antenna performance on large structures Solutions for Electronics Systems/IoT Electronics (Signal, Power, Thermal, Structural)
14:30 – 15:00 J. Shi (Delphi) S. Engeda (BMW)  M. Sielemann (Modelon)  O. Haedrich (ANSYS)  T. Iberer (CADFEM) C. Roemelsberger (CADFEM) M. Panagopoulou (Infineon) 
Simulation methodology for advance Diesel injection and combustion development Influence of maldistribution on the cumulative emission of a three-way-converter Systems engineering solutions: Antilock braking system example Fast transient electromagnetic field simulation with time decomposition Coupled electrical, thermal and mechanical reliability investigations for power electronic assemblies Designing better dual band antennas for IoT and other applications A Simulation approach for modeling the thermal behavior of chip, package, PCB and system
15:00 - 15:30 W. Sander (Bosch) S. Meyer (FES Fanrzeugentwicklung Sachsen)  D. Davies (D2H Engineering) M. Brueck (EMMotive) R. Jaschke (Helmut Schmidt Univ) M. Kopp (ANSYS) E. Blanc (ANSYS)
CFD simulation of the hydraulic pressure analyzer (HDA) and validation of the measurement approach based on a common-rail injector Multiphase CFD-analysis for filling of automotive SCR tank systems as basis for design optimization Accelerated and validated brake cooling development using CAE tools Integral approach for simulation-driven development of electric traction motors in automotive applications In-rush current from LED lamps can destroy switches Advanced Wireless Communications Reducing Power Noise and improving reliability for high performance System on a Chip from early design stage to Signoff
15:30 - 16:00 Break, Exhibition, Networking

Engine: In-Cylinder  Powertrain: Seals  Body and Chassis: Aerodynamics eMobility: Electric Drives  Electronics: Power Electronics  RF and Microwave Design for IoT Chip Package System (SI, PI, EMC)

Room: Asam I Room: Cuvillies II Room: Cuvillies I Room: Asam II Room: Effner I Room: Effner II Holl

Session Chair: W. Bauer Session Chair: T. Yugov Session Chair: T. Virdung Session Chair: L. Voss Session Chair: X. Fornari Session Chair: M. Laudien Session Chair: S. Muff
16:00 – 16:30 E. Meeks (ANSYS) R. Siber (Adam Opel) N. Sykes (Red Bull Racing)  J. Goss (Motor Design Ltd) F. Niedermeier (BMW) T. DeVarco (SGI)  G. Capello (U-Blox)
Internal combustion engine simulation strategies How simulation leads to compact damper filter boxes Aerodynamic development and CFD workflow optimisation Efficiency map and drive cycle simulation for PMSMs Analysis and optimization of inductive charging systems for electromobility Speeding electro-magnetic simulation of single chips to complete module laminate assemblies at Qorvo(R) Thermal gradients in a cellular module for 2G/3G cellular communications
16:30 – 17:00 L. Schaefer (BMW)  Q. Ye (FhG-IPA) C. Feichtinger (KTM)  J. Weis (Schaeffler) H. Edel (Ing Büro Edel)  A. Michel (ANSYS)  O. Haedrich (ANSYS) 
Lagrangian spark ignition model accounting for spark-channel dynamics, diffusion and detailed chemical kinetics Numerical simulation of seam sealing processes Automated workflow for the drag reduction of racing motorcycles Cooling of Electric drive systems — how CFD simulation supports product development Comparison between simulation and measurement of transformer and inductor losses (Presented in German Language) Antennas and wireless devices interferences simulations within a vehicle Solving package and printed circuit board converter power and delivery EMI challenges
17:00 – 17:30 L. Foley (ANSYS) H. Inoue (Eagle Industry, Japan) C. Ribes (PSA) H. Steinhart (Steinbeis Transferzentrumfür Leistungselektronik) F. Larisch (Webasto)  M. Laudien (ANSYS) A. Levanto (Infineon) 
Internal combustion engine design and optimization Sealing for pumps and turbos: Simulation-driven development of next-generation mechanical seals Aerodynamic loads on a passenger car crossing a truck Interpretation and design of an electric drive for a motocross bike (Presented in German Language) Multidisciplinary simulation based design of a high-efficiency, high-voltage heater for battery electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles. Product update: HFSS Customized adoption of HPC GUI for a non-uniform LSF cluster
17:30 - 18:00 D. Hain (TU Freiberg) A. Tlili (Cyclam) P. Ekman (Linkopings Univ)  M. Hanke (CADFEM)  T. DeVarco (SGI) 
S. Muff (ANSYS) 
Investigation of soot formation processes in DISI engines using ethanol-based fuels Optimization of an o-ring-like elastomer for static sealing in engine cooling system Evaluation of the stress blended eddy simulation model for external aerodynamics applications NVH analysis of drives Maximizing electromagnetic computation throughput
Product update: SI-PI
18:00 - 19:00 Exhibition and Networking
19:00 - 22:00 Bavarian Dinner and Networking








DAY 2 — June 8 — Wednesday
7:30 – 8:30 Registration
Opening Plenary Session
Room: Cuvillies I & II
8:30 – 9:00 Keynote — Dirk Linse, BMW – “The BMW Vision and Strategy in Engine Simulation
9:00 – 9:30 Keynote — Joachim Noack, Chief Engineer CAE, Global Lead CAE Braking, ZF TRW – “Product Development Strategies in the Era of Globalization and Vehicle Electrification”
9:30 – 10:00 Keynote — Atsushi Ogawa, Head of Aerodynamics and Thermal Management, Honda R&D Japan – “CFD History at Honda and Future Prospects”
10:00 – 10:30 Break, Exhibition, Networking

Automotive Simulation World Congress ANSYS Electronics Simulation Expo

Engine: Turbocharging Powertrain: Cooling and Lubrication Body and Chassis: Aero Optimization Body and Chassis: Manufacturing & Structural Integrity Systems Simulation and Embedded Software Workshop 1 Workshop 2
Room: Asam I Room: Cuvillies II Room: Cuvillies I Room: Asam II Room: Holl Room: Klenze Room: Holl

Session Chair: W. Bauer Session Chair: P. Mandloi Session Chair: A. Wade Session Chair: M. Oswald Session Chair: L. Johnson M. Laudien A. Mzoughi, A. Focho
10:30 – 11:00 M. Kainz (ANSYS) A. Boemer (Deutz) F. Menter (ANSYS) T. Vibrans (VW) L. Johnson (ANSYS) Simulation komplexer verkoppelter Antenennsysteme für Kommunikation und Radar: effiziente Lösungen zur Modellierung und zur Berechnung Efficient design flow for electromagnetic and thermal simulation of complex electronic systems developing automotive and IoT applications
An integrated design proecss for turbochargers Efficient simulation of boiling effects at engine cooling jackets SBES Turbulence Models Inductive heating of shaped blanks for hot stamping of car body parts Multidomain multifidelity system simulation of electrified vehicle systems
11:00 – 11:30 R. Wildhofer (BMW) P. Illg (John Deere) C. Harley (Wirth Research) M. Kellermeyer (CADFEM) H. Tummescheit (Modelon)
Fluid–structure interaction in the exhaust system of turbocharged petrol engines CFD investigation of rotating gears in oil Truck aerodynamics optimisation - realised Topology optimization for additive manufacturing using a wheel-rim example Executable requirements to the rescue: Using Modelica and FMI to evaluate requirements compliance early in the system design
11:30 – 12:00 V. Boxberger (TU Berlin) C. Lynch (Code Product Solutions) T. Virdung (ANSYS) R. Maia (CaetanoBus) X. Fornari (ANSYS)
Analysis of different transient simulation methods for the numerical computation of a radial exhaust gas turbine Combining CFD, FEA and scripting for efficient oil vane pump integrity assessment Total vehicle simulation of the Volvo S80 Complete bus-body simulation Ensuring safety with ISO26262 and AUTOSAR compliant embedded software and auto-code generation
12:00 – 12:30 T. Czapka (VW) P. Mandloi (ANSYS) E. Helgason (Volvo Cars) T. Optiz (VW) J. Bayani (Tesla Motors)
Numerical investigation of casing treatment for compressor map enhancement Over 10x speed-up of engine cooling simulations with Reduced Order Models (ROMs) Duct optimization Coating dislocation by fast heating for press hardening in automotive context Automotive system virtual prototyping and design for reliability
12:30 – 13:30 Lunch

HPC and Cloud Computing Powertrain: Lightweighting  Body and Chassis: Wind Noise eMobility: Power Systems Autonomous Driving and ADAS Workshop 1 Workshop 2
Room: Asam I Room: Cuvillies II Room: Cuvillies I Room: Asam II Room: Holl Room: Klenze Room: Holl

Session Chair: Wim Slagter Session Chair: T. Yugov Session Chair: A. Khondge Session Chair: L. Foley Session Chair: X. Fornari M. Laudien A. Mzoughi, A. Focho
13:30 – 14:00 A. Clarich (Esteco) F. Franchini (Enginsoft) M. Oswald (ANSYS) D. Grossi (Meta Systems)  L. Johnson (ANSYS) Simulation of complex coupled antenna systems for communication and radar: efficient solutions for modeling and calculation Effizienter Entwurf komplexer elektronischer Systeme für Automobil- und IoT-Anwendungen mittels elektromagnetischer und thermischer Simulation
Highly-efficient design optimization for automotive applications Structural and material optimization of BorgWarner tensioner arms Deterministic aero-vibro acoustics for wind noise prediction Efficient workflow for EMC and thermal modeling of a high-power battery charger for electric vehicle Simulation of ADAS and autonomous vehicle systems
14:00 – 14:30 C. Ziegler (Amazon Web Services) P. Kestel (University of Erlangen) K. Nusser (University of Erlangen-Nürnberg) R. Reinelt (ANSYS) J. S. Cubillo (Tecnalia, DLR)
Reaching scale with cloud for automotive CAE simulation Assistance system for automated and knowledge-based setup and evaluation of design-accompanying finite element analyses A fluid-structure interaction scheme for prediction of flow-induced low frequency buffeting noise – Part 1: Flow simulation Recent advances in PEM fuel cell simulation methods Unifying control and verification for autonomous driving development
14:30 – 15:00 W. Gentzsch (Uber Cloud) D. Vickerman (GRM Consulting) J. Rejlek (Virtual Vehicle) B. Monnet (Hewlett Packard Enterprise) M. Kopp (ANSYS)
CFD simulations in the cloud, on demand, in novel software containers Advanced simulation methods for light-weighting within a passenger car powertrain A detached fluid–structure interaction scheme for prediction of flow-induced, low frequency, buffeting noise — Part 2: numerical workflow VDI solutions: Securing & optimizing engineeding workloads Autonomous vehicle radar: Improving radar performance with simulation
15:00 – 15:30 Break, Exhibition, Networking
Closing Plenary Session
Room: Cuvillies I & II
15:30 – 15:45 Keynote — Stephan Gillich, Director Technical Computing GTM EMEA, Intel – “Fuel your insight to democratize simulation driven design”
15:45 – 16:15 Keynote — Eric Bantegnie, VP of Systems and Software Business Unit, ANSYS – “Using lessons learned from aerospace and railways in electronics, software and system development of autonomous vehicles
16:15 – 16:45 Award CeremonyThomas Zanzinger, Area Director for Germany, Austria & Nordics, ANSYS
16:45 – 17:45 Farewell Coffee & Soft Drinks in Exhibition Area

 



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