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WEDNESDA , APRIL 13 - AFTERNOON Technical and Business Sessions

TIME

SESSION TITLE, DESCRIPTION, AND ROOM

Reliability and Robust Design in Automotive Engineering: Reliability and Accelerated Testing (IDM104)

Virtual Design and Engineering (Part 2 of 2) (IDM301)

Chat with the Experts: Computer Model Validation and Verification

Chat with the Experts: The Changing Value Proposition of the Automotive Supply Chain (IDMCHAT101)

(V&V) in Design (IDMCHAT102)

This session presents the papers, practices and techniques used in reliability development and demonstration testing, including accelerated testing. The purpose of a reliability demonstration test is to determine if a product meets or exceeds the established minimum reliability requirement. Accelerated testing involves forcing the product to fail more quickly than it would under normal use conditions, while still producing the correct actual failure modes.

This technical session will showcase the creation and application of various tools that will allow for the design and manufacture of parts, equipment, facilities and tests that eliminate the need for physical part prototyping early in a program. The ability to model variouls aspects of design, test and manufacturing allows for more accurate, cost effective and faster development and product delivery to market.

Computational models models are inexact approximations of the physical world, we must quantify our confidence in the models such that the designs obtained using the simulations will perform as expected when produced. We will briefly review the statistical methods to computer model validation, including frequentist and Bayesian approaches, elaborate on the significance of V&V in automotive design and discuss relevant theoretical and implementation issues and philosophies.

The automotive supply chain has undergone dramatic changes over the past couple of years. The current Recession has changed the look of not only the automotive companies but the entire supply chain from Tier 1 to tier X. The supply chain has had the opportunity now to reduce structural costs with high social entitlements and have learned to do more with less. This trend will probably continue for the foreseeable future. Come and hear issues of concern regarding the changing supply chain.

1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

1:00 p.m. - 3:40 p.m.

4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

D0-06B

D0-07A

D0-06A

D0-07A

Organizers: Paul Lubinski, Thermo King Corp.; haitao Liao, Univ. of Tennessee-Knoxville; D harlow, Lehigh University

Chairpersons: Paul Lubinski, Thermo King Corp

Organizers: George Smith, McLaren Performance Technologies; Paul Zalucha, BAE Systems

Chairpersons: Paul Zalucha, BAE Systems; George Smith, McLaren Performance Technologies

Keynote Speakers: Zissimos Mourelatos, Oakland Univ.; Ramesh Rebba, General Motors LLC

Moderators: George Smith, McLaren Performance Technologies

1:00 p.m.

Generalized Probability Distributions for Accelerated Life Modeling

A Full Vehicle Engine Test Cell Model for Simulation Based Design

(2011-01-0796) D. Gary harlow, Lehigh University

(2011-01-0525) Byron Mason, M Ebrahimi, Univ. of Bradford

1:20 p.m.

Why Current Types of Accelerated Stress Testing Cannot help to Accurately Predict Reliability and Durability?

Minimization of Risks and Difficulties from DESIGN to MASS PRODUCTION for Powertrain Components and Modules

(2011-01-0800) Lev M. Klyatis, SohaR, Inc.

(2011-01-0524)

Bernd Jeitler, Martin Atzwanger, AVL List Gmbh

1:40 p.m.

Statistically Precise and Energy Efficient Accelerated Life Testing

Improving Program Management Through Web-Enabled “PLM for All”

(2011-01-0797)

haitao Liao, Dan Zhang, Univ. of Tennessee-Knoxville

(2011-01-0520) Kevin Baughey, Dassault Systemes

A GLM Approach to Optimal ALT Test Plans for Weibull Distribution with Type-I Censoring

Front under run protection device strength test certification through FE simulations

(2011-01-0799)

(2011-01-0529)

Rong Pan, Tao Yang, Arizona State University

Sujit Chalipat, Ganesh Radha, Tata Technologies(deputed to TataMotors); Adwait Kulkarni, Tata Motors Ltd.; Rahul Mahajan, Automotive Research Association of India

2:00 p.m.

Reliability Evaluation Based on Sequencing of Applied Stresses

An Agent-Based Simulation Test Bed for Modeling Wireless Sensors Based Shop Floor Control Systems

(2011-01-0798)

(2011-01-0518)

Michael Koskulics, E. A. Elsayed, Rutgers Univ.

hamed Manesh, Eastern Mediterranean Univ.

2:20 p.m.

2:40 p.m.

Panel Discussion: Critical Issues for Reliability and Accelerated Testing

Moderators: Paul Lubinski, Thermo King Corp.

Panelists:

  • E.

    A. Elsayed, Rutgers Univ.

  • D.

    Gary harlow, Lehigh University

Lev Klyatis, Sohar Inc. Tao Yang, Shanghai Jiao Tong Univ.

Understanding Work Task Assessment Sensitivity to the Prediction of Standing Location

(2011-01-0527)

Diana M. Wegner, General Motors Company; Matthew P. Reed, University of Michigan

3:00 p.m.

Weight Optimization of “CAP, WhEEL CENTER” for Passenger Car

(2011-01-0522)

Deepak Tiwari, Rohit Narula, Maruti Suzuki India Ltd.

3:20 p.m.

Expanded Accommodation Analysis Technique with Application to Maintennace Environment

(2011-01-0521)

Landon Onyebueke, Akindeji Ojetola, Tennessee State Univ.; Edward Winkler, The Boeing Company

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