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WEDNESDA , APRIL 13 - MORNING Technical and Business Sessions





CAE Durability Analysis & Applications (Part 1 of 2) (M602)

Load Simulation and Analysis in Automotive Engineering: Vehicle Ride Comfort Modeling/ Simulation/Testing and Analysis (Part 3 of 5) (M501)

This technical session will focus on advanced technologies in material modeling, stress calculation and fatigue analysis, not only innovative and improved methods in these areas but also innovative and improved applications to automotive engineering. This technical session accepts papers in the following specific areas: new material constitutive model development, innovative and improved modeling techniques for stresses, recent advances in fatigue damage calculation and fatigue life predictions .

This session focuses on modeling and simulation of driver behavior, driving simulators, vehicle ride comfort evaluation and enhancement, test/simulation correlation, and damage modeling and analysis techniques; also of interest are studies regarding vehicle elastomeric components, passive, semi-active and active suspension systems, suspension seats, beaming, shaking, impact harshness, brake judder with regard to the

ride comfort of drivers, passengers, and goods.

8:00 a.m. - 11:40 a.m.

8:00 a.m. - 11:20 a.m.

Welding and Joining and Fastening (M102)

Advances in Instrument Panels and Interiors (Part 1 of 2) (M301)

The technical session is organized to represent the general research in the areas of welding, riveting, joining, and fastening for automotive applications. Papers in this session focus on the recent advances in the process optimization, analytical solution, numerical modeling, response evaluation as well as static and dynamic testing of traditional resistance spot welds, gas metal arc welds, friction stir spot welds, laser welds, rivets, mounts, adhesives, and fasteners.

This session will feature technical presentations that will discuss new technology and industry insights in automotive interiors. Focus areas include materials, perceived quality, environmental concerns, manufacturing, safety, and durability.

8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

10:00 a.m. - 11:40 a.m.



Organizers: Yung-Li Lee, Chrysler Group LLC; Mark A. Pompetzki, hBM-nCode; Guangtian Gavin Song, AM General LLC; Guofei Chen, United States Steel Corporation; Ali Fatemi, Univ. of Toledo; Steven Tipton, Univ. of Tulsa; Fan Li, GM; Mike Guo, Chrysler

Organizers: Jennifer Johrendt, Univ. of Windsor; Jingzhoujames Yang, Texas Tech. Univ.; Xiaobo Yang, Oshkosh Corporation; Paramsothy Jayakumar, TARDEC; Peijun Xu, Ebco Inc.

Organizers: Sheng-Dong Liu, Generalety LLC; Jwo Pan, Univ. of Michigan-Ann Arbor; Michael L. Santella, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Tau Tyan, Ford Motor Co.; Shicheng Zhang, Daimler AG

Organizers: Robert Egbers, Comusa; Norm Kakarala, INTEVO PROD LLC; Stephen M. Pitrof, Inteva LLC; Michael Shoemaker, Dow Automotive; Ravi Thyagarajan, Visteon Corp.; Jeffrey P. Webb, Ford Motor Co., Ltd.

Chairpersons: Steven Tipton, Univ of Tulsa; Mark Pompetzki, hBM-nCode

Chairpersons: Jennifer Johrendt, Univ of Windsor; Jingzhou (James) Yang, Texas Tech Univ

Chairpersons: Sheng-Dong Liu, Generalety LLC; Jwo Pan, Univ. of Michigan-Ann Arbor; Michael Santella, Michael L. Santella, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Tau Tyan, Ford Motor Co.; Shicheng Zhang, Daimler AG

Chairpersons: Robert Egbers, Comusa

Technical Keynote: Fatigue for Anthropomorphic Testing Devices

The State of the Art of Driver Model Development

The Development of a Simplified Spot Weld Model for Battelle Structural Stress Calculation

(Oral Only) Darrell F. Socie, Univ. of Illinois


(2011-01-0479) Jeong Kyun hong, Battelle

André Levesque, Jennifer Johrendt, Univ of Windsor

An Approach for Validation of Suspension Seat for Ride Comfort using Multi-Body Dynamics

Construction of a Failure Model of Spot Welds using Lap-shear tests



Madhu V. Shurpali, Innovate Minds Software Solutions; Logan Mullinix, Commercial Vehicle Group

Jiwoong ha, Yujong Kim, KAIST; Jiho Lim, POSCO

Proving Ground Optimization and Damage Correlation with Customer Usage

Influence of Nonlinear Shock Absorber Model on System Identification of half Car Model

Fatigue Life Prediction of Spot Welds with Direct Strain Measurement




Andrew halfpenny, Mark Pompetzki, hBM - nCode Products

Yan Cui, Beijing Institute of Technology; Thomas Kurfess, Michael Messman, Clemson University ICAR

Dongchoul Kim, Quhon han, Sungjun Gong, Sogang Univ.; heeJin Kang, Chun Woo Shin, Kia Motors Corp; Tae Soo Lee, Sogang Univ.

The Damage Operator Approach, Creep Fatigue and Visco-plastic Modeling in Thermo-mechanical Fatigue

Effect of Obesity on Seated Posture Inside a Vehicle Based on Digital human Models

Fatigue behaviors of Spot Friction Welds in Cross-Tension Specimens of Aluminum 6061-T6 Sheets




Marko Nagode, University of Ljubljana; Michael hack, LMS International

Jared Gragg, Jingzhou (James) Yang, Texas Tech Univ

Pai-Chen Lin, Ru-Yi he, Zheng-Ming Su, Zhi-Long Lin, National Chung Cheng Univ.

Stress Concentration Factor Reduction and Fatigue Life Improvement for Shoulder Filleted Shafts in Bending, achieved by Tapering

Influence of Inertial Properties on the Comfort of Road Vehicles

Fatigue Behavior of Dissimilar Ultrasonic Spot Welds in Lap Shear Specimens of Magnesium and Steel Sheets




Steven Tipton, Curtis Schmidt, Univ. of Tulsa; James R. Sorem

Alejandra Paola Polanco, Luis Munoz, Universidad de los Andes

Teresa J. Franklin, Jwo Pan, Univ of Michigan-Ann Arbor; Michael Santella, Tsung-Yu Pan, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Fatigue Life Predictions under General Multiaxial Loading Based on Simple Material Properties

Development of a Semi-Active Suspension Controller Using Adaptive-Fuzzy with Kalman Filter

Fatigue Failure of Laser Welds in Lap- Shear Specimens of high Strength Low Alloy (hSLA) Steels under Cyclic Loading Conditions




Nima Shamsaei, Chrysler Group LLC; Ali Fatemi, The University of Toledo

Mina M.S. Kaldas, Kemal Çalı�kan, Roman henze, Ferit Küçükay, IAE, TU Braunschweig, Germany

Kamran Asim, Kulthida Sripichai, Jwo Pan, Univ of Michigan-Ann Arbor

Surface Finish Effects on Fatigue Behavior of Forgings

Improvement of heavy Vehicles Ride and Braking Performance via Combined Suspension and Braking Systems Control

Weld Read-Through Defects in Laser Transmission Welding

(2011-01-0488) Sean Mckelvey, Ali Fatemi, Univ. of Toledo



Mina M.S. Kaldas, Roman henze, Ferit Küçükay, IAE, TU Braunschweig, Germany

Philip J. Bates, RMC; Gene Zak, Xiaochao Cao, Queen’s Univ.

8:00 a.m.

8:20 a.m.

8:40 a.m.

9:00 a.m.

9:20 a.m.

9:40 a.m.

10:00 a.m.


SAE 2011 World Congress

Advanced Optical Films for Automotive Displays


Adel Bastawros, Jian Zhou, Michael Davis, Zhe Chen, SABIC Innovative Plastics

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