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WEDNESDA , APRIL 13 - AFTERNOON Technical and Business Sessions

SESSION TITLE, DESCRIPTION, AND ROOM

Achieving Light Weight Vehicles (M404)

D0-03D The Interior of the Future - An

D0-04A Chat with the Experts: Integration

Expert Panel Discussion (Part 2 of of Finite Element/Multibody

2). (M301)

System Algorithms for Vehicle

System Simulations (MCHAT102)

D0-03D

Chat with the Experts: The Challenges of High Volume Composites for the Automotive Industry (MCHAT104)

This session will feature the development and application of various light-weight materials, light weight architectures, or applied engineering methods used to achieve light weight vehicles. The focus will be on cascading new best practices.

This session will feature a panel of OEM experts that will address new technology and industry insights in automotive interiors. Focus areas include materials, perceived quality, environmental concerns, manufacturing, safety, and durability.

The integration of finite element (FE) and multibody system (MBS) algorithms is necessary for accurate vehicle dynamic modeling and simulations. This presentation discusses the integration of small and large deformation FE/MBS algorithms. The approaches discussed allow for accurate modeling of complex geometric shapes of the vehicle components. For small deformation problems, the floating frame of reference (FFR) formulation is used.

What is the role that both thermoset and thermoplastic composites will have in the federal government fuel economy requirements for the automotive industry? It is becoming very clear that in-order for OEM’s to meet and or exceed said requirements, reducing the weight of the entire vehicle line must be accomplished. For those of us who have been working in the area of light-weighting, is an upcoming challenge. The weight reduction composites offer to the industry can no longer be ignored.

1:00 p.m. - 2:20 p.m.

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

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

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

Organizers Thomas B. Glennan, Technical Writing Solutions. LLC; Brandon hance, AK Steel Corp

Chairpersons: Thomas Glennan, Technical Writing Solutions, LLC

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.

Moderators: Robert Egbers, Comusa; Stephen Pitrof, Inteva LLC

Keynote Speakers: Ahmed A. Shabana, Univ. of Illinois

Keynote Speakers: Daniel Quinn houston, Ford Research Laboratory

Panelists: Kathleen M. Blackmore, Ford Motor Co. Eric C. Clough, Ronald L. Eng., General Motors

Company James N. Lyijynen, Chrysler LLC Rose A. Ryntz, International Automotive

Components Grp Patrick J. Stewart, Inteva Products LLC Daniel Vivian, hyundai-Kia Americal Technical

Center

FutureSteelVehicle Steel Technology Assessment and Design Methodology

(2011-01-0425)

Jody Shaw, US Steel; Yukihisa Kuriyama, Nippon Steel; Marc Lambriks, Tata Steel

Automotive Mass Reduction with Martensitic Stainless Steel

(2011-01-0427) Daniel S. Codd, KVA Inc.

Weight Reduction Using Massive Carbide Free Thin Walled Ductile Iron Produced Via Lost Foam Casting

(2011-01-0426)

Mark E. DeBruin, S. E. Jordan, Aesir Metals, LLC

Lightweight Automotive Seating System (2011-01-0424)

henry E. hojnacki, Ghazwan Taka, Woodbridge Group

A Systematic Procedure for Integrating Titanium Alloys as a Lightweight Automotive Material Alternative (Written Only -- No Oral Presentation)

(2011-01-0429)

Mathew Kuttolamadom, Joshua Jones, Laine Mears, John Ziegert, Thomas Kurfess, CU-ICAR

Lazy Parts Indication Method: Application to Automotive Components (Written Only

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    No Oral Presentation)

(2011-01-0428)

Essam Z. Namouz, Clemson University; Laine Mears, Clemson-ICAR; Gregory Mocko, Joshua Summers, Clemson University

Planned by Non-Ferrous Committee / Materials Engineering Activity

Planned by Polymers and Coatings Committee / Materials Engineering Activity

Planned by Materials Engineering Activity / EMB Land and Sea Group

Planned by Materials Engineering Activity / EMB Land and Sea Group

SAE 2011 World Congress

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