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Applications of Advanced High- Strength Steels for Automotive Structures (Part 2 of 2) (M205)

Casting Materials Seminar for Automotive Applications (M405)

Chat with the Experts: An Overview for Application of Modeling and Simulations in Support of Combat Vehicle Development – Past, Present and Future (MCHAT105)

Load Simulation and Analysis in Automotive Engineering: Influence of Load on Vehicle Handling/Traction/Braking Dynamics and its Control (Part 5 of 5)Session 2 (M501)

This symposium provides a forum for researchers and application engineers to disseminate the knowledge and information gained in the area of advanced high- strength steel development and applications in automotive structures, enabling light- weight and durable vehicles with improved safety.

An innovative, conceptual approach to the design of metal castings is emphasized throughout this seminar. Selection of an alloy and how it impacts the design boundaries of a casting are considered. The seminar also examines a systems approach to casting design. Communications between designer, patternmaker and casting producer are stressed throughout the seminar. The correlation between costing processes and the design of the casting is reviewed.

Modeling and Simulations (M&S) is proving to be an effective tool to develop better military vehicles at reduced time and cost. This presentation covers examples of past and present Modeling and Simulation capabilities used in support of military vehicles development. It covers examples for structural analysis, blast simulation, controls simulations, thermal analysis, and signature modeling. Comparisons of test and simulation predictions are provided.

Focusing on analysis and enhancement of vehicle handling dynamics, braking/ traction performance and active stability under the influence of loading and tire force: system modeling/simulation, testing and optimization; correlations of simulation results, objective measurements and subjective judgments of load impacts on vehicle dynamics characteristics; vehicle/ chassis control systems; impact of system hybridization/electrification on vehicle dynamics/control.

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

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

1:00 p.m. -

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

SAE 2011 World Congress

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Organizers: Jason Coryell, GENERAL MOTORS CORP; hong Tae Kang, Univ. of Michigan- Dearborn; James Dykeman, honda R&D Americas Inc.; Raj Sohmshetty, Ford Motor Co.; Raj Mohan Iyengar, US Nuclear Regulatory Commission; Constantin Chiriac, United States Steel Corp.

Organizers: Thomas Prucha, Steve Robison, American Foundry Society Inc.

Chairpersons: Alan Druschitz, Univ of Alabama Birmingham

Chairpersons: Jason Coryell, GENERAL MOTORS CORP; Raj Sohmshetty, Ford Motor Co; hong Tae Kang, Univ of Michigan-Dearborn

Keynote Speakers: Alan Druschitz, Univ of Alabama Birmingham; Thomas Prucha, Steve Robison, American Foundry Society Inc

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Transient Responses of a hydraulic Power Assisted Vehicle Steering System

(2011-01-0984) Nong Zhang, Univ. of Technology Sydney

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THURSDA , APRIL 14 - AFTERNOON Technical and Business Sessions

SESSION TITLE, DESCRIPTION, AND ROOM

D0-07B

D0-04C

Semi-Active Suspension Design for Enhancing Vehicle Ride, Road-Friendliness and Braking Performance

(2011-01-0989)

Dongpu Cao, Amir Khajepour, Univ. of Waterloo

Improving Vehicle-Trailer System Dynamic Stability through Chassis Tuning

(2011-01-0978)

Anthony Dutts, Xuting Wu, Max Farhad, General Motors Company

An Optimal Preview Controller for Active Trailer Steering Systems of Articulated heavy Vehicles

(2011-01-0983)

Md Manjurul Islam, Yuping he, Univ. of Ontario Institute of Technology

Jack-knife Prevention for Articulated Vehicles Using Self-Organizing Fuzzy Control

(2011-01-0988)

Liang-kuang Chen, National Taiwan Univ. of Sci & Tech.

Rear Axlehydroplaning During Steady-State Cornering Maneuvers

Chairpersons: Dongpu Cao, Univ of Waterloo; Ken Kang, honda R&D Americas Inc

Keynote Speakers: Ronald P. Krupitzer, American Iron and Steel Institute

(2011-01-0986)

L. Daniel Metz, Metz Engineering & Raciing, LLC

Keynote Speakers: Bahram Fatemi, BAE Systems - Land And Armament

Organizers: Ken Kang, honda R&D Americas Inc.; Dongpu Cao, Univ. of Waterloo; Xiaobo Yang, Oshkosh Corporation; Paramsothy Jayakumar, TARDEC; Peijun Xu, Ebco Inc.

1:00 p.m.

Characterization of Edge Fracture in Various Types of Advanced high Strength Steel

(2011-01-1058)

James Dykeman, honda R&D Americas Inc.; Skye Malcolm, honda R&D Americas Inc; Benda Yan, Jayanth Chintamani, Gang huang, Naveen Ramisetti, hong Zhu, Arcelormittal Global R&D- East Chicago

1:20 p.m.

Analysis of Methods for determining Sheared Edge Formability

1:40 p.m.

(2011-01-1062)

Andrey Ilinich, Lorenzo Smith, Oakland Univ.; Sergey Golovashchenko, Ford Motor Co.

Investigation of Stamping Tooling Durability for Dual Phase Steels

(2011-01-1060)

2:00 p.m.

Jody hall, Tareena Mulholland, General Motors Company; Darryl Young, Ford Motor Company; J.P. McGuire, Chrysler

Wear Resistance of Stamping Die Coatings

2:20 p.m.

2:40 p.m.

(2011-01-1061)

Timo Faath, Paul McKune, Markus Weber, ThyssenKrupp Steel USA LLC

Application of Advanced high Strength Stainless Steel for Mass Reduction in Automotive Structures - a Front Bumper Beam Case Study

(2011-01-1054)

Ram S. Iyer, Eicher Engineering Solutions; Timothy Montroy, AK Steel Corporation; Shawn Morgans, Kevin Gustafson, Ford Motor Company

InCar - Advanced high Strength Steel Tailored Tube Longitudinal Members

(2011-01-1055)

Z.Connie Yao, Apple Corporation; Rong Zhang, Gary C. Barber, Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan

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