2016 Modeling, Simulation & Crash Testing of Lightweight Materials Summit

The only OEM-Led modeling, simulation & crash testing of lightweight materials summit comes to Detroit on January 26 - 27, 2016. The best practices & new trends In modeling, simulation & crash testing of lightweight materials are being shared by automotive OEMs.

The conference will deliver more than 20 OEM led presentations and panels from the likes of Ford, Honda, Toyota, GM and more with the focus on modeling and simulation of lightweight materials, economising lightweight manufacturing & design processes and optimizing virtual testing.

Its the only OEM-Led congress encompassing cost-effective modeling, crash simulation and lifecycle prediction for lightweight materials and composites.

Agenda highlights include a speaker faculty comprising the top experts from CAE engineers, material specialists and simulation experts from across the industry:

COMPOSITE FAILURE PREDICTION
Dr. Venkat Aitharaju, Senior Researcher, Polymer Composites, General Motors
Predicting Crash Performance And Failure States In Composite Materials To Minimize Costs Of Physical Testing

MODELING ANISOTROPIC EXTRUDED ALUMINUM
Anthony Smith, CAE Engineer – Automotive Safety, Honda R&D
Presenting, Explaining And Illustrating Changes To Anisotropic Extruded Aluminum Models To Improve Simulative Accuracy And Robustness

MAGNESIUM ALLOY FRACTURE PREDICTION
Steven Sheng, Formability Engineer, General Motors
Predicting Fracture In Warm Forming Magnesium Alloy Sheet Material By Using FEM Forming Limit Surface To Facilitate Magnesium Alloy Usage In Lightweighting

COMPOSITE JOINING FAILURE SIMULATION
Dr Mingchao Guo, Senior Technical Specialist of Body Durability CAE, FIAT Chrysler Automobiles
Introducing Fatigue Property Tests and Durability CAE Modeling Activities For UHSS and Aluminum To Facilitate Reliable Simulated Testing

MATERIAL JOINING SIMULATION
Eric DeHoff, Principle Engineer Safety CAE, Honda R&D
Evaluating Connection Properties Across The Entire Lightweight Material Spectrum To Optimize Joint Efficiency In Multi Material Applications

For more information, visit: www.modeling-simulation-lightweight-materials.com

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