GALM Series: Modeling, Simulation And Testing Of Automotive Lightweight Materials Congress
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The New Methodologies for Modeling, Simulation and Testing Automotive Lightweight Materials Conference, (July 26-27, 2017, Crown Plaza, Detroit) will address the immediate challenges for OEMs in modeling and simulation and provide best practice solutions for reducing the gap between simulation and testing.

7/26/2017 to 7/27/2017
When: Wednesday-Thursday, July 26-27, 2017
Where: Crown Plaza, Detroit
Detroit, Michigan 
United States
Contact: + (1) 800 721 3915

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Join GM, Hyundai-Kia, Ford, FCA, Faraday Future & More At The Modeling, Simulation and Testing Automotive Lightweight Materials Conference

We are very happy to provide IMA members with a 15% discount to attend theNew Methodologies for Modeling, Simulation and Testing Automotive Lightweight Materials Conferencewhich takes place on July 26-27, Detroit, USA.

To qualify, simply enter code CSS17IMA at the checkout here – https://www.american-business-conferences.com/c643/2nd-modeling-simulation-and-testing-congress-2017/

The New Methodologies for Modeling, Simulation and Testing Automotive Lightweight Materials Conference, (July 26-27, 2017, Crown Plaza, Detroit) will address the immediate challenges for OEMs in modeling and simulation and provide best practice solutions for reducing the gap between simulation and testing.

Industry case studies from GM, Hyundai-Kia, Ford, Faraday Future, FCA and many more will provide benchmarking opportunities for attendees within the CAE, Virtual Design, Crashworthiness and Safety Engineering disciplines.

Key Speakers Include

  • Dr. Reza Bihamta, CAE Expert, General Motors
  • Dr Salman Kahn, CAE Lead, Faraday Future
  • Michael Guerrero, Senior Research Engineer, Hyundai-Kia America Technical Center
  • Mr. Mohan Shanmugam, Modflow Specialist/Design Integrity Engineer, FCA Group
  • Steven Sheng, Formability Engineer, General Motors
  • Snehan Peshin, Product Manager (Materials), Ford Motor Company
  • Natalia Navarrete Alzate, Technical Lead For CAE, FCA Mexico
  • Jose Luis Galaviz, Frame Technical Lead - RAM Truck, FCA Group
  • Mohammed Omer, CAE Crash and Safety Engineer, Ford Motor Company

Key Features Of The Two-Day Agenda:

  • Simulation of adhesive joining on composite and metallic body structures
  • Modelling and simulation of composite material properties (NHV/FEM)
  • Modelling and simulation of metallic material properties (FEM/Forming Limit)
  • Modelling and simulation of mixed joining technology (SPR/Spot-Welding)

Officially Lifting The Veil On This Year’s Event Case Studies:

OEM CASE STUDY: HOW TO SUCCESSFULLY MODEL ADHESIVE JOINTS
Addressing Complex Challenges And Predicting Future Developments Of Modeling Adhesive Joints
Dr Reza Bihamta, CAE Specialist, General Motors

OEM CASE STUDY: METHODOLOGY ON HOW TO MODEL COMPOSITE MATERIAL PROPERTIES IN SIMULATION
Streamline The Complexity Of Composite Model To Cut Turnaround Time of Modeling and Testing
Snehan Peshin, Product Manager (Materials), Ford Motor Company

OEM CASE STUDY: ALUMINIUM FORMING LIMIT
Adopting New Methods To Provide Better Accuracy In Design And Minimize Material Costs
Steven Sheng, Formability Engineer, General Motors

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

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