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BRAKE DISC ANALYSIS WITH THE HELP OF ANSYS SOFTWARE — Conferences and Meetings on Mechanical engineering
08 Nov 2016 - 09 Jun 2017 • Berlin, Germany
Abstract:
There is lot of upgrade in the technology of the automobile these days. Competition on the speed of vehicles going on in the market. But also this speed leads to accidents if vehicle don’t stop on time. Disc brakes in the vehicles give much better performance compare to drum to stop the vehicle also the heat generated during braking force can be easily dissipated as disc brakes are open to atmosphere. But the main problem is with the material used in the disc brakes in some vehicle. Manufacturers use disc of steel which have short life span and the weight is bulky near the tire. If disc loses its shape wobbling can caused near the tire causing a big problem. The main motto of this thesis is to improve the strength of the disc by taking various materials for analysis. The design has been taken from real world. Dimensions of Santro Xing car has been taken and plotted in three dimensions on solid works. Materials like Al-ni-co & titanium alloy has been selected for analysis to compare it with existing material. 3D model has been imported on analysis to analyze the stresses produced in the disc brake and to check the deformation occurred in the disc after applying the boundary conditions. After all the analysis comparison has been made and a result has been concluded for the best material with good strength.
Contact:
Janvijay Pateriya;     Phone: [+919424492733];     Email: janvijaypateriya.india@gmail.com
Topics:
Ansys Software, Thermal Analysis, Brake Disc, Cast Iron.
Event listing ID:
848889
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2AAESS — 2nd Annual Automotive Embedded Systems Summit
08 Jun 2017 - 09 Jun 2017 • Berlin, Germany
Abstract:
We are pleased to invite you to the “Annual Automotive Embedded Multi-Core Systems Summit” scheduled on June 8th and 9th in Berlin. The importance of embedded system in the automotive industry arose as a result of the IT complexity in automobiles. Sequel to the rising demand by consumers for high performing ECUs (Electronic Control Unit) and reliable systems, the single-core technology seems to be no longer adequate not only due to its limitations in power calculation and but also due to semiconductor physical and thermal restriction. So, the use of multi-core processors has been recently introduced to replace the single- core technology in order to meet consumer wishes like sophisticated comfort features, increasing safety requirements and zero emission. Our Summit will give you a detailed overview of the latest technological advances, with emphasis on power management and the current state of the industry.
Contact:
Victor Tarasov;     Email: Victor.Tarasov@vonlanthen-events.com
Topics:
Automotive Manufacturing, Component Supplier, Multicore processing, Design and Simulation, Corporate Technologies, Software Engineering, Electronic Components, Research & Development, Process Virtualization, Automotive Design, E/E Architectures, Semiconductors, Safety Concepts, Real - Time Systems, Strategic Innovation, Autonomous driving, Hardware-supported features
Event listing ID:
903663
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Vehicle Acoustics — Vehicle Acoustics
25 Sep 2017 - 29 Sep 2017 • Aachen, Germany
Abstract:
The seminar participants will be given an extensive insight into the topic of vehicle acoustics. A special focus lies on teaching which is closely connected to practical units. Knowledge of vehicle-specific, acoustic mode of action and the thereby ensuing corrective measures will be imparted. The course objective is for participants to gain a solid foundation knowledge in order to evaluate problems of vehicle acoustics.
Contact:
Sonja Kaufmann;     Phone: [+49 241 80 97742];     Email: S.Kaufmann@academy.rwth-aachen.de
Topics:
vehicles, acoustics, noise level, vibration and sound comfort
Event listing ID:
858189
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GOCarbonFibre 2017 — Global Outlook for Carbon Fibre 2017
10 Oct 2017 - 12 Oct 2017 • Munich, Germany
Abstract:
Smithers Rapra's have been organising the world renowned Global Outlook for Carbon Fibre conferences in both Europe and North America for over 20 years. As the only conference focused 100% on carbon fibre, the conferences provide a unique global forum for carbon fibre manufacturers, composite industry executives, technologists and new entrants to receive a comprehensive update on the outlook for growth, supply and demand and recycling of carbon fibres. Discussions at the conferences focus predominantly around end user applications, with insights from OEMs in aerospace, automotive, rail, sports equipment, marine, wind and more, alternative PAN and precursor applications, sustainable materials and methods, the role of recycling, novel approaches to composites manufacturing, new technologies for carbon fibre production, circular economy opportunities and much more. Smithers Rapra entice the leading global carbon fibre players to hear the latest thoughts from the leaders in the business, as well as what they see as the challenges for the future providing attendees with a unique, objective view on the carbon fibre market.
Contact:
Emma Newton;     Phone: [+44 (0) 1372 802016];     Email: enewton@smithers.com
Topics:
carbon fibre, carbon fiber, composites, engineering, automotive, lightweighting, aviation, aerospace, CFRP, precursor, plastics, materials engineering, materials,
Event listing ID:
900621

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