Their presentations will give attendees a firsthand look at how flow, thermal, and stress simulation facilitates reduced development times and costs, and improved product quality and robustness.
Melville, NY (PRWEB) October 12, 2010
“We are honored to host industry leaders, Dr. Heinrich Reister and Erich Jehle-Graf from Daimler Germany and Jochem Wolschendorf of FEV, as this year’s STAR Global Transportation Forum Keynote speakers,” said Dr. Richard Johns, Automotive Director, CD-adapco. “Their presentations will give attendees a firsthand look at how flow, thermal, and stress simulation facilitates reduced development times and costs, and improved product quality and robustness.”
The event will be held on November 09 - 10 at The Baronette Renaissance hotel in Detroit, Michigan. The agenda will complement last year’s transportation forum and continue to reflect on the company’s dedication to alternative transportation. This year’s program will also explore the latest advancements in simulation technology, providing attendees with a thorough understanding of the business benefits of engineering simulation and the latest implementation strategies for their organization.
Esteemed industry leaders, industrial technology partners and CD-adapco's technical specialists from around the world will attend. Specifically, speakers from BorgWarner, General Dynamics, Lawrence Livermore National Labs, Toyota, University of Wisconsin, Platteville, and Valeo, will cover the latest techniques and practical applications of simulation, highlighting a range of examples including vehicle thermal management, aerodynamics, battery system modeling, passenger comfort, aeroacoustics, electronic system design, powertrain analysis, manufacturing processes and more.
In addition to the Forum, the event will host a series of workshops and demonstrations. Attendees who choose to participate in these practical in-depth demonstrations and “hands-on” sessions will discover first-hand how easy it is to get useful engineering insight from new software tools and user environments.
For more information or to register for this event, please visit: http://www.cd-adapco.com/minisites/us2010/auto/index.html
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