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By Dr. Thomas Gillespie
(Author of well – known book on ‘Fundamentals of Vehicle Dynamics’) Only for Student / Faculty
(The Automotive Research Association of India)
on 30th & 31st March 2012
Jointly Organized by
energy) * Dynamic load transfer * Maximum brake force equations * Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards * Brake proportioning * Braking efficiency * Introduction to CarSim – Car dynamics simulation Road Loads (Aerodynamics & Rolling Resistance) * Bernoulli's equation * Boundary layers (favorable and adverse) * Drag coefficient and aerodynamic road load equation * Crosswinds and aerodynamic forces and moments * Rolling resistance Ride * Ride excitation sources (roads. *Lead multi-disciplinary teams. *Predict various performance parameters. videos and animations. suspension & brakes. Participants are exposed to the latest technologies for simulating vehicle dynamics for virtual testing. This course takes the engineer through the mechanics of each of the major systems on vehicles responsible for dynamic performance. materials available. * Understand Ride & Handling along with load transfers. braking. solid axles * Independent suspensions * Anti-dive and anti-squat * Finding roll center locations Steering Systems * Steering system function * Steering geometry errors * Forces and moments in the steering system * Steering models * Understeer due to steering compliance * FWD effects INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOME On completion of the module. The instructional methods include extensive use of example. . transmissions.BACKGROUND & OBJECTIVES Get a head-start. * Coordinate systems * Newton's Second Law (applied to find wheel loads) * Example problems Acceleration Performance * Power limited (engines. SUPRA AND FORMULA SAE Events. *Demonstrate independent learning ability necessary for conducting professional development. *Decide boundary conditions. torque converters. NASA discomfort curves) Day 2 Basics of Handling * Low speed cornering. offtracking * High speed cornering (turning equations) * Understeer gradient (under. Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards.S. neutral. tire/wheel and powertrain) * Basic ride isolation properties of suspensions (quarter-car) * Suspension friction (stiction) effects * Active suspensions * Pitch plane model equations (bounce and pitch centers &frequencies) * Wheelbase filtering * Olley criteria. camber stiffness and aligning torque) * Roll moment distribution (vehicle roll modeling) * Roll steer * Camber effects * Lateral force compliance steer * Aligning moment compliance steer Suspension Design and Analysis * Suspension functions * Live axles. the delegates should be able to: *Understand. ride and handling. PROGRAMME Day 1 Introduction * Objectives. case studies. analyse and design steering. road load and apply various laws. *Become self-disciplined and self-motivated. and over-steer) * Characteristic and critical speed * Lateral acceleration and yaw velocity gains * Sideslip angle Suspension Effects on Handling * Tire properties (cornering stiffness. calculating weights on wheels) Braking Performance * Braking equations (stopping distance. ECE regulations and performance based Standards for vehicles. Special attention is given to steering and suspension systems in the discussion of handling to explain such concepts as roll center and understeer gradient. format. demonstrating personal responsibility in the pursuit of studies &professional practice. Flat ride criteria. Virtual test processes are illustrated for evaluating regulated performance modes such as those contained in the U. The major components and their functions are described and represented in equation form as needed to predict performance in acceleration. * Understand Data Acquisition & Virtual testing. etc. Ackerman steer. as you begin to design your cars for BAJA. Dynamic index * Ride perception (acceleration tolerance curves. final drives) * Traction limited (tire friction properties. time.
ETAS ASCET. animator.plotter. Note: ARAI reserves the rights to change the schedule. training and ongoing support to more than 30 OEMs.com for more information.S. through optional modules. REGISTRATION FEES Category Teaching Faculty Engineering College Students Registration Fees (Rs. Established in 1981. Established in 1996. not just in India but across the globe. and BikeSim are VehicleSim products that provide the most accurate and realistic predictions that are possible.) 8824 6618 Registration fees include Breakfast Lunch Delegate kit with Proceedings ABOUT US ARAI. Each package includes the VS database browser. focusing on the testing and evaluation of components and systems to meet national and international standards. ARAI strives to achieve international recognition in these areas. Mechanical Simulation Corporation is the world leader in the development and distribution of advanced software used to simulate vehicle behavior involving interactions between the 3D dynamic vehicle response. driver controls. ARAI ACADEMY is classified into three divisions: LEARNING CENTRE has embarked upon a programme of building up human resources by commencing educational programme (Graduate and Post graduate) with specialization in Automotive Engineering. V-Collab.) 8000 6000 Total Fees including Tax of 10. Validation. Design. over four & half decades. It helps in understanding system's view point for automotive design and manufacture. in a form that can be easily used by most engineers and technical staff. with engineering centers in the U. LabVIEW. Loughborough University (UK) and University of Braunschweig (Germany). truck and motorcycle simulation packages. and others. speakers. It has tied up with VIT University (Vellore).carsim. It publishes monthly magazine 'Automotive Abstracts' and supplies CDs of CMVR Type Approval Handbook and Automotive Industry Standards (AIS).araiindia. technical reports and seminar / conference proceedings. CarSim. CarSim/TruckSim. LS-DYNA. and 3D roads. TRAINING CENTRE has devised various Domain Training Programmes (DTPs) & Proficiency Improvement Programmes (PIPs). The math models run alone or with third-partysimulation software such as Simulink. Please visit www. Lattice3D. ARAI recognizes the need to develop a new generation of engineers to meet the demands of the automotive industry. In keeping with the globalization of economy and business.000 technical papers and numerous journals. FSAE Events Professors / engineering students MODE OF PAYMENT At Par / Multicity cheque or demand draft in favour of The Automotive Research Association of India payable at Pune. SUPRA. College of Engineering (Pune). . EASi is headquartered in Detroit.CAE. The simulation design is called VehicleSim (VS). faculty and students knowledge and technical expertise in a wide range of automotive disciplines.3% (RS. University of Alabama (USA).000 books & standards.Testing. Systems Engineering and Manufacturing Engineering for our customers. Vehicle Dynamics. CAD. ARAI continues to enlarge its scope of services to meet the requirements of automotive industries around the world.com for more information. etc. on-line help and solver programs for the detailed math models.WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Student interested in building career in R&D. Mich. In addition to utilizing state-of-the-art technology. etc Students participating in BAJA.easi. It gives engineers. Please visit www. with specific skills in formulating automotive engineering solution in terms of their function and performance. 50. advanced. contents. Veltech University (Chennai). laboratories and highly-trained personnel. TruckSim. It is Distributor of the following high end software / technology products in India. We offer comprehensive and innovative solutions covering Virtual Product Development. Mechanical Simulation provides car. Please visit www.com for more information. has provided its design and development expertise to the Indian automotive industry. EASi is a market leader in providing engineering and technology solutions for the global market. ANSA &MetaPost. controllers. Europe and India. over 60 Tier 1 suppliers and more than 150 universities and government research groups worldwide. KNOWLEDGE CENTRE has collection of around 12. of the programme without notice.
Director &Head. Thomas Gillespie earned a B.pga@araiindia. and Ph. S.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the Carnegie Institute of Technology. patil. Thomas Gillespie (Author of well – known book on ‘Fundamentals of Vehicle Dynamics’) Only for Student / Faculty 30th& 31st March 2012 at ARAI. K.pga@araiindia. ARAI Academy ARAI. & Email ID 100% Advance Payment Details Please fax / email / post duly filled-in registration form on or before 23rd March 2012 to: Dr.Speaker: Dr. in Mechanical Engineering from Pennsylvania State University. Pune 411004. Thomas Gillespie. He co-founded Mechanical Simulation Corporation. Department. Fax: 020-30231104 Email: training. 102. and his M.D. Tel: 020-3023 1248 / 1245 / 1111. During the 1980s.com. Mobile No. Post Box 832. Vora.S. Order this book at the Programme at 20% discount.com .com. Ph. Dr. Dy. Class. C. morgaonkar. Army Corps of Engineers and conducting worldwide measurement of road roughness for the World Bank. Vetal Hill. & Email ID: Delegate-1 Delegate-2 Delegate-3 Institute Name & Address Co-ordinator's Name.pga@araiindia. Kothrud. he served on the White House staff as a senior policy analyst for the Science Advisors to President Ronald Reagan and President George Bush. No. Pune – 411038.S. to directing engineering and service tests for the U. Off Paud Road. Contact No. Pune REGISTRATION FORM Name. 2-Day Proficiency Improvement Programme on Vehicle Dynamics By Dr. SAEINDIA Membership No.. He has devoted many years to scientific research : from automatic controls and pavement friction test methods at Pennsylvania State University and development testing of heavy truck products at Ford Motor Company.S. A research scientist and professor who has earned an international leadership position in the fields of vehicle dynamics engineering and transportation policy and safety.
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