| Introduction to Commercial and Off-Road Vehicle Cooling Airflow Systems Webinar|
|I.D. #||WB1240||Duration||12 Hours|
|Vehicle functional requirements, diesel emission regulations, and subsystem thermal limits all have a direct impact on the design of a powertrain cooling airflow system. Severe duty cycles, minimal ram air, fouling, and sometimes unconventional package layouts present unique challenges to the designer. This webinar introduces many airflow integration issues and vehicle-level trade-offs that effect system performance and drive the design.
The goal of this six-session webinar is to introduce engineers and managers to the basic principles of diesel cooling airflow systems for commercial and off-road vehicles. Participants will learn about vehicle/product constraints, integration issues, cooling airflow, system resistance, fans, shrouds, radiators, coolers, estimating heat rejection, thermal recirculation, and overall system performance. Basic concepts will be reinforced with examples and a cooling performance calculation of a diesel cooling system.
SAE Papers 2002-01-0256, 850281, 900001 and 740691 are included as references in the course materials.
Note: A similar course is available as a classroom seminar.
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|Who Should Attend|
|OEM and supplier engineers and managers who are involved with vehicle cooling systems, or who interface with vehicle program management on these issues, will benefit from this seminar. Graduate-level students interested in cooling systems will also find it instructive.|
|Participants should have an undergraduate engineering degree. Exposure to thermal product development is helpful, but not required.|
|Session 1: Vehicle Perspective|
|Jack Williams is an independent consultant specializing in the design and development of thermal management systems and vehicle aerodynamics. He is an adjunct faculty member at the Lawrence Technological University (LTU) in the mechanical engineering department. In addition to his consulting work, he conducts professional development courses for engineers on cooling systems, EV/HEV battery thermal management, and road vehicle aerodynamics.
Mr. Williams has over 30 years engineering management experience in product development at Ford Motor Co. Additionally, he was an aerodynamics project leader with the USAF Aeronautical Systems Division at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio where he specialized in engine/aircraft integration, gas turbine engine performance, inlet design, and aircraft mission analysis.
An active member of the SAE, Mr. Williams has authored over 20 technical papers, given invited lectures at major mid-west universities, and has received professional awards and international recognition for his innovative work. He is a recipient of two Henry Ford II Technology Awards, the SAE Industrial Lectureship Award, two SAE Oral Presentation Awards, and the SAE Forest R. McFarland Award. He holds a B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering from the University of Detroit and an M.S. in Aerospace/Mechanical Engineering from the United States Air Force Institute of Technology.|
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|"Course material was well prepared and well executed. ...covers the basics of cooling airflow design together with some more advanced insights into this area."|
Volvo Group Trucks Technology "This webinar gives key-concepts and a big picture of the design process of a vehicle airflow system, in a clear and detailed manner. It's perfect to understand the basics!"
TM4 Electrodynamic Systems ┐Jack Williams was an excellent instructor. He has a wealth of experience in all phases of aerodynamics and heat exchanger design. I learned more than I thought I would. This course is a must for engineers working in the area of engine cooling systems.┐
Robert W. Cummings P.E.
Robert W. Cummings "This excellent (course) presented the whole picture of vehicle thermal management system with sufficient depth for individual components."
|Fees:||$855||SAE Members*:||$684 - $770|
| * The appropriate SAE Member discount will be applied through the Registration process. Discounts vary according to level of membership: Elite Member 20%; Premium Member 15%; Classic Member 10%|