SAE 2014 World Congress & Exhibition

Technical Session Schedule

Tuesday, April 8

Modeling and Simulation Techniques for Dynamic System Analysis and Design
(Session Code: AE201)

Room 353  1:00 p.m.

Historically, modeling and simulation efforts of dynamic systems have typically been domain specific, that is, independently modeling the individual domain behavior of the various subsystems (electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, magnetic, thermal, etc…). As the complexity of these subsystems and their inter-domain interactions increase, it is imperative that the inter-domain behaviors and effects are taken into account when modeling and simulating the resulting dynamic system. This session will focus on the latest techniques used in the Automotive industry for modeling and simulation of these systems.

Organizers - Nathan Crosty, Ford Motor Co.; Thomas Egel, MathWorks Inc.; Chris Semanson, Ford Motor Co.

Time Paper No. Title
1:00 p.m. 2014-01-0195
Modeling and Experimental Validation of the Solenoid Valve of a Common Rail Diesel Injector
Benedikt Huber, Heinz Ulbrich, Technische Universität München
1:20 p.m. 2014-01-0196
Modeling and Identification of a Gasoline Common Rail Injection System
Remko Baur, Jan Peter Blath, Hannover University of Applied Sciences; Christian Bohn, Clausthal University of Technology; Franz Kallage, Matthias Schultalbers, IAV GmbH
1:40 p.m. 2014-01-0197
A Neural Network-Based Direct Inverse Model Application to Adaptive Tracking Control of Electronic Throttle Systems
Salem Al-Assadi, IAV Automotive Engineering Inc.
2:00 p.m. 2014-01-0201
A Study on Modeling of Driver's Braking Action to Avoid Rear-End Collision with Time Delay Neural Network
Toshiya Hirose, Masato Gokan, Nobuyo Kasuga, Toichi Sawada, Shibaura Institute of Technology
2:20 p.m. 2014-01-0198
An Assessment of Load Cell- and Accelerometer-Based Responses in a Simulated Impact Test
Gauri Ranadive, Anindya Deb, Bisheshwar Haorongbam, Indian Institute of Science
2:40 p.m. 2014-01-0200
Performance Comparison of Real-Time and General-Purpose Operating Systems in Parallel Physical Simulation with High Computational Cost
Carlos Garre, Domenico Mundo, Universita della Calabria; Marco Gubitosa, Alessandro Toso, LMS International

Planned by Testing and Instrumentation Committee / Automobile Electronics Activity