SAE 2014 World Congress & Exhibition
Technical Session Schedule
Thursday, April 10
Reliability and Robust Design in Automotive Engineering: Reliability and Accelerated Testing
(Session Code: IDM103)
Room 111 A 1:00 p.m.
This session presents methods and automotive applications on how to assess reliability and robustness in product development. Topics include among others, system reliability target allocation, interval analysis in robust design and imprecise reliability assessment. It also addresses new developments and applications in the area of accelerated testing.
Organizers - Paul Lubinski, Thermo King Corp.; Zissimos Mourelatos, Oakland University; Mohamed El-Sayed, Kettering Univ
Chairpersons - Paul Lubinski, Thermo King Corp
|Advances Relating to Fatigue Calculations for Combined Random and Deterministic Loads
Neil Bishop, Stuart Kerr, Paresh Murthy, CAEfatigue Ltd.; Karl Sweitzer, Booz Allen Hamilton
|A Prognostic and Data Fusion Based Approach to Validating Automotive Electronics
Derek R. Braden, Delphi Automotive; David M. Harvey, Liverpool John Moores Univ.
|How Stress Variance in the Automotive Environment will Affect a ‘True’ Value of the Reliability Demonstrated by Accelerated Testing
Andre Kleyner, Delphi Automotive
|| ORAL ONLY
|Stop Start Duty Cycle and Validation
Mohammad Hijawi, Dennis Craggs, Chrysler Group LLC
|EV Customer Usage Measurement Program for Durability Test Mode Development
Valerie Earlene Bumbaca, HATCI
Planned by Quality, Reliability and Robust Design Committee / Integrated Design and Manufacturing Activity