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Design and Evaluation of Automotive Static Perceptual Quality C1903


Static perceptual qualityis the term applied to the customer’s first impression of a car at the beginning of the buying process including how it looks, feels, and smells.  This “first feeling” largely determines whether the customer continues through  the purchase process.

At present, OEMs have no systematic method for static perceptual quality in the whole vehicle design and development process, especially for the static perceptual quality review in the early stage of design and development before data freezing. Usually, it can only be evaluated after the vehicle is produced and assembled.  At that point, it could be redesigned after the problem is found but that causes waste of human resources, tooling cost and timing. And often, due to the constraints of timing and cost, the design may have to remain as is, which does not meet the customer’s expectation. Therefore, OEMs need to establish a complete static perceptual quality targets and objective evaluation method applied to the whole process of vehicle design development, especially in the early stage of the vehicle development in order to greatly reduce the design changes.

This course describes a complete static perceptual quality design and technology path as well as an evaluation method for vehicle development especially in the early stage of evaluating and optimizing the design of modeling and CAD data.  In addition, an objective evaluation method of static perceptual quality, namely “Craftsmanship Engineering Index” for vehicle DTS, is presented, which evaluates the feasibility of manufacturing the vehicle in the early stage of modeling and/or CAD data

Learning Objectives

After attending this seminar, you will be able to:

  • Explain how to build vehicle static perceptual quality system and process
  • Identify the perceptual quality evaluation method of the modeling, CAS, data, and the vehicle.
  • Identify craftsmanship engineering, dimensional engineering, ergonomics and other technical tools to design the vehicle body, interior and exterior system for a good perceptual quality.

Who Should Attend
  • Product engineers who are responsible for car styling and the design of body-in-white (BIW) or interior and exterior parts in automobile (including new energy vehicle) OEMs
  • Vehicle integration and static performance evaluation engineers, quality audit engineers, assembly process engineers, and project management engineers
  • Suppliers engaged in the design and production of BIW, interior and exterior components who need to understand the design and application techniques of static perceptual quality.
  • Automotive majors in colleges and universities 


Prerequisites
None

Day One

  • Overview of perceptual quality
    • The development of perceptual quality
    • Vehicle perceptual quality
  • Evaluation and control of static perceptual quality
    • Introduction to static perceptual quality evaluation system
    • Introduction to static perceptual quality assessment methods
    • objective building principles and procedures
    • Control flow and control tools for the product development process
  • Static perceptual quality of modeling
    • Overview of vehicle design
    • The overall experience of vehicle design static perceptual
  • Vehicle perceptual ergonomics design
    • Overview of perceptual ergonomics
    • Comfort perception ergonomics design
    • Safety perception ergonomics design
    • Space perception ergonomics design
    • Convenience perception ergonomics design
    • Intelligent human-machine interaction design

     

    Day Two

  • Technical specifications for vehicle size and exquisite engineering design
    • Overall vehicle size specification design
    • Vehicle DTS control and evaluation method
    • Body exquisite engineering
  • Exquisite engineering design of the interior and exterior
    • Overview of the interior and exterior exquisite engineering
    • Design exquisite engineering
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Cao Du

Mr. Cao has been engaged in the refined design, manufacture, and evaluation of automotive BIW, interior and exterior systems as well as parts for Ford, General Motors, and Toyota in the United States for nearly 20 years. He also studied how to use various technical tools, such as dimensional engineeringSPC, DOE etc, to achieve the vehicle's static perceptual quality objectives.

After returning to China, he proposed the concept, design and evaluation method of static perceptual quality in China for the first time. He has also established a complete static perceptual quality design and evaluation system, as well as a PQ department in the OEM he worked at. He took the lead in guiding the exquisite engineering design and evaluation of the vehicle perceptual quality of these OEMs and achieved remarkable results. In recent years, he has published three monographs on the dimensional engineering technology and the design handbook of automotive interior and exterior.

Mr. Cao has the bachelor degree of South China University of Technology and Master degree of University of Akron.

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Fees: $575.00
SAE Members: $460.00 - $518.00

1.3 CEUs
You must complete all course contact hours and successfully pass the learning assessment to obtain CEUs.

For additional information, contact SAE Customer Service 1-877-606-7323 (724-776-4970 outside the U.S. and Canada) or at CustomerService@sae.org.

Duration: 2 Days
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