Conference on system simulation and meeting point of the SimulationX community

ESI SimulationX Conference, November 8 - 9, 2018 in Dresden

  Room Hamburg I Room Hamburg II Room Gartensaal
9 am Welcome and Introduction
9.30 am Keynote I: Multi-physics simulation as applied to the NVH refinement of powertrains
Piero Aversa, Ford
10.10 am Keynote II: Model-Based Development for Affordable and ReliableSpace Craft and Launch Vehicle by Utilizing Multi-PhysicsSystem-Level Modeling and Simulation Tool-Chain
Kaname Kawatsu, JAXA
10.40 am   Break
Session I Mobile Machinery Energy Technology  
11 am Development of a parallel control system for an underground vehicle with SimulationX
Sebastian Voigt, IBAF
HVAC simulation for optimization and certification of buildings
Elisabeth Eckstädt, Innius
11.30 am Design and automated performance – evaluation of path following methods for autonomous wheel loaders using SimulationX
Dr. Manuel Bös, Liebherr Bischofshofen  
Co-simulation of solar district heating grids and borehole thermal energy storages using SimulationX
Julian Formhals, TU Darmstadt
12 pm Using simulations in the control development illustrated with mobile machinery
Oliver Koch, TU Dresden
Multi-criteria planning tool for a net zero energy village
Dr. Pio Lombardi, Fraunhofer IFF
12.30 pm   Lunch
Session II Mobile Machinery/Mining Energy Technology Industrial Machinery
2 pm Controller optimisation by SimulationX and FMU
Florian Wiest, Liebherr
Simulation of solid oxide fuel cell system and the applications in shipping – with diesel engine and battery
Shaghayegh Kazemi Esfeh, DNVGL
Simulation of the mechanical dryer section of a paper machine
Natalie Osti, Voith Paper
2.30 pm Simulation-based analysis of pipe rupture protection in an application-specific context
Dr. Dirk Wehner, Hydrive Engineering
A XiL development environment for building energy management systems based on FMI
Dr. Tobias Rodemann, Honda Research
Virtual commissioning using a non-real-time simulation environment in combination with a real controller hardware
Rüdiger Kampfmann, Bosch Rexroth
3 pm Systematic improvement of the energy performance of belt conveyors
Uwe Köhler, Leag  
Simulation-assisted hydraulic system development for a mobile collector pipe laying machine to be used for near-surface geothermal energy systems
David Wildner, HTW Dresden
Detailed modelling of a hydraulic bearing preload element for drive design and control development
Georg Ivanov, Chemnitzer Maschinen- und Anlagenbau
3.30 pm   Break
Session III Automotive Technology/Transportation Aerospace Industrial Machinery
4 pm A simulation-based analysis of longitudinal vibration modes in trains
David Meinel, FAU Erlangen
Gas turbine for helicopters
Lionel Belmon, Global Crown
Analysis and dimensioning of a high-temperature multi-stage hot forming process
Jürgen Frank, Schuler
4.30 pm Direct simulation of acoustic measures in SimulationX using Krylov subspace method
Maximilian Zinner, ARRK Engineering Division
Electrohydraulic propulsion system of the aircraft aileron in SimulationX
Dr. Maxim Andreev, ESI ITI
Simulation bunching machine – Find the right settings
Fabian Holzheu, Niehoff
5 pm Powertrain NVH optimization with SimulationX – process and applications
Georg Festag, Ford
Practical Implementation of Model based system engineering from requirements to simulation verification
Song Likang, AVIC Jiangxi Hongdu Aviation Industry
Residual pulsation calculation with SimulationX
Achim Lamparter, Uraca
5.30 pm Developing and virtually testing electric vehicles with ESI’s SimulationX – An overview on challenges and their solution
Thomas Hofmann, ESI ITI
Basic gas turbine library and its application within integrated jet engine performance design and virtual verification process
Dr. Marcel Gottschall, ESI ITI
Module-based synthesis of a 14-unit deep-drawing press including kinetic criteria
Stefan Heinrich, TU Chemnitz
6 pm   Dinner Event at the "Gläserne Manufaktur"

*BPA = Nominees Best Paper Award

18:00 – 22:00 Dinner Event at the “Gläserne Manufaktur”

The first conference day concludes with dinner, entertainment and networking at the “Gläserne Manufaktur” (Transparent Factory), the former production center of the VW Phaeton, now serving as a showcase for electromobility. Framed by the "transparent production" of the e-Golf, the new e-experience world uses interactive exhibits and exhibition vehicles to show how electromobility is already suitable for everyday use and what the mobility of the future will look like:

Volkswagen Sachsen GmbH
Lennéstraße 1
01069 Dresden

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Open discussion MBSE

  • Challenges and added value of Model Based Systems Engineering
  • 11.30 am Room Musikzimmer
  Room Hamburg I Room Hamburg II
9 am New in SimulationX 4.0,
Thomas Hofmann, Thomas Neidhold, ESI ITI
9.30 am Keynote I: Integration of SimulationX into model based systems engineering (MBSE) and virtual validation toolchains
Dr. Marcel Gottschall, Bastian Binder, ESI ITI
10.10 am Keynote II: Minimizing Gear Noise with an Orbitless Primary Stage
Robert Eisses, Orbitless Drives
10.40 am   Break
Session I Interfaces Integration
11 am FIRST hydraulic coupling with SimulationX using FMI standard
Dr. Katja Backhaus, IST
Model Based Systems Engineering as a basis for early verification in product development process
Dr. Stephan Husung, :em Engineering
11.30 am FMI-based coupling of SimulationX with multi-agent-simulation – Tools for a holistic power supply system layout
Tom Eckhardt, EA Systems
Co-simulation between SimulationX and Visual-VPS
Pascal Longrais, ESI
12 pm Distributed Co-Protocol (DCP): a new tool independent standard for network based co-simulation
Dr. Claudia Bellanger, ESI ITI
A more energy-efficient production of safety glass through model-based optimization
Stephan Seidel, Fraunhofer IIS
12.30 pm Hardware-in-the-Loop applications for intelligent energy management and coupled energy system analysis
Daniel Zinsmeister, TU München
Approach to linking engineering tools in a continuous data model
Dymtro Adamenko, Uni Duisburg
1 pm   Lunch
Session II Recent Developments
2 pm Automatic assembly of generic model structures through script-based model generators
Sebastian Grützner, ESI ITI
2.30 pm Modeling of vehicles with varying level of detail for system simulation – Development of a modular chassis model kit including a consistent parameterization process
Tom Wiedemann, ESI ITI
3 pm Development and applicaton of a SimulationX library for magnetic shape memory alloys
Annabell Effner, TU Dresden
3.30 pm Hybrid Twin – Systematic analysis of faults and deviations from nominal behavior
Andreas Abel, ESI ITI
4 pm   Conclusion and Best Paper Award

*BPA = Nominees Best Paper Award

November 7, 2018, Workshop Day

During several interactive workshops, experienced engineers and software developers demonstrate new features in SimulationX and provide tips and tricks for a more efficient workflow with the software.

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Sponsors & Exhibitors 2018
  • Bosch Rexroth

    As one of the world’s leading suppliers of drive and control technologies, Bosch Rexroth bundles global application experience in Mobile Applications, Machinery Applications and Engineering, and Factory Automation. The company offers its customers hydraulics, electric drive and control technology, gear technology...

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  • Dynardo

    As one of the leading companies in the field of CAE-based sensitivity analysis, multidisciplinary opti-mization and robustness evaluation, Dynardo develops software solutions for worldwide customers and conducts consulting and FE analysis services in virtual product development, civil engineering and geomechanics...

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  • FAB Bertelmann Technologie

    FAB was founded in Dresden in 1996 and is a leading engineering service provider in Saxony. Competences are the design of automation systems, as well as the machine design and calculation. In order to meet customer requirements, state-of-the-art engineering software is used...

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  • EA Systems

    EA Systems Dresden GmbH has stood for efficient and sustainable energy and mobility concepts since 2008. As energy architects we stand for a modern, sustainable and efficient energy supply...

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  • Elbflorace e.V. - Institut für Automobiltechnik Dresden-IAD

    Passion for racing, enthusiasm for technology and teamwork - this is what unites us 85 students from TU Dresden and HTW Dresden. Our common goal is the successful participation in the construction competition Formula Student...

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  • Racetech

    We are a group of 50 students of the Technical University “Bergakademie” Freiberg. Together we meet the challenge to carry out a competitive formula race car out of a first idea. This challenge requires a high degree of multidisciplinary and interdependence of every team member Students of various study programs such as mechanical engineering and materials science, but also economics and geoscience...

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  • XPLM

    XPLM is a German IT company and a leading provider for integration solutions in Europe with a flexible and scalable integration platform that supports the widest range for MCAD and ECAD integration solutions. XPLM develops packaged solutions for integrating leading PLM, MCAD, ECAD, SysML, ERP, DMU, MS-Office, publishing and data exchange applications...

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