Forum Automotive Technology

ESI SimulationX User Forum, November, 24 - 25, 2016

For OEMs and suppliers, this year’s ESI SimulationX User Forum offers yet again exciting application examples and the latest news revolving around SimulationX. Attendees have the opportunity to familiarize themselves with these topics in many different ways. Be it exciting customer projects, additional hands-on workshops or special tutorials – the versatile program has something in store for everyone.

Day 1

Sessionleiter: Andreas Schmidt, Audi


Keynote: Attribute design in handling and ride through simulation and testing
Prof. Günther Prokop, TU Dresden
9.40 AM: room Hamburg

HINO’s Commercial Vehicle Air Brake System Development Using SimulationX
Ryoma Takeda, HINO 
2 PM: room Hamburg II

Implementation of a 3D rotating driveshaft in a 1D drivetrain simulation using the Krylov subspace method and the FE-Import module
Maximilian Zinner, P+Z 
2.30 PM: room Hamburg II                  

Simulating of trap case between car glass and sealing with SimumlationX and ANSYS
Thomas Sauernheimer, Brose Fahrzeugteile
3 PM: room Hamburg II

Best Graduate Thesis Award

SimulationX and the sound design of rear mufflers of motor vehicles
Tobias Ott, SAE Stuttgart
4.30 PM: room Hamburg

Interactive Session

Workshop Powertrain Modeling

What does the powertrain of the future look like? Where are we headed in the development of vehicles? In this workshop, experienced ESI ITI engineers give you a tour through the simulation of powertrains with numerous practical examples for you to reproduce focusing on modeling single components, analyzing vibrations and frequencies, order analyses, mechatronic powertrain simulation, real-time modeling and code-based interfaces in SimulationX.

  • Content: Creating basic elements in the TypeDesigner as well as modeling and analyzing complex powertrains in SimulationX
  • Recommended for: engineers with knowledge of 1D mechanics
  • Duration: 1,5h
  • Slot/location: 11 - 12.30 AM, room Rotterdam
  • Session leader: Tom Wiedemann
Day 2


Automated Simulation with Parameter Variation on Large Diesel Engines
Matthias Taubert, MAN
10.10 AM: room Hamburg

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