18th ITI Symposium

25 years back to the future

 

 

18th ITI Symposium

We thank you for joining us on our trip “25 years back to the future”! You hopefully enjoyed a couple of days filled with excitement and inspiration as much as we did. A positive mood with curious attendees engaged in lively discussions was in the air throughout the whole event. We thank all speakers, exhibitors, sponsors and guests for their support making this year's symposium a great success again.

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Program

More than 50 speakers from renowned companies including BMW, Brose, Daimler, Ford, Getrag, IAV, Johnson Electric, Knorr-Bremse, Nabtesco, Takraf, ZF and many more present in 15 sessions the latest developments and application examples from the digital world of system simulation.

Agenda Tuesday, November 10, 2015

09:00

Welcome and introduction Dr. Andreas Uhlig, ITI

09:40

KEYNOTE: Electrical Mobility vs Energy Efficiency Prof. Bernard Bäker, IAD

10:10

KEYNOTE: The Future of Simulation Collaboration in the Auto Industry Dr. Bernd Faber, Ford

09:00

Welcome and introduction Dr. Andreas Uhlig, ITI

09:40

KEYNOTE: Electrical Mobility vs Energy Efficiency Prof. Bernard Bäker, IAD

10:10

KEYNOTE: The Future of Simulation Collaboration in the Auto Industry Dr. Bernd Faber, Ford

Break

Energy Technology
Dr. Tobias Rodemann, Honda Research
Mining & Heavy Machinery
Prof. Matthias Kröger, TU Freiberg
Automotive Industry
Dr. Andreas Uhlig, ITI
11:00

Heat exchanger Design for the energy reduction of a Household AC System Alex Magdanz, ITI

Determination, Evaluation and Reduction of thePost-Pulse Oscillation of a Bucket Wheel Reclaimer Kevin Hofmann, Takraf | ITI

Open Lock – Simulation is Pulling Dr. Daniel Zielinski, BMW

11:30

Design of a Domestic Heat Pump System Coupled to an Air-Handling Unit Using SimulationX and Simulink Chao Wang, Vaillant | TU Braunschweig (IFT)

Software-in-the-Loop Simulation Speeds up Machine control Tests Dr. Dirk Wehner, Hydrive Engineering

Transmission Rattle Noise Prediction and Analysis with Focus on Test correlation Björn Berthold, Getrag Ford Transmission

12:00

Energy-Efficient Design of a Research Greenhouse Torsten Schwan, EA Systems

Optimization of Hoist Layout by the Use of Hoist Simulation Cornelius Kurowsky, Kranbau Köthen

Efficient Torsional Vibration Analysis of Commercial Vehicle Drivetrains Using Script-Controlled SimulationX Models Daniel Grimm, Daimler

Energy Technology
Dr. Tobias Rodemann, Honda Research
11:00

Heat exchanger Design for the energy reduction of a Household AC System Alex Magdanz, ITI

11:30

Design of a Domestic Heat Pump System Coupled to an Air-Handling Unit Using SimulationX and Simulink Chao Wang, Vaillant | TU Braunschweig (IFT)

12:00

Energy-Efficient Design of a Research Greenhouse Torsten Schwan, EA Systems

Mining & Heavy Machinery
Prof. Matthias Kröger, TU Freiberg
11:00

Determination, Evaluation and Reduction of thePost-Pulse Oscillation of a Bucket Wheel Reclaimer Kevin Hofmann, Takraf | ITI

11:30

Software-in-the-Loop Simulation Speeds up Machine control Tests Dr. Dirk Wehner, Hydrive Engineering

12:00

Optimization of Hoist Layout by the Use of Hoist Simulation Cornelius Kurowsky, Kranbau Köthen

Automotive Industry
Dr. Andreas Uhlig, ITI
11:00

Open Lock – Simulation is Pulling Dr. Daniel Zielinski, BMW

11:30

Transmission Rattle Noise Prediction and Analysis with Focus on Test correlation Björn Berthold, Getrag Ford Transmission

12:00

Efficient Torsional Vibration Analysis of Commercial Vehicle Drivetrains Using Script-Controlled SimulationX Models Daniel Grimm, Daimler

Lunch

Fluid Power Technology
Uwe Grätz, ITI
Mining & Heavy Machinery
Dr. Andreas Uhlig, ITI
Automotive Industry
Dr. Daniel Zielinski, BMW
14:00

Safety Related Development of an Electro-hydraulic Active Steering System Eric Fischer, TU Dresden (IFD)

Emergency Braking of Fast Running Hoists in Handling Operations Prof. Stefan Vöth, Technische Fachhochschule Georg Agricola (PROLAB)

Heat Pipe-based Cooling System Johannes Heydenreich, Brose

14:30

Dimensioning and Controlling of Complex Microfluidic Networks with SimulationX Mathias Busek, Fraunhofer-Institut IWS

Road Performance of a Telescopic Handler Dr. Sebastian Repetzki, MCI Management Center Innsbruck

NVH Related Driveline Simulation Using the Database Function in SimulationX Mario Schwalbe, IAV

14:30

Modelling and Simulation of Thermo Energetic Behaviour of Electrohydraulic Compact Drives Sebastian Michel, TU Dresden (IFD)

Analysis of Process-Loads on Center-Sizer by Co-Simulation of SimulationX and DEM Erik Frenzel, TU Dresden (IVMA)

Power Management Analysis of Light Duty Hybrid Electrical Vehicles Luca Bellini, Politecnico di Torino , Alberto Bolzoni, Politecnico di Milano

Fluid Power Technology
Uwe Grätz, ITI
14:00

Safety Related Development of an Electro-hydraulic Active Steering System Eric Fischer, TU Dresden (IFD)

14:30

Dimensioning and Controlling of Complex Microfluidic Networks with SimulationX Mathias Busek, Fraunhofer-Institut IWS

14:30

Modelling and Simulation of Thermo Energetic Behaviour of Electrohydraulic Compact Drives Sebastian Michel, TU Dresden (IFD)

Mining & Heavy Machinery
Dr. Andreas Uhlig, ITI
14:00

Emergency Braking of Fast Running Hoists in Handling Operations Prof. Stefan Vöth, Technische Fachhochschule Georg Agricola (PROLAB)

14:30

Road Performance of a Telescopic Handler Dr. Sebastian Repetzki, MCI Management Center Innsbruck

14:30

Analysis of Process-Loads on Center-Sizer by Co-Simulation of SimulationX and DEM Erik Frenzel, TU Dresden (IVMA)

Automotive Industry
Dr. Daniel Zielinski, BMW
14:00

Heat Pipe-based Cooling System Johannes Heydenreich, Brose

14:30

NVH Related Driveline Simulation Using the Database Function in SimulationX Mario Schwalbe, IAV

14:30

Power Management Analysis of Light Duty Hybrid Electrical Vehicles Luca Bellini, Politecnico di Torino , Alberto Bolzoni, Politecnico di Milano

Break

Fluid Power Technology
Sebastian Michel, TU Dresden (IFD)
Industrial Machinery
Dr. Christoph Spensberger, HTW Dresden
Automotive Industry
Dr. Harald Wilhelm, Audi
16:00

The Selection of Pneumatic Actuator Based on Exergy Analysis Elvira Rakova, TU Dresden (IFD)

Co-Simulation Supports Controller Optimization and Set Force Determination for Multipoint Cushions in Sheet Metal Forming Christer Schenke, TU Dresden (IFD)

Integrated System Simulation and Dependability Analysis in Maritime Industry Andreas Abel, DNV GL SE | ITI

16:30

Detailed Modeling of Heat Exchangers Michael Schiefer, ITI

Illustration and Simulation of a Coupled Planetary Transmission Using SimulationX Exemplary for an Orbital-Machining Center Tino Freigang, EMAG Leipzig Maschinenfabrik

Continuous Engineering – A Seamless Design Workflow from Systems Engineering into Simulation Peter Schedl, IBM

17:00

Methodological Approaches for Model-Based Development of an Energy Management System Using the Example of an Automotive Test Center Michal Hasenkopf, ZF

Dynamic Analysis of a hydraulic drive for a lifting bridge Uwe Grätz, ITI

Anticipatory Shifting – Optimization of a Transmission Control Unit for an 8HP Automatic Transmission through Advanced Driver Assistance Systems Michael Folie, IPG Automotive

Fluid Power Technology
Sebastian Michel, TU Dresden (IFD)
16:00

The Selection of Pneumatic Actuator Based on Exergy Analysis Elvira Rakova, TU Dresden (IFD)

16:30

Detailed Modeling of Heat Exchangers Michael Schiefer, ITI

17:00

Methodological Approaches for Model-Based Development of an Energy Management System Using the Example of an Automotive Test Center Michal Hasenkopf, ZF

Industrial Machinery
Dr. Christoph Spensberger, HTW Dresden
16:00

Co-Simulation Supports Controller Optimization and Set Force Determination for Multipoint Cushions in Sheet Metal Forming Christer Schenke, TU Dresden (IFD)

16:30

Illustration and Simulation of a Coupled Planetary Transmission Using SimulationX Exemplary for an Orbital-Machining Center Tino Freigang, EMAG Leipzig Maschinenfabrik

17:00

Dynamic Analysis of a hydraulic drive for a lifting bridge Uwe Grätz, ITI

Automotive Industry
Dr. Harald Wilhelm, Audi
16:00

Integrated System Simulation and Dependability Analysis in Maritime Industry Andreas Abel, DNV GL SE | ITI

16:30

Continuous Engineering – A Seamless Design Workflow from Systems Engineering into Simulation Peter Schedl, IBM

17:00

Anticipatory Shifting – Optimization of a Transmission Control Unit for an 8HP Automatic Transmission through Advanced Driver Assistance Systems Michael Folie, IPG Automotive

Evening Event

Agenda Wednesday, November 11, 2015

09:00

KEYNOTE: Nabtesco's Hydraulic and Pneumatic Product Development Using SimulationX Masashi Kuwano, Nabtesco

09:40

FMI 2.0 and New Technologies in SimulationX 3.7 Thomas Neidhold, ITI

10:10

KEYNOTE: enerMAT – Toolchain for the Design and Optimization of Building Energy Management Systems Edgar Liebold, NSC

09:00

KEYNOTE: Nabtesco's Hydraulic and Pneumatic Product Development Using SimulationX Masashi Kuwano, Nabtesco

09:40

FMI 2.0 and New Technologies in SimulationX 3.7 Thomas Neidhold, ITI

10:10

KEYNOTE: enerMAT – Toolchain for the Design and Optimization of Building Energy Management Systems Edgar Liebold, NSC

Break

Efficient Algorithms, Processes & Interfaces
Emmanuel Chrisofakis, Daimler
Energy Management - enerMAT
Edgar Liebold, NSC
11:00

New Concept of a Permanent Interactive Analysis-Synthesis-Parameter-Adjustment (ASPA) for Nonlinear Drive Assemblies Stefan Heinrich, TU Chemnitz

Modelling, Simulation and Validation of Building Models as a Basis for the Design Process for Holistic Energy Management Systems in Buildings Jörg Hohlfeld, FASA

11:30

Design of a Hybrid Powertrain Model and Optimization by a Sensitivity Analysis Markus Schmidt, TH Nürnberg | Dynardo

Design and Optimisation of Building Energy Management Systems Stephan Seidel, Fraunhofer IIS EAS

12:00

SimulationX goes BeagleBoard & Co - Model Based Design of a Two Wheeled Vehicle Torsten Blochwitz, ITI

Virtual Commissioning and Testing of Energy Management Systems for Buildings in SimulationX and ViciOne Bastian Binder, ITI

Efficient Algorithms, Processes & Interfaces
Emmanuel Chrisofakis, Daimler
11:00

New Concept of a Permanent Interactive Analysis-Synthesis-Parameter-Adjustment (ASPA) for Nonlinear Drive Assemblies Stefan Heinrich, TU Chemnitz

11:30

Design of a Hybrid Powertrain Model and Optimization by a Sensitivity Analysis Markus Schmidt, TH Nürnberg | Dynardo

12:00

SimulationX goes BeagleBoard & Co - Model Based Design of a Two Wheeled Vehicle Torsten Blochwitz, ITI

Energy Management - enerMAT
Edgar Liebold, NSC
11:00

Modelling, Simulation and Validation of Building Models as a Basis for the Design Process for Holistic Energy Management Systems in Buildings Jörg Hohlfeld, FASA

11:30

Design and Optimisation of Building Energy Management Systems Stephan Seidel, Fraunhofer IIS EAS

12:00

Virtual Commissioning and Testing of Energy Management Systems for Buildings in SimulationX and ViciOne Bastian Binder, ITI

Lunch

Safety & Reliability
Andreas Abel, DNV GL SE | ITI
Education & Science
Prof. Thomas Götze, FH Brandenburg
14:00

Simulation of Wear and Ageing in Mechatronic Systems Sebastian Fraulob, Johnson Electric

Academic Teaching of Modelica System Modeling and Simulation Based on a Case Study About a Multi-Domain Railway Model Using SimulationX David Meinl, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg

14:30

Coupling Model-Based System Simulation and Fault Tree Analysis with SimulationX Armin Troy, ITI

Requirement meets validation – Coupling of modeling and simulation via SysML Felix Rodig, TU Dresden | Knorr Bremse

15:00

Energy Harvesters Based on Magnetic Shape Memory Alloys - A Simulation Study Leonardo Riccardi, ETO Magnetic

Traditional and Modern Tools for XCAFIRO Propeller-Gear Loads Prof. Karl Reiling, FH Landshut

Safety & Reliability
Andreas Abel, DNV GL SE | ITI
14:00

Simulation of Wear and Ageing in Mechatronic Systems Sebastian Fraulob, Johnson Electric

14:30

Coupling Model-Based System Simulation and Fault Tree Analysis with SimulationX Armin Troy, ITI

15:00

Energy Harvesters Based on Magnetic Shape Memory Alloys - A Simulation Study Leonardo Riccardi, ETO Magnetic

Education & Science
Prof. Thomas Götze, FH Brandenburg
14:00

Academic Teaching of Modelica System Modeling and Simulation Based on a Case Study About a Multi-Domain Railway Model Using SimulationX David Meinl, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg

14:30

Requirement meets validation – Coupling of modeling and simulation via SysML Felix Rodig, TU Dresden | Knorr Bremse

15:00

Traditional and Modern Tools for XCAFIRO Propeller-Gear Loads Prof. Karl Reiling, FH Landshut

Break

FMI, Tool Integration & Realtime
Christian Kehrer, ITI
Structure- & System Analyses
Dr. Christoph Groß, Fraunhofer IIS
16:00

FMI Surface Response Creation in Optimus for Data Exchange with SimulationX Arnaud Froidmont, Noesis Solutions

Simulation Based Analysis of a Seamless Shift Dr. Mathias Lutz, hofer-pdc

16:30

Design of a Dual Suspension Kinematics for a Highly Dynamic Driving Simulator Thomas Tüschen, TU Dresden (IAD)

Real-time Simulation of Helicopter Flight Dynamics within SimulationX – An Example of Multi-body Simulation Application Lionel Belmon, Global Crown

17:00

Co-Simulation with MFBD (Multi Flexible Body Dynamics) Simulation Software Using FMI Taero Cha, FunctionBay

Analysis and Comparison of Most Commonly Used Long-Wall Scraper Conveyor Power Transmission Devices Pawel Mendyka, AGH Universität Krakau

FMI, Tool Integration & Realtime
Christian Kehrer, ITI
16:00

FMI Surface Response Creation in Optimus for Data Exchange with SimulationX Arnaud Froidmont, Noesis Solutions

16:30

Design of a Dual Suspension Kinematics for a Highly Dynamic Driving Simulator Thomas Tüschen, TU Dresden (IAD)

17:00

Co-Simulation with MFBD (Multi Flexible Body Dynamics) Simulation Software Using FMI Taero Cha, FunctionBay

Structure- & System Analyses
Dr. Christoph Groß, Fraunhofer IIS
16:00

Simulation Based Analysis of a Seamless Shift Dr. Mathias Lutz, hofer-pdc

16:30

Real-time Simulation of Helicopter Flight Dynamics within SimulationX – An Example of Multi-body Simulation Application Lionel Belmon, Global Crown

17:00

Analysis and Comparison of Most Commonly Used Long-Wall Scraper Conveyor Power Transmission Devices Pawel Mendyka, AGH Universität Krakau

FINAL DISCUSSION & BEST PAPER AWARD

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Tutorial Day

Tutorial-Day

Help, my model won't run
FMI 2.0
09:00
  • Debugging and Model Optimization in SimulationX
    • Simulation cycles in SimulationX
    • Typical problem classes
    • Using tracing for error identification
    • “Golden rules” – avoiding issues in advance
    • New features in 3.7 – e.g. user-defined warning layers
  • Modelica Association Project "Functional Mockup Interface" (FMI)
    • Latest news
    • Current developments
  • FMI 2.0 in SimulationX
    • New features for FMI export
    • FMU import and distribution of models with FMUs
Help, my model won't run
09:00
  • Debugging and Model Optimization in SimulationX
    • Simulation cycles in SimulationX
    • Typical problem classes
    • Using tracing for error identification
    • “Golden rules” – avoiding issues in advance
    • New features in 3.7 – e.g. user-defined warning layers
FMI 2.0
09:00
  • Modelica Association Project "Functional Mockup Interface" (FMI)
    • Latest news
    • Current developments
  • FMI 2.0 in SimulationX
    • New features for FMI export
    • FMU import and distribution of models with FMUs

Break

SimulationX for admins - Setup and licensing
SimulationX 3.7
11:15
  • Setup for multiple users
    • Distribution via silent setup
  • Installation off additional components
    • Tools, Microsoft C/C++ compiler, Script debugger
  • License management for multiple users
  • Module management, Monitoring and logging
  • Discover the new SimulationX libraries
    • Vehicle Transmission – transmission and controller models
    • Mechanisms (2D) – efficient analyses of linkages
    • Electrical Storage Systems – analyses of the performance, temperature and life span of rechargeable batteries
    • Thermodynamic state diagrams – Fluid states at a glance
SimulationX for admins - Setup and licensing
11:15
  • Setup for multiple users
    • Distribution via silent setup
  • Installation off additional components
    • Tools, Microsoft C/C++ compiler, Script debugger
  • License management for multiple users
  • Module management, Monitoring and logging
SimulationX 3.7
11:15
  • Discover the new SimulationX libraries
    • Vehicle Transmission – transmission and controller models
    • Mechanisms (2D) – efficient analyses of linkages
    • Electrical Storage Systems – analyses of the performance, temperature and life span of rechargeable batteries
    • Thermodynamic state diagrams – Fluid states at a glance

Lunch

Automated reporting in SimulationX with the TVA report generator
Modeling of losses and boundaries
13:00
  • Introduction of the TVA Report Generator for automated reporting for torsional vibration analyses
  • Custom configuration of the TVA Report Generator and of the report templates
  • Automated variation calculation for transient and steady-state simulations with the help of the Variant Wizard in SimulationX
  • Automated reporting for computed variants
  • Representation of mechanical losses due to friction
    • Free-body diagram of the system, derivation of the physical correlations, consideration of a given degree of efficiency
  • Consideration of motion boundaries
    • Rigid and elastic end stops, backlash
  • Building a vibratory sieve with elements from the 1D Mechanics libraries in SimulationX
  • Initial preload of springs and dampers
Automated reporting in SimulationX with the TVA report generator
13:00
  • Introduction of the TVA Report Generator for automated reporting for torsional vibration analyses
  • Custom configuration of the TVA Report Generator and of the report templates
  • Automated variation calculation for transient and steady-state simulations with the help of the Variant Wizard in SimulationX
  • Automated reporting for computed variants
Modeling of losses and boundaries
13:00
  • Representation of mechanical losses due to friction
    • Free-body diagram of the system, derivation of the physical correlations, consideration of a given degree of efficiency
  • Consideration of motion boundaries
    • Rigid and elastic end stops, backlash
  • Building a vibratory sieve with elements from the 1D Mechanics libraries in SimulationX
  • Initial preload of springs and dampers

Break

Skripting for Pre-/Post-Processing with Python
Tipps & Tricks for modeling and simulating
14:45
  • "Embedded" Python scripts in SimulationX types based on the following examples:
    • Reading caracteristic lines/maps
    • External FFT and order analysis
    • Saving result logs as .wav
    • Simple variation calculation
  • All about the diagram view
    • Smart Connecting, visualizers and controls, drag and drop for functions and record constructors
  • Customization
    • Extending your functions through macros, changing the default values for the solver settings, continuous modification of the result visualization
  • Reporting
    • Copying images from SimulationX to Office documents, making the most of the SimulationX Office add-ins
  • SimulationX files in the explorer
  • Saving an initialization with userInitFile
Skripting for Pre-/Post-Processing with Python
14:45
  • "Embedded" Python scripts in SimulationX types based on the following examples:
    • Reading caracteristic lines/maps
    • External FFT and order analysis
    • Saving result logs as .wav
    • Simple variation calculation
Tipps & Tricks for modeling and simulating
14:45
  • All about the diagram view
    • Smart Connecting, visualizers and controls, drag and drop for functions and record constructors
  • Customization
    • Extending your functions through macros, changing the default values for the solver settings, continuous modification of the result visualization
  • Reporting
    • Copying images from SimulationX to Office documents, making the most of the SimulationX Office add-ins
  • SimulationX files in the explorer
  • Saving an initialization with userInitFile

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