Automotive Courses 2020 Online Registration Note: On credit statement payment from PayPal - JN/GAMC
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3000 Green Road #131221, Ann Arbor, MI 48113 USA
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Automotive Body Structures Fundamentals
Emphasis is on vehicle design, engineering, materials and manufac-turing for BIW configurations for strength, stiffness, NVH, energy absorption, crashworthiness – structure, sensors and restraints; advanced technologies for active intervention and accident avoid-ance; current vehicle design for crashworthiness – “passive” safety. For light-weight structure design emphasis on - All Aluminum Vehicle (AIV), Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV) and subsystems – Closures.
Who should attend:
Product, Design, Materials, Manufacturing Engineers, and Managers. This course would be particularly beneficial to all entry level automotive engineers and has been designed to provide an overview of fundamentals of automotive body structures and would also serve as a refresher course for experienced engineers and managers.
Undergraduate/Graduate degrees in mathematics, physics, and engineering and/or equivalent experience in the automotive engineering fields.
All attendees will receive lecture materials and homework worksheets.
Global Automotive Management Council would offer certificate to the attendees who successfully complete all course requirements.
Welcome & Introduction
Lecture 1: Automotive Body Structures
Global Automotive Management Council
Introduction, Definitions, Nomenclature of Automotive Body
Body Structural Elements
Body Structure Topology
Body Bending Requirements and Design
Safety Tests and Requirements
Lecture 2: Introduction to Vehicle Crashworthiness
Sudip Bhattacharjee, PhD
Lecture 3: Novelis' Next Generation High Strength Automotive 6xxx Alloy: Advanz™ - 6HS-s650
Senior Application Engineer
Lecture 4: Next Generation 7xxx Aluminum Alloy for Automotive Applications
Lecture 5: Fundamentals and Advances in Gasoline Direct Injection Engines
Bruce Chehroudi, PhD