Modeling, Simulation & Crash Safety Congress
Organization: American Business Conferences
Venue: Detroit Regency Hotel
|Event Date/Time: Jan 26, 2016||End Date/Time: Jan 27, 2016|
For many OEMs, modeling the properties and behaviors of lightweight materials, composites and joints with the accuracy needed for crash simulation is one of the most pressing issues standing in the way of advancement in high volume lightweight vehicle development. In order to make lightweight development viable, OEMs must strive to overcome these challenges in time, cost and methodology.
The 1st GALM summit on Modeling, Simulation and Crash Testing Of Automotive Lightweight Materials will come to Detroit, Michigan on 26-27 January 2016 and bring with it 20+ case studies from OEMs, software developers and material experts. Covering the most important areas from cost efficiency and accuracy in modelling aluminum and composite properties to predicting lightweight material life-cycles and accurate crash simulation, experts at the top of their fields asses the best practices for accurately and efficiently modeling and simulating lightweight materials.THE ONLY OEM-LED CONGRESS PRIORITIZING MATERIAL PROPERTIES AND PERFORMANCE SIMULATION
The Modeling, Simulation and Crash Testing Of Automotive Lightweight Materials Summit is bringing much-needed discussion on lightweight material, joining and composite simulation to Detroit to facilitate the cost and time efficiency needed to push forward lightweight material development.
Presentations and panels will work towards improved methodologies, cost and time efficiency in crash simulation with the ultimate goal of bringing about a leap forward in lightweight material design & material modeling.Day 1: Material Modeling & Simulation Methodologies
Moving towards optimal accuracy in modeling & simulation of advanced material properties to achieve reliable future performance prediction, with presentations and panels focusing on:
- simulation cost-efficiency,
- aluminum modelling best practice,
- ultra high strength steels,
- composite modeling
- much more.
Leveraging simulation methods for joining and crash testing of lightweight materials to achieve efficiency in time, cost and quality performance.
Overcoming the challenges of:
- material joint and adhesion simulation,
- multi-material joining,
- material failure prediction,
- crash test optimization.
The 14th event in the GALM global series, our extensive work with over 40 OEMs, software experts and material suppliers has led us to identify and understand the latest challenges facing the automotive industry and deliver an outstanding agenda tailored to tackle these challenges in modeling and simulation
Running across three continents and supported by over 1700 global delegates, 160 exhibitors and combining over 130 hours of OEM-led presentations over the last 5 years, the GALM series is proud to announce its first conference specifically developed for modelling, simulation and crash safety experts.