Automotive Simulation World Congress

 
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Automotive Simulation World Congress

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June 30, 2014
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July 15, 2014
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August 31, 2014
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JP Tower Conference Center
Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku
Tokyo 2-chome, 7-2
www.jptower-hall.jp

 

Join your worldwide automotive and ground transportation industry peers at this year’s Automotive Simulation World Congress in Tokyo. This year's ASWC focuses on the ever-increasing importance of simulation in developing vehicle systems that are becoming more complex with the addition of electric drives, advanced controls and smart systems.

The Automotive Simulation World Congress is a platform for automotive, off-highway, and motorsport companies and their suppliers worldwide to exchange advances, best practices and methodologies in automotive simulation. Typically several hundred professionals from over 100 companies and organizations around the world attend the conference and over 75 talks are presented at the event.

Presentation topics cover all aspects of simulation, from structural (FEA), to fluids (CFD), thermal, electromagnetics, circuit simulation and embedded software simulation, pertaining to various vehicle systems such as:

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  • IC engine combustion, cooling and structural simulation, fluid-structure interaction
  • IC engine ancillaries, fuel systems, pumps, transmission, differentials, turbochargers
  • Aerodynamics, underhood thermal management, climate control
  • Chassis, brakes, suspension, steering, wheels, tires
  • Vehicle electrification, electric powertrain, advanced batteries, e-motor, power electronics, fuel cells
  • Low- and high-frequency electronics, sensors, actuators, antenna design, wireless connectivity
  • Acoustics, NVH
  • Model-based systems engineering
  • Embedded and controls software modeling, verification and certified code generation
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The conference also provides unique networking opportunities with simulation related technical specialists, engineering managers, and directors from automotive and ground transportation companies and their suppliers from all around the world. Read more about past events for a glimpse of the scope and extent of the conference.