ARC Researchers at the 2017 SAE World Congress
(April 4-6, Detroit, Michigan, USA)

ARC researchers (principal investigators in bold) will be presenting their latest research developments at the 2017 SAE World Congress. Below are their papers which may include non-ARC sponsored research. ARC funded research will have paper titles in bold.

Tuesday, April 4

Reliability and Robust Design in Automotive Engineering: Reliability-Based Design Optimization and Robustness
Session Code: IDM102; Room 313 B
8:00 am 2017-01-0194 Time-dependent Reliability-based Design Optimization of Vibratory Systems
Santosh Patil, Beta CAE Systems USA Inc; Dimitrios Papadimitriou, Zissimos Mourelatos, Oakland University (not ARC funded)
 
Occupant Protection: Rear Impact, Side Impact and Rollover
Session Code: SS506; Room 140 C
9:00 am 2017-01-1457 Development of A New Dynamic Rollover Test Methodology for Heavy Vehicles
Jingwen Hu, Nichole Ritchie Orton, Univ of Michigan - Ann Arbor; Rebekah Gruber, US Army TARDEC; Ryan Hoover, Kevin Tribbett, CAPE Testing; Jonathan Rupp, Emory University; Dave Clark, Risa Scherer, US Army TARDEC; Matthew Reed, Univ of Michigan - Ann Arbor
 
Human Factors in Seating Comfort (Part 1 of 2)
Session Code: SS303; Room 140 D
10:30 am 2017-01-1390 Effects of Seat and Sitter Dimensions on Pressure Distribution in Automotive Seats
Monica Lynn Haumann Jones, Jangwoon Park, Sheila Ebert-Hamilton, K. Han Kim, Matthew P. Reed, Univ of Michigan - Ann Arbor (not ARC funded)
 
0-D and 1-D Modeling and Numerics (Part 1 of 6) - Models for Air & exhaust management and air-borne noise
Session Code: PFL110; Room 412 A
10:30 am 2017-01-0531 Effects of Differential Pressure Sensor Gauge-Lines and Measurement Accuracy on Low Pressure EGR Estimation Error in SI Engines
Rani Kiwan, Anna Stefanopoulou, Jason Martz, University of Michigan; Gopichandra Surnilla, Imtiaz Ali, Daniel Styles, Ford Motor Company (not ARC funded)
 
Control System Design & Calibration (Part 1 of 4)
Session Code: PFL130; Room 413 A
11:00 am 2017-01-0606 Modelling and Control of Engine Torque for Short-Circuit Flow and EGR Evacuation
Ashley Wiese, Ford Motor Company; Anna Stefanopoulou, University of Michigan; Julia Buckland, Amey Y. Karnik, Ford Motor Company (not ARC funded)
 
Control System Design & Calibration (Part 1 of 4)
Session Code: PFL130; Room 413 A
1:00 pm 2017-01-0206 Time-Dependent Reliability Analysis using a Modified Composite Limit State Approach
Monica Majcher, US Army TARDEC; Zissimos Mourelatos, Vasiliki Tsianika, Oakland University (not ARC funded)
2:00 pm 2017-01-0207 Mean-Value Second-Order Saddlepoint Approximation for Reliability Analysis
Dimitrios Papadimitriou, Zissimos Mourelatos, Oakland University (not ARC funded)
3:00 pm 2017-01-0205 Reliability and Resiliency Definitions for Smart Microgrids Based on Utility Theory
Annette Skowronska, US Army TARDEC; Vijitashwa Pandey, Kevin Weinert, Oakland University; David Gorsich, US Army RDECOM; Zissimos Mourelatos, Oakland University (not ARC funded)
3:30 pm 2017-01-0209 Warranty Forecasting of Repairable Systems Under Different Production and Support Patterns
Themistoklis Koutsellis; Zissimos Mourelatos, Oakland Univ.; Mohammad Hijawi, Huairui Guo, FCA US LLC; Matthew Castanier, US Army TARDEC
 
Control System Design & Calibration (Part 1 of 4)
Session Code: PFL130; Room 413 A
1:00 pm 2017-01-0206 Time-Dependent Reliability Analysis using a Modified Composite Limit State Approach
Monica Majcher, US Army TARDEC; Zissimos Mourelatos, Vasiliki Tsianika, Oakland University (not ARC funded)
 
Multidisciplinary Design Optimization (MDO)
Session Code: IDM111; Room 311 B
3:00 pm Oral only Network Target Coordination - Underhood and battery layout coordination
Georges M. Fadel, Clemson Univ. (not ARC funded)
 

 

Wednesday, April 5

Modeling and Simulation of Military Ground Vehicles (Part 1 of 4)
Session Code: IDM201; Room 311 B
8:30 am 2017-01-0259 Optimization of a Military Ground Vehicle Engine Cooling System Heat Exchanger - Modeling and Size Scaling
Xinran Tao; John R. Wagner, Clemson University
10:00 am 2017-01-0266 A Thermal Bus for Vehicle Cooling Applications - Design and Analysis
Shervin Shoai Naini, Junkui (Allen) Huang, Richard Miller, John R. Wagner, Clemson University; Denise Rizzo, Scott Shurin, US Army TARDEC; Katherine Sebeck, TARDEC
10:30 am 2017-01-0260 Computationally-Efficient Air Convection Models For Electric Machines
Yuanying Wang, Heath Hofmann, University of Michigan; Denise Rizzo, Scott Shurin, US Army TARDEC
 
Modeling and Simulation of Military Ground Vehicles (Part 2 of 4)
Session Code: IDM201; Room 311 B
1:30 pm 2017-01-0272 Powerpack design in S-HEV: Quantifying the influence of duty cycles on design and fuel economy
Andrej Ivanco, Clemson-ICAR (not ARC funded)
2:00 pm 2017-01-0274 Computationally Efficient Li-Ion Battery Aging Model for Hybrid Electric Vehicle Supervisory Control Optimization
Xueyu Zhang, Zoran Filipi, Clemson-ICAR
 
Reliability and Robust Design in Automotive Engineering: Reliability and Accelerated Testing (Part 2 of 2)
Session Code: IDM103; Room 313 B
1:30 pm 2017-01-0197 A Methodology for fatigue Life Estimation of Linear Vibratory Systems Under Non-Gaussian Loads
Vasiliki Tsianika, Vasileios Geroulas, Zissimos Mourelatos, Oakland University; Igor Baseski, TARDEC (not ARC funded)
 
Advances in Instrument Panels, Seats, and Interiors (Part 2 of 2)
Session Code: M301; Room 142 C
1:00 pm 2017-01-0497 Characterizing Vehicle Occupant Body Dimensions and Postures Using a Statistical Body Shape Model
Byoung-Keon Daniel Park, UMTRI; Matthew P. Reed, University of Michigan (not ARC funded)
 

 

Thursday, April 6

Modeling and Simulation of Military Ground Vehicles (Part 3 of 4)
Session Code: IDM201; Room 311 B
8:00 am Oral only Can We Use Validated Simulation Model Instead of Large Number of Physical Tests for Confidence-Based Reliability Assessment?
Kyung K. Choi
, Univ. of Iowa; Hyunkyoo Cho, Min-yeong Moon, The University of Iowa; Nicholas Gaul, RAMDO Solutions, LLC; David Lamb, US Army TARDEC; David Gorsich, US Army RDECOM
 
Thermal System Components
Session Code: HX101; Room 430 B
8:00 am 2017-01-0126 Control of a Thermoelectric Cooling System for Vehicle Components and Payloads - Theory and Test
Joshua W. Finn, Mercer Engineering Research Center; John R. Wagner, Clemson University (not ARC funded)
 
Modeling and Simulation of Military Ground Vehicles (Part 4 of 4)
Session Code: IDM201; Room 311 B
1:30 pm 2017-01-0269 The Relative Importance of Fuel Oxidation Chemistry and Physical Properties to Spray Ignition
Doohyun Kim, Jason Martz, Angela Violi, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
2:00 pm 2017-01-0262 Experimental Validation of Surrogates for Jet Fuels in an Optical Engine
Taewon Kim, Xi Luo, Mustafa Al-Sadoon, Ming-Chia Lai, Marcis Jansons, Wayne State University; Doohyun Kim, Jason Martz, Angela Violi, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor; Eric Gingrich, US Army TARDEC
2:30 pm 2017-01-0263 Development of a Surrogate for SASOL IPK and its Validation in Ignition Quality Tester
Krishnaraj Udayachalam, Manan Trivedi, Ziliang Zheng, Amit Shrestha, Naeim Henein, Wayne State University
 
Thermal Systems Modeling and Simulation (Part 2 of 2)
Session Code: HX102; Room 250 C
2:30 pm 2017-01-0133 Transient Power Optimization of an Organic Rankine Cycle Waste Heat Recovery System for Heavy-Duty Diesel Engine Applications
Bin Xu, Adamu Yebi, Simona Onori, Zoran Filipi, Clemson-ICAR; Xiaobing Liu, John Shutty, Paul Anschel, BorgWarner Inc.; Mark Hoffman, Clemson- ICAR (not ARC funded)