7 September 2016

Special issue published: "Recent Advances in Design, Test and Simulation Techniques in Automotive Engineering and Mobility Research"

International Journal of Vehicle Design 71(1/2/3/4) 2016

Extended versions of papers presented at the 7th Automotive Technology Conference (OTEKON 2014).
  • A response surface approach to heavy duty truck rear underrun protection device beam optimisation
  • Adaptive ride comfort and attitude control of vehicles equipped with active hydro-pneumatic suspension
  • Adap-tyre: DEKF filtering for vehicle state estimation based on tyre parameter adaptation
  • A hybrid metaheuristic algorithm for the green vehicle routing problem with a heterogeneous fleet
  • Evaluation of windshield defogging process in an automobile
  • Modelling and optimisation of an 8 × 8 heavy duty vehicle's hydro-pneumatic suspension system
  • Hot stamping applications in the automotive industry: coupled numerical simulation and FE-based die design
  • Integrated model-based approach for the optimisation of vehicle ride comfort and handling characteristics: integrated vehicle dynamics model design
  • Design of improved energy absorbing pads to reduce occupant injuries in vehicle side impact
  • Vehicle dynamics modelling and validation for hardware-in-the-loop testing of electronic stability control
  • Hyperelastic modelling and shape optimisation of vehicle rubber bushings
  • Experimental validation and robustness analysis of a multiple model switching antilock braking system control algorithm
  • Optimisation of tractor semi-trailer command steering mechanism using a genetic algorithm
  • A computational and experimental investigation of the metallisation effects on the thermal characteristics of an automotive exterior lighting lamp
  • Assessment of vehicle noise variability through structural transfer path analysis
  • An experimental study of response surface methodology to optimise the operating parameters on PEM fuel cell
  • Controller area network with priority queues and FIFO queues: improved schedulability analysis and message set extension
  • A comparative study on the mechanical properties of carbon and glass fibre-reinforced epoxy, polyester and vinyl ester-based composites
  • Usability of injection moulded polypropylene and TALC-EPDM filled PP composite foam materials in automotive industry
  • Investigation of performance of 0-D internal combustion engine simulation codes based on detailed and reduced chemical kinetic mechanisms
  • Engine cylinder head development methodology using CFD and FEM analyses
  • A hybrid electric vehicle hardware-in-the-loop simulator as a development platform for energy management algorithms

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