Human Modeling and Simulation 2016

Human Modeling and Simulation in Automotive Engineering

Heidelberg, October 2016
28 presentations, pdf download

The application of numerical simulation incorporating digital human models characterizes the next exciting step in automotive development. Applying human models in comfort, ergonomics, occupant safety and other disciplines promises to overcome limitations imposed by the use of real humans or their mechanical surrogates. Computer simulations with digital human models provide better understanding and deeper insight into comfort, ergonomics and safety issues and thus enable further optimization of automotive designs.

Presentations i.a.:

  • Using human models in the development of a new safety strategy for autonomous vehicle: a combination of active and passive safety
    King H. Yang - Wayne State University
  • Key Building Blocks for implementing HBMs in a virtual testing environment - Applications & Findings from SafeEV project
    Christian Mayer – Daimler AG, et al.
  • An integrated safety frontal AEB application employing efficient active human modelling
    Martin Tijssens, K. Kietlinski – TASS International
  • Development of THUMS Version 4 Child Occupant and Pedestrian Models
    Akihiro Kurita – Toyota Motor Corporation, et al.
  • An approach to compare the submarining behavior of THUMS vs. THOR
    Martin Unger - IAT Ingenieurgesellschaft für Automobiltechnik mbH, et al.
  • The VIVA OpenHBM 50th Percentile Female Human Body Model: Virtual Vehicle Safety Assessment Addressing Gender Diversity
    Jonas Östh – Chalmers University of Technology, et al.
  • Human Body Models in Far-Side Impacts
    Christian Kleinbach, Jörg Fehr – ITM at Uni Stuttgart
  • Towards a More Standardized Application of Human Body Models
    Steffen Peldschus – Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, et al.
  • Brain Injury MetricBased on Computed Axon Strain
    Debasis Sahoo, Caroline Deck, Remy Willinger – Universite de Strasbourg
  • Development of Human Head/Brain FE Model with Material Modeling of Brain Parenchyma and Its Application to Investigation on Head Rotational Injury Mechanism
    Masami Iwamoto – Toyota Central R&D Labs, Inc., et al.
  • Development of a Biomechanical Platform for Trauma Brain Injury Simulation
    Pedro F. M. Perestrelo – CTI Renato Archer, et al.
  • Towards omni-directional active human body models …that predict injury
    Karin Brolin – Chalmers University of Technology, et al.
  • Elbow joint model with active muscle force
    Hyung Yun Choi – HongIK University
  • EMMA-CC: »Ergo-dynamic moving manikin with cognitive control«
    Joachim Linn – Fraunhofer ITWM, et al.
  • CURRENT STATUS AND FUTURE PLANS OF THE GHBMC(Global Human Body Models Consortium)
    John Combest – Nissan Technical Center North America, Inc.
  • Latest developments in GHBMC human model in RADIOSS
    Franck NJILIE – ALTAIR Engineering, et al.
  • PIPER: Open source software to position and personalize Human Body models for crash applications
    Erwan Jolivet – CEESAR, et al.
  • Positioning and Scaling of Human Models using geometric modification Techniques
    Dirk Fressmann – DYNAmore GmbH
  • Methodology for kinematic comparison of human body models for pedestrian simulations
    Corina Klug – VSI at TU Graz, et. al.
  • Time Efficient Simulation of Human Body Models by Model Order Reduction
    Jörg Fehr, Christian Kleinbach – ITM at Universität Stuttgart
  • Predicting injury risk to upper extremities in industrial workplace using HBM

    Gyanadutta Swain, Ravi Kiran Chitteti – Mercedes-Benz R&D India Pvt. Ltd, Andreas Domke, Christian Mayer – Daimler AG
  • Simulation of age-related changes of human performance in product design and production planning by using digital human models
    Michael Spitzhirn, – TU Chemnitz, Hans-Joachim Wirsching – HUMAN SOLUTIONS GmbH
  • Development of a human thermal model to predict seat occupant thermal comfort
    Zakariae ADEL – ESI group
  • Active Musculo-Skeleton-Models A Forward Dynamic Simulation Approach
    Valentin Keppler1,2, Veit Wank2 – 1 Biomotion Solutions, 2 University Tübingen
  • Computer simulation of steering operations using activated THUMS and LS-Dyna
    Oleksandr Martynenko – INSPO at Universität Stuttgart, et al.
  • Industrial application of active human body model of active human body model in autobrake scenario
    Merete Östmann – Volvo Cars Safety Centre
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