Human Modeling and Simulation 2018

Human Modeling and Simulation in Automotive Engineering

October 18-19, 2018 | Berlin, Germany
35 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.:

  • FROM HEAD TRAUMA BIOMECHANICS RESEARCH TO INDUSTRAL APPLICATION 
    Rémy WILLINGER, Caroline DECK, Nicolas BOURDET - Strasbourg University, Strasbourg, France 

  • A new HBM Simulation based Approach for Improved Thorax Dummy Injury Criteria
    Andre Eggers, German Federal Highway Research Institute (BASt) 
    Krystoffer Mroz, Bengt Pipkorn, Autoliv Research, Sweden 
    Francisco José López-Valdés, IIT, ICAI, Comillas University, Spain
    Steffen Peldschus, LMU Munich, Germany 

  • Anisoptic Effect of Brain Tissue and Rotational Induced Shear Deformation
    Krishnendu Haldar, Aerospace Engineering, IIT Bombay

  • Advanced Human Brain FE Modeling on Anatomical Structure and Material Properties for Brain Injury Prediction
    Noritoshi Atsumi, Yuko Nakahira, Dr. Masami Iwamoto - Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc.

  • On the Importance of Asymmetry and Anisotropy to Predict Whole Femur Response and Fracture
    Fiona Khor - University of Waterloo et al.

  • Towards brain injury criteria for elderlies based on axonal elongation computation
    DECK Caroline, WILLINGER Rémy - University of Strasbourg

  • Development of Load Cases for Robustness Evaluation of HBMs
    Prof. Dr. Steffen Peldschus - LMU University of Munich et al.

  • A New Correlation Method to Analyse the Accuracy of CAE models in Force Displacement Response Scenarios –Application to a HBM Thorax Impact
    Dr. Christophe Bastien - Coventry University; Dr. Jeremie Peres - pdb – Partnership for Dummy Technology and Biomechanics; Dr. Jesper Christensen - Coventry University

  • Development of PIPER metadata for the VIVA OpenHBM
    Christian Kleinbach, Julia Pelzer, Jörg Fehr - Institute of Engineering and Computational Mechanics, Cluster of Excellence Simulation Technology, University of Stuttgart

  • Measurement and Modeling of Engineering Friction in Occupant Safety and Crashworthiness Simulations
    Sheng Dong, The Ohio State University, Skye Malcolm, Honda R&D Americas, Inc

  • Introductionofa Population-BasedValidation MethodforHuman Body Models
    Sonja Schneider - Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, AUDI AG
    Co-Authors: Dr. Giacomo Marini, Herr Franz Fürst,AUDI AG,
    Dr. Therese Fuchs, Prof. Dr. Steffen Peldschus - Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

  • Postprocessing of Human Body Model Results – Introduction of the Open Source Tool DYNASAUR
    Corina Klug, Peter Luttenberger, Martin Schachner, Jakub Micorek, Robert Greimel, Wolfgang Sinz - Graz University of Technology, Vehicle Safety Institute

  • Assessment of Ride Quality at Lane Change Maneuver Using Virtual Human Driver Model
    Hyung Yun Choi - HongikUniversity

  • ESI Human Models allowing different seat comfort predictions through a single core human model
    Muriel Beaugonin, Zakariae Adel, Caroline Borot - ESI Group

  • A new workflow to use musculoskeletal simulation for predictive ergonomic assessments in the design of manufacturing processes
    Eric Quadrat, Alexander Nolte - CADFEM GmbH, Alexander Wolf, Sandro Wartzack – Friedrich-Alexander-Universität, Wolfgang Leidholdt, Sebastian Bauer, Lars Fritzsche – imk automotive GmbH
    Markus Peters, Sascha Wischniewski – Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health

  • Dynamic simulation of ergonomic human motions in car assembly by optimal control of a biomechanical digital human multibody model
    Joachim Linn, Michael Roller, Marius Obentheuer, Staffan Björkenstam, Niclas Delfs, Peter Mårdberg

  • Optimization of a Rowing Seat Using Human Modeling and 3D Printing Technology
    Manuela Boin, Gottfried Goebel, Helmut Hofmann, Susanne Hummel - University of Applied Sciences Ulm/ Hochschule Ulm

  • CURRENT STATUS AND FUTURE PLANS OF THE GHBMC (Global Human Body Models Consortium)
    John J. Combest - Chairman, Members and Steering Committee - GHBMC Manager, Advanced Safety Technology Research - NISSAN

  • Investigation of Kinematic and Tissue-Level Response using a 50th Percentile Male Neck Finite Element Model
    Duane S. Cronin PhD, PEng, Professor Jeffrey Barker MASc, Research Associate

  • Use of Finite Element Human Body Models in a Standardized Evaluation Protocol for Pedestrian Safety Assessment
    William Decker (1), Bharath Koya (1), Sophie Tushak (1), Jaeho Shin (2), Hyung Yun Choi (3), Wansoo Pak (4), Costin Untaroiu (4), F. Scott Gayzik (1)
    (1) Wake Forest University Center for Injury Biomechanics (2) Kyungil University (3) Hong-Ik University (4) Virginia Tech Center for Injury Biomechanics

  • Far Side Simulations Using the GHBMC M50-O and WorldSID M50 Models
    Philippe Petit, Xavier Trosseille, Erwan Lécuyer – LAB PSA Renault David Poulard, Pascal Baudrit – CEESAR

  • Research of THUMS Pedestrian Models for Euro NCAP Technical Bulletin 024
    Shigeki Hayashi , Mitsuaki Goto, Yuichi Kitagawa, Tsuyoshi Yasuki - Toyota Motor Corporation

  • Implementation and Application of Human Body Models for Vehicle Development
    Jonas Östh, PhD - Volvo Cars Safety Centre

  • FORCES AND MOMENTS CALCULATED WITH A VALIDATED FE NECK MODEL UNDER THREE TYPICAL FRONTAL LOADINGS
    Frank Meyer (1), John Humm (2), Michael Schlick (2), Narayan Yoganandan (2), Remy Willinger (1)
    (1) University of Strasbourg, France (2)Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, USA.

  • Reduced Models of human bodies for Complex, Time Dependent and Multiphysics analysis
    Kambiz Kayvantash CADLM SAS

  • Method demonstration for a reactive HBM kinematic controller
    Christoph Klein, Stefan Kirschbichler, Thomas Steidl - Virtual Vehicle

  • Validation of a Reactive Finite Element Human Body Model under Moderate Lateral Loading
    Takahiko Sugiyama (1), J. Weber1, B. Sandoz (2) and H-P. Bensler (1) 
    (1) Volkswagen Group Research (2) Arts et Métiers Paris Tech - ENSAM 

  • Academic-scale Driver-in-the-Loop Simulator for the Validation of Active Human Body Models
    Fabian Kempter, Jörg Fehr - Institute of Engineering and Computational Mechanics, University of Stuttgart

  • Simulated Muscle Responses upon Frontal Crash Pulses considering Changes in Muscle Stiffness using THUMS v5
    Author: Niclas Trube
    Co-Authors: Dr. Matthias Boljen (Fraunhofer EMI), Prof Dr. Alexander Rohrbach (University of Freiburg), Prof Dr. Werner Riedel (Fraunhofer EMI)

  • Psychological Driving Modeling for Longitudinal and Lateral Control for Adaptive Safety Systems
    Peter Moertl, Peter Wimmer, Stefan Kirschbichler Virtual Vehicle

  • GHBMC M50-O Occupant Response in A Frontal Crash of Automated Vehicle
    Jay Zhao, Maika Katagiri, Sungwoo Lee, Jialou Hu Joyson Safety Systems

  • Application of Virthuman Model for Safety Assessment in Non-Standard Impact Configurations
    J. Vychytil, J. Špička, L. Hynčík, T. Bońkowski, L. Kovář, P. Pavlata University of West Bohemia, MECAS ESI, Vision Consulting Automotive

  • Comparison of Submarining Behavior of THUMS Versions 4.02 and 5.02 in Seating Positions for Automated Driving Regarding Pelvic Kinematics and Anatomical Differences
    M.Sc. Özgür Cebeci, Dr.-Ing. Martin Unger - IAT Ingenieurgesellschaft für Automobiltechnik mbH 

  • First Step towards Injury Risk Analysis for Automated Vehicles
    Rudolf Reichert, Prof. Steve Kan, George Mason University 

  • Finite Element Modeling of Vulnerable Subjects: Two Open Source FE Models CHARM-10 and CHARM-70F
    Xin Jin and King H. Yang - Bioengineering Center, Wayne State University

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