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Streamlining Brake Squeal DOE Simulations

Name: John Karypidis

Presentation Title: Streamlining Brake Squeal DOE Simulations (EB2020-STP-051)

Session: Posters, Monday 17 May 2021, 17:30 - 19:30 (Central European Summer Time - CEST)

What do you find most interesting about the topic of your presentation?

The ability to handle and analyse multiple simulation Design of Experiment (DOE) runs with ease.

When discussing this topic with industry peers, what question are you most frequently asked? How do you answer it?

Can I export all the DOE experiments out of a single database automatically and setup the solver command for execution? -> Yes

Is there a criterion I can use to quantify the component contribution to an unstable mode? -> Yes the CCF criterion will evaluate that contribution based on either the eigenvectors of the component or the total strain energy density. CMCF will quantify the modal contribution of each part to a certain unstable mode.

Who do you think will be most interested in your presentation, and who would you most like to ask questions about it?

Any Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE) engineer working on brake systems simulations.

What specific topics or technology are you hoping to see in other presentations or in the exhibition?

New CAE methodologies in brake systems simulations

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About John Karypidis.

My name is John Karypidis (greek: Ioannis Karypidis). I am a Mechanical Engineer with an MSc title in Engineering Systems Management, all received by the Engineering School of Democritus University of Thrace. For the past 10 years I work at the Customer Service of CAE Simulations Post-Processing devision of BETA CAE Systems. In that period I have been involved in numerous projects, mainly of the automotive industry, of several CAE disciplines (Durability, Fatigue, Crash, NVH, CFD).

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