Optimization of Thermal Performance and Weight of an Automotive Disc Brake for a High Performance Passenger Car is now available from Ahmed Oshinibosi, University of Leeds, on the EuroBrake website. He answers a few related questions in this Spotlight.
What do you find most interesting about the topic you are presenting on?
Application of optimisation technology in minimising mass of brake disc design and the development time.
How has coronavirus affected your work and has it had a direct impact on the work you are presenting?
Yes it has. Mostly in my private life.
Who do you think will be most interested in seeing your presentation and who would you most like to ask questions about it?
Engineers and researchers leveraging computer-aided engineering (CAE) in brake components development.
Mr Oshinibosi is an engineer working at Bentley Motors and also a PhD cadidate at the University of Leeds. Previously, he worked as a design analyst for an automotive supplier in chassis structural development.
He graduated with a Bachelors degree in Mechatronics from Staffordshire university and a Masters degree in Mechanical engineering from the University of Leeds.