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Train to Vein - 2013 ANSYS India users conference - From the experience of Ramanan in predictive design of product development using CAE Train to Vein - 2013 ANSYS India users conference - From the experience of Ramanan in predictive design of product development using CAE Presentation Transcript

  • Train to Vein – CAE is the Way of Life My Success Stories in Building Robust Products Consultancy Services, Bengaluru Prof. L Ramanan Researcher & Subject Matter Expert – CAE , DFSS & Medical Devices By At
  • Acknowledgements • Sincere Thanks to Leadership of ANSYS, Mr. Kiran, Mr. Anands, Dr. Bahshyam, many of my friends Mr. Hans, Mr. Harsha, Mr.Amit, Dr.Ravi,…. both at ANSYS Inc, & at ANSYS India for the decades of professional association & Cherished relationship • Our Customers, Partners, vendors, all of my past employers - GE, Lucas TVS, Indian Railways, IITM, Teachers, Mentors, all my professional associations - ASQ, ASME, QCI, IEI, ASM, IUSSTF, IUCEE, BMSI & PDMA, Our Partners in Research - Minitab, ANSYS, my family, relatives & friends across global poles for the contributions, in my growth as a SME in CAE & DFSS for Predictive and Robust Design Note: • Opinion expressed here are purely that of the author & only for academic purpose of enhancing knowledge. No other interpretations are implied or intended or shall be made. Practical examples picked-up are from the published / presented work of the author and others in public domain. They are referenced and greatly acknowledged, if I missed any in reference I sincerely apologize and is not intentional – Ramanan, RAISE
  • 3 / LRamanan, June 28, 2013Safety - Risk Prediction in Early Stages of Design Rail Car – Product Touches Life Everyday • Locomotive Cum Passenger Car • Challenges – Complicated Structure with Continuous & Spot Welds, Many thin & thick Sections, Complex Loading Pattern • Elements – Combination of Shells, Rigid, Beam, MPC & Weld • Upfront Usage in CAE Design Ref: 1. L Ramanan et. al., (1999) Computer Aided Rail Car Design, Proceedings of the International Seminar on Manufacturing Technology Beyond 2000,India. 2. L Ramanan et al., (1998) Application of CAD in Rail Roads, Proceedings of 14th International Conference on CAD – CAM & Factories of the future (1998) 3. L Ramanan et. al., (1999) Designing of a Bogie Bolster of a Rail Coach – A Finite Element Approach” Proceedings of the 15th ISPE/IEE International Conference on CAD/CAM, Robotics and Factories of the Future”, Brazil
  • 4 / LRamanan, June 28, 2013Prediction - In Safety Critical Assembly Safety Critical Joint Design & Mfg Process Ref: 1. L Ramanan et. Al (1998) Thermo-Mechanical Analysis of Rail Wheel, Interference Fitting of Axle into Rail Wheel, Proceedings of IV International Conference on Stress and Vibration, Organised by NAFEMS, Ireland, Dublin 2. L Ramanan (2006), Simulation of Non-Linear Analysis in ANSYS, ANSYS India Users Conference 3. L Ramanan et.al, (2008) “Mechanical Joint With Interference Fit For Use in Hand Rail of Patient Table ” IP Publication IPCOM000169885D 4. L Ramanan (2010) “System and Method of Making Safety Critical X – Ray Tube Anode Assembly” IPCOM000193550D 5. L Ramanan et. Al (2000) Simulating a Plastic Deformation in ANSYS, ANSYS Solutions 6. L Ramanan et. Al (2001) Non Linear Simulation of Alternator Shaft into Stator Core and Impacting the Productivity Interference Assembly of Axle into Rail Wheel Non Linear Material Model Safe JointInterference Assembly in X-Ray Tube
  • 5 / LRamanan, June 28, 2013Prediction in Multiphysics Environment Coupled-Thermo Mechanical Field Impact & Structural Integrity Flow & Thermal Management Ref: 1. L Ramanan et. Al., (1998) “Thermo-Mechanical Finite Element Analysis of A Rail Wheel” in International Journal of Mechanical Sciences., Vol41/4-5,pp487-505 2. L. Ramanan. et.Al. Al (1998) “Contact Stress Analysis of A Rail Wheel – Global-Local Approach – Using ABAQUS Proceedings of the Eleventh Worldwide ABAQUS Users Conference, pp 585-595 3. L Ramanan et.al, (2008) “Patient Table with Impact Resistant Mechanism” US Patent 20080060127 4. L Ramanan (2007) “Computer Aided Engineering – An Inevitable Technology for Bio-Medical Engineering”, National Bio-Medical Medical Conference., Manipal, India 5. L Ramanan et.al, (2008) “Simulation in Real World”” National FEA Workshop, VIT University, India 6. L Ramanan, CAE Simulation – An Inspiring Technology in Medical Device Design , (2008), ANSYS lndia Users Conference Restrictions to airflow path in real-life scenario while designing a heat sink Other Physics – Predictive Approach
  • 6 / LRamanan, June 28, 2013Prediction in Multiple Environments & Products Simulation of Physics of Behaviour Predictive Approach – Micro Mechanics & Multibody Dynamics Rigid & Flexi Body Dynamics Bearing Bolt Pre-Tension Interaction of Ball with Return Tube of Ball Screw Ref: 1. L Ramanan (2010) Design for Six Sigma – An Ingredient to Innovative Product Design, Indo-US Workshop 2. L Ramanan, (2007) Simulation of O Ring Behaviour Inside the Oil Groove, ANSYS India Users Conference 3. L Ramanan, (2012) Design of Experiments in Solving Real Life Problems, Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers Association 4. L Ramanan (2007) Role of Simulation in Predictive Design of Medical Equipment & Devices, S.Asia CAE Users Conference 5. L Ramanan (2009) Role of Six Sigma in Building Robust Products – Examples from Medical Devices,, IV International Conference in New Product Development at IITM 6. L Ramanan, (2008) CAE Simulation – An Inspiring Technology in Medical Device Design, ANSYS lndia Users Conference
  • 7 / LRamanan, June 28, 2013Prediction in Early Stages of Design System Level Simulation – Pride in Prediction Ref: 1. L Ramanan.,(2011) US Patent 2011/0309944, Patient Table System for Medical System for Medical Applications and Associated Medical Imaging Device 2. L Ramanan (2009)., “One-Dimensional Linear Motion System for Three Dimensional Translatory Motions” IPCOM000182841D 3. L Ramanan, (2010) “Method of Testing Patient Handling Table Top” IP publication IPCOM000193362D 4. L Ramanan, (2008) CAE Simulation – An Inspiring Technology in Medical Device Design, ANSYS lndia Users Conference 5. L Ramanan, (2008) Design for Six Sigma – Ingredient to Innovative Product Design, Indo-US Workshop 6. L Ramanan, (2009) Creativity and Innovation in New Product Development, National Conf., Anna University
  • Prediction for Product Living in the Heart Challenges Are Huge!!!
  • Summary – Simulation is Way To Live • Simulation Success is Based on • How Close we are Modelling Physics • Assumptions Closer to Reality • Embracing of Variations • Adopting Domain Knowledge • Living Closer to Product & Customer • Marriage of product functional knowledge, Domain Expertise, Statistical & Simulation Expertise. Value to Product… Value to the Business Dream to Simulate - Ideas to Virtual Product Simulate to Produce – Virtual to REALITY
  • 10 / LRamanan, June 28, 2013 About The Presenter…