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Caso de Sucesso Red Bull Racing e Siemens PLM
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Caso de Sucesso Red Bull Racing e Siemens PLM

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Descubra como a Siemens PLM impulsiona a Red Bull Racing a desenvolver carros campeões na F1.

Descubra como a Siemens PLM impulsiona a Red Bull Racing a desenvolver carros campeões na F1.

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  • 1. NX • TeamcenterRed Bull RacingFrom virtual to real in one adrenalin rushIndustry NX and Teamcenter are theAutomotive digital backbone for a 600-strong team focused on strength, speedBusiness challenges and spiritSuccess in Driver and Unrelenting focus on evolution andConstructor World innovationChampionships “There’s no room for complacency in this sport,” observes Christian Horner, teamKeys to success principal of Red Bull Racing, after the team finished second in the 2009 Championship.Collaboration within a concur­ As he spoke, the team was already manu­rent, virtual world facturing its 2010 car, because Formula 1®Parametric modeling within success demands an unrelenting focus onNX to enable easy experimen­ evolution and innovation. Testing the RB6.tation and swift prototypingConclusive testing before cut­ “We talk about racing ‘cars,’ but they can­ not really be compared with what we drive software for CAD/CAM/CAE andting metal or laminating car­ on a normal road,” comments Steve Teamcenter® software to capture andbon fiber Nevey, Red Bull Racing’s business and manage knowledge. It is a creative andDigital data that drives collaborative, virtual world from which the technical development manager. “Thein-house and supplier real, live car emerges almost fully formed flow of air over, under and through a rac­manufacturing and ready to be put to the test on the ing car determines its ultimate speed andIntegration of design and the way it functions, for example the track. “We call it our digital backbone,”manufacturing within a single engine is fed and cooled by airflow. The says Nevey. “NX and Teamcenter sit at theBOM environment emphasis on aerodynamics and weight heart of the company and they feed data means that we are designing and manu­ to our manufacturing facilities; we could facturing technical machines that are not manage without them.”Results closer to an aircraft than a saloon (sedan)Proposed changes reviewed car. They are finely balanced to begin with Rigorous and dynamic regulationsin 3D and then continually refined for speed and Design of the car begins with the overallModifications made rapidly accuracy.” aerodynamic package and what is referred to as the chassis: the carbon fiber survivalManufacturing time cut to cell in which the driver sits. The engine is Red Bull Racing’s development process hashours and supplier parts bolted to the back of the cell and the gear­ to be as swift and precise as these amazingquickly available box attached behind the engine. Systems vehicles and the company rely on NX™Better racing performance such as hydraulics and suspension need to www.siemens.com/plm
  • 2. “NX and Teamcenter sit at the heart of the company and they feed data to our manu­ acturing facilities; we f could not manage without them.”Steve NeveyBusiness and TechnicalDevelopment ManagerRed Bull Racing Race bays at Milton Keynes Factory, where everything comes together. fit in and around these components, with the suspension. Aerodynamic downforce, the radiators being positioned on either which pushes the car onto the ground, side of the driver. also needs to be modified via wing size and angle. On bumpy, twisty circuits such Formula 1 regulations are refined each as Monaco, where downforce is critical, year and the design has to meet rigorous the wings need to be higher. On circuits criteria. Major changes were instituted for where there are many straights, such as the 2009 season and one of the challenges Monza, then the wings can be shallower to for 2010 is how to manage the ban on support sprinting. Nevey notes, “It’s a con­ refueling during the race. This means that stant battle between downforce and drag.” suspension, transmission and braking sys­ tems all have to be fortified to carry a The car is therefore designed as a com­ high-capacity fuel tank that is longer, plete kit: a core product with a range of wider and heavier as it must carry twice as interchangeable parts that act as alterna­ much. A continuing requirement for 2010 tive build options for different types of ter­ is that the gearbox has to last for four rain. “We end up with a huge bunch of races so, with the additional fuel, it has to bits,” says Nevey. “We initially had a be even more robust, yet as light as ever. dilemma as to what actually constitutes a In addition, the Restricted Resource bill of materials (BOM). After considering Agreement introduced by the Federation our options we decided to think in terms International de la Automobile (FIA) is of the whole BOM, so instead of creating essentially a budget cap, which means that different suspension assemblies, for exam­ overall efficiency in the design and produc­ ple, we have one that incorporates differ­ tion process needs to be at the top of the ent springs, dampers and roll bars.” agenda. Race, review, modify and manufacture – The design also has to accommodate the all in a week’s work unique properties of each Grand Prix® In addition to planned adjustments, the location. Clearance from the ground, design team of 180 NX users is on the known as ride height, is on average 5-6 alert to make performance-enhancing centimeters (cm), but this figure needs to modifications after every race. There is a be varied according to the relative smooth­ continual fine-tuning of the design and ness of the track, as does the stiffness of any amendments have to be driven from the discussion stage through implementa­ tion, testing and manufacturing in the
  • 3. Design engineer at work.space between races. Sometimes this can As NX feeds Teamcenter, Teamcenterbe as little as one week and parts are often feeds Red Bull Racing’s enterprise resourcecarried to the circuit within hours of the planning (ERP) system and this enablesstarting lights going out. There is no room the BOM to be directly carried over intofor error or delay. “NX allows our 180 manufacturing. “For us that means thatdesigners to operate in a virtual world, there is no duplicated input. As soon as ashaving time off at every step,” says design is released it automaticallyNevey. “NX is an excellent NC program­ becomes a BOM,” says Nevey. “Working inming tool and members of Siemens’ pro­ a single BOM environment like this we NX software display.fessional services team have been brilliant always get accurate and consistent assem­at helping us to get the most out of our bly data.”tools. They have, for example, demon­strated how to make the most of paramet­ Responsible energy consumptionric modeling when we are still at the While the burning of fuel attracts obviousexperimental stage and how to adopt new attention in a Grand Prix, there is a wholemethods. One of these is the use of stereo­ story about the responsible use of energylithography whereby CAD data is used to behind Red Bull Racing’s podium wins. “I‘print’ on a tank of liquid resin, solidify cer­ defy anyone to find a more energy effi­tain areas and build up a 3D prototype by cient internal combustion engine,” sayscreating successive layers.” Nevey. “The technology that goes into our pursuit of performance eventually spillsSize is significant. Nevey explains, “We are over into other fields. At the same time wedealing with around 15 major assemblies are working with Siemens to make ourand about 4000 parts. The most important factory buildings smarter, optimize ourelement is that our hundreds of engineers production environment and minimizeand technicians have access to the same energy use in the whole developmentaccurate data and designers are aware of process.”each other’s changes. With NX andTeamcenter we can see only what is right.”
  • 4. Solutions/ServicesNXwww.siemens.com/nxTeamcenterwww.siemens.com/teamcenterSupport servicesCustomer’s primary businessRed Bull Racing is a Formula 1 Testing Day – RB6 February 2010.team, established in 2005.www.redbullracing.com Red Bull Racing is constantly looking to see Speed what it can improve on and off the track. Ultimately, all this work behind the scenesCustomer location “We need to concentrate on racing so we has one purpose: shorter lap times. AMilton Keynes need partners who understand our busi­ design change that drops the lap time by aUnited Kingdom ness and can advise us on the best tools fraction of a second can determine the and methods. Siemens is a true ‘Innovation race. The digital lifecycle management and Partner,’ putting in a great effort. The visualization capabilities of Teamcenter“We need to concentrate on Siemens guys have come in here and iden­ complement the knowledge-driven auto­ racing so we need partners tified problems we did not even know we mation capabilities of NX. Both work in who understand our business had. They want to see their products work sync to provide an integrated design- and can advise us on the best and the support we get is great.” through-manufacturing environment – tools and methods. Siemens is a true ‘Innovation Partner.’” and advantage – to Red Bull Racing.Steve NeveyBusiness and TechnicalDevelopment ManagerRed Bull Racing Siemens Industry Software Americas +1 800 498 5351 © 2013 Siemens Product Lifecycle Management Software Inc. Siemens and the Siemens logo are registered trademarks of Europe +44 (0) 1276 702000 Siemens AG. D-Cubed, Femap, Geolus, GO PLM, I-deas, Insight, JT, NX, Parasolid, Solid Edge, Teamcenter, Tecnomatix and Velocity Series are trademarks or registered trademarks of Siemens Product Lifecycle Management Software Inc. or its Asia-Pacific +852 2230 3333 subsidiaries in the United States and in other countries. All other logos, trademarks, registered trademarks or service marks used herein are the property of their respective holders. www.siemens.com/plm Z4 21747 2/13 B

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