Rong Vo Catia V5 Projects And Fea And Msc Adams Simulations

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Rong Vo Catia V5 Projects And Fea And Msc Adams Simulations

  1. 1. Projects while working for Bombardier Transportation, Canada APTA Passenger seat – BART contract Existing Vs New Passenger seat BART contract, 775 trains for Bay Area Rapid Transit, US$1.5B. Responsible for mechanical integration of APTA passenger seats: • Challenged strategic passenger seat suppliers to provide technical recommendation before contract award • Worked with seat supplier and industrial designer to develop existing seat to meet BART’s specification (APTA, modularity, comfort, aesthetic) and integrated them within the train • Liaised with seat supplier and prototype center to build soft and hard mock up, part of an extensive passenger outreach • Supplier management from engineering side during contract execution • New seat advantages compared to existing seat: http://www.bart.gov/about/projects/cars/customer-feedback
  2. 2. Schedule of finishes – BART contract Full scale mock up of two-thirds of a train Responsible for Schedule of finishes: • Managed industrial designer to define finishes of all visible surfaces inside, outside the train and cab area • Worked with supply management to ensure sourcing of the finishes • Supported prototype center to build a full scale mock up of two-thirds of a train for public outreach • Unveiling of the mock up to the public: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DrNyHvyb59A&list=PL5C1619308424340A https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n83PSQF1ycs
  3. 3. Schedule of finishes – R179 NYCT contract Full scale mock up of a cab car R179 NYCT contract, 300 subway cars for Metropolitan Transportation Authority, US$ 599MM. Lead schedule of finishes: • Worked with suppliers to define finishes of all visible surfaces inside, outside the train and cab area (paint, powder coat, anodizing, HPL, melaminium…) to meet MTA ‘s specification • Worked with supply management to ensure sourcing of the finishes • Got approval of every single finishes by liaising with customer • Supported prototype center to build full scale mock up car with finishes as per production car • Liaised with design center so finishes are properly defined on manufacturing drawings • Defined the process to become a Bombardier’s standard
  4. 4. Passenger seat – BiLevel contract Make-Existing seats Vs Buy-New passenger seats BiLevel train contract, 60 trains for GoTransit, CAD$ 200MM. Responsible for mechanical integration of: • Passenger seats - Seat supplier selection during bidding phase - Supplier management from engineering side during contract execution - Business case Make Vs Buy to convince internal customers (PM and Finance) and GoTransit • Floor heaters from Notice To Proceed (NTP) to Preliminary Design Review (PDR) • Stanchions, from NTP to PDR • Plywood floor, from NTP to PDR • Finished floor (carpet and Baultar embedded with High Performance Photoluminescent marking) from NTP to PDR
  5. 5. Projects while working for LPA Niphan Systems, UK Crocodile cable carrier for the Airbus A380 CROCODILE Triple Crocodile in use at London Heathrow airport Quad Crocodile cable carrier modeled with Catia V5R19 Responsible for the entire aircraft product range: business worth £1.3MM/Year • 3D Catia V5 assembly made of +1 200 parts • Aluminium structure (H frame, trolley) • Sheet metal folding (junction boxes, U channels, cover lids, connector holster) • Water cutting (pivot arms, pivot plates) • CNC machining (mounting blocks, packers) • Welding (H frame, trolley, junction boxes, basket, stop post) • Bonding (labels, door sealings) • Anti corrosion painting • Standard parts (thrust washers, bearings, castor wheels, fasteners, crimp tags, bump stops, terminal rails…) • Packaging (transport frame, wiring diagram)
  6. 6. Aircraft power supply connector Power supply connector designed with Catia V5R17 Power supply connector used at airports in the UK and overseas 200V AC, 400Hz aircraft power supply connectors , equipped with PCB, pushbuttons, LED’s and insertion switch Project ownership : from design through to product delivery • 3D Catia V5 assembly made of 113 parts • Plastic injection molding (main body, inner connection, switch plates) • Rubber injection molding (front detachable, handle, cable bungs) • Stamping (gasket) • Sealing (filler, switch gasket ,“O” rings) • CNC Machining (power and control tubes) • Silver plating (power and control tubes) • Standard parts (switches, LEDs and fasteners) • Packaging (specially made box, assembly instruction sheet, health and safety data sheet)
  7. 7. Created winning conceptual design of helicopter ground power supply connector Confidential work not allowed to be shown to the public as the product is still under development Project for the National Defence and the Canadian Forces
  8. 8. Shore supply receptacle for Bombardier Transportation UK Shore Supply Receptacle designed with Catia V5R19 Contract worth £1.4MM Project ownership : from design through to product delivery Victoria Line Upgrade and Sub Surface • 3D Catia V5 assembly made of 162 parts • Compression molding (mounting plate, cover lid, insulators) • CNC Machining (back plate, contact pins, cover lid hinges, hinges, switch shaft, switch shaft housing, handle) • Sheet metal folding (switch bracket) • Sand casting (handle) • Sealing (“O” rings, foam gasket) • Bonding (labels) • Standard parts (3 positions switch, fasteners and crimp tags) • Maintenance manual and technical manual lines Shore Supply Receptacle for London Underground Shore Supply Receptacle fitted on train
  9. 9. Junction Box for Rhaetian Railway in Swizerland UNESCO World Heritage Site Contract worth £0.5MM Project ownership: from design brief through to product delivery • 3D Catia V5 assembly made of 141 parts • Sand casting (junction box, terminal block and cable gland) • Sheet metal folding (lid cover) • CNC Machining (junction box, terminal block, insulating plates, cable gland) • Stamping (gasket to achieve IP rating) • Bonding and riveting (labels) • Standard parts (crimp tags and fasteners) • Anti corrosion painting painting Junction box installed on train Junction box designed with Catia V5R17
  10. 10. Secondary locking mechanism for battery raft Victoria Line Upgrade project, London underground Bombardier Transportation UK Battery raft with sliding tray modeled by the engineer in charge of the project Secondary locking mechanism modeled with Catia V5R19 Project ownership : manufacturing and assembly drawings • 3D Catia V5 assembly made of 18 parts • CNC Machining (support plate, lead screw) • Laser cutting (locking plate) • Water jet cutting (locking arm) • Welding (support sub assembly) • Assembly (mechanism mounted to the frame with hugh bolts) • Standard parts (torsion spring, fasteners, lead screw and trapezoidal nut)
  11. 11. Projects while working for Compagnie Deutsch Orléans, France Jumper coil cable for trucks Work accomplished: • Carried out GD&T study • Stack dimensioning study • Created Assembly instruction
  12. 12. Automatic connection for Renault Laguna 3, FEA Compression test done with Cosmos Works Automatic connector installed Connector fitted underneath rail of front seat Connector fitted underneath rail of front seat: • Plastic injection molding (connector molding, upper and lower locking plate) • Sheet metal folding (strengthening plate) • Stamping and folding (hermaphrodite contacts) Connector fitted on chassis, under front seat: • Plastic injection molding (connector molding, upper and lower locking plate, supporting plate) • Flat spring • Stamping and folding (hermaphrodite contacts) Hermaphrodite contacts Connector fitted on chassis, under front seat
  13. 13. F1 of Scuderia Ferrari used for the Canadian grand prix, June 2002 Modeling work done with Catia V5R15 Work done at university and during spare time Modeling work achieved using the following modules: •Generative Shape design •Free style shape • Part design • Assembly design • Photo studio
  14. 14. Bachelor of Engineering Final year project : Tether car • Defined and modeled the engine required (over square engine, engine speed) • Sized the front and rear axles (axles diameter, bearings, tires and rims) • Investigated the most suitable type of transmission and calculated the bevel gear ratio • Designed the fuel tank and sketched the chassis • Modeled the bridle according to technical regulations • DMU Kinematics (engine, universal joint, bevel gear) Tether car Tether car designed with Catia V5R13 Click on the picture on the right hand side to watch the video of the simulation done with Catia V5 Kinematcis Engine and universal joint transmission Bevel gear and rear axle
  15. 15. M.S in Automotive Engineering Thesis: SAE Formula student car_path follower model Click picture below to watch simulation carried out with MSC.Adams/View SAE Formula student car MSC.Adams model 3D Track of Leeds, UK Characteristic of car •Alloy steel pipes space frame chassis, TIG welded, with engine mounted at the back (increasing chassis’s rigidity) •Front suspension: independent double wishbone with push rod and bell crank mechanism and anti-roll bar • Rear suspension: independent double wishbone with push rod and bell crank mechanism •Rack and pinion steering system •Fully locked differential •Glass fiber bodywork (master model made of full scale clay model, vacuum injection molded) MSC.Adams/View model • Car modeled as a linkage model • Model equipped with a dummy engine and a locked limit slip differential • Fiala tire model • PID controller • The model is able to follow the racing line 3D Track under MSC.Adams/View • Car driven around track to capture GPS data • GPS data to create track on Microsoft Excel • Excel-Adams software to generate road data file
  16. 16. Analysis of Aston Martin Vanquish’s double wishbone front suspension Aston Martin Vanquish’s double wishbone front suspension MBS: MSC.Adams/View analysis FEA: ANSYS analysis MSC.Adams/View analysis • 3G Bump load cases • 1G braking load cases • 0,75G cornering load cases ANSYS analysis • 3G Bump load cases • 1G braking load cases • 0,75G cornering load cases
  17. 17. Analysis on 2005 SAE Formula student car 2005 SAE Formula student car Bending stress of roll over bar Frontal impact, at 30g, of space frame chassis Torsional stiffness of space frame chassis Click picture below to watch simulation carried out with MSC. Adams/View
  18. 18. Rong Vo B.Eng & M.Sc. Design/System Engineer Cell: (438) 401-0000 Email: rongvo@gmail.com

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