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3rd International Conference and Exhibition on Automobile Engineering, will be organized around the theme “Exploring Advances in Automobile Engineering”
Automobile 2017 is comprised of 16 tracks and 124 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Automobile 2017.
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As of 2013 there was an inclusive variability of propulsion systems available or possibly available for automobiles and other vehicles. Alternatives included internal combustion engines fueled by diesel, propane, petrol, or natural gas; hybrid vehicles, fuel cell vehicles, plug-in hybrids fueled by hydrogen and all electric cars. Fueled vehicles appeared to have the short term benefit due to the limited range and high cost of batteries. Some alternatives required construction of a network of fueling or charging stations. With no compelling benefit for any specific option car makers pursued parallel growth tracks using a diversity of options. Reducing the weight of vehicles was one approach being employed.
- Track 1-1Gasoline-Diesel Engines
- Track 1-2Engine Technologies
- Track 1-3Engine Thermodynamics
- Track 1-4Engine Systems: Design and Simulation
- Track 1-5Engine Cycle Efficiency
- Track 1-6IC Engine
- Track 1-7Engine Tribology
- Track 1-8Engine Construction
- Track 1-9Combustion Engine
- Track 1-10Active and Passive Safety
Automotive design is the work involved in the growth of the appearance, and to some scope the ergonomics, of motor vehicles or more specially road vehicles. This most usually refers to automobiles but moreover refers to motorcycles, buses, trucks, coaches, and vans. The functional design and development of a recent motor vehicle is usually done by a large team from several different disciplines involved within automotive engineering. Automotive design is trained by designers who frequently have an art background and a degree in transportation design or industrial design.
- Track 2-1Vehicle Vibration
- Track 2-2New Chassis System and Integration Technology
- Track 2-3Vehicle Illumination and Solid State Lighting
- Track 2-4Advanced Car Body Design
- Track 2-5Vehicle Architecture
- Track 2-6Hybrid Vehicles
- Track 2-7Motor Vehicles
- Track 2-8Engine Dynamics
- Track 2-9Surface Technology
- Track 2-10Electrical Vehicles
The fuel economy of a vehicle or automobile is the fuel efficiency relationship between the distance travelled and the quantity of fuel consumed by the vehicle. Consumption can be stated in terms of volume of fuel to cover a distance, or the distance covered per unit volume of fuel consumed. Since fuel consumption of automobiles is a major factor in air pollution, and subsequently importation of motor fuel can be a huge part of a nation's foreign trade, many countries execute requirements for fuel economy.
- Track 3-1Fuel Injections and Sprays
- Track 3-2Fuels and Lubricants
- Track 3-3Flow and Combustion Diagnostics
- Track 3-4Advanced Combustion Systems
- Track 3-5Vehicle Energy Management
- Track 3-6Fuel Efficiency
- Track 3-7Fuel Economy-Boosting Technologies
Alternative energy is any energy source that is an alternative to fossil fuel. These alternatives are intended to address concerns about such fossil fuels, such as its high carbon dioxide emissions, an important factor in global warming. Ocean, wind and solar power are some sources of alternative energy. The nature of what constitutes an alternative energy source has changed considerably over time, as have controversies regarding energy use. Because of the variety of energy choices and differing goals of their advocates, defining some energy types as "alternative" is considered controversial.
- Track 4-1Biodiesel
- Track 4-2E10
- Track 4-3Hi-Octane Fuels
- Track 4-4Bacterial Fuel Cells
- Track 4-5Solar Cells
- Track 4-6Synthetic Petrol
Automotive electronics are several electrically-generated systems used in road automobiles, such as: carputers, in-car entertainment systems, telematics, etc. Automotive electronics initiated from the need to control engines. The first electronic parts were used to control engine functions and were mentioned to as engine control units (ECU). As electronic controls initiated to be used for further automotive applications, the acronym ECU took on the more common meaning of "electronic control unit", and then specific ECU's were developed. Now, ECU's are modular includes engine control modules (ECM) or transmission control modules (TCM).
- Track 5-1Engine Electronics
- Track 5-2Transmission Electronics
- Track 5-3Chassis Electronics
- Track 5-4Passive Safety
- Track 5-5Driver Assistance
- Track 5-6Infotainment Systems
Vehicular automation includes the use of mechatronics, artificial intelligence, and multi-agent system to support a vehicle's operator. These structures and the vehicles employing them may be labelled as intelligent or smart. A vehicle using automation for tough tasks, especially navigation, may be stated to as semi-autonomous. A vehicle relying exclusively on automation is consequently stated to as robotic or autonomous. After the development of the integrated circuit, the sophistication of automation technology improved. Manufacturers and researchers successively added a range of automated functions to automobiles and other vehicles.
- Track 6-1Automated Driving
- Track 6-2Automated Guided Vehicle
- Track 6-3Dynamic Steering Response
- Track 6-4Closed Loop Automated Systems
- Track 6-5Advanced Driver Assistance Systems
- Track 6-6Electronic Stability Control
- Track 6-7Four Wheel Drive
- Track 6-8Traction Control System
- Track 6-9Vehicle Tracking System
- Track 6-10Autonomous Cars
On the surface, tires may not seem even slightly complex. Rubber compound, steel belts, and air: that’s all there is to it. Decades ago that may have been the case, particularly for the consumer market, but in modern years tire manufacturers (including start-ups) are building completely new ideas of tire construction that yield more long-lasting, higher performance, and safer products that are every bit as valuable as other automotive advancements.
- Track 7-1Tire Durability
- Track 7-2Tire Temperature
- Track 7-3Tire Dynamics
- Track 7-4Tire NVH
- Track 7-5Tire Wear / Friction
- Track 7-6Tire Materials
- Track 7-7Tire Structural Performance
A brake is a mechanical device that obstructs motion by absorbing energy from a moving system. It is used for decelerating or stopping a moving vehicle, axle, wheel, or to prevent its motion, most often accomplished by means of friction.
- Track 8-1Frictional Brakes
- Track 8-2Pumping Brakes
- Track 8-3Electromagnetic Brakes
- Track 8-4Vacuum Assisted Brake
- Track 8-5Advanced and Combined Braking Systems
- Track 8-6Anti-Lock Braking System
Automobile safety is the study and practice of design, equipment, construction and regulation to minimize the occurrence and consequences of traffic crashes. Road traffic safety more largely includes roadway design.
- Track 9-1Occupational Driving
- Track 9-2Safety of Elderly Drivers
- Track 9-3Commercial and Societal Concerns Related to Automotive Safety
- Track 9-4Functional Safety of Alternative Propulsion Vehicles
- Track 9-5Government Legislations Regarding Automotive Safety
- Track 9-6Crashworthiness, Damage Mitigation and Occupant Protection
- Track 9-7Pre-Crash, In-Crash and Post-Crash Accident Analysis
Modern vehicles contain computer systems that enable navigation, communication and entertainment. These units have the potential to generate evidence for a criminal or civil investigation. Research work undertaken thus far looks at applying digital forensic data recovery techniques to a number of automobile systems, both original equipment manufacturer and aftermarket. A number of challenges are faced by the community and are presented along with case studies, data analysis and suggestions for future work.
- Track 10-1Cyber Security Governance
- Track 10-2Incident Response and Recovery
- Track 10-3Risk Management and Assessment
- Track 10-4Threat Detection and Protection
- Track 10-5IN-Vehicular Cyber Security
- Track 10-6Consumer Privacy
- Track 10-7Manufacturer Security
- Track 10-8Connecting to External Data Centers
It is very important to do the needful testing for any vehicles or automobile before launching or bring it for market. Automotive testing will help to identify any error or mistakes happend for the vehichle. The below topics are comes under Automotive testing.
- Track 11-1Test Simulation
- Track 11-2Structural and Fatigue Testing
- Track 11-3Non-Destructive Testing
- Track 11-4Materials Testing
- Track 11-5Data Acquisition
- Track 11-6Mechanical Testing
- Track 11-7Environmental Testing
- Track 11-8Acoustic Testing
- Track 11-9Vibration Testing
- Track 11-10Aerodynamic Testing
The automotive industry is a wide variety of companies and organizations involved in the design, manufacturing, development, marketing, and selling of motor vehicles, several of them are called automakers. It is one of the world's most essential economic sectors by revenue.
- Track 12-1Business and Financial Aspects of Automotive Industry
- Track 12-2Global Powerhouses in Automotive Industries
- Track 12-3Potential High Value Products and Innovative Strategies
- Track 12-4Auto Recalls - Impact on Automotive Industry and its Management
- Track 12-5Automotive Industry Standards and Regulations
Noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH), also well-known as noise and vibration (N&V), is the study and modification of the noise and vibration features of vehicles, mostly cars and trucks. While noise and vibration can be readily measured, harshness is a particular quality, and is measured either via "jury" valuations, or with analytical tools that can deliver results reflecting human subjective imitations. These latter tools belong to the field known as "psychoacoustics." Interior NVH contracts with noise and vibration experienced by the occupants of the cabin, while exterior NVH is largely concerned with the noise released by the vehicle, and includes drive-by noise testing.
- Track 13-1Sources of NVH
- Track 13-2Transient NVH Phenomena
- Track 13-3Engine and Powertrain NVH
- Track 13-4Aero-Acoustic Noise
- Track 13-5Experimental NVH Analysis Method
- Track 13-6Advanced NVH Simulations
- Track 13-7Pedestrian Warning Sound by Electric Vehicles
- Track 13-8NVH of Light-Weight Vehicles
Use of ergonomic and cognitive ideas and their application has long been utilized by automobile manufacturers to make motors as a lot as protect and relaxed to the customer. The primary objective of inner layout of any car is to maximise the consolation and satisfaction of the passengers. Concepts like HVAC Systems and climate manipulate, automotive force Interfaces, Anthropometric databases, Comfort Factors, Ergonomics and Comfort Design, riding Simulators, Driver Friendly structures and area research, Digital Human Body Modelling etc. are primarily considered when designing the interior of an automobile.
- Track 14-1HVAC Systems and Climate Control
- Track 14-2Anthropometric Databases
- Track 14-3Driver Interfaces
- Track 14-4Comfort Factors
- Track 14-5Driving Simulators and Field Studies
- Track 14-6Digital Human Body Modelling
Motor automobile emissions make a contribution to air pollutants and are a major ingredient in the creation of smog in some large towns. Transportation contributed more than half of the carbon monoxide and nitrogen oxides, and almost a quarter of the hydrocarbons emitted into our air.
- Track 15-1Air Pollution by Automobile
- Track 15-2Impact of Air Pollution on Environment
- Track 15-3Development of Clean Combustion and Low Emission Engines
- Track 15-4After Treatment and Emission Monitoring
- Track 15-5Automotive Emissions and its Control
- Track 15-6Exhaust Gas
- Track 15-7Advance Air Filters
According to research on the World Car of the Year Study in 2014, the key emerging car trends are efficiency, lightweight materials, design, connectivity and new energy. The similar study conducted in 2016 focused on connectivity in cars and the trends that go along side it including safety, autonomous driving, and smartphone integration.
- Track 16-1Battery Systems
- Track 16-2Wireless Charging System
- Track 16-3New Energy Cars
- Track 16-4Personalized Driving System
- Track 16-5Autonomous Driving
- Track 16-6Vehicle Connectivity
- Track 16-7Use of Lightweight and Cost Effective Materials
- Track 16-8Engine Efficiency
- Track 16-9Advanced Combustion Modes
- Track 16-10Downsizing and Turbocharging
- Track 16-11Fuel Cells