SAE 2003 World Congress
TROY, Mich.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 26, 2003--Consulting engineers
of Troy, Mich.-based Altair Engineering, an international product
development consulting and technology company will present three
automotive technical papers at the SAE 2003 World Congress &
Exhibition, March 3-6 at Cobo Center in Detroit.
Eric Nelson, Rajneesh Singh and Katy Vartanian, are engineering
consultants at Altair Engineering and their paper topics will address
automotive engineering advancements in the areas of frame joint
design, aerodynamic optimization, and structural design optimization
with manufacturing constraints.
SAE technical sessions feature expert automotive engineers from
both car manufacturing companies and parts and service suppliers.
Their study papers are chosen for presentation by criteria such as
overall excellence, with the emphasis on core current and future
technologies that will most shape tomorrow's product offerings.
The times and locations of the Altair technical sessions in
Detroit are as follows:
-- Monday, March 3: "Light Truck Frame Joint Stiffness Study," 10:30 a.m., Katy Vartanian, Session AC8, Room O2-35/36 -- Wednesday, March 5: "Automated Aerodynamic Design Optimization Process for Automotive Vehicles," Rajneesh Singh, 3:00 p.m., Session B5, Room M2-30. -- Thursday, March 6: "Draw-Direction Constraints in Topology Optimization," Eric Nelson, 11:30 a.m., Session B4, Room W2-68.
Through engineering, consulting and high-performance computing
technologies, Altair Engineering increases innovation for more than
1,500 clients around the globe. Founded in 1985, Altair's unparalleled
knowledge and expertise in product development and manufacturing
extend throughout North America, Europe and Asia. Altair specializes
in the development of high-end, open CAE software solutions for
modeling, visualization, optimization and process automation.
CONTACT: Altair Engineering Michael Kidder, 246/614-2400 or Marx Layne & Co. Barrett Kalellis, 248/855-6777