International Vehicle Aerodynamics Conference

16 - 17 October 2018

Partner Event

International Conference on Vehicle Aerodynamics 2018

The 12th International Conference on Vehicle Aerodynamics will cover the latest developments and technologies in aerodynamics, aeroacoustics and aerothermal design, test and development.

 

Aerodynamics continues to make an increasing contribution to the performance and characteristics of passenger cars, commercial vehicles, motorbikes, bicycles and also in motorsport. Not confined to absolute performance and energy use, customer demand for reduced wind noise and soiling while increasing visibility and comfort requires aerodynamicists to be involved in more aspects of design, development and testing than before.

 

These demands together with the necessity to comply with stringent worldwide legislation have seen a significant increase in the volume of wind tunnel testing and computational analyses conducted in recent years.

 

For the future, new technologies in powertrain, connected and autonomous vehicle designs and the desire to reduce weight will place a further emphasis on the contribution of aerodynamicists and may require new processes, techniques and facilities to respond to additional challenges in use and ownership.

Topics to be covered:

 

  • Sporting Applications of Aerodynamics
  • Vehicle to Vehicle Aerodynamic Interaction/Stability
  • Aerodynamics in Autonomous Vehicles
  • Fundamental Flow Regimes and Structures
  • Drag Reduction Techniques
  • Aerodynamic Development
  • Surface Contamination
  • Advances In Wind Tunnel Design And Capabilities

Organization:

Institution of Mechanical Engineers

 

In Co-Operation with:

FKFS - Forschungsinstitut für Kraftfahrwesen und Fahrzeugmotoren Stuttgart

Date

16 - 17 October 2018

Registration
Location

Hyatt Regency Birmingham

Birmingham

United Kingdom

Contact

For any queries please contact

Ph.: +44 (0)20 7973 1251

Öffnet ein Fenster zum Versenden der E-Maileventenquiries@imeche.org

www.imech.org/ICVA2018