- PowerFLOW Solution Forum provides many opportunities to learn about state-of-the-art simulation-driven design solutions from global experts
- Dr. Tsuyoshi Yasuki, Toyota Motor Corporation, will deliver the event's keynote address. Dr. Yasuki possesses more than three decades of industry experience and will discuss how engineers can use PowerFLOW Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulations to accurately evaluate and predict the flow around an actual vehicle.
- Dr. Shigeru Akaike, Denso Corporation, will also deliver the event's keynote explaining how his company used computer-aided engineering (CAE) tools to expand and improve its product development roadmap.
- Mr. Masahiro Yoshida, Mitsubishi Motors Corporation, will describe how Mitsubishi used PowerFLOW simulations for aerodynamics development of two of its electric vehicles at last year's Pikes Peak International Hill Climb in Colorado, USA.
- Mr. Kazuhiro Iijima, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.,will describe how Nissan leverages CAE to accelerate its product development process and his company's plans to use ExaCLOUD™, a secure, web-based cloud platform that offers a comprehensive set of simulation tools, to drive product innovation.
- Mr. Ren Chao, Shanghai Volkswagen, will explain how Volkswagen engineers used PowerFLOW simulations to improve the cooling air ratio for its Santana sedan.
- Mr. Takayuki Morita, Honda R&D Co., Ltd.,will discuss how the combination of PowerFLOW simulations and the Exa PowerTHERM® thermal management solution enables his company to accurately predict vehicle brake performance.
- Dr. Ales Alajbegovic, Exa Corporation, will discuss how a simulation-driven vehicle design process enables engineers to produce better vehicles that meet performance and market demands.
"Simulation-driven design has become indispensable for product development. Incorporating digital tools early in the product design process enables the designer to get the simulation results quickly while achieving target performance goals, resulting in better products and reducing development costs," Exa Japan President Kazuhito Ishikawa said. "At this year's PowerFLOW Solution Forum, we will introduce an efficient method of utilizing digital tools for design challenges. We look forward to your attendance."To learn more about the Exa Japan PowerFLOW Solution Forum 2015, visit Exa Japan's website ( http://exajapan.jp) or contact Exa Japan at email@example.com. Exa Corporation's visualization and simulation software helps designers and engineers produce better vehicles and equipment. As a design evolves, Exa accurately predicts the performance of that design while providing actionable insight to optimize the performance of the product. With Exa, the need for costly physical prototypes and expensive late-stage changes is reduced. Now, designers and engineers are freed from the risk of producing compromised products that do not meet market and regulatory requirements. Some of the most successful product companies in the world use Exa, including BMW, Ford, Hyundai, Jaguar Land Rover, Kenworth, MAN, Nissan, Peterbilt, Renault, Scania, Toyota, Volkswagen and Volvo Trucks. Founded in 1991, the company is headquartered at 55 Network Drive, Burlington, MA, USA 01803. Tel: 1.781.564.0200; Fax: 1.781.564.0299; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; URL: www.exa.com; NASDAQ:EXA Exa, PowerFLOW and PowerTHERM are registered trademarks and ExaCLOUD is a trademark of Exa Corporation
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