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4th International Conference and Expo on Automobile Engineering and Design, will be organized around the theme “Exploring Uncharted Territories in the World of Automobile”

Automobile Engineering 2018 is comprised of 14 tracks and 142 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Automobile Engineering 2018.

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Automobile designing is specializing in the ideas, layouts, and overall make-up of automobiles and automotive components. The best part of designing is to stand out of the crowd and that’s what a designer tries in most important three phases of an automobile design. In short, it’s the way of keeping marvelous engineering under the hood of a magnificent body. A lot of hard work goes through a lot of steps like manual designing, CAD, clay modelling, packaging, interior designing, trim, color and graphic designing etc.

  • Track 1-1Exterior designing
  • Track 1-2Interior designing and ergonomics
  • Track 1-3Packaging engineering
  • Track 1-4Advance computer aided designing
  • Track 1-5Vehicle chassis and frame designing
  • Track 1-6Aerodynamics
  • Track 1-7Vehicle illumination technology
  • Track 1-8Economic vehicle design and cost control
  • Track 1-9Concept designs
  • Track 1-10Wind tunnel drag testing

In most of the automobile, engine is the main part of the powertrain which is the heart of the propulsion system. Throughout ages engines have evolved so much with newer technology. Several types of engines are there, separated by shape, size, fuel type, intake, cooling etc. Most commonly there are two types, one is gasoline or petrol engine and another is diesel engine. Automobile engine is planned and designed according to the use of automobile in different sectors. Mechanical and Electrical engineers in association with automobile and industrial engineers are involved in the process of engine designing.

  • Track 2-1Internal combustion engine
  • Track 2-2Intake exhaust management
  • Track 2-3Cooling technology
  • Track 2-4Lubrication engineering
  • Track 2-5Fuel efficiency
  • Track 2-6Advances in two stroke engine technology
  • Track 2-7Forced induction intake
  • Track 2-8Advance engine concepts
  • Track 2-9Engine testing with magnifying laser Doppler velocimetry

Drivetrain is the link between the powerplant and the wheels of a vehicle. Transmission or gearbox is the major part of the drivetrain and it mainly regulates the power and torque to the driven wheels. The other parts are clutch, differential, and final drive shafts. Automatic transmission systems are now a day very popular in automobile industry as manual transmission are more prone to humane error.

  • Track 3-1Manual transmission
  • Track 3-2Automatic transmission
  • Track 3-3Automated manual transmission
  • Track 3-4Efficient clutching technology
  • Track 3-5Gearbox designing
  • Track 3-6Unconventional and non-direct transmission system
  • Track 3-7Differential
  • Track 3-8Dual-clutch transmission system

Autotronics or Automotive electronics are electronic systems used in automobiles, such as: engine management, ignition, sensors, carputers, alternator, telematics, entertainment systems and others. Now a day there are several vehicle security system which are mainly electronic system like biometric system, transmitter-receiver unlocking system, vehicle tracking systems etc. Mobile air-conditioning, climate control, electronically adjustable seats etc. come under passenger comfort systems. Long range radar, blind spot cameras, on board navigation system, parking sensor etc. are for driver assistance electronic system.

  • Track 4-1Engine control unit (ECU)
  • Track 4-2Transmission electronics
  • Track 4-3Traction control system
  • Track 4-4Electronic brake distribution (EBD)
  • Track 4-5Anti-lock braking sensor system
  • Track 4-6Electronic passenger comfort
  • Track 4-7Driver assistance System
  • Track 4-8Autonomous driving
  • Track 4-9Sensotronic braking control
  • Track 4-10Global positioning system
  • Track 4-11Vehicle security system

Day by day with increasing acceleration of vehicles, the need for sharp braking systems also increased. A good braking system is what every vehicle deserves for the sake of humane safety and smooth mobility. From drum brakes to ceramic disk brakes are widely used for braking systems. With developing technology the use of electronic sensor systems are increasing for smoother braking. 

  • Track 5-1Hydrodynamic or friction braking system
  • Track 5-2Electromagnetic braking system
  • Track 5-3Ceramic and ventilated disk brake
  • Track 5-4Air braking system
  • Track 5-5Vacuum braking system
  • Track 5-6Pumping braking system
  • Track 5-7Anti-lock braking system
  • Track 5-8Regenerative braking system

The electrification of road vehicles is accelerating globally and leading car manufacturers are currently devoting substantial resources to meet market expectations for safe, energy efficient and affordable vehicle concepts. Here the engine is replaced by an electric motor and a battery pack takes the place of the fuel tank. As we are running out of fuel day by day, it’s a good alternative. Electric motors are more efficient than engines so make less pollution to the environment. Now a days electric motors are also used with automobile engines for better performance and more ecofriendly emissions which is known as hybrid propulsion system.

  • Track 6-1Electrical drive technology
  • Track 6-2Electric vehicle battery technology
  • Track 6-3Light weight body
  • Track 6-4Fuel cell technology
  • Track 6-5Ultracapacitor technology
  • Track 6-6Electronic control system
  • Track 6-7Energy management and refueling unit
  • Track 6-8Low and high Voltage hybrid system
  • Track 6-9Parallel hybrid system
  • Track 6-10Degree of hybridization
  • Track 6-11Series hybrid system

Vehicle safety systems are meant for both the vehicle and the passenger. Crashworthiness of a vehicle in crash test is mandatory for passenger and driver safety. Seat belts, airbags, dashboard cushioning, collision alarm etc. are some of the basic safety system on board a vehicle. Reverse backup sensors, backup camera, lane departure warning system, tire pressure monitoring system etc. are some of the driver assistance system for automobile safety.

  • Track 7-1Primary safety systems
  • Track 7-2Crash testing
  • Track 7-3Road testing
  • Track 7-4Advanced driver-assistance system (ADAS)
  • Track 7-5Driver Alertness detection System
  • Track 7-6Automatic braking system
  • Track 7-7Infrared night vision
  • Track 7-8Adaptive headlamps
  • Track 7-9Adaptive cruise control
  • Track 7-10Traction control system
  • Track 7-11Electronic stability control
  • Track 7-12Antilock braking system
  • Track 7-13Electronic brake distribution
  • Track 7-14Emergency brake assist
  • Track 7-15Pedestrian protection system

New power sources are emerging day by day for future mobility and transport system. Solar energy, wind energy etc. are becoming popular in this field. Biomass extracted fuels are under continuous research and development for replacing the conventional fuels. With different power sources, the running cost of automobile will go down.

  • Track 8-1Solar energy
  • Track 8-2Dimethyl ether fuel
  • Track 8-3Bioethanol
  • Track 8-4Biodiesel
  • Track 8-5Biogas
  • Track 8-6CNG
  • Track 8-7Hydrogen fuel cell
  • Track 8-8Liquid nitrogen
  • Track 8-9Steam

Motor vehicle emissions contribute to air pollution and are a major ingredient in the creation of smog in some large cities. Exhaust gasses are one of the main reason behind global warming and in some cases due to incomplete burning of fuel, the exhaust gasses are toxic too. For a pollution, free transportation system emission norms are turning in favor of nature and engine technology is at its best to lower the amount of greenhouse gasses and toxic materials in exhaust gasses.  

  • Track 9-1Air injection
  • Track 9-2Catalytic converter
  • Track 9-3Exhaust gas re-circulation
  • Track 9-4Emission testing
  • Track 9-5Onboard refueling vapor recovery
  • Track 9-6Social awareness for pollution control
  • Track 9-7Engine health monitoring
  • Track 9-8Rapid implementation of green energy

Noise, vibration and harshness is some of the important parameters for undisturbed riding comfort and a good amount of engineering is necessary for making a vehicle noise, vibration and harshness proof. A vehicle with very good ride quality is also a comfortable vehicle to ride in. Engine vibration, exhaust noise, external noise etc. are the reason for harshness inside a vehicle. Sometimes due to bad road or terrain or some other reason if the vehicle is not having good shock-absorber system then this may cause discomfort while riding these vehicles. 

  • Track 10-1Acoustic quieting
  • Track 10-2Active noise control
  • Track 10-3Sound masking
  • Track 10-4Soundproofing
  • Track 10-5Vibration isolation
  • Track 10-6Tuned mass dampers
  • Track 10-7Subframes
  • Track 10-8Engine balancing
  • Track 10-9Material selection
  • Track 10-10Suspension system
  • Track 10-11Electronic damping system
  • Track 10-12Exhaust muffler

The choice of materials for a vehicle is the first and most important factor in automotive manufacturing. There is a variety of materials that can be used in the automotive body and chassis, but the purpose of design is the main challenge here. The most important criteria that a material should meet are lightweight, economic effectiveness, safety, recyclability and life cycle considerations.

  • Track 11-1Advance assembly lines
  • Track 11-2Quality control
  • Track 11-3Advance lightweight materials
  • Track 11-4Tire science and technology
  • Track 11-5Welding technology and monitoring system
  • Track 11-6Mass production technology
  • Track 11-7Material processing technology
  • Track 11-8Ecofriendly production line
  • Track 11-9Cost controlling
  • Track 11-10Production efficiency
  • Track 11-11Robot assisted production

Commercial vehicles are mainly used for public transport or goods transport. Commercial vehicle technology is required for advancement of modern day transportation systems. Bus, truck, vans etc. come under the commercial vehicle category. Commercial vehicles can have an overall effect on environmental pollution and road traffic control. With increasing usage of public-transport the road traffic will eventually go down and that will lead us to a cleaner environment.

  • Track 12-1Commercial vehicle requirement analysis
  • Track 12-2Vehicle dynamics
  • Track 12-3Cost management
  • Track 12-4Commercial vehicle service life
  • Track 12-5Electronic transport management system
  • Track 12-6Commercial sector analysis
  • Track 12-7Driver training facility

On the bigger side automobile marketing is a major boost for automobile sales. Regional demand analysis and advertisement makes the difference in product success. In the countries with high per capita income, have a different need of automobile than the countries with low per capita income. Economical automobiles have a good future in third world countries.

  • Track 13-1Global automobile market analysis
  • Track 13-2Advertising
  • Track 13-3Demand and supply
  • Track 13-4Service chain
  • Track 13-5Localized production
  • Track 13-6Market economy analysis
  • Track 13-7Systematic technology implementation

New technologies are emerging rapidly in the automobile industry. Researches in different fields like mechanical, electrical, electronics, metallurgical, computer science etc. have directly contributed to the advancement of automobile industry.   

  • Track 14-1Android auto
  • Track 14-2Driver override system
  • Track 14-3High speed transportation
  • Track 14-4Hyperloop
  • Track 14-5I3s technology
  • Track 14-6Biometric vehicle access
  • Track 14-7Comprehensive vehicle tracking
  • Track 14-8Artificial intelligence
  • Track 14-9Head-up display
  • Track 14-10Remote vehicle shutdown
  • Track 14-11Reconfigurable body panels
  • Track 14-12Driverless car
  • Track 14-13V2V communications
  • Track 14-14Transparent bonnet
  • Track 14-15Hovering car
  • Track 14-16Virtual Reality