Technical Papers 

Saber Power Systems Simulation Seminar - France
Proceedings from the Saber Power Systems Simulation Seminar, September 22, 2011 in Paris, France
All ten presentations from the seminar are included in the proceedings – including presentations from PSA, Aeroconseil, EADS, IMACS, Airbus, CNES, CST and Synopsys
Multiple Authors

Saber Power Systems Simulation Seminar - Michigan
Proceedings from the Saber Power Systems Simulation Seminar, October 21, 2010 in Novi, Michigan
All eight presentations from the seminar are included in the proceedings – including presentations from Delphi and Agilent.
Multiple Authors from Synopsys, Delphi, and Agilent

SAE
An Automated Model Based Design Flow for the Design of Robust FlexRay™ Networks
2008-01-1031 By mandate of the Engineering Meetings Board, this paper has been approved for SAE publication upon completion of a peer review process by a minimum of three (3) industry experts under the supervision of the session organizer.
Thorsten Gerke Synopsys GmbH David Bollati C&S Group/University of Applied Science Wolfenbüttel

Modeling and Simulating a VVT System for Robust Design
2008-01-0901 By mandate of the Engineering Meetings Board, this paper has been approved for SAE publication upon completion of a peer review process by a minimum of three (3) industry experts under the supervision of the session organizer.
Jeremy Poole and Jim Patton Synopsys, Inc. Bill Goodwin General Motors

Model Based Design of Robust Vehicle Power Networks
2008-01-0898 By mandate of the Engineering Meetings Board, this paper has been approved for SAE publication upon completion of a peer review process by a minimum of three (3) industry experts under the supervision of the session organizer.
Thorsten Gerke Synopsys GmbH Alkiviadis Boulos Jaguar Land Rover

Designing Automotive Subsystems Using Virtual Manufacturing and Distributed Computing
2008-01-0288 By mandate of the Engineering Meetings Board, this paper has been approved for SAE publication upon completion of a peer review process by a minimum of three (3) industry experts under the supervision of the session organizer.
William Goodwin and Amar Bhatti General Motors Corporation Michael Jensen Synopsys®, Inc.

Development of the Physical Layer and Signal Integrity Analysis of FlexRay™ Design Systems
2007-01-1636 By mandate of the Engineering Meetings Board, this paper has been approved for SAE publication upon completion of a peer review process by a minimum of three (3) industry experts under the supervision of the session organizer.
Thorsten Gerke Synopsys GmbH David Bollati C&S Group/University of Applied Science Wolfenbüttel

Robust Design of a Valve Train Cam Phasing Controller using Virtual Prototyping Techniques
2007-01-1640 By mandate of the Engineering Meetings Board, this paper has been approved for SAE publication upon completion of a peer review process by a minimum of three (3) industry experts under the supervision of the session organizer.
Dale Witt Createch Inc. Bryan Kelly Synopsys Inc.

Modeling and Simulation of Hybrid Electric Vehicle Power Systems
2007-01-1592 By mandate of the Engineering Meetings Board, this paper has been approved for SAE publication upon completion of a peer review process by a minimum of three (3) industry experts under the supervision of the session organizer.
Min Zhang Synopsys Inc

Electrothermal Behavior of a Complete Alternator Assembly within a Battery Charging System using Virtual Prototyping Techniques
2007-01-1631 This paper illustrates the usage of virtual prototyping to observe the impact of self heating thermal effects on the performance of a complete claw pole alternator assembly.
Bryan Kelly - Synopsys Inc. Voiko Loukanov - D&V Electronics Ltd. V. Velikov - D&V Electronics Ltd. J. Duliere - Synopsys Inc.

Modeling and Analysis of a Main Engine Start Power Flow
2006-01-3046 The issues of power demand during a main engine start in an aerospace application are addressed. The effects of a resonance arising due to the presence of passive networks in the path of the power flow are modeled and analyzed, and recommendations are made for minimizing them.
Novica A. Losic - Honeywell

Virtual Embedded Mechatronics System
2006-01-0861 In the past few years, the demands for more complex system development and the ever-increasing requirement for hardware and software improvements have increased the need for a virtual embedded system where the hardware, microcontroller and software coexist at the simulation level.
George Saikalis - Hitachi America, Ltd. Hendrik Meyl - Hitachi America, Ltd. Shigeru Oho - Hitachi America, Ltd. Donald McCune - Hitachi America, Ltd. Makoto Ishikawa - Hitachi America, Ltd.

Analysis of Vehicle Power Supply Systems Using System Simulation
2006-01-0299 The Engineering Meetings Board has approved this paper for publication. It has successfully completed SAE's peer review process under the supervision of the session organizer.
Thorsten Gerke Synopsys GmbH Carsten Petsch Volkswagen AG

Development and Verification of In-Vehicle Networks in a Virtual Environment
2005-01-1534 The Engineering Meetings Board has approved this paper for publication. It has successfully completed SAE’s peer review process under the supervision of the session organizer.
Thorsten Gerke Synopsys, Inc. Carsten Schanze Volkswagen AG

Saber-MATLAB Integrations: Enabling Virtual HW/SW Co-Verification
The amount and complexity of embedded content in automotive systems is continually increasing. Driven by pressures to increase content and reduce costs, automotive OEMs and suppliers are relying more on embedded systems for control, configuration, and calibration of advanced technologies such as X-by-wire systems, in-vehicle networking, and electric hybrid systems.
Lee Johnson—Synopsys

Modeling a Daytime Running Lamp Controller using StateAMS
One of the greatest problems facing an engineer in order to use simulation as a design tool, is coming up with suitable simulation models. Basic models are provided in the libraries of many simulation tools.
Nils Johnson—Synopsys

Synopsys Automotive Solutions Seminar - Michigan
Proceedings from the Automotive Solutions Seminar, November 10, 2011 in Novi, Michigan
Four presentations and one tutorial from the seminar are included in the proceedings including EST, GM, Infineon, Invirtech and Synopsys
Multiple Authors

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