April 15, 2013
Tata Technologies engineers present two innovative papers at SAE 2013 World Congress
Auto energy recuperation and fuel efficiency, door set/sag simulation
Michigan: Tata Technologies, a leading global provider of engineering services and manufacturing enterprise IT, announced that two of the company’s engineering professionals, Gopal Athani and Roshan Mahadule, will present technical papers at the SAE 2013 World Congress in Detroit April 16-18, 2013.
Gopal Athani, is presenting his paper titled 'Intelligent Alternator Control Mechanism for Energy Recuperation and Fuel Efficiency Improvement', based on his work for Tata Motors, in India. Mr Athani has more than eight years of experience in automotive and related manufacturing. He joined Tata Technologies in 2009 and holds a degree in automotive engineering.
Roshan Mahadule is presenting his paper titled 'CAE Simulation of Door Sag/Set Using Subsystem Level Approach', based on his work for Chrysler, at the Tata Technologies Center for Advanced Engineering and Design in Pune, India. Mr Mahadule has more than 11 years of industrial and manufacturing experience in the CAE domain. He joined Tata Technologies in 2008 and holds a degree in mechanical engineering and a master’s degree in design engineering.
These technical papers are the latest in a series of automotive engineering innovations presented by Tata Technologies at the annual SAE World Congress. In 2011, the company launched its Vehicle Programs Development Group, with more than 300 engineers operating from its four automotive engineering centers of excellence worldwide – Pune (India), Detroit (USA), Coventry (UK) and Stuttgart (Germany).