SEPTEMBER 26, 2019

Altair Engineering
1820 E Big Beaver Rd
Troy MI, 48083


Seminar on Advanced Powertrain Simulation CFD: Optimizing Oil Supply, Efficiency, and Thermal Solutions to Improve ICE & EV Vehicle Performance

Altair and Romax are two companies who have been working tirelessly for more than 3 decades to deliver the best value that can arise from simulation. We do not aim to sell software, we aim to sell better engineering decisions. This workshop will focus on how advanced efficiency, thermal and oil flow simulations can be applied to the simulation and optimization of ICE and EV drivetrains and Emotor cooling. Please click here for registration and detailed agenda




Dr. Milos Stanic got his Master’s degree at University of Novi Sad (Serbia) in 2009 and his Doctorate from University of Alabama in Huntsville (USA) in 2013 at the department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. Dr. Stanic’s doctorate concentrated on modelling of magneto-inertial nuclear fusion via means of Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH). In 2013 Dr. Stanic started his post-doctorate at the University of Twente (Netherlands), where he was modelling conjugate heat transfer in porous media via finite volume methods. He has been an author of multiple peer reviewed scientific papers in a wide range of areas: from plasma physics and advanced space propulsion to heat transfer and numerical methods. In 2015 Dr. Stanic joined Altair Engineering where he currently serves the position of nanoFluidX product manager.


Dr. Venkatakrishna Janakiraman is a Senior Mechanical Engineer at the Romax Technology US Technical center in Longmont, Colorado. Since joining Romax in 2017, Dr. Janakiraman has been involved in delivering several consulting projects related to driveline design, analysis and testing across a wide variety of industries. Dr. Janakiraman also actively teaches and mentors Romax software users on the theory and best analysis methods for drivelines. He is also actively involved in standards committees. Prior to Romax, Venkatakrishna Janakiraman obtained his doctorate in mechanical engineering working on efficiency modelling of automatic transmissions at Gear Lab in The Ohio State University.