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FENet Project Review Meeting

The final FENet meeting was held in conjunction with the NAFEMS World Congress 2005, held in May 2005. NAFEMS was the coordinator of the FENet project, and the World Congress is widely regarded as the premier independant conference for the FE community. Holding the meetings together gave huge exposure to the findings and conclusions of the FENet project.

A principal objective of FENet was to collate and structure existing information and to facilitate the efficient exchange of experience and knowledge within, and between, different industrial sectors within the European Community. The findings of the FENet project were presented throughout the conference in each session, and provided an important and enlightening insight into the work and findings of the network over the past four years.

St Julians, Malta

17-21st May 2005

 

Papers for Download

The FENet Project - A Contribution to NAFEMS' Technology Strategy Plan?
N C Knowles, Legin Associates

 

Current Technology Policy Issues from the Perspective of the New EU Member States
J Gierliñski, Polish Ministry of Science

 

A Review of FEA Technology Issues Confronting the Automotive Industry
F. Espiga, LABEIN

 

Some Education & Dissemination Issues Identified in the FENet Project
J. Smart, N. E. Wales Insitute

 

A Review of FEA Technology Issues Confronting the Civil Engineering Industry
G. Horrigmoe, NORUT Technology

 

The FENet Plate/Shell Fabrication Procedural Benchmarks and "Round Robin" Exercise
J. Wood, Strathclyde University

 

A Review of FEA Technology Issues confronting the Aerospace Industry
H. P. de Koning, ESA

 

A Review of FEA Technology Issues Confronting the Process & Manufacturing Industry
G.-Jan Dop, SKF Engineering

 

The State of the Art in Process & System Optimisation Emerging from FENet Project
P. Bartholomew, QinetiQ

 

A Review of FEA Technology Issues Confronting the Consumer Goods Industry
N. Lerke, Nokia

 

A Review of Durability & Life Extension Technology Addressed in the FENet Project
A. Becker, University of Nottingham

 

A Review of FEA Technology Issues Confronting the Power Industry
N. Prinja, NNC

 

A Review of FEA Technology Issues Confronting the Biomechanics Industry
L. Marks, CAPE Engineering

 

Multi-physics - A Review of State of the Art
M. Cross, University of Swansea

 

A Review of FEA Technology Issues Confronting the Marine & Offshore Industry Sector
J. McVee, QinetiQ