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Project Participants

As overall coordinator of the FENet project, NAFEMS would like to record a note of thanks to every individual who has participated in the project over the past four years.

The hard work and diligent efforts of all the industry, technology and education coordinators have provided the means by which the FENet project has achieved a successful conclusion.

The coordinators were:

University of Cranfield - Nigel Knowles
Atkins - Jacek T. Gierlinski

 

The RTD Thematic Area Coordinators were:

 

Multi Physics & Analysis

University of Swansea - Mark Cross & Avril Slone
CIMNE - Michele Chiumenti

Durability and Life Extension

University of Nottingham - Adib Becker
University of Padova - Nicola Petrone

Product & System Optimisation

Qinetiq - Peter Bartholomew
Universita de Trieste - Carlo Poloni
University of Durham - Grant Steven

Education & Dissemination

North East Wales Institute - John Smart
University of Strathclyde - Jim Wood

 

The Industry Sector Coordinators were:

Civil Construction

TNO Diana - Gerd-Jan Schreppers
Norut Technology - Geir Horrigmoe

Biomechanics

Sulzer - Yasar Deger
Cape Engineering - Laurence Marks

Process and Manufacturing

SKF Engineering - Gerrit-Jan Dop
EnginSoft Trading - Stefano Odorizzi

Consumer Goods

IDAC - David Ellis
Nokia - Niels Dam Lerke

Land Transport

LMS International - Peter Segaert & Colin McCulloch
Labein - Fernando Espiga
Centro Ricerche Fiat - Enrico Mangino

Aerospace

EADS/ Airbus - David Fitzsimmons
ESTEC - Hans Peter de Koning

Marine and Offshore

Qinetiq - John McVee
Iv-Nevesbu - Jack Reijmers

Power and Pressure Systems

NNC -  Nawal Prinja
DfT - Iain Davidson

 

NAFEMS would like to express a special note of thanks to Dr. Nigel Knowles who, from the very beginning through to the end, has been the tireless driving force behind the entire project. The efforts of Roger Oswald, Heike Wankle and David Quinn in the organisation and administration of the project are also hugely appreciated.

Over 120 companies from across Europe and from many different industries were involved in the project - these are listed below.

ABAQUS Europe BV

Netherlands

ABS Consulting

U.K.

Access e.V.

Germany

Airbus Deutschland GmbH

Germany

Airbus France

France

Altair Engineering GmbH

Germany

Anakon GmbH

Germany

Aristotle University of Thessalonki

Greece

Atkins Aviation & Defence Systems

U.K.

Atomic Weapons Establishment

U.K.

Atos Origin Engineering Services B.V.

Netherlands

Behr GmbH & Co

Germany

Belgrade University

Serbia and Monte Negro

CAD-FEM GmbH

Germany

Caesar Systems Ltd

U.K.

Cape Engineering

U.K.

CD-adapco

U.K.

Centre for Computational Continuum Mechanics (C3M)

Slovenia

Centro Richerche Fiat

Italy

Century Dynamics Ltd

U.K.

Chalmers University of Technology

Sweden

CIMNE

Spain

Compiegne University of Technology

France

Cork Institute of Technology

Ireland

CREA Consultants Ltd

U.K.

CSM

Italy

Czech Technical University

Czech Republic

D.C. White & Partners Ltd

U.K.

DLR

Germany

DTLR

U.K.

Dunlop Aerospace Braking Systems

U.K.

Durham University

U.K.

Dutch Space B.V.

Netherlands

Dynamic Design Solutions

Belgium

EADS/ Airbus

France

Easi Engineering GmbH

Germany

Eatec Ltd

U.K.

EnginSoft Trading s.r.l.

Italy

ESTEC

Netherlands

FEMCOS GmbH

Germany

FHG IBMT - Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft

Germany

Fiat Avio SpA

Italy

Fundación Labein

Spain

Gifford and Partners Ltd - Library

U.K.

GKSS Forschungszentrum

Germany

Glasgow University

U.K.

Hermsdorfer Institut fur Technische Keramik e.V.

Germany

HSG - IMIT

Germany

IDAC Ltd

U.K.

IFP Research AB

Sweden

IMAMOTER

Italy

Inasmet

Spain

INBIS Technology Ltd

U.K.

Ingenieurbuero

Germany

INTES GmbH

Germany

IV-Nevesbu

Netherlands

Jozef Stefan Institute

Slovenia

KaHo Sint Lieven

Belgium

KAPE - The Polish National Energy Conservation Ag

Poland

Kosice Technical University

Slovak Republic

KTH Mechanics

Sweden

Legin Associates

U.K.

LMS International NV

Belgium

Lulea University of Technology

Sweden

LUSAS

U.K.

Malaysian Rubber Producers Research Assoc.

U.K.

Maritime Hydraulics AS

Norway

MDAO Technologies

U.K.

MECAS ESI s.r.o.

Czech Republic

Meritor Automotive

U.K.

Merkle & Partner

Germany

MSC.Software France

France

NAFEMS

U.K.

Naples University

Italy

nCode International Ltd

U.K.

NIMR College

Netherlands

NNC Ltd

U.K.

Nokia Danmark A/S

Denmark

North East Wales Institute of Higher Education

U.K.

NORUT Technology Ltd

Norway

Nottingham University

U.K.

Numerical Analysis & Design GmbH

Austria

Oxford Brookes University

U.K.

Pall Aerospace

U.K.

Principia Ingenieros Consultores S.A.

Spain

QinetiQ

U.K.

Quantech ATZ

Spain

Queen's University of Belfast

U.K.

Random Loading Design Ltd

U.K.

Risoe National Laboratory

Denmark

Robust Solutions Ltd

U.K.

Rockfield Software Ltd

U.K.

Saab Scania AB

Sweden

Safe Technology

U.K.

Salford University

U.K.

Samtech SA

Belgium

SELEX Sensors and Airborne Systems Ltd

U.K.

Sheffield University

U.K.

Siemens AG

Germany

Siemens PGI (Demag Delaval Industrial Turbomachinery Ltd)

U.K.

SKF Engineering & Research Centre

Netherlands

Sofistik

Germany

Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB

Sweden

ST Mecanica Aplicada S.L.

Spain

Stavanger University College

Norway

Strathclyde University

U.K.

Structural Integrity Assessment Ltd

U.K.

Sulzer Innotec

Switzerland

TechSoft Engineering s.r.o.

Slovak Republic

Tecnologias CAE Avanzadas SL

Spain

TNO Diana UK Ltd

U.K.

TNO-BOUW

Netherlands

TranscenData Europe Ltd

U.K.

TRL Ltd

U.K.

Univeristy of Padova

Italy

University of Hannover IBNM

Germany

University of Leeds

U.K.

University of Maribor

Slovenia

University of Minhou

Portugal

University of Newcastle

U.K.

University of Padova

Italy

University of Split

Croatia

University of Trieste

Italy

Volvo Aero Corporation

Sweden

Wilde FEA Ltd

U.K.