Conference will be held at the Viking Line Ferryship:
Stockholm (S) - Turku (FI) - Stockholm (S)
Download pdf: "Invitation & Agenda + registration form"
Ferry departure from Stockholm
Come together in exhibition area
Welcome and NAFEMS introduction
End of day 1
Ferry departure from Turku
Welcome to new delegates
Correlating Physical and Virtual Testing – a Case from Reality
Ö. Danielsson (Kanthal AB, S)
Comparison of Test and Analysis Data – Problems and Solutions
A. von Mach (vMACH Engineering GmbH, D)
A New Material Model, Tested with Applications from the Paper Industry
T. Andersson (A-Dev, S)
A Strain Gages Based Correlation of a Diesel Engine Injector Clamp FE Model
G. Ferraro (Cummins Ltd., UK)
Post Processing Tools that Overlay Physical and Virtual Testing
S. Chatziangelidis (Beta CAE Systems S.A., GR)
- Hewlett Packard / GoVirtual
Virtual Durability Testing at Scania CV AB
H. Wentzel (Scania CV AB, S)
Verification of Sufficient Functional Margins by Analyses and Tests
P. Ekedahl (Volvo Aero Corporation, S)
Projectile Impact on Fuel Tanks - High Speed Photo Recordings and Hydrocode Simulations
Å. Persson (Dynamec Research AB, S)
Assessing the Reliability of FE Models and Optically Measured Stress-Strain Curves of Polypropylene through Physical and Virtual Testing
M. Nutini, M. Vitali (Basell Polyolefins, I)
Smart Testing Using Virtual Vibration Testing
J. F. Betts, K. Vansant, C. Paulson, J. Debille (LMS International, B)
Validation of Inductively Coupled Plasma Models at large Knudsen Numbers with Chlorine Chemistry
K. Shah, M. Megahed (ESI Group, D)
Calibration of Composite Material Models by Use of Optimization
H. Strandberg (Esteco Nordic AB, S); M. Perillo (EnginSoft SpA, I)
Summary and Discussion
End of Seminar
Arrival in Stockholm
(20:10 ferry departure back to Turku)
Virtual testing, i. e. modeling, simulation and analysis of constructions in a computer environment, is today an acknowledged technology which is used by most successful companies. The benefits, such as shorter lead time, reduction of physical prototypes and ability to test situations that can otherwise not be tested beforehand, are solid arguments for a continued evolution in this area.
A virtual model is, however, always an approximation of reality. When possible, results obtained from computer models should be compared to real world behavior. This is essential to get accurate virtual models. The key to an efficient development process is the correlation of virtual and physical testing in a correct way. The optimal amount of physical testing in relation to virtual testing will vary from company to company. It also depends on the type of applications to be solved or products being developed at each company.
The focus for this seminar is to exchange knowledge in the area of combining physical and virtual testing from various types of industry.
Who Should Attend?
The event is aimed at engineers and managers who are involved or interested in establishing efficient and reliable simulation processes.
The seminar will be accompanied by an exhibition of leading software and hardware suppliers and vendors. The exhibition will enable these to feature the latest developments and give all attendants the opportunities to discuss technical topics.
Jonas Dyberg (Simulia Scandinavia, S) and Holger Droege (Medeso AB, S) - both are and members of the NAFEMS Nordic Steering Committee
8th April 2008 - day 1
20:10 Ferry departure from Stockholm*
9th April 2008 - day 2
08:45 Ferry departure from Turku*
18:55 Arrival in Stockholm
20:10 Ferry departure back to Turku
For more details please see www.vikingline.se
Please book your cabin only through us. You can only register
for the seminar by booking your cabin at the same time latest March 25
Delegates from Finland could either:
start on day 1 in
- Stockholm : cabin Stockholm (April 8, evening)
- Turku (April 9) - Stockholm (April 9)
or join the seminar on day 2 (main day) morning in
- Turku : cabin Turku (April 9, morning)
- Stockholm (April 9) - Turku (April 10)
A) 2 bed inside cabin with shower/WC 48,-
B) 4 bed inside cabin with shower/WC 76,-
C) 4 bed outside cabin with shower/WC 100,-
D) Luxurious outside cabin, double bed TV, shower/WC 135,-
All cabins can be booked for single use also.
Costs per cabin in Euro.
Costs for infopoint (1 table + own poster or small display) including power supply: Euro 375,–
All personnel need to register as regular attendees.
Please note that you don´t have that much time to build up your infopoint. We urgently recommend only to use easy to build up display material for your booth.
Non NAFEMS member Euro 470,– / Person
NAFEMS member free (three credits / Person)*
* NAFEMS standard membership includes six seminar credits per year
- if already used, NAFEMS member will get a reduced fee: Euro
375,– / Person
Included are conference proceedings, lunch, and coffee breaks.
Costs for empty booth space of max. 2.5 m length including power
supply: Euro 375,–
All personnel need to register as regular attendees.
Please register with the registration form, online or via e-mail (email@example.com ).
Our contact Nordic office in Germany has moved:
83233 Bernau am Chiemsee
Telefon +49 (0) 80 51 - 96 59 349
Fax +49 (0) 80 51 - 96 74 337
Mobile +49 (0) 176 217 984 01
Event Type: Seminar
Location: Stockholm Sweden
Date: April 8, 2008