Numerical Methodologies and Modeling of Coupled Systems
The Nafems Iberia Awareness Seminar entitled Numerical Methodologies and Modeling of Coupled Systems
was held on 10th May in Madrid. The seminar took place at Escuela de Ingenieros Aeronáuticos, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid where previous seminars have been held.
The seminar shared and enhanced the knowledge of users in the simulation of coupled systems and covered this broad subject from different points of view, i.e. fluid structure interaction, multi physics (fluid+structure, electro+mechanical etc.) and multidisciplinary (FEM+MBS, FEM+control etc.) simulation and co-simulation, a topic highlighted in previous seminars.
The seminar completed with a plenary presentation given by an invited speaker from the Nafems community, Henrik Nordborg, Dr. sc. nat. ETH. Chairman of the Nafems MultiPhysics Working Group and Professor of Physics, Institute for Energy Technology (IET) & Microsoft Technical Computing Innovation Centre.
Coupled Simulations: Importance to Industry and Consequences for Computing.
Ingeniería IDOM Internacional - Fernando Rueda Guglieri
Forced Convection Coupling with Thermal-Mechanical Finite Element Analyses for the Study of the HCLL and HCPB TBM concepts within the ITER Project
Ikerlan - Jon Basurko
Coupled Simulation Aeroelastic-MBS-Structural-control based on standard tools: Application to Wind Turbines
MSC Software - Christof Rachor
Principia - Presenter to be confirmed
Fluid-Structure Interaction in Civil Engineering Structures
Problemas de Interacción Fluido-Estructa en Ingenería Civil
Numerical simulation of floating offshore wind turbine by a coupled aeroelastic, structural andhydrodynamic approach.
UPM – Lee Margetts
Simulating Dinosaur running using a Combined Finite Element and Multibody Dynamics Approach