With the development of extremely powerful computational methods, such as the finite element method, it is now possible to model highly complex engineering systems and processes. Evaluating key methods to optimise your manufacturing processes whilst reducing development times for new products and systems, the lessons learnt at this seminar will impact across manufacturing industries from aerospace to power generation. The innovative methods explored will enable you to understand how state-of-the-art modelling manufacturing processes can apply to:
- additive manufacturing
- residual stresses
- severe plastic deformations
- metal cutting
- abrasive water-jets
- drilling and machining
Join highly experienced researchers to explore methods and simulations and ensure your work is modelled effectively, efficiently and correctly.Early booking discounts until 18/09/2013
Attending this event will help you:
- Learn about the latest software packages for use across manufacturing sectors
- Discover new methods used for predicting stresses created during manufacturing processes
- Evaluate valuable findings from the latest research carried out on the development of material behaviour models
Who should attendThis seminar will be of greatest benefit to those working in automotive, aerospace, power generation plant or chemical plant industries as well as those working in academic and research institutes.
Find our more and contact details
For further information regarding the event and registration details, please contact Lisa Meenan, Events Executive at Institution of Mechanical Engineers (tel: +44 (0)20 7973 1242 or email: email@example.com).
Event Type: Seminar
Location: Nottingham U.K.
Date: October 30, 2013