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1. network newsletter

Network Newsletter Throughout the four-year duration of the project, a regular newsletter was published and distributed via e-mail to all partners and interested parties. These are available to view below. FENet Newsletter Issue 1 - February 2002 FENet Newsletter Issue 2 - August 2002 FENet Newsletter Issue 3 - January 2003 FENet Newsletter Issue 4 - August 2003 FENet Newsletter Issue 5 - January 2004 FENet Newsletter Issue 6 - August 2004 FENet Newsletter Issue 7 - March 2005  

2. FENET_Majorca_March2004_EDU_Wood1_Introduction.pdf

Some Results for Procedural Benchmarks for Modelling Common Fabrication Details in Plate/Shell Structures Introduction FENET Workshop Majorca 25th and 26th March 2004 Jim Wood University of Strathclyde FENET THEMATIC NETWORK COMPETITIVE AND SUSTAINABLE GROWTH (GROWTH) PROGRAMME Majorca · · Despite the lack of complexity, response to the "round-robin" must be regarded as poor. Enough responses for an interesting discussion however ... submissions from the Civil, Structural, Shipbuilding

3. FENET_Majorca_March2004_EDU_Wood4_ED3.pdf

Some Results for Procedural Benchmarks for Modelling Common Fabrication Details in Plate/Shell Structures FENET_E&D3 FENET Workshop Majorca 25th and 26th March 2004 Jim Wood University of Strathclyde FENET THEMATIC NETWORK COMPETITIVE AND SUSTAINABLE GROWTH (GROWTH) PROGRAMME FENET THEMATIC NETWORK COMPETITIVE AND SUSTAINABLE GROWTH (GROWTH) PROGRAMME FENET_E&D3 L = 100 mm Plate width = 100 mm t = 15mm Neglect self-weight 45 degree fillets FENET THEMATIC NETWORK COMPETITIVE AND SUSTAINABLE

4. FENET_Lisbon_Dec2004_Introduction.pdf

Welcome ! to 4th FENET Annual Industry Meeting Nigel Knowles 4th FENET Annual Industry Meeting, Lisbon Dec 2/3 2004 FENET THEMATIC NETWORK COMPETITIVE AND SUSTAINABLE GROWTH (GROWTH) PROGRAMME Aims and objectives of meeting 1. Technology update theme "materials" 2. 3. Annual Review of Industry's needs Review of the Network's progress ­4th FENET Annual Industry Meeting, Lisbon Dec 2/3 2004 FENET THEMATIC NETWORK COMPETITIVE AND SUSTAINABLE GROWTH (GROWTH) PROGRAMME Industry reviews Im

5. FENET_Hamburg_Dec2003_Reijmers_Nevesbu.pdf

Industry Se ctor Marine & Offs hore RTD The m a tic Are a Da te 4-Dec -03 Collapse pressure of plates Jack Reijmers Nevesbu, The Hague, The Netherlands Summary Although stiffened platefields are quite common, structural analysis is highly nonlinear. So FEA is not really the right tool for plate analysis. When collapse of the plate is considered the results are even suspicious. So for this structural problem FEA seems not fit for purpose. FENET THEMATIC NETWORK COMPETITIVE AND SUSTAINABLE G

6. FENET_Prague_Dec2002_Reijmers_Nevesbu.pdf

Industry Se ctor Marine & Offs hore RTD The m a tic Are a Da te 14-Nov-02 CATIA - ANSYS, Perhaps someday the twain shall meet. Jack Reijmers Nevesbu, The Hague, The Netherlands Summary Nevesbu uses CATIA for design and ANSYS for structural analysis. Although from a commercial point of view data-exchange is no problem, the effort required by the engineer is beyond compare. FENET THEMATIC NETWORK COMPETITIVE AND SUSTAINABLE GROWTH (GROWTH) PROGRAMME CATIA Enterprise Professional Base FE m

7. search

FENet Search The FENet project produced a great deal of information on all aspects of FEA across every industry and technology. This has created a large library of information, which is best navigated through the technology or industry findings sections of this site, or through performing a keyword search of the site below.

8. FENET_Prague_Dec2002_Annual_Review.pdf

FENet Annual Meeting Prague 12 ­ 13 December 2002 FENET THEMATIC NETWORK COMPETITIVE AND SUSTAINABLE GROWTH (GROWTH) PROGRAMME Formal Report on Progress of the FENet Project FENet Objectives Achievements in the First Year Contractual/Membership Issues Planned Changes for Subsequent Years FENET THEMATIC NETWORK COMPETITIVE AND SUSTAINABLE GROWTH (GROWTH) PROGRAMME The FENet Network Objective Improve the quality of industrial applications of FE and related technologies in Europe. Dissemin

9. The extrapolation of finite element results to hot spot stresses.pdf

Industry Se ctor Marine & Offs hore RTD The ma tic Are a Da te 7 ok t 04 The extrapolation of finite element results to hot spot stresses Jack Reijmers IV Nevesbu, Papendrecht, The Netherlands Summary Finite element analysis raises in discontinuities excessive stresses. Proper assessment shall result in an acceptable result FENET THEMATIC NETWORK COMPETITIVE AND SUSTAINABLE GROWTH (GROWTH) PROGRAMME Nevesbu Shell expansion FENET THEMATIC NETWORK COMPETITIVE AND SUSTAINABLE GROWTH (GROWTH

10. Advanced FE Contact Benchmarks IV

Durability & Life Extension Advanced FE Contact Benchmarks IV Background to the FENET Contact Benchmarks A. A. Becker (University of Nottingham, United Kingdom) FENET Contact Benchmarks - Solutions A. Konter (Netherlands Institute for Metals Research, The Netherlands)

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