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1. FENET_Zurich_June2002_EDU_Deger.pdf

Sulzer Innotec A typical Case from the Practice, Explained Step by Step for Beginners: Understanding of Material Failure in a Heat Exchanger by Means of Thermal and Structural Analysis Yasar Deger SULZER, Sulzer Innotec, Winterthur, Switzerland NAFEMS/FENET Awareness Seminar: ,,Web Based Training for Engineering Analysis", Geroldswil/Zurich, Switzerland, 12th June 2002 Sulzer Innotec / FENET / 02-10-01 / YAD Sulzer Innotec ABSTRACT Some leaking tubes due to surface flaws in welding of the

2. FENET_Prague_Dec2002_Workshop_EC_Proposals.pdf

2nd FENET Annual Industry Meeting & AGM: ,,Integration of Engineering Analysis into the Business Process" Workshop Agenda: ,,Proposals for the EC Framework VI Programme" Wednesday 11th December 2002 14:30 Welcome & Introductions Chair Overview of Framework VI Nigel Knowles · Objectives · Ground rules · New instruments - Possible outlines for IP and NoE in a FE-Net context · Work programmes Tour de Table All · Individual aims and objectives · Topic areas · Potential projects

4. FENET_Wiesbaden_Nov2001_Industry_Reqs_Marine_Reijmers2.pdf

Industry Se ctor Marine & Offs hore RTD The m a tic Are a Mult i Phy s ic s Da te 4-nov-01 ShipFlex, an integral approach on hydromechanics and ship elasticity Jack Reijmers Nevesbu, The Hague, The Netherlands Summary Hydrostatics on ship design treat buoyancy and stability, but in general go no further than the loading on the ship`s hull. Deflection due to shear and hull bending is not taken into account although there could be a significant influence on the displaced volume. FENET THEMATI

5. FENET_Wiesbaden_Nov2001_Industry_Reqs_Marine_Reijmers1.pdf

Industry Se ctor Marine & Offs hore RTD The m a tic Are a Mult i Phy s ic s Da te 4-nov-01 ShipFlex, an integral approach on hydromechanics and ship elasticity Jack Reijmers Nevesbu, The Hague, The Netherlands Summary Hydrostatics on ship design treat buoyancy and stability, but in general go no further than the loading on the ship`s hull. Deflection due to shear and hull bending is not taken into account although there could be a significant influence on the displaced volume. FENET THEMATI

6. FE-Net

FENet was a Thematic Network, funded by the European Commission for four years from August 2001. The network sought to coordinate activities within Europe aimed at improving both the quality of industrial applications of finite element technology and the level of confidence that can be placed in the computed results.  The activities of the network were focussed on three technology areas: Durability and Life Extension Multi-Physics & New Technology Product

7. FENET_Noordwijk_Oct2003_NSC_IndustryTemplate.pdf

Power and Pressure Systems DLE Issues and Requirements 1. Fatigue and Fracture TRL=7; Priority=1. 2. Routine and Accident conditions e.g: (a) impact TRL=4; Priority=2 and (b) fire - (I) thermal deformation TRL=8; Priority=5 (ii) combustion TRL=2; Priority=4 PSO Issues and Requirements 1. Sensitivity Studies TRL=8; Priority=1 2. Monte Carlo Analysis TRL=7; Priority=2 3. Structural Reliability Methods TRL=4; Priority=3 (Priorities: 1=highest and 5=lowest.) FENET THEMATIC NETWORK COMPETITIVE AND

8. FENET_Wiesbaden_Nov2001_Tech_Issues_PSO_morelle2.pdf

BOSS and discrete variables Nearby classical gradient methods, genetic algorithms allow to find solutions of combinatory problems involving : · a high number of variables/constraints · discrete variables, even integer or non numerical design variables · discontinuous functions FENET THEMATIC NETWORK COMPETITIVE AND SUSTAINABLE GROWTH (GROWTH) PROGRAMME BOSS and discrete variables Non Gradient Based methods : Genetic Algorithm FENET THEMATIC NETWORK COMPETITIVE AND SUSTAINABLE GROWTH

9. FENET_Majorca_March2004_MPA_review.pdf

Multi-physics for real: an action workshop Avril Slone & Mark Cross University of Greenwich FENET THEMATIC NETWORK COMPETITIVE AND SUSTAINABLE GROWTH (GROWTH) PROGRAMME Palma, Majorca 2004 University of Greenwich Programme 1. Introduction 2. Overview of multi-physics `physics' 3. PHYSICA and the `workshop' problems 4. Intro to FEMGV - Geometry, etc definition 5. The heat transfer problem 6. The heat and fluid flow problem 7. The heat, fluid flow and stress problem FENET THEMATIC NETWORK COM

10. 6th Technology Workshop

6th FENet Technology Workshop Durability and Life Extension (DLE):FE Issues Related to Creep and Viscoelasticity Advanced FE Contact Benchmarks Multi Physics and Analysis (MPA):‘Hands-on’ Experience of Computational Modelling of Multi-Physics Problems - I Product and System Optimization (PSO):Guidelines for Product and System Optimisation Education & Dissemination (E&D):Procedural Benchmarks for Common Fabrication Detail Additional Workshops Management a

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