NAFEMS NORDIC Conference 2014
Engineering Simulation: Best Practices, New Developments, Future Trends
The conference will provide a unique, independent, neutral, and comprehensive overview of the current state of art in the engineering simulation analysis.
The NAFEMS NORDIC Conference 2014 will be held on 13 - 13 May 2014 at the Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Entitled “Engineering Simulation: Best Practices, New Developments, Future Trends”, the conference will give delegates an unrivalled independent insight into best practices and state-of-the-art which consequently show upcoming trends, tendencies and necessary future needs in FEA, CFD, MBS and associated technologies.
The two-day conference aims to increase awareness and provide a discussion forum for topics that are important and relevant to engineering industrialists and academics.
In addition to the presentations we proudly announce that Tony Abbey, NAFEMS training manager, will give short courses on different technical topics based on the current e-learning courses provided by NAFEMS.
If you are an analyst, engineer, team leader or manager that has a responsibility for ensuring that a fit-for-purpose engineering solution is obtained from the use of modern simulation software, then you should attend.
The event is open to both members and non-members of NAFEMS, with members able to attend the event for free, as part of their membership benefits package.
NAFEMS is an independent not-for-profit body with the sole aim of promoting the effective use of engineering simulation methods such as finite element analysis, multibody system dynamics and computational fluid dynamics.
More than 1.100 organisations and institutions all over the world are member of NAFEMS. If you work with simulation, you should be part of NAFEMS. More information at www.nafems.org The event is open to both members and non-members of NAFEMS, with members able to attend the event for free, as part of their membership benefits package.
We are looking forward to welcoming you in Göteborg.
NAFEMS NORDIC Steering Committee
Agenda 13 May 2014
Session 1 – KEYNOTE / APPLICATIONS
Welcome and NAFEMS Introduction
T. Morris (NAFEMS)
Keynote-Presentation: Crash CAE with Failure Prediction at Volvo Cars Safety Centre
J. Jergeus (Volvo Car Corporation)
Reducing Delamination Risk for SnapLED Package Designs
S. Noijen (Philips Research); C. Soong, S. Tan (Philips Lumileds)
Parallel Sessions 2 - 3
Session 2 – APPLICATIONS
CAE Pre- and Postprocessing for Offshore Structures Design
S. Chatzimoysiadis, G. Korbetis, D. Georgoulas (BETA CAE Systems)
Flexible Hoses Design: From Physical to Virtual Prototype
P. Andry, J. Coloos (LMS, A Siemens Business)
Discrete Element Modeling of Granular Materials
D. Aspenberg, A. Bernhardsson, D. Hilding (DYNAmore Nordic)
Squeak & Rattle Simulation at Volvo Car Corporation using the E-LINE Method
P. Sabiniarz (AF Consult); J. Weber (Volvo Cars)
Session 3 – TRAINING
E-learning Short Course:
Fatigue & Fracture Mechanics in FE Analysis
T. Abbey (NAFEMS training manager)
15:20 Refreshment break
Parallel Sessions 4 - 5
Session 4 – CFD
CFD-Simulations in Transmissions and Gearboxes
F. Jareman (AF Consult)
Methods for Performing Fluid Structural Interaction Simulations on Real Industry Cases
T. Berg (Ansys Sweden)
Multiphysics Simulations of Light Water Reactors using a CFD Approach
K. Jareteg (University Gothenburg)
External Aerodynamics CFD Simulations of the DrivAero Vehicle Model
S. Chatzimoysiadis, V. Skaperdas, A. Iordanidis (BETA CAE Systems)
- no publication approval -
Session 5 – PROCESSES
Simulation of Residual Deformation from a Forming, Welding and Heat Treatment Process in Alloy718
E. Odenberger (Industrial Development Center); M. Schill (DYNAmore Nordic)
Simulation of an Asymmetric Electric Resistance Forge Welding Processes
B. Hannafious, T. Oosterkamp (Polytec)
Fatigue Analysis of Weld Seams Considering Geometrical Manufacturing Deviations
G. Spindelberger, H. Dannbauer, K. Hofwimmer, C. Gaier (ECS Engineering Center Steyr)
Simulation Software-Driven Developments of Design, Engineering, Manufacturing, and Quality Control Processes within Integrated CAD/CAM/CAE/CAQ Systems
S. Zietarski, S. Kachel, A. Kozakiewicz (Military University of Technology (WAT))
Come together in the exhibition area
Agenda 14 May 2014
Parallel Sessions 6 - 7
Session 6 – STRUCTURE/COUPLING
Usefool Tools in the Design Process of Rotor-Bearing Systems
N. Wagner, R. Helfrich (Intes GmbH)
A Co-Simulation Approach of a Sliding Door Slam Test
A. Paraschoudis, S. Patil (BETA CAE Systems)
Vacuum Drying of Umbilical Cable: Thermal Simulation of Electrical Heating and Analysis of Electromagnetic Effects
B. Hannafious, L. Vasilyev (Polytec)
Session 7 – TRAINING
8:30 - 10:00
E-learning Short Course: Non-Linear FE Analysis
T. Abbey (NAFEMS training manager)
10:00 Refreshment break
Parallel Sessions 8 - 9
Session 8 – MATERIALS/METHODS
Simulation Data Management – The Materials Perspective
D. Williams, A. Fairfull (Granta Design)
A Platform Oriented Approach to Material Modeling as Enabler for Integrative Simulations
Z. El Hachemi, G. Boisot, J. Seyfarth, R. Assaker (e-Xstream engineering)
Accelerate Virtual Testing Procedures by Single Core Modeling
P. Ullrich, W. Hal (ESI Group)
Session 9 – TRAINING
10:30 - 12:00
E-learning Short Course: Dynamic FE Analysis
T. Abbey (NAFEMS training manager)
Session 10 – MODEL EXCHANGE / COUPLING
The FMI Open Standard for Model Exchange and CAE Tool Interoperability
M. Gäfvert (Modelon)
Performing Coupled Electromagnetic and Fluid Simulations for Thermal Assessment of Electrical Motors
T. Virdung (Ansys Sweden)
Noise Prediction for Electrical Motors by Coupling Electromagnetic and Vibroacoustic Simulation Tools
K. De Langhe, P. Segaert (LMS, A Siemens Business)
Coupled Field Analyses for Extremely High Loaded Thermal Sensor Characterization at Design Development Stage
K. Kamberov, G. Todorov, B. Romanov, Y. Sofronov (Technical University Sofia)
Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel
Södra Hamngatan 59, 401 24 Göteborg, Sweden,
Tel: +46 31 758 5000, Fax: +46 31 758 5001
NAFEMS NORDIC conference registrants can reserve a discounted room at the hotel. Please use the registration form below. The group code is: „2155471 NAFEMS".
Delegate fee (per person)
Not-NAFEMS members: 5.900 SEK + VAT
Presenter from industry 1): free
NAFEMS members using 4 seminar credits: free*
NAFEMS member with no seminar credits: 4.000 SEK + VAT
These fees include attendance at the conference, one copy of the proceedings, lunch for all two days, break refreshments each day, and beverages and snacks in the evening of the first day. Hotel accommodation is not included.
1) Companies for the production/processing of material goods / goods in factories/plants.
* NAFEMS membership fees for companies / institutes
A standard NAFEMS site membership costs 1.050 Euro + VAT per year. An academic site membership costs 650 Euro + VAT per Jahr. Beneath many others, NAFEMS members will get six seminar credits (1 credit = 1/2 seminar/conference day) per year.
NAFEMS members can use seminar credits towards free attendance at this event. This event will charge four seminar credits per delegate. You can register 1,5 delegates included in your membership to this conference! Please consider becoming NAFEMS member before registering!
Hardware and software exhibition / sponsoring
We would like to extend an invitation to your company to be part of the conference as exhibitor and/or sponsor.
NAFEMS Deutschland, Österreich, Schweiz GmbH
Osterham 23, D-83233 Bernau
Tel. +49 80 51 - 96 59 3 49, Fax +49 80 51 - 96 74 3 37