SimBest - Simulation Best Practice and State of the Art
NAFEMS, the International Association for the Engineering Analysis, Modeling and Simulation Community, are pleased to announce its participation in the Innovate UK-funded project to gather and disseminate best practice in the use of simulation and modelling tools for engineering design.
The objective of the SimBest project, carried out in conjunction with Alstom Power and the Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN), is to encourage the take up and development of simulation tools by the UK manufacturing industry.
In particular, we hope to help SMEs that do not have the resources to develop their own procedures and practices make best use of these tools.
NAFEMS are working with expert consultants to help evaluate the energy, automotive, built environment, health, aerospace, process and electronics sectors by evaluating how companies use simulation and how they maximise the benefits gained from the use of these tools.
The project has a very wide application but the scope has been reduced to focus on a few topics such as material technologies, coupled/multi-phase simulations, multi-scale modelling and optimization including important issues such as High Performance Computing (HPC), Verification and Validation (V&V), Uncertainty Quantification (UQ) and Simulation Process and Data Management (SPDM).View a webinar presenting SimBest and read more about the project in details on the dedicated SimBest project webpage.
Dr. Gino Duffett, email@example.com