Simulation and Modelling 2019 - Advances in Heat Transfer Modelling and Design Optimisation

Simulation and Modelling 2019

Advances in Heat Transfer Modelling and Design Optimisation



The Institution of Mechanical Engineers is pleased to invite all NAFEMS members to our two upcoming events in Birmingham: Simulation and Modelling 2019 and the Advances in Heat Transfer Modelling and Design Optimisation seminar.

Don't miss this opportunity to hear technical presentations of the latest techniques and technologies for enhancing the design and performance of your products. Take away best practice from multiple industries that can enable reduced design time and costs for your company.

What to expect from Simulation and Modelling 2019:

  • Hear from and network with TotalSim, Rolls Royce, Claytex, Airbus, Amazon Web Services, Wood Group, Caterpillar Global Mining, EDF-Energy, Jaguar Land Rover, AMRC with Boeing and many more
  • This two day conference is a unique opportunity to discuss the latest developments being made with computer aided and virtual engineering
  • Address key challenges including ensuring model validity, assessing uncertainty, multiphysics models, data analysis and the democratisation of simulation
  • Engage with and learn best practice from colleagues and peers across the automotive, aerospace, power, process and manufacturing sectors
  • Take advantage of interactive roundtable sessions relating to a topic of your choice, covering Digital Twins, Software Usability, Workflow Optimisation and other areas

What to expect from Advances in Heat Transfer Modelling:

  • Hear the latest insights from Rolls-Royce, Shell, Schaeffler Techologies, Brunel University, Hexxcell, University of Nottingham, HORIBA MIRA, City University of London and more
  • Address the specialised challenges of accurately modelling heat transfer across multiple materials and engineering applications
  • Take away new strategies that will enable faster, concurrent and more accurate CFD simulation and modelling specific to heat transfer, leading to shorter design cycles, greater product optimisation and reduced costs
  • Network with world-wide experts in fluid flow and heat transfer modelling from industry, research and academia

Discount for NAFEMS members: as a supporting organisation, members can attend at the discounted rate and save on their place. Simply register online at the supporting organisation rate on the event website or contact the IMechE directly and mention your membership – eventenquiries@imeche.org


Details

Event Type: Seminar
City: Birmingham
Country: UK
Date: 17 Sep 2019