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How Simulation Helps Manufacturing Processes

25 May 2017, Bilbao, Spain

REGISTER for the FREE NAFEMS-Iberia Seminar
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How Simulation Helps Manufacturing ProcessesNAFEMS has recently created a new Manufacturing process Simulation Working Group (MANWG) whose objective is to promote the safe, reliable and efficient use of numerical tools for manufacturing processes.

NAFEMS-Iberia has joined with the MANWG group to arrange a seminar dedicated to manufacturing simulation to create more awareness for the benefits of using numerical simulation to drive cost reduction and the concept of zero-prototyping across a range of sectors.  The seminar will take place in Bilbao, close to one of the large manufacturing areas in Spain. 

The seminar will present a variety of industrial applications in an attempt to create awareness and further promote the use of simulation thereby improving processes, systems and decision-making while reducing costs.  Aspects such as Uncertainty Quantification, Verification & Validation are encouraged.  All sectors are welcome and we would encourage companies to seek and collaborate cross-sector.  

Example applications could be: die-casting, injection molding, sheet pressing, forging, casting, machining, robotics, systems simulation, etc.

The seminar will include an invited speaker and various other presentations.

If you require any further information please contact:

Diane Duffett 
Iberian Operations


Presentations may be delivered in either the English or Spanish language.

  • 09:30 Registration.  Coffee in sponsor table area.

  • 10:10 Welcome by NAFEMS-Iberia

  • 10:15 Presentation by NAFEMS

  • 10:20 The Benefits of Using Manufacturing Process Simulation.
    Trevor Dutton (NAFEMS Manufacturing WG)

  • 11:00 Numerical simulation of sheet metal forming processes for the automotive industry. From laboratory characterization to industrial cases. Lander Galdos (Mondragon University)

  • 11:20 Computational Techniques to Study Material Damage in High Temperature Metal Forming Processes.
    Ángel Escolán (Itainnova)

  • 11:40 Finite element evaluation of distortions in large welded assemblies. M. Armindo Guerrero (ITMA)

  • 12:05 Snack in sponsor table area

  • 12:55 How Simulation and Model Adjustments Helps Metal Casting Processes.
    Eva Anglada (Tecnalia)

  • 13:15 Improvement of Investment Casting Soundness through Insulation Wrapping Scheme Parametric Optimization.
    Xabier Esquisabel (PRECICAST)

  • 13:35 Development Of A Numerical Methodology To Predict Process Induced Distortions On SLM Components And Its Application On Two Real Components.
    Iñaki Setien (Lortek)

  • 13:55 Prediction of residual stresses and distortion caused by additive manufacturing processes in an aeronautical mechanical component.
    Gorka Fernandez (Mizar Additive Manufacturing)

  • 14:20 Snack in sponsor table area

  • 15:10 Water Injection Technology Simulation for Weight Reduction. Fernando Burguera (Batz)

  • 15:30 FEniCS CFD simulation in additive manufacturing with a cloud computing infrastructure.
    Johan Jansson (BCAM)

  • 15:50 Analysis of the effect of the clamping parameters in a Wire and Arc Additive Manufacturing process through numerical modelling.
    Haritz Vellejo (Tecnalia)

  • 16:15 Questions & Answers

  • 16:30 Close


AIC-Automotive Intelligence Center
Parque Empresarial Boroa

Purchasing Details

Members Price: FREE
Non-Members Price: FREE
Order Ref: IberiaManu17
Event Type: Seminar
Location: Bilbao Spain
Date: May 25, 2017

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