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Invitation - NAFEMS Nordic Seminar:

Exploring the Design Freedom of Additive Manufacturing through Simulation

10 - 11 December 2018, Helsinki, Finland

+ Hardware and Sofware Exhibition
+ AM Component Design Show & Tell Event

Agenda-Invitation

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Invitation

Additive manufacturing (AM), also called 3D printing, enables the manufacture of complex and intricate geometries without many of the constraints imposed by traditional manufacturing techniques.  As this technology advances and the costs of 3D printed parts continue to fall, AM will become a more prevalent and viable engineering and business solution. 

In order to take full advantage of these technologies, new approaches to simulation and design need to be implemented in order to facilitate innovative and cost-effective solutions. 

The aim of this seminar is to give delegates a comprehensive overview of the current state of AM, along with the challenges, risks, and opportunities - both for simulation engineers and for use within industry. 


Agenda, 10 December

1 A - PLENARY SESSION

09:15
Welcome and NAFEMS / VTT Introduction
NAFEMS NORDIC Steering Committee; T. Morris (NAFEMS); T. Laitinen (VTT, FIN)

09:25
Keynote-Presentation:
Additive Manufacturing at Airbus: Design for First-Time-Right AM

S. Van der Veen (Airbus, FRA)

10:00
Sponsor: BETA CAE Systems
Company and Toolset for the Simulation and Analysis of AM Engineered Components

S. Seitanis (BETA CAE Systems)

10:10
Sponsor: Siemens Industry Software
n.n. (Siemens Industry Software)

10:20
Sponsor: MSC Software
n.n. (MSC Software)

10:30
Break

2 A - PLENARY SESSION

11:10
Keynote-Presentation:
Process Modelling for Metal Additive Manufacturing
B. Peters (Univ. du Luxembourg, LUX)

11:45
Keynote-Presentation:
Additive Manufacturing of Ceramic-Based Components and Simulation – Opportunities and Requirements

U. Scheithauer, W. Beckert, S. Weingarten, E. Schwarzer, J. Abel, G. Ganzer, C. Freytag, P. Neumeister, H.-J. Richter, T. Moritz (Fraunhofer-Institut für Keramische Technologien und Systeme IKTS, GER)

12:20
Sponsor: Altair Engineering
n.n. (Altair Engineering)

12:30
Sponsor: Autodesk

n.n. (Autodesk)

12:40
Sponsor: Materialise

n.n. (Materialise)

12:50
Lunch Break

Parallel Sessions 3A / 3B

3 A – DESIGN & SIMULATION I

14:00
Automatic Generation of a Shell of an Architectural CAD Model for Additive Manufacturing
M. Ruschitzka, L. Anger, H. Ott (Univ. of Applied Sciences Cologne, GER)

14:25
Simulation-Based Development of MPP-Silencers Supported by Additive Manufactured Scale Models
J. Tanttari, E. Komi, A. Hynninen, S. Uosukainen (VTT, FIN)

14:50
Mixing Performance Evaluation of Additive Manufactured Milli-Scale Reactors
M. Woldemariam, R. Filimonov, T. Purtonen, J. Sorvari, T. Koiranen, H. Eskelinen (Lappeenranta Univ. of Technology, FIN)

3 B – PROCESS SIMULATION - METALS I

14:00
Micromechanics Based Design of Fatigue Resistant Metal AM Solutions

A. Laukkanen (VTT, FIN)

14:25
Assessment of a Multi-Scale Approach for Laser Powder Bed Fusion Process Simulation

M. Garibaldi, H. Erdelyi, T. van Eekelen (Siemens Industry Software, BEL); D. Reznik (Siemens Corp. Technology, GER)

14:50
Simulation of 3D Microstructure Evolution During Selective Laser Melting

O. Zinovieva, A. Zinoviev, V. Ploshikhin (Airbus endowed Chair for Integrative Simulation and Engineering of Materials and Processes (ISEMP) / Bremen Center for Computational Materials Science (BCCMS), GER)

15:15
Break

Parallel Sessions 4A / 4B

4 A – DESIGN OPTIMIZATION I

16:00
Topology Optimization for a Nonstatic Loadcase
P. Frank (Volkswagen Osnabrück, GER)

16:25
Topology Optimization of 3d Printed Switched Reluctance Motor
A. Manninen, J. Keränen, J. Pippuri-Mäkeläinen, S. Metsä-Kortelainen, T. Riipinen, T. Lindroos (VTT, FIN)

16:50
Experiences in Additive Manufacturing from Design Optimization to Printing Process Simulation and Optimization
J. Nänimäinen (EDR & Medeso, FIN)

17:15
Optimization Process for Products made with Additive Manufacturing
A. Papadopoulos (BETA CAE Systems)

4 B – PROCESS SIMULATION - METALS II

16:00
Phase Field Modeling of Rapid Solidification as a Part of a Process-Structure-Properties-Performance Chain for 316L Stainless Steel
T. Pinomaa, T. Andersson, M. Lindroos, A. Laukkanen, N. Provatas (VTT, FIN)

16:25
Thermal Modelling Using Finite Element Analysis to Determine Critical Processing Parameters During Selective Laser Melting
D. Higgins (Queen‘s University Belfast, GBR)

16:50
An AM Inherent Strain Calibration Strategy Based on High-Fidelity Finite Element Models
I. Setien, A. Echeverria (IK4-LORTEK Technological Centre); M. Chiumenti (CIMNE/Univ. Politecnica de Catalunya, ESP)

17:15
A New Fast Method to Predict the Distortions Due to Additive Manufacturing Process
A. Durán, J. L. Villanueva, J. Jorge, M. A. Guerrero (ITMA Materials Technology, ESP)

GET TOGETHER / SHOW & TELL

17:40
Beverages and snacks in the exhibition
AM Component Design Show & Tell
(deatils see right column)

19:40
End of first conference day

Agenda, 11 December

Parallel Sessions 5A / 5B

5 A – PROCESS SIMULATION - METALS III

09:00
Machine Specific Model for Selective Laser Melting Process
T. Andersson, A. Laukkanen, T. Pinomaa (VTT, FIN)

09:25
Industrial Applications of Laser Powder Bed Fusion Process Simulation
E. Denlinger, P. Michaleris, J. Irwin, M. Gouge, C. Li, K. Krüger (Autodesk, USA)

09:50
Additive Manufacturing: Predicting Distortions, Stresses, Phase Transformations and Mechanical Properties
V. Oancea (Dassault Systèmes, USA); J. Granlund (Dassault Systèmes, SWE)

10:15
Multi-Scale Modeling of Additive Manufacturing: From Process Simulation to Design Validation
H. Shkiri, O. Lietaer (e-Xstream Engineering)

5 B – WORKSHOP DIGITAL SPARE PARTS

09:00 - 10:40

Digital Spare Parts

Digital spare parts is a concept where the spare parts and related data are transferred and stored digitally. The spare parts are manufactured by 3D printing on demand geographically close to the end user.  This workshop will cover the following:

  • Overview of approaches, benefits and challenges of digital spare parts
  • Discussion on how to identify potential 3D printable spare parts
  • Description of several test cases, including examples of 1:1 substitution, reparable, upgradable and first aid (i.e. quick fix) spare parts
  • Time to inspect printed test specimen and ask questions, etc.
  • Discussion on next key research topics related to digital spare parts

Contributions: S. Metsä-Kortelainen, J. Reijonen, T. Riipinen (VTT, FIN); S. Chekurov (Aalto University, FIN)

Moderation: E. Komi (Etteplan, FIN); P. Puukko (VTT, FIN)

10:40
Break

Parallel Sessions 6A / 6B

6 A – DESIGN OPTIMIZATION II

11:20
Investigation of the Quantitative Benefit of Combining Lattice Structures with Topology Optimization
K. Loeffel, M. Dreier (Univ. of Northwestern Switzerland, SUI); M. Hoebel (General Electrics, SUI)

11:45
Adaptive Design and Simulation of a AM Heat Exchanger Unit
A. Struve (Fraunhofer Institute for Additive Production Technologies IAPT, GER)

12:10
SLM-Topo – A Topology Optimization Method for Additive Manufacturing of Lightweight Design Structures using the Selective Laser Melting Process
J. Holoch, A. Albers, M. Spadinger (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), GER)

6 B – DESIGN & SIMULATION II

11:20
Development Approach for a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) through Prototype Tooling
H.-G. Enkler, L. Sporleder (HFU – Furtwangen Univ.)

11:45
The Roles of Simulation in the End-Use Application Categories of Additive Manufacturing
S. Chekurov (Aalto Univ.)

12:10
Exploring Additive Manufacturing Design Space Using Bayesian Network: A Case Study On Reducing Curling Defect
A. Hamedi, E. Coatanéa (Tampere University of Technology); H. Mokhtarian (Tampere Univ. of Technology, FIN / Univ. Grenoble Alpes, FRA)

12:35
Lunch break

7 A – Design & Simulation III

13:35
Surface Lattice vs Truss Lattice Networks, Benefits and Limitations
A. Jansson, L. Pejryd (Örebro University, SWE)

14:00
Impact Modeling of Hyper-Elastic AM Compliant Mechanisms using High-Speed Digital Image Correlation
C. Van Mierlo, W. Dirix, M. Faes, D. Moens (KU Leuven, BEL)

14:25
Wrap-Up and Closing Remarks
NAFEMS NORDIC Steering Committee; J. Reijonen (VTT, FIN)

15:00
End of conference


We look forward to welcoming you to Helsinki.

The seminar will be organized by
NAFEMS NORDIC (www.nafems.org) in cooperation with the
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland (www.vttresearch.com)



About VTT

VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd is the leading research and technology company in the Nordic countries. We develop new smart technologies, profitable solutions and innovation services. We cooperate with our customers to produce technology for business and build success and well-being for the benefit of society. We use 4,000,000 hours of brainpower a year to develop new technological solutions. Please find more information about VTT here.


Details

Event Type: Seminar
Location: Helsinki Finland
Date: December 10, 2018

Gold Sponsors

Altair Engineering

Autodesk

BETA CAE Systems

Materialise

MSC Software

Siemens Industry Software

Silver Sponsors

ANSYS

Dassault Simulia


In cooperation with

VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland

VTT


Media partner




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Call for Papers

Exhibition-sponsors


Registration Fees

NAFEMS members:             Free 1)
1) NAFEMS members can use seminar credits towards free attendance at this event. This event will charge four ­seminar credits per delegate.
Members without credits: 450 Euro
Non NAFEMS members:    600 Euro
Students:                              Free 2)
2) A limited number of students attend free of charge (first come, first serve – matriculation certificate required).
Presenters need to pay regular participation fees.
The registration fee includes conference attendance, proceedings, lunches, break refreshments and get together. Hotel accommodation is not included.
All prices plus local VAT.

AM Component Design Show & Tell

NAFEMS and VTT would like to warmly welcome all seminar participants to join us for our AM Component Design Show & Tell event. This is part of our evening social event after day 1, where conference participants will have a chance to mingle while enjoying something small to eat and drink.  During this time, there will be an opportunity to show off your interesting additive manufactured designs and discuss them with your peers.  (You could think of this like an informal poster session, whereby we are replacing posters with 3D printed objects.)


How to get involved:

  1. Fill out this A5 form below describing the part that you will present at AM Show & Tell

  2. Email the completed form to roger.oswald@nafems.org by 16.11

  3. Bring your 3D printed part with you to the evening event on 10.12. and be ready to discuss.  We will print the A5 component description for you to display near your component.

Show-and-Tell


Conference venue
Hilton Helsinki Kalastajatorppa
Kalastajatorpantie 1
00330 Helsinki, Finland
Hotel website

Hotel accommodation
Booking link
You may also book directly with the hotel by email helsinkikalastajatorppa@hilton.com / or by telephone +358945811.
Please use reservation code G1NAFA when booking the rooms. Credit card details are needed to guarantee the booking.

Sponsorship and exhibition opportunities
Infopoint: 1 table + own poster or pop-up display: 500 Euro
Booth space: 3 x 2 m, incl. 1 table, chairs: 800 Euro
All booth staff need to register as regular attendees.
Sponsoring: Several opportunities are available (see below brochure)

Exhibit-Sponsor

Contact

NAFEMS Deutschland, Österreich, Schweiz GmbH
NAFEMS Contact for Nordic
Griesstraße 20, 85567 Grafing b. München, Germany
Phone: +49 176 217 984 01,
Fax: +49 3 22 11 08 99 13 41
e-mail: nordic@nafems.org

Events - Cancellation Policy
Please note NAFEMS cancellation policy for all DACH events is as follows:
Cancellation up to 6 weeks before the event date: free of charge;
Cancellation up to 1 week before the event date: 75% of registration fee non-refundable;
Cancellation up to 1 week before the event date: all seminar credits non-refundable;
Less that one week and no show at the event: 100% of registration fee non-refundable.
NAFEMS will discuss the possibility of transferring to an alternative event/course, however an administration charge will be applicable.

This policy is subject to change.