NAFEMS is a not-for-profit engineering membership association and part of our mission is to improve the competitiveness of companies by encouraging them to adopt engineering simulation.
To assist with this goal we are organising this one-day seminar in Zagreb on Monday, 25th March 2019.
This seminar is a genuine endeavour to equip the attendees with relevant information on the overall value of engineering simulation to a business, and how it is increasingly a requirement for continued innovation and the ongoing competitiveness of companies.
Large companies in industries like automotive and aerospace appreciate the value of simulation but for industries where the use of simulation is not as mature the value that simulation can bring is less well understood. Small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) need advice on how to justify investment in simulation in ways that reflect the limited resources that are available.
Most businesses involved in producing a product are faced with a number of major business challenges, including:
The ‘Benefits of Simulation Seminar’ therefore aims to:
Simulation has and will continue to play a major role in product and process innovation. New ideas have to be tested, qualified and refined before they can be put into practice or introduced to the market.
Chairman's Introduction & Welcome
David Felhos, NAFEMS EESC Chairman
In-house CAE Analysis in a Fast-paced Environment
Gregor Juretić & Deni Džoja, Rimac Automobili
Accelerating Innovation with the 3D Experience Platform in T&M
Marcin Wierszycki & Witold Kakol, Budsoft
The Path to Simulation Democratization
Bojan Gjerek, Danfoss Trata d.o.o.
Simulation for Innovation
László Molnár, eCon Engineering
Benefits of Simulation – Industry use Cases from the Point of View of a Commercial HPC Infrastructure Provider
Nejc Bat, Arctur d.o.o.
Detailing the Giants: CFD in Service of Optimization of the Air Flow through Hydro Generators
Sinisa Majer, KONČAR-Electrical Engineering Institute
Some Simulation Highlights to Remember
Zlatko Penzar, Continental
Chaining between Virtual Manufacturing and Virtual Prototyping Numerical Solution
Marek Slovacek, MECAS ESI
Some of the Challenges in Adopting Simulation-Driven Innovation and How to Overcome Them
Roger Keene, Consultant
General discussion and closing remarks