Are you interested in simulation's role in advancing the digital factory and manufacturing processes? Relatively new processes, such as additive manufacturing/3D printing, promise benefits of lightweighting through generatively designed parts that place materials only where needed and internal lattice structures with varying densities; reduced part complexity via consolidation; and even on-the-fly material property customization. But, like any manufacturing process, simulation methodologies and best practices need to be implemented before 3D printing can reach its full industrial manufacturing potential.
If you're looking for simulation best practices and guidance in manufacturing processes, you should be part of CAASE20.
CAASE, the Conference on Advancing Analysis & Simulation in Engineering, will cover the following topics, addressing every aspect of engineering analysis and simulation during a 3-day program:
It's quite possible that we may have missed a topic, or few, from the list above. This list was not meant to be completely comprehensive, rather highlighting areas which have been covered at this event in the past. If you would like to see this list amended to include any areas missed, simply send us an email with your suggestion.
Also, be sure to look at the topics listed under the three other CAASE20 themes:
Theme #1: Simulation-Driven Design (...of Physical Systems, Components & Products)
Theme #2: Implementing Simulation Governance
Theme #4: Addressing Business Strategies, Challenges & Advanced Technologies