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1. FENET_Prague_Dec2002_Fox_Femsys.pdf

I ndustry Se ctor Autom oti ve RTD The m a tic Are a Optim i sa ti on Da te 12-De c De l ive ra bl e Nr More Effective Use Of Analysis Through Broader Access Dr Dan Grose and Dr Tim Fox Femsys Limited, Leicester, United Kingdom Summary This presentation shows that the level of engineering skill required for analysis can be a significant barrier to the more effective use of the technology in many business processes and illustrates how broader access, through use of a data driven interface, o

2. FENET_Prague_Dec2002_Rochon_OpenCascade.pdf

2nd FENET ANNUAL INDUSTRY MEETING Integration of Engineering Analysis into the Business Process PRAGUE, 12th December 2002 CAD/FE INTEGRATION PLATFORM Michel ROCHON Plan The OPEN CASCADE Company The SALOME platform The SALOME production model Michel ROCHON Michel ROCHON 2nd FENET ANNUAL INDUSTRY MEETING 2nd FENET ANNUAL INDUSTRY MEETING Integration of Engineering Anallysis into the Business Process Integration of Engineering Ana ysis into the B

3. FENET_Wiesbaden_Nov2001_Industry_Reqs_Civil_Rogers.pdf

Industry Sector Civil Construction & Marine and Offshore RTD Thematic Area Date 13-Nov-01 Deliverable Nr FIRE, EXPLOSION, SEISMIC AND OTHER HAZARD LOADS Chris Rogers CREA Consultants Limited, Buxton, UK Summary This presentation looks at the effects of the uncertainty in the definition of loading on the analysis and design of structures subjected to hazard and extreme loading FENET THEMATIC NETWORK COMPETITIVE AND SUSTAINABLE GROWTH (GROWTH) PROGRAMME Introduction FE Analysis is increasi

4. FENET_Hamburg_Dec2003_Cornec_GKSS.pdf

3rd FENET Meeting, Hamburg, 4-5 Dec. 2003 1 Introduction of the Task internal pressure Section of the Fuselage Stringers Two-Bay Crack Frames Skin Demonstration of sufficient residual strength for a long fatigue crack Two-Bay Crack under discussion for regulation 3rd FENET Meeting, Hamburg, 4-5 Dec. 2003 2 General Aspects Key Motivation: "Structual Efficency" Reduction of weight: up to -20% (by integral structures) Increase of structural performance and reliability Contributing secti

5. FENET_Wiesbaden_Nov2001_Tech_Issues_MPA_McVee.pdf

Industry Sector Marine and Offshore RTD Thematic Area Multiphysics & Analysis Technology Date 13/11/01 Deliverable Nr N/A Multiphysics needs in the naval marine industry John D McVee & Dr A P Steer QinetiQ Rosyth, Centre for Marine Technology, Dunfermline, United Kingdom Summary An overview is given of possible multiphysics applications with reference to current QinetiQ research including that aimed at validated design and analysis capability for Trimaran warships. Examples are given of curr

6. FENET_Majorca_March2004_MPA_Case4.pdf

Adapting PHYSICA to your Problems Avril Slone & Mark Cross University of Greenwich FENET THEMATIC NETWORK COMPETITIVE AND SUSTAINABLE GROWTH (GROWTH) PROGRAMME Palma, Majorca 2004 University of Greenwich User User Module Flow Module Stress Module Heat Module Control Modules User can access User can access user, control and user, control and algorithmic levels. algorithmic levels. System Matrix General Equation Solution control Algorithms Matrix Solvers Interpolation Convection/Diffusio

8. FENET_Prague_Dec2002_Lardeur_Renault.pdf

1 Industry Sector RTD Thematic Area Date 12/12/02 Land Transport and AerospaceProduct & System Optimization MODELLING THE VIBRATIONAL BEHAVIOUR OF GALVANIZED ASSEMBLIES APPLICATION TO ENGINE CRADLES P. Lardeur (Renault/University of Compiegne), J. M. Duffal, J. Hettinger (Gist) RENAULT, Guyancourt, France C. Liénard, F. Jourda, L. Taupin, S. Joly (Medysys) Auto Chassis International (ACI), Le Mans, France Summary This study was performed in partnership between ACI (Auto Chassis Internati

9. FENET_Wiesbaden_Nov2001_Industry_Reqs_Civil_katz1.pdf

I ndustry S e ctor RT D The m a ti c Are a Da te Reinventing the wheel Dr. Casimir Katz SOFiSTiK AG, Oberschleissheim, Germany Summary What are the differences and benefits of the two cases: Either to have multiple FE-element codes or one giant universal tool capable to deal with everything. And how can we obtain the best mixture of both approaches. FENET THEMATIC NETWORK COMPETITIVE AND SUSTAINABLE GROWTH (GROWTH) PROGRAMME Why do we buy software ? · Software allows us to do our jobs

10. simulation_vs_reality_july2005_15morris2.pdf

Simulation vs Reality ­ Dearborn ­ July 2005 vs Reality Dearborn Simulation versus Reality Ford Research Laboratory, July 2005 Tim Morris ­ Chief Operating Officer, NAFEMS Tim Simulation vs Reality ­ Dearborn ­ July 2005 vs Reality Dearborn Why validate? For a Formula 1 engineer, speed is everything For everything "Even for a whole car aerodynamics model, we don't need to perform any validation ­ we just know that it works. That's good enough for us" Simulation vs Real

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