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1. Meeting Deep Water Subsea Challenges with Simulation and Design Exploration

Meeting Deep Water Subsea Challenges with Simulation and Design ExplorationCurrent market downturn in the oil and gas industry require innovative solutions to cut project costs while designing products for deeper and colder waters. If you'd like to learn how CFD simulation can help you meet these challenges, then this is an event you need to attend! Traditional design processes that rely on physical testing is not only expensive, it's also limited in the number of design variants that can be ev

2. A Guide to NAFEMS Documents

A Guide to NAFEMS Documents This Roadmap describes all major NAFEMS publications issued between the start of the organization in 1985 and the end of 2009. Some 158 documents are included. In the early days of the organization, emphasis was on producing well-defined benchmark tests and some basic Primers suitable for the practising engineer rather than the finite element theoretician. More latterly, the emphasis shifted to producing the “How To” and “Why Do”

3. Subsea: Improving Safety and Mitigating Risk through Simulation

Subsea: Improving Safety and Mitigating Risk through SimulationCompanies are using simulation to understand and reduce equipment failures while simultaneously improving product longevity to reduce operating costs. Flow assurance and subsea system engineering are an integral part of deepwater oil and gas exploration and production. Harsh environments combined with high pressure, high temperature (HPHT) wells present significant engineering challenges. Prominent engineering companies address the

4. FENET_Deliverables_Status_M1-M24.pdf

OJECTIVES, DELIVERABLE & MILESTONES STATUS REPORT Editor: Jacek T. Gierlinski Date: 10 September 2003 FENET THEMATIC NETWORK COMPETITIVE AND SUSTAINABLE GROWTH (GROWTH) PROGRAMME 1 Executive Summary This document summarises the status of the FENET project as required by the midterm assessment at month 24. FENET THEMATIC NETWORK COMPETITIVE AND SUSTAINABLE GROWTH (GROWTH) PROGRAMME 2 Objectives and Expected Achievements The broad objectives of FENET can be summarised as follows: To impro

5. ANSYS Conference & 29. CADFEM Users`Meeting 2011

ANSYS Conference & 29. CADFEM Users`Meeting 2011 ANSYS Conference & 29th CADFEM Users’ Meeting 2011 October 19 - 21, 2011, ICS International Congress Center Stuttgart, GermanyEnvironmental protection and economic aspects make electric mobility one of the great challenges of the coming years. Step-by-step it will replace traditional forms of mobility in everyday life. Therefore, a number of projects have been defined in so-called ‘model regions’ in order to better unders

6. Smarter Testing Through Dynamic Simulation - Boeing Seat System Certification by Analysis Initiative

BM_Apr_17_4Although there are many considerations in the development and operation of commercial aircraft, passenger safety is by far the most important. Boeing is working with suppliers to ensure that the seat systems on its aircraft are designed to meet regulatory requirements through a rigorous building block approach. This approach ensures that analysis and tests are verified and validated from the component to the assembly level. Anthropomorphic test devices are also used to ensure that the

7. Survey on Fracture, Structural Integrity and Fatigue

Survey on Fracture, Structural Integrity & Fatigue LaunchedThe ILTOF project has launched an online survey to determine the educational needs of industry in the areas of Fracture, Structural Integrity, and Fatigue. ILTOF - Innovative Learning and Training On Fracture – is a Leonardo da Vinci European Union co-funded Pilot Project, part of the European Vocational Training Action Programme. Leonardo da Vinci Pilot Projects are aimed at designing, testing, evaluating and disseminating inn

8. ryan_-_ncms_-_the_ncms_high_performance_simulation_for_product_design_program_presentation.pdf

The NCMS High Performance Simulation for Product Design Program Dr. Chuck Ryan Vice President, Technology National Center for Manufacturing Sciences Flow of Briefing • Motivation for use of high performance simulation • National Center for Manufacturing Sciences • Lightweight Automotive Materials Program • High Performance Computing Centers 2 NAFEMS 2020 Vision of Engineering Analysis and Simulation Motivation • Reduce the time and cost for the design and introd

9. Michel Klein

Michel Klein Head of Thermal & Structures DivisionESA-Estec Since March 2000, Head of the Thermal & Structures Division at ESA-Estec, responsible for project support, R&D plans and activities definition, infrastructure definition and maintenance management (Mechanical System Laboratory, Structures computing facility, Thermal & ECSL computing facility, technical IT services). December '94, Head of Structural Design section at ESA-Estec November '83, joined Estec

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