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1. London Course: Introduction to FEA Principles – Special Discounted Rate: £250

London Course: Introduction to FEA PrinciplesSpecial Discounted Rate: £250This independent, software-neutral course will provide you with a solid foundation in the basic theory and application of the finite element method to structural mechanics – helping you to analyse your own and 3rd party simulations effectively and accurately. Book before 31st March 2016 for special discounted rate: £250 Start Date/Time 16 June 09:00 End Date/Time 16 June 17:00 Who Should Attend? This c

2. Projects

Projects Various projects have been initiated and/or sponsored by NAFEMS. GEM - GEM (G eneric E ngineering Analysis M odel) is a completed European Community funded ESPRIT project managed by NAFEMS. The aim was to enable engineering analysis methods such as finite element analysis of solids or fluids to be used more effectively within the design and analysis process. The methodology behind GEM was to integrate software applications in the context of engineering analysis in an open, IS

3. The aDRIVE Simulation Framework: Automated Driving Refined in Virtual Environments

S_Nov_18_Americas_36To view the presentation recording click this link. The password required to view the recording is available via the members download button.This presentation recording was made at NAFEMS Americas Seminar "Engineering Analysis & Simulation in the Automotive Industry: Creating the Next Generation Vehicle Accurate Modelling for Tomorrow's Technologies".The automotive engineering community is now confronting the largest technology transformation since its inception. Th

4. FENET_Prague_Dec2002_Workshop_EC_Proposals.pdf

2nd FENET Annual Industry Meeting & AGM: ,,Integration of Engineering Analysis into the Business Process" Workshop Agenda: ,,Proposals for the EC Framework VI Programme" Wednesday 11th December 2002 14:30 Welcome & Introductions Chair Overview of Framework VI Nigel Knowles · Objectives · Ground rules · New instruments - Possible outlines for IP and NoE in a FE-Net context · Work programmes Tour de Table All · Individual aims and objectives · Topic areas · Potential projects

5. Coventry Course: Introduction to FEA Principles – Special Discounted Rate: £250

Coventry Course: Introduction to FEA PrinciplesSpecial Discounted Rate: £250This independent, software-neutral course will provide you with a solid foundation in the basic theory and application of the finite element method to structural mechanics – helping you to analyse your own and 3rd party simulations effectively and accurately. Book before 31st March 2016 for special discounted rate: £250 Start Date/Time 05 May 09:00 End Date/Time 05 May 17:00 Who Should Attend? This c

6. Registration Form

Materials Modeling FE Simulations of the Bevavior of Modern Industrial Materials Including their Failure Registration Form Name Email Telephone Company Address   I would like to register my attendance / exhibition not a NAFEMS member -> 450,- Euro NAFEMS member -> free I would like to register for the exhibition -> 350,- Euro + attendee fee for each attendee I would like to register for the DNV tour. I will pay for bus transport approx. 100 - 120 NOK    &

7. Registration Form Simulating Composite Materials and Structures

Simulating Composite Materials and Structures Registration Form Name Email Telephone Company Address   I would like to register my attendance / exhibition not a NAFEMS member -> 450,- Euro NAFEMS member -> free I would like to register for the exhibition -> 350,- Euro + attendee fee for each attendee   We are interested in sponsoring - please contact us Please send me the invitation & agenda   Please Contact Me - I am Interested in the following a

8. How to add CFD into a fluid mechanics course

How to add CFD into a fluid mechanics courseFaculty often want to add computational fluid dynamics (CFD) into their fluid mechanics courses, but don’t know how to make it fit into their already crowded syllabus. In addition, CFD class projects are sometimes limited due to learning curve challenges that involve the creation of geometries and meshing. Are there better ways to teach CFD techniques, especially to undergraduates? Penn State professor John M. Cimbala, co-author of Fluid Mechanic

9. Finite Element Methods and Practical Stress Analysis

Finite Element Methods and Practical Stress Analysis Overall, this programme was designed to enhance the functional knowledge of new FEM users in the aspects of practical stress analysis. The salient aspects of this workshop were – The tutorials were handled by very experienced industry exposed users of FEM. This course offered vital guidance to judge which approximations are acceptable for solving the practical problems. The methods of verifying and valid

10. ESI's Visual-CFD

ESI's Visual-CFDESI's Visual-CFD: A Smarter Way of Working with OpenFOAM® ESI Group is pleased to announce the latest release of Visual-CFD included within Visual-Environment 11.5, an intelligent interface for CFD applications using OpenFOAM. Agenda: OpenFOAM Usage for Industrial ProblemsAccelerate learning OpenFOAM and improve ROIExperience ESI's Visual Platform capabilities coupled with OpenFOAMVisual-CFD: Complex physics like Conjugate Heat Transfer (CHT) handled in the simplest way po

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