Simulation Conference 2021 digital in September:
Thursday, Sept. 02, 2021, 02.00 p.m. – 05.00 p.m., online & free of charge
(Conference language is German)
- Your Technology Update
- CADFEM Best Practice Simulation
- User Reports from our Customers
Mechanical Process Engineering - Mixing, Pouring, and Grinding
Maximizing added value using the minimum of resources is the new creed. In a sustainable economy, companies have to subject the entire lifecycle of their products to close scrutiny. The question is no longer whether virtual product development and process optimization are necessary – it is much more a question of when it is necessary.
During the course of this event, you will be shown ways in which the fundamental procedures of process engineering can be analyzed, understood, and optimized with the assistance of particle simulation (DEM) and computational fluid dynamics (CFD).
Who is it for?
This event is aimed at all engineers, skilled professionals, and managers based in companies, research institutes, and universities. The lectures will focus on how simulation, and, in particular, the discrete element method and CFD can be utilized in the systematic improvement of products and process-engineering-related processes and on how simulation can be used to make these products and processes more sustainable.
Those with experience in this field will learn about the current state of the art and new trends. Those new to the field will be able to gain a valuable overview.
What awaits you
We are currently putting together the conference program. Following a keynote speech by a renowned expert from the realm of mechanical process engineering or DEM-based simulation, you can expect specialized lectures on specially-selected topics from the spheres of industry and research. CADFEM customers will demonstrate ways in which they employ simulation in their development processes and what this enables them to achieve. The lectures will be rounded off with an overview of the current and future development of the Rocky DEM product line.
As soon as the conference program is finalized, you will find it here.