Simulation Conference digital in June:
Thursday, June 17, 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
Products in Motion - Grasping Dynamics, and System Optimization
Products that are becoming increasingly complex require holistic evaluation of their properties, whether it be in terms of acoustics, service life, or performance. This type of evaluation can only be performed via a continuous development process that combines different disciplines such as control electronics, electric machines, or transmissions.
During the course of this event, you will be shown ways in which Ansys simulation technology makes a significant contribution when it comes to fulfilling demanding specifications in the realm of design engineering.
Who is it for?
This event is aimed at anyone involved in the development of moving mechanisms and who wants to gain a better understanding of the dynamics of such mechanisms; this could be design engineers who are seeking to optimize their kinematics; acoustical engineers seeking to better understand noise behavior; computation engineers needing to determine realistic excitation levels in connection with issues of structural durability, or automation engineers needing to design a better closed-loop system – all of whom will obtain an insight into what simulation has to offer.
What awaits you
We are currently putting together the conference program. Following a keynote speech by an expert from the realm of multibody simulation, you can look forward to a presentation on best practice in simulation which will contain valuable technical tips and CADFEM’s own specially-selected examples of ways in which simulation can be applied. This will be followed by presentations from the realms of industry and research, with CADFEM customers demonstrating ways in which they use Ansys simulation and what this enables them to achieve.
The lectures are held in the language of the lecture title.
|2.00||Welcome & Introduction|
|2.10||Dynamik-Simulation in der Fahrzeugentwicklung|
Klaus Dreßler (Fraunhofer ITWM)
|3.05||Statik war gestern - Implizite Strukturdynamik in der Welt von Ansys|
Uli Stelzmann (CADFEM)
|3.45||A (time)step into the world of Explicit analysis|
Alex Pett (Ansys)
|4.15||Multi-body dynamics as a role of system engineering|
Daesung Bae (VirtualMotion)
|4.45||Conclusion & Outlook|