A lot of focus is targeted on improving simulation models, both in terms of accuracy and computational cost. But actually a large part of a simulation specialists time is spend on the workflow surrounding the simulations. This seminar will focus on the surrounding workflow.
Automation and integration of workflows has been an important development area for some of the worlds leading production companies. In this seminar we get insides on how they are working with improving the workflow and integrating simulations as a part of their organizations.
Automated workflows lead to new possibilities in terms of multidisciplinary and holistic design. We will hear from some of the leading experts within the field and be inspired to improve not only the simulation workflows, but also the final designs.
Kristian Ingvorsen, GEA, Denmark
10.10 From CFD to Virtual Process Testing
Mads Lund Steffensen, GEA, Denmark
10.40 Coffee break
11.10 CFD Simulation Workflows at Volvo Car Corporation
Torbjörn Virdung, Volvo Car corporation, Sweden
11.40 Multidisciplinary Optimization of check Valve
Carsten Molhede Thomsen, Danfoss, Denmark
12.10 DANSIS graduate Award 2021 ceremony and presentation
12.30 Lunch & Facility tour
13.30 Integrated CAD in simulation based product design
Stig Staghøj Knudsen, Staghoj, Denmark
14.00 Holistic design - Examples and potentials
Stefan Harries, Friendship Systems, Germany
14.30 Coffee break
15.00 Simulation Driven Development at Grundfos
Nicholas Engen Pedersen, Grundfos, Denmark
15.30 Closing Remarks
Knud Erik Meyer, DANSIS chairman
DANSIS members can participate in the seminar free of charge. The same goes for students if they sign up with their student email. Non-members are also invited to participate at a fee of 400 DKK.
Please register for the seminar no later than Wednesday 29th of September.
There is limited space for parking, we therefore urge participants to drive together or go by bike/public transport. There is a parking area in front of the main reception, and also some GEA spots at the Dyrup parking lot. See map for details.