Category: Simulation

06 Sep 2017
SIMULIA RUM

SIMULIA Regional User Meetings Coming to a City Near You

Plan on attending one of the SIMULIA Regional User Meetings coming up soon in the Great Lakes, South, Central and Western areas of the states.

 

SIMULIA RUMMultibody Simulation User Group Meeting

September 27

Jim Alanoly from Ford will be the keynote speaker at this event and will present “Model Based Systems Engineering for Vehicle Structure Development.”

There will also be partner papers from Honda Motor Company, Ford Motor Company, Concurrent Real Time Systems, Cosin Scientific Software and Rfactor Pro. R&D experts will provide a Simpack development update, provide insight into acoustic analysis with Simpack and Wave6 and present simulation workflows for planetary gear systems and full electric vehicle modeling using Simpack, Dymola and Abaqus.

View the preliminary agenda and then register.

 

fe-safe User Group Meeting

September 27

Professor Timothy Topper from The University of Waterloo will be the keynote speaker at the fe-safe UGM 2017.

There will be user and partner papers from ATA Engineering, Caelynx, Caterpillar, FEA Services and Vextec. R&D and Application experts will be on hand to present topics such as fatigue and additive manufacturing, stochastic fatigue and the integration of fe-safe with Simpack for multibody dynamics. Don’t forget the free workshops on ‘Getting Started with fe-safe’ and ‘Vibration Fatigue.’ The Vibration Fatigue workshop is almost full.

Register now.

 

Great Lakes Regional User Meeting

September 28

Taking place at The Inn at St. John’s in Plymouth, MI. The keynote speaker will be Bjorn van Uem of Jaguar Land Rover who will speak on Centralized CAE Methods Development and Virtual Prototyping at Jaguar Land Rover. The event will be taking place at The Inn at St. John’s in Plymouth, MI.

You can jump start your productivity by attending the Advanced Technical Seminar on Wednesday, Sept. 27 with the Abaqus Scripting Quick-Start by Paul Lam of Dassault Systèmes SIMULIA.

View the preliminary agenda and then register.

 

South Regional User Meeting

October 16-17

The South RUM will be held at the Wyndham Houston West Energy Corridor to learn about new capabilities from Abaqus, CST, fe-safe, Isight, Simpack, Tosca, Wave6 and XFlow. Presenters include SIMULIA management, customer presentations and a demonstration by SIMULIA application engineers of new simulation workflows.

Other meeting highlights include:

  • Dr. Jim Kaculi, P.E., Vice President of Engineering at Dril-Quip, Inc. is this year’s keynote speaker. He will present ‘Verification Analysis and Validation Testing of Oil and Gas Equipment: Standards evolution and Consideration of Structural (Normal, Extreme, Survival) and Fatigue Performance.’
  • Advanced technology seminars on Monday, October 16th
  • Post RUM networking reception.

View the agenda and floor plan and then register.

 

West Regional User Meeting

November 14-15

Join other professionals in Santa Clara, California to learn about new Abaqus and Isight capabilities, meet and hear from SIMULIA management, see customer presentations, and watch SIMULIA application engineers demonstrate new simulation workflows.

Register now.

 

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20 Jun 2017

Tire & Science Workshop & Conference September 11-13

Join Adaptive for our pre-conference workshop on September 11th.

We’ll see you at the 36th Annual Meeting and Conference on Tire Science and Technology. We are honored to be a sponsor this year.

Speakers for this event include Dr. Juan Botero from Continental who will give the keynote address on “The Future of Mobility: How Customer Requirements will Shape Tire Technology.” The plenary speaker will be Dr. Ron Kennedy of ConTire speaking on “Tire finite element  modeling – how we got where we are and where are we headed.” The banquet speaker will be Jon Moloney of Team Penske speaking about “Racing Toward Perfection (R2P) 50+ Years of Winning at Team Penske.”

Additionally, you’ll enjoy technical sessions on:

  • Tire performance
  • Tire Vehicle System
  • New Light on Tire Technology
  • Material Technology
  • Simulations
  • Experimental Technologies

You can register for the conference here.

 

05 May 2017

Look At What We Are Giving Away at Science in the Age of Experience!

Are you planning to attend Science of the Age of Experience in Chicago May 16th-18th?

If so, make sure to stop by our booth #203 and enter the Passport Game for attendees with special prizes.  Here is what we are giving away:

A Wilson Triton Driver!

This driver goes for $449 retail.  The winner of this driver will have the option to have the club sized for your convenience so it fits just right!  For more technical details, visit the Wilson site.

How the Exhibit Hall Passport game will work

  • Attendees will be given a passport card at registration with spaces for stamps to be collected during the conference.
  • Attendees must visit and collect a stamp from:
    • at least 15 exhibitors
    • by attending 1 partner software demonstration
    • Voting for the best academic poster
  • Attendees must have their badge scanned or give a business card to the exhibitor to receive a stamp.
  • Once the attendee has completed their passport with the required stamps they will be entered into a draw to win one of 7 prizes (value from $100 – $600)
  • The attendee will have from Tuesday May 16 at noon when the exhibit hall opens until Thursday May 18 noon to complete their passport.
  • Winners will be drawn during the closing remarks on Thursday afternoon
  • The game will be promoted to attendees prior and during the conference.
  • All exhibitors will be provided with unique stamps to stamp attendee passports.

Make sure to stop by our booth #203, get your stamp, and check out our other cool giveaway items!

Don’t Forget the Additive Manufacturing Symposium 

Adaptive will also be participating in the Additive Manufacturing Symposium on Monday May 15th.  We are donating our MarkForged 3D Printer to support the student/participant Hackathon!  Mike Koepp from Adaptive will be there to support the program and answer any questions about how to use the printer for the assigned projects.

Learn more about both events and register here!

20 Mar 2017

First Annual Adaptive Customer Conference, May 22-23, Lake Geneva, WI

Join us for our First Annual Customer Event!

The Digital to Physical Product Lifecycle Conference

Join Adaptive at its first Annual Customer Conference where you’ll learn about the latest advancements and business applications for product lifecycle management, additive manufacturing, and metrology. Participate in detailed product sessions on everything from our digital to physical product portfolio including 3DEXPERIENCE, ENOVIA, CATIA, SIMULIA, Markforged 3D printers, and Creaform 3D Laser Scanning Systems.

Attendees will:

Learn about how PLM is being used by other organizations
Discover how Additive Manufacturing can accelerate production
Meet first article inspection compliance for PPAP and AS9102

Agenda Highlights:

  • CIMdata “State of PLM” Keynote with Stan Przybylinski

  • Adaptive “Digital to Physical” Overview Powered by 3DEXPERIENCE

  • Customer Success Stories

  • Designing for Multiple Product Variants and Market Needs

  • Managing Simulation Data and Processes for Design Validation

  • Design Optimization for Additive Manufacturing

  • Closed Loop Quality Management and Metrology

06 Oct 2016

Learn How Trek Bicycles Used SIMULIA to Take Its Bikes to the Next Level

trek-bike-thumbIn its ongoing race to advance bike performance, Trek wanted to expand the use of realistic simulation in their design cycle across multiple bike programs.  In particular, Trek engineers wanted to better understand how bikes performed under the real-world rides of its professional racers.

Simulation provided new insights into the loading environment during extreme- use cases that will help Trek take its bikes to that next level without over designing. The result was that the larger
Trek engineering group can now tap into these capabilities and leverage field data to improve lab testing processes and enhance product performance across the enterprise.

“Up until then, I didn’t think handheld had the accuracy, the resolution, the quality, that the tripod-mounted scanners have… But now I know that isn’t the case.” — Jay Maas, Analysis Engineer, Trek Bicycles

 

Read in detail about Trek’s experiences in the case study available here.