The Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS) will be presenting at NAFEMS World Congress (NWC) 2017, to be held in Stockholm, Sweden.
Taking place between 11th - 14th June 2017, NWC incorporates the third international conference on Simulation Process and Data Management (SPDM). In addition, the event will also host a dedicated symposium on Manufacturing Process Simulation & Additive Manufacturing, covering all virtual manufacturing tools within the product design and manufacturing cycle.
The conference is targeted towards professionals involved in engineering analysis, simulation, modelling and systems engineering. As manufacturing techniques and product lifecycle management processes develop and grow, the use of Finite Element Analysis (FEA), Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Multibody Simulation (MBS) and associated technologies is increasing exponentially. With modelling and simulation moving into mainstream product development, the event will provide an opportunity for organisations to keep pace with technology development, collaboration and sharing of experience and knowledge.
Entitled ‘A New Hybrid High Order Discontinuous Galerkin – Finite Volume method applied to industrial applications’, Andrei Cimpoeru, CFD Engineer, CFMS, will present a detailed comparison of a new hybrid method on modern canonical and industrial benchmarks from the Innovate UK and ATI project Hyperflux++. The project aim is to highlight the use of the latest advances in the hybrid high-order method, exploiting the power and energy efficiency of conventional and modern many-core processors including graphical processing units (GPUs).
Incorporating keynote speakers from organisations including Boeing Commercial Airplanes, Porsche AG, Volvo Car Group, Imperial College London, NCC, ASML, Tetra Pak, Engineering Software Research & Development Inc and Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin.
Entrance to the 2017 to NAFEMS World Congress Conference & Exhibition is open to Members and Non-Members. The agenda and registration details can be accessed here.