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SmartUQ, the uncertainty quantification software company, will demonstrate its fast uncertainty quantification capability on April 15th at 16:00 (Theatre 1) and in booth #CR 3 at The Engineering Simulation Show 2015, April 15th-16th in Derby, UK. SmartUQ is a unique software platform that enables engineers to quickly and accurately quantify various uncertainties in developing, simulating and testing their products. Powered by our proprietary technologies for uncertainty quantification at lightning speed, SmartUQ can greatly reduce simulation time and costs, helping companies innovate faster and with more confidence. Engineers face many sources of uncertainty in product design and development. Uncertainties can stem from boundary and initial conditions,Read More →

On-site virtual reality infrastructure adds to MTC’s growth   ESI, a pioneer and world leader in Virtual Prototyping, has become the latest company to join the fast-growing Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) in Coventry. ESI, with its UK base in Cannock, Staffordshire, has been providing its virtual reality software to the MTC for some time, and has now formally joined as a Tier Two member. ESI virtual reality experts are working hand in hand with MTC engineers and technicians from other member companies to further develop ESI’s world-leading simulation software for manufacturing companies of all sizes. ESI, a French company with bases all over the world,Read More →

Trieste (Italy),  25th February 2015 – ESTECO announces that Ford Motor Company has adopted SOMO, the enterprise collaboration and distributed execution framework developed by ESTECO, as a key tool to enable an Enterprise Multidisciplinary Design Optimization (EMDO) System. The implementation was presented today by Dr. Yan Fu, Technical Leader of Business Strategy and Engineering Optimization at Ford, at the Product Innovation Congress in Dusseldorf.   The automotive industry today – explains Yan Fu, Technical Leader of Business Strategy and Engineering Optimization at Ford – is challenged by numerous complex and often conflicting requirements. To satisfy these stringent requirements, we are increasingly relying on the useRead More →

Loughborough, UK – HPC Midlands, the East Midlands’ Regional Centre for Excellence in High Performance Computing, will be exhibiting and speaking at the 2015 Engineering Simulation Show on April 15th and 16th. Over two years of providing advanced engineering and manufacturing industry clients with pay-asyou- go access to an elite facility HPC Midlands has established itself as the sector’s low-cost, lowrisk opportunity to expand product development and market potential with advanced technology. “HPC Midlands was designed to allow companies to massively scale up their simulations allowing them to model commercially relevant systems and thus increase the pace of innovation,” said HPC Midlands Director, Professor StevenRead More →

March 31st, 2015 – KARALIT, the computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software company, will demonstrate its disruptively simple 3D software on April 15th at 15:15 (Theatre 2) and in booth #IR11 at The Engineering Simulation Show 2015, April 15-16 in Derby, UK. KARALIT has pioneered a breakthrough called Direct CFD, where CAD models go directly to CFD without time-consuming meshing or tedious manual set-up. The simple process streamlines CAD-to-CFD for experts and non-specialists alike. The KARALIT revolution is based on four innovations:   A unique implementation of immersed boundary (IB) technology that enables geometry to be immersed into Cartesian grids, eliminating meshing, maintaining the integrity ofRead More →

CAMBRIDGE, UK (2nd April, 2015) COMSOL, the leading provider of multiphysics simulation and analysis software, today announces exhibitor participation at The Engineering Simulation Show 2015.   COMSOL Ltd., invites engineers and researchers to stop by its booth (IR12) to experience the new and revolutionary Application Builder in action. Introduced with the release of COMSOL Multiphysics® version 5, the Application Builder brings multiphysics simulation to a wider audience by allowing simulation experts to build applications that can be used by research and design departments, manufacturing departments, and others who need not be concerned with the complex physics within a simulation model. With the Application Builder andRead More →

The Engineering Simulation Show 2015, 15th / 16th April at the Derby Roundhouse, is pleased to announce Vikram Singh Mangat, Airbus Operations will present on the role of CFD at Airbus Fuel Systems. The presentation is scheduled for day 2 (16th April) at 11:30am in Lecture Hall 1. ​Abstract: Simulation plays a key role in aircraft development and in in-service support. Fuel systems at Airbus employ a variety of simulation tools with varying levels of fidelity. The key drivers for Fuel systems design are safety, reliability and performance in that order. With the use of aircraft experience, engineering judgment, accident investigations and in-service incidents these threeRead More →

The Engineering Simulation Show 2015, 15th / 16th April at the Derby Roundhouse, is pleased to announce Mike Dempsey, Managing Director, Claytex will present on multi-domain vehicle dynamics models for Driver-In-The-Loop simulation. The presentation is scheduled for day 2 (16th April) at 12:15 pm in Lecture Hall 2. About Claytex Claytex is an engineering consultancy and provider of sys­tems engineering tools. We focus on the use of Dymola and Modelica for physical modelling and FMI for model distribution. We are a specialist partner for ‘Dassault Systèmes’ systems engineering tools which include Dymola, Reqtify, ControlBuild, AUTOSAR Builder and CATIA Systems. Clay­tex supplies and supports these tools inRead More →

The Engineering Simulation Show is pleased to announce the Virtual Engineering Centre, Bentley and OPTIS will present on the STRIVE Project – Simulation Tools for Rapid Innovation in Vehicle Engineering:  A Digital Supply Chain Case Study DAY 2 Lecture Theatre 1 – 10:45: Presenters Dr Gillian Murray – Director, Virtual Engineering Centre | Mr Mark Harding, Manufacturing Projects, Bentley Motors | Mr Chris Grieve, Director and Regional Manager, OPTIS Mark Harding MSc. Manufacturing Project Leader for Continental and Continental Flying Spur, Bentley Motors. Mark has worked at Bentley for many years, holding a number of key positions including: He has responsibility for the Manufacturability of theRead More →