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Introduction to Simpleware, CEA Grenoble, June 10, 2015

Date: Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Time: 1:00 - 6:00 pm 

Location: Amphithéâtre Accueil du CEA Grenoble (Entrée 1 / Bâtiment A2 / Pièce 205) - Pôlygone Scientifique - 17, rue des Martyrs – GRENOBLE

What about an open source project on fluid network analysis?

Hey, everyone.

Is there anyone familiar with the Generalized Fluid System Simulation Program (GFSSP)? It is a powerful tool developed by NASA Marshall Space Flight Center. I am an engineer on gas turbine. I developed a similar but more simplified, and light-weighted tool, by C programming language.

I really want to devote myself to this project, which aims to create a GFSSP-like open source software. Also will be a software similar to the commercial software -FLOWMASTER.

Is here any suggestions or recommendations?

 

zhenrong_w

 

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PhD position available in Computational Mechanics of Materials @ Arts et Métiers-ParisTech

A PhD scholarship is available at Paris Institute of Technology (ParisTech) to work on the computational mechanics of crystalline polymers.

See the file attached for description.

This project is conducted in collaboration with the Centre for Molecular and Macromolecular Studies / Polish Academy of Sciences in Lodz, Poland.

Multiphysics Simulation Engineer


Veryst Engineering has an opening for a Multiphysics Simulation Engineer to work on problems involving fluid flow, structural mechanics, heat transfer and/or acoustics. Responsibilities include engineering analysis and design. Ph.D. or Masters Degree in mechanical engineering, biomedical engineering, aeronautical engineering, or physics with some industrial experience preferred. Strong academic record and references necessary. Experience with COMSOL Multiphysics, ANSYS, and/or Abaqus is desirable.

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UPDATED: Nanobrücken 2014 Nanomechanical Testing Workshop

Dear Colleague: You are cordially invited to participate in the Nanobrücken 2014 Nanomechanical Testing Workshop, which will take place March 26-28, 2014 at INM - Leibniz Institute for New Materials in Saarbrücken, Germany. This will be the 4th edition of the annual Nanobrücken workshop series. This year's Keynote Speaker will be Andrew Minor (University of California, Berkeley).

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Nanobrücken 2014 Nanomechanical Testing Workshop

The Nanobrücken 2014
Nanomechanical Testing Workshop
will take place March 26-28, 2014 at INM -
Leibniz Institute for New Materials in Saarbrücken, Germany. This will be the
4th edition of the now-annual Nanobrücken workshop series. This year's 
Keynote Speaker will be Andrew Minor (University of California, Berkeley).

Engineering and Scientific Simulation Consultant


We are looking for a full time Engineer to assist with
simulation and analysis of nonlinear problems, sometimes with multiphysics
content. Responsibilities include engineering analysis and design. Ph.D. or
Masters Degree in mechanical engineering, chemical engineering, aeronautical
engineering, or physics with some industrial experience preferred. Strong
academic record and references necessary. Experience with finite element method
necessary, and experience with Abaqus or COMSOL desirable. Will collaborate
with other engineers on a range of engineering projects that require strong

Cutting process simulation in Abaqus

Hello ,

 I am working on a project using abaqus to
simulate miling process. As the first stage, I have to be able to simulate cutting process in Abaqus. I have looked up Abacus 6.11 documentaion a lot but did not find too much of usefull information. Could any one kindly give some hints how to develop such model or introduce me some usefull complete resources?

Regards,

Reza

Two postdoctoral positions available at NIST

The Biosystems and Biomaterials Group at NIST has two postdoctoral positions available for recent PhD graduate to work on (1) simulation of photon transport (light migration) in polymeric composites (2) modeling of cell-material adhesive interactions. These interdisciplinary research programs require the prospective applicants to have a strong background in computational methods (finite element or MD).

Building and Environment: Virtual Special Issue on CFD simulation of micro-scale pollutant dispersion in the built environment

The full articles selected for this Virtual Special Issue are freely available until 28 May 2013, from the Journal Homepage

Research highlights:
• Outdoor air quality is one of the major environmental problems today
• Micro-scale pollutant dispersion covers the building scale and the meteorological micro-scale
• Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is increasingly used for micro-scale dispersion studies

NNIN/C Computational Cluster at U-M open to researchers

The National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network’s computational project (NNIN/C) is a multi-university initiative, funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) as part of NNIN, to establish a user accessible national computing resource for nanotechnology. This network is open to the academic and industrial research community and provides hardware resources and simulation tools dedicated to nanoscience
research.

Simulation of fracture toughness test

Choose a channel featured in the header of iMechanica: 

Hi, I am new to ABAQUS. I want to simulate the fracture toughness test to predict the behaviour of materials(brittle/ductile). Please help me how can I proceed?

If possible give me some guidelines and if you have any documents regarding this topic kindly send it to: sufian.ulsan@gmail.com

Thanks in advance for your valuable suggession.

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Simulation of Hail Impact Using the Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamic Method in Abaqus/Explicit

Ice or hail impact is an important design consideration in the aviation, energy, and astronautics industries.  Physical testing of impact scenarios can be expensive and impractical.  Numerical simulations provide cost effective and convenient tools for including hail impact scenarios in the design process.

Webinar: System Level Analysis & Simulation for MEMS

The NNIN/C at the University of Michigan will be hosting a presentation on ”System Level Analysis & Simulation for MEMS”, which will be broadcast live as a web based seminar. 

 The Webinar will be webcast live from 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EDT on 31st October, 2012. 

Hands-On Microfluidics Simulation Workshop.

The NNIN/C at the University of Michigan will be hosting a free Workshop
entitled ” Comsol Hands-on Workshop on Microfluidic Devices “.

In this Workshop, we will focus on COMSOL’s Microfluidics Module
which encompasses easy-to-use tools for the study of microfluidic
devices. Important applications include simulations of lab-on-a-chip
devices, digital microfluidics, electrokinetic and magnetokinetic
devices, inkjets, and micro-pumps.

Webinar: Anisotropic Etch Simulator for MEMS

The NNIN at the University of Michigan will be hosting a presentation on
” Anisotropic Etch Simulator for MEMS”, which will be broadcast live as
a web based seminar.

The Webinar will be webcast live from 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT on 29th August, 2012.

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Oil & Gas Webinar - Save Time and Money While Pushing Reservoir Data Handling to New Frontiers

Tuesday 11th September

Register Now

Kraken is a powerful cost and time-saving reservoir simulation post-processor, originally developed for a key Brazilian client by ESSS, South America's leading engineering simulation solutions company.

It features a modern user interface tailored to the visualization and manipulation of multiple scenarios and data sets from all leading reservoir simulators, within any user workflow.

Join us for a free 1-hour Kraken web event on Tuesday 11th September, presented by Marcos Damiani (ESSS) including a Live Demo of Kraken.

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