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Metals and Alloys Webinar on Modelling: State of the Art in Casting and Forging Simulation

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Thursday 14th June - 12:30pm (BST)

Register now http://bit.ly/1406webinar

Once only accessible at the high-end of manufacturing, modelling and simulation is now widely embraced by the industry as a result of increased processor speeds, the accessibility and usability of software and the reliability and robustness of the models and codes which underpin it.

Modelling has the capability to allow insights into materials at a range of length scales and under a range of conditions which aren’t always feasible or accessible through experimental routes, reducing the need for time consuming or expensive experimental trials and improving the certainty of predicted performance.

-Topics

The webinar will be delivered by Nicola Gramegna of EnginSoft and will cover the following topics:

• State of the art and advanced application of forging modelling (Federico Fracasso)

• State of the art and advanced application of casting modelling: the product-process design chain approach (Giampietro Scarpa)

• The NADIA EU research project: from proposal to winning project (Nicola Gramegna)

EnginSoft are a leading company in advanced modelling of materials and have a wide range of expertise working at the forefront of computational simulation for the metals and alloys sector, including participating in and leading a number of EU collaborative projects.

-Who should attend?

This webinar will be of interest to any engineers or researchers in the metals and alloys industry wishing to improve their awareness of the latest technical advances in modelling for casting and forging, or strategists wishing to learn about how to build a successful collaboration in advanced modelling of materials.

Register Now > http://bit.ly/1406webinar

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