We are pleased to announce the first draft of the agenda for the conference ...
Low-Voltage Circuit Breaker Arc Interruption – A Multiphysics Modeling Challenge
Christian Ruempler, Eaton
Abstract to be provided.
Fluid, Solid and Radiation Modelling in Multiphysics Systems
Christopher Pain, Imperial College London
Abstract to be provided.
Smart Manufacturing: CAE as a Service, On Demand, in the Cloud
Wolfgang Gentzsch, Uber Cloud
The benefits for small and medium size businesses (SMBs) of using High Performance Technical Computing (HPTC) within their design and development processes can be huge. However, the vast majority of SMBs perform virtual prototyping or large-scale data modeling still on their desktop computers. But because of the well-known limitations of these systems, many companies can't solve more sophisticated application problem, in shorter time.Therefore, most of these companies have a real need for additional HPTC.
In this presentation we will discuss two options for SMEs for acquiring additional HPTC power: buying an HPTC server or using cloud computing. Both options come with great benefits, but also with some challenges. We will present an overview of the status and trend of HPTC in the Cloud for digital manufacturing SMBs. And we will look at the reasons why we believe the acceptance of HPTC in the Cloud will strongly increase in the nearfuture, especially for digital manufacturing. Finally, we will provide an outlookon how the UberCloud Experiments can accelerate the process of go-to-market anduser acceptance of this new computing paradigm, and close with a few real-lifehands-on case studies of CAE in the Cloud.
We have received a phenomenal response to our call for presentation and would like to take this opportunity to thank all those who submitted an abstract. Some of the abstracts accepted for presentation at the conference are detailed below.
Simulation of a Folded Dielectric Elastomer Actuator
Elena Antonova, ANSYS, Inc.
Fast, Exact Fully Coupled ODE Systems in Time Integration Schemes
Jaume Betran, Alstom Wind
Simulation of the Material Behaviour of Sheets During the Deep Drawing of Vehicles Bodies
Ouzine Boussaid, University of Annaba
Multiphysics Comes Alive: Capturing the Behavior of a Living Human Heart
Karl D'Souza, SIMULIA
Design of Experiments (DOE) Study of the Induction Hardening Process
James Farrar, Wilde Analysis Ltd
Numerical Simulation of Heat Exchanger using Two Stage FSI
Kathiresan Ganesan, FLSmidth
A Computational Method for Interface Problems in Multiphysics Applications
Volker Gravemeier, AdCo Engineering GmbH
One-Way FSI Analysis for High-Performance Blade Design with Open-Source Parallel FEM Software Front ISTR
Gaku Hashimoto, TheUniversity of Tokyo
Simulating Aggregate Drying using Coupled CFD and DEM Methods
Andrew Hobbs, Astec, Inc.
Evaluation of Fluid-Structure Interaction involving Abaqus and STAR-CCM+ for Industrial Use
Marc Hodapp, Festo AG& Co. KG
Conjugate Heat Transfer and Multi-Phase Analysis for Incompressible Flows
Nils Karajan, DYNAmore GmbH
Noise Prediction for Electric Motors by Coupling Electromagnetic and Vibroacoustic Simulation Tools
Gaurav Kumar, LMS, A Siemens Business
A Novel Co-Simulation Algorithm for Handling Field-Signal Interaction
Albert Kürkchübasche, SIMULIA
3D ANSYS Unmitigated Quench Simulation of Superconducting Coils
Antonio Lafuente, CCFE Fusion Association
Coupled Fluid-structure Interaction Simulations for Aero-Elastic Benchmark Cases
Bettina Landvogt, Fraunhofer SCAI
Innovative Developments in the Simulation of Ultraviolet Disinfection Systems
Simon Leefe, Wilde Analysis Ltd
Simulation of Wood Combustion in a Fixed Bed using CFD-DEM Coupling
Amir Houshang Mahmoudi, Université du Luxembourg
Acoustic Analysis of Fuel Tank Sloshing during Braking
Douglas Marriott, MSC Software
High Performance Computation Codes for Vibroacoustic Simulation in the Automotive Field
Guiseppe Miccoli, IMAMOTER Institute
Simulating Coupled Neutron-Fluid-Heat Transfer for the Study of Unintended Operating Scenarios in Pressure Water Reactors using an Immersed Body Modelling Technique
Moji Moatamedi, Imperial College London
Simulation of Vertical Axis Wind Turbines with Moving Blades
Henrik Nordborg, HSR University of Applied Sciences
Simplified Approach to Modelling Sonic Gas Dispersion for Offshore Well Test Operations
Naitik Patel, Expro North Sea Ltd.
Hysteretic Behaviour of Microbeam Structure in Electro-Elastic Analysis
Yichen Qian, ANSYS UKLtd.
Optimizing Fatigue Life using Automated Sequential Coupling in the Loop
Jon Quigley, Altair
Multiphysics Simulations of Irradiation Damage Collision Cascades
Christopher Race, University of Manchester
Multi-Body Dynamics and Acoustic Simulation for Gear Application
Xavier Robin, Free Field Technologies
Electromagnetics Structural Coupling Simulation of Electric Motor
Mohamed Senousy, ANSYS,Inc.
Fluid-Structure Interaction with Controls for Wind Turbine Simulation using a Novel Co-Simulation Approach
Stefan Sicklinger, TechnischeUniversität München
Coupling of Structural and Multibody Mechanics in Switchgear Development
Christian Simonidis, ABB Corporate Research Germany
Multiphysics Software:Comparing Best-of-Class Approach Against All-in Strategy
Alfred Svobodnik, Konzept-X GmbH
Multi-Material Heat Transfer Analysis of an Engine Cylinder Head
Peter Tibaut, AVL- AST
Improve Pump Diaphragm Reliability using ANSYS Nonlinear FEA
Yong Wang, Parker Hannifin Corporation
Multiphysics Solutions in Offshore Engineering
John White, Prospect Flow Solutions Ltd.
Development of a Micro Gas Turbine with Ceramic Impeller: SCAI Tools for Stress and Vibration Analyses
Nadja Wirth, Fraunhofer SCAI
Multiphysics Simulation of the Aeroelasticity of Aircraft Wings
Chris Wolfe, ANSYS, Inc.
Piezoelectric–Structural–Fluids Analysis for an Ink-Jet Printer Nozzle
Chris Wolfe, ANSYS, Inc.
Dr Christian Ruempler
Corporate Research & Technology
Dr Prashant Khapane
Jaguar Land Rover
Professor Christopher Pain
Professor Research Fellow Imperial College London
Founder of Uber Cloud
Wolfgang Gentzsch is president and co-founder of the UberCloud Community and Market place for engineers and scientists to discover, try, and buy computing on demand, in the cloud. And he is the Chairman of the International ISC Cloud Conference series. Previously, he was Advisor to the EU projects EUDAT and DEISA, directed the German D-Grid Initiative, and was a member of the Board of Directors of the Open Grid Forum, and of the US President's Council of Advisors for Science and Technology, PCAST.
Before, Wolfgang was a professor of compute science and mathematics at several universities in the US and Germany, and held leading positions at the North Carolina Grid and Data Center in Durham, Sun Microsystems in California, the DLR German Aerospace Center in Gottingen, and the Max-Planck-Institute for Plasmaphysics in Munich. In the 90s, he founded HPC software companies Genias and Gridware. The latter, which has been acquired by Sun Microsystems in 2000, developed the well-known distributed cluster workload and management system Grid Engine.