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Simulation Symposium 2020

Thursday, Feb. 13, 2020

Seattle, Washington

Hosted by Applied CAx and Siemens Digital Industries Software

The way we think of the design process is changing. Begin your next decade of engineering at this free hands-on event covering where FEA, CFD & design trends are headed. Whether you're facing fatigue failure in self-contained products or heat flow issues in large & small assemblies, or potentially facing a need for physics-based system simulation, our event will let you get hands-on with powerful tools and get your questions answered by simulation experts.

Held at the beautiful Boeing Future of Flight Center near Everett, our event will be in the heart of one of Seattle's many vibrant aerospace communities. Network with fellow colleagues and begin your next decade of simulation engineering with a fresh infusion of discovery and knowledge.

This event is free, however pre-registration is required.

Boeing Future of Flight Center
8415 Paine Field Blvd
Mukilteo, WA 98275

Interested in traveling from outside of the region for this event? You can do it!
The Hilton Garden Inn Seattle North/Everett is directly across the street from the event venue.
And Alaska Airlines / Horizon Air flies directly to the Paine Field airport in Everett, WA (PAE) including non-stop flights from Los Angeles.

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

Networking

8:30-9am
Registration and light networking. Find a good seat and feel free to grab a coffee, tea, water, etc.

STAR CCM and FEMAP

Explore CAE Methods Hands-on with experts

9:00-Noon

Morning session is a hands-on experience for users who want to test drive FEMAP, STAR-CCM+, Simcenter 3D or Amesim. Discover what these powerful tools can do in real time while having questions answered by simulation engineers.

We'll have licenses available for FEMAP. For those interested in trial licenses of STAR-CCM+, we'll be providing those the week before the event. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you're interested in trial license of STAR-CCM+.

For our hands-on models of Simcenter 3D and Amesim, we'll have model file examples prepared and ready for questioning and examining.


Brian Kolb, EIT
FEMAP support lead and Mechanical Engineer for Predictive Engineering

Clay Hearn, PhD
STAR-CCM+ support lead and Mechanical Engineer for Predictive Engineering

Nathan Anderson
Simcenter 3D support lead and Staff Engineer for Predictive Engineering

Brian Benoy
Amesim, Senior Solutions Consultant for Siemens DISW

Networking

Noon to 1pm
Please join us for catered lunch, provided.

FEMAP 2020

Simcenter FEMAP Road Map:
Decade 2020's

1:00-1:30pm
Standalone open architecture FEA pre- and post-processing tool and why FEMAP won't go away.


George Laird, PhD
Director of CAE and Principal Mechanical Engineer for Predictive Engineering

Amesim

Physics-Based System Simulation with Simcenter Amesim

1:30-2:15pm

Discover the value and benefits of front-loading your design work with physics-based system simulation, with an emphasis on improving machine design and performance through virtual commissioning.


Brian Benoy
Amesim, Senior Solutions Consultant for Siemens DISW

Simcenter Circle

Simcenter 3D: Working with the Digital Twin from Analysis to PLM

2:15-2:45pm


Nathan Anderson
Simcenter 3D support lead and Staff Engineer for Predictive Engineering

KEYNOTE:

The Role of Simulation in Accelerating Program Execution

3:00-4:00pm
  • Highlighting where simulation can play a role along with the role of Certification by Analysis
  • Fluid dynamics and heat transfer in aircraft design
  • Mixed fidelity analysis and the role of improving ECS design

Durrel Rittenberg
Director of Global Aerospace and Defense STS-CCM at Siemens Digital Industries Software

Networking

4:00 - 5:00 — Post-Event Reception
Please join us for a post-event reception with drinks and appetizers provided

Event Details

Event Date February 13, 2020 8:30 am
Event End Date February 13, 2020 4:00 pm
Individual Price Free