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OEM New England 2008
Date: April 30 - May 1, 2008
Place: Boston Convention & Exhibition Center
415 Summer Street, Boston, MA 02210 USA
The latest advances in every area of design and manufacturing including engineering, automation technology, computer-aided design and manufacturing, contract manufacturing and services, rapid prototyping, production machinery, material handling, lasers, motors and drives, networking, enterprise IT, electronics, components, materials, quality systems…and much more!
INTERTECH 2008
Date: May 5 - 7, 2008
Place: Disney's Contemporary Resort
Orlando, FL USA
INTERTECH 2008 is the Biennial International Conference dedicated to technological advancement and application development with an emphasis on increased productivity and performance using industrial diamond, cubic boron nitride, CVD diamond, polycrystallines and related materials. This conference is designed to provide a blend of commercial and technical topics and serve as a global “meeting of the minds” for technologists and business leaders.
Rotating Machinery: Upfront Simulation for Optimized Noise, Vibration, and Durability Performance - May 6, 2008 2PM EST time
Date: May 6, 2008
Place: USA

Panelist(s) Info: Dick Kading

 

This Web Seminar shows how to realistically simulate and optimize the noise, vibration, and durability performance of prototype designs for rotating machinery such as electric motors and drives by conducting “what if” scenarios with many different design candidates in one integrated simulation environment with direct access to underlying CAD geometry.
In particular, a series of integrated simulations of a current production DC electric motor for automotive applications is presented.

Rotating Machinery: Upfront Simulation for Optimized Noise, Vibration, and Durability Performance - May 6, 2008 10AM Brussels time (CET)
Date: May 6, 2008
Place: USA

Panelist(s) Info: Guillaume Lethé

 

This Web Seminar shows how to realistically simulate and optimize the noise, vibration, and durability performance of prototype designs for rotating machinery such as electric motors and drives by conducting “what if” scenarios with many different design candidates in one integrated simulation environment with direct access to underlying CAD geometry.

In particular, a series of integrated simulations of a current production DC electric motor for automotive applications is presented.

Landing Gear System Design and Sizing - May 7, 2008 11AM EST Time
Date: May 7, 2008
Place: USA

Panelist(s) Info: Lionel Broglia Patron
 

The Landing Gear System Design and Sizing solution helps designers from the aerospace industry to size and optimize various systems and components: landing gear, braking, steering systems. The solution addresses the challenges of physical tests and maintenance costs reduction, sophisticated technologies and materials, and finally safety and certification requirements.

This solution is seamlessly integrated into the extended digital development process, thanks to an efficient integration with third-party software tools for control, real-time simulation, multi-body simulation, process integration and design optimization.

The objective of this web seminar is to illustrate the Ground Load solution on 3 different examples (oleo-strut, braking system, steering system), with a mix of presentation and demo.

Landing Gear System Design and Sizing - May 7, 2008 10AM Brussels Time (CET)
Date: May 7, 2008
Place: USA

Panelist(s) Info: Lionel Broglia

 

The Landing Gear System Design and Sizing solution helps designers from the aerospace industry to size and optimize various systems and components: landing gear, braking, steering systems. The solution addresses the challenges of physical tests and maintenance costs reduction, sophisticated technologies and materials, and finally safety and certification requirements.

This solution is seamlessly integrated into the extended digital development process, thanks to an efficient integration with third-party software tools for control, real-time simulation, multi-body simulation, process integration and design optimization.

The objective of this web seminar is to illustrate the Ground Load solution on 3 different examples (oleo-strut, braking system, steering system), with a mix of presentation and demo.

Data Acquisition System for NVH in-field Measurements - May 8, 2008 11AM EST
Date: May 8, 2008
Place: USA

Panelist(s) Info: Nabi Pakshir

 

This seminar highlights the challenges that exist for in-field measurement in terms of test preparation, measurement & monitoring and data storage & sharing.
Test engineers conducting NVH measurement in the field are exposed to testing conditions that are different to those executed in the laboratory. These conditions are best defined as being an “uncontrolled” situation in which often the unexpected happens. A harsh test environment and diverse measurement setups imposes strict requirements for mechanical design and analogue / digital hardware technology.

Data Acquisition System for NVH in-field Measurements - May 8, 2008 10AM Brussels time (CET)
Date: May 8, 2008
Place: USA

Panelist(s) Info: Nabi Pakshir

 

This seminar highlights the challenges that exist for in-field measurement in terms of test preparation, measurement & monitoring and data storage & sharing.
Test engineers conducting NVH measurement in the field are exposed to testing conditions that are different to those executed in the laboratory. These conditions are best defined as being an “uncontrolled” situation in which often the unexpected happens. A harsh test environment and diverse measurement setups imposes strict requirements for mechanical design and analogue / digital hardware technology

EFD Hands On Seminar - CAD Embedded Thermal and Flow Analysis
Date: May 13, 2008
Place: Visibile Edge Offices
Nashua, NH USA

This seminar offers hands on experience with EFD, CAD Embedded thermal and flow analysis software for ProEngineer Wildfire.

Who Should Attend
Engineers who are comfortable in a CAD environment and have a need for thermal and flow analysis.

Introduction to multi-domain system simulation in LMS Imagine.Lab AMESim - May 13, 2008 10AM Brussels time (CET)
Date: May 13, 2008
Place: USA

Panelist(s) Info: Lionel Broglia Patron

 

LMS Imagine.Lab AMESim offers a complete 1D simulation platform to model and analyze multi-domain, intelligent systems and to predict their multi-disciplinary performance. To create the system simulation model in LMS Imagine.Lab AMESim, the user can make use of a large set of validated libraries of pre-defined components from different physical domains. The software creates a physics based model of the system, which doesn’t require a full 3D geometry representation. This approach gives LMS Imagine.Lab AMESim the capability to simulate the behavior of intelligent systems long before detailed CAD geometry becomes available

Introduction to multi-domain system simulation in LMS Imagine.Lab AMESim - May 13, 2008 11AM EST
Date: May 13, 2008
Place: USA

Panelist(s) Info: Lionel Broglia Patron

 

LMS Imagine.Lab AMESim offers a complete 1D simulation platform to model and analyze multi-domain, intelligent systems and to predict their multi-disciplinary performance. To create the system simulation model in LMS Imagine.Lab AMESim, the user can make use of a large set of validated libraries of pre-defined components from different physical domains. The software creates a physics based model of the system, which doesn’t require a full 3D geometry representation. This approach gives LMS Imagine.Lab AMESim the capability to simulate the behavior of intelligent systems long before detailed CAD geometry becomes available.

2008 Third Wave AdvantEdge "International Users" Conference
Date: May 13 - 15, 2008
Place: Minneapolis
MN USA
Third Wave Systems announces the 2008 Third Wave AdvantEdge™ International Users’ Conference, May 13 – 15, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. The Conference is an opportunity for users of Third Wave AdvantEdge™ FEM and Production Module™ to gather, share experiences and applications, present current research topics and results, and gain updated knowledge of software capabilities and improvements. Training courses on Modeling Metal Cutting are offered in conjunction with the event.
LMS Test.Xpress, the no-compromise noise & vibration analyzer and recorder - May 14, 2008 10AM EST
Date: May 14, 2008
Place: USA

Panelist(s) Info: Frank Demesmaeker

 

Traditional analyzers have proven to be one of the most flexible tools to qualify a product’s noise and vibration performance. They are easy to operate and immediately show the frequency content of a vibration or sound signal. But traditional analyzers are also very limited. Why restrict easy and flexible measurements to just 2 or 4 channels, when productivity would be so much higher with 8 channels or more? How much time could you gain by running FFT, order and octave analysis in real time and in parallel? And why not finish your measurement with a single click to generate a comprehensive report on the spot

Solving ultra-Large Scale Acoustic problems using Fast Multipole BEM technology - May 14, 2008 11AM Brussels time(CET)
Date: May 14, 2008
Place: USA

Panelist(s) Info: Koen De Langhe

 

The Fast Multipole Boundary Element Method (BEM) is the next generation technology to perform vibro-acoustic simulation for exterior and interior problems. Specifically, it allows you to solve ultra-large scale acoustic problems that were previously impossible to solve. With this new technique, large systems up to higher frequencies of analysis can be addressed, including complete vehicles or machinery up to high frequencies. This webex will explain the technology and the benefits of the Fast Multipole Boundary Element Method and the applications where it can be used for.
Using a couple of reference examples, the accuracy and advantages will be demonstrated.

Solving ultra-Large Scale Acoustic problems using Fast Multipole BEM technology - May 14, 2008 2PM EST
Date: May 14, 2008
Place: USA

Panelist(s) Info: Tony Heitmann & Neal Hoyer

 

The Fast Multipole Boundary Element Method (BEM) is the next generation technology to perform vibro-acoustic simulation for exterior and interior problems. Specifically, it allows you to solve ultra-large scale acoustic problems that were previously impossible to solve. With this new technique, large systems up to higher frequencies of analysis can be addressed, including complete vehicles or machinery up to high frequencies. This webex will explain the technology and the benefits of the Fast Multipole Boundary Element Method and the applications where it can be used for.
Using a couple of reference examples, the accuracy and advantages will be demonstrated.

Mehr Power und Produktivität im mobilen NVH-Test - May 14, 2008 2PM Brussels time (CET)
Date: May 14, 2008
Place: USA

Panelist(s) Info: Ruff Daniel

 

Der Druck im Noise und Vibration Engineering wächst stetig. Gesetzliche Bestimmungen schreiben immer schärfere Lärm- und Schwingungsbedingungen vor. Kunden fordern verbesserte Produkte. Es gib einen Umschwung zum digitalen

INTERMACH 2008
Date: May 14 - 18, 2008
Place: Bangkok International Trade and Exhibition Center
Bangkok, Thailand
INTERMACH 2008 Definitive Access to Business Success!As Asia’s no. 1 High Tech Machinery Exhibition, INTERMACH proudly stands forth as the major beacon providing the catalyst to drive Asia’s burgeoning manufacturing machinery industry into the international spotlight.
Webinar: Empowering the MADYMO Process - Enhancing the vehicle Design Cycl
Date: May 14, 2008
Place: USA
TASS Americas is offering a series of webinars entitled “Empowering the MADYMO Process."

Please join us for WORKSPACE: Enhancing the Vehicle Design Cycle, May 14, 2008 at 11:30 am – 1pm. We will be discussing how Workspace can provide cost-effective tools to support the MADYMO.

Please join the meeting at:
https://www2.gotomeeting.com/join/290882502
Conference Call: (712) 775-7015, access code 290-882-502
Meeting ID: 290-882-502
Surface Wrapping Seminar: Your process from complex 3D CAD to successful CAE
Date: May 15, 2008
Place: 4926 East McDowell
Suite 102, Phoenix, AZ 85008 USA
Do you spend hours or days preparing large, complex 3D CAD for FEA/CFD/CAE simulation? Do you have problems with double or intersecting surfaces, closing holes, defeaturing or obtaining the ‘wetted’ surface? CD-adapco would like to invite you to a seminar on how, by using fast and automatic surface wrapping technology, you can significantly reduce the tedious and time consuming work involved in preparing CAD for simulation.
Introducing the new LMS SCADAS Recorder for autonomous in-field testing applications - May 16, 2008 10AM CET
Date: May 16, 2008
Place: USA

Panelist(s) Info: Nabi Pakshir

 

LMS is pleased to introduce you to the new LMS SCADAS Recorder.

Built on the SCADAS Mobile platform, the LMS SCADAS Recorder has been designed for applications such as proving ground testing, large production plants, off-road vehicles, wind turbines and many other demanding applications

Introducing the new LMS SCADAS Recorder for autonomous in-field testing applications - May 16, 2008 10AM EST
Date: May 16, 2008
Place: USA

Panelist(s) Info: Nabi Pakshir

 

LMS is pleased to introduce you to the new LMS SCADAS Recorder.

Built on the SCADAS Mobile platform, the LMS SCADAS Recorder has been designed for applications such as proving ground testing, large production plants, off-road vehicles, wind turbines and many other demanding applications.

The LMS SCADAS Recorder can be used as an autonomous recorder, as a smart recorder with a wireless PDA connection or as a front-end system for in-field and laboratory applications.

INTERMOLD 2008 / Die & Mold Asia 2008
Date: May 17 - 20, 2008
Place: International Exhibition Center, Osaka (INTEX OSAKA
1-5-102, Nanko-kita,Suminoe-ku, Osaka, 559-0034 Japan
 
RAPID 2008 Conference & Exposition
Date: May 20 - 22, 2008
Place: Disney's Coronado Springs Resort and Conv Ctr
Lake Buena Vista, FL USA
RAPID is North America's largest annual rapid manufacturing conference and exposition. The event brings buyers, sellers and end-users of design, prototyping, tooling, and direct manufacturing technologies together in an environment that facilitates networking and business interaction. Attendees can evaluate the latest materials and machinery, compare processes, talk to industry experts, and make valuable contacts. Exhibitors can meet new customers, discuss projects face-to-face and generate sales.
Engineering capabilities for big diesel engine manufacturers - May 20, 2008 10AM EST time
Date: May 20, 2008
Place: USA

Panelist(s) Info: Wim Hendricx

 

During this webseminar, you will gain insight into the solutions LMS consultants propose for addressing possible issues and improving products with regard to noise & vibrations, durability, combustion & emission and engine integration.
Firstly, an overview on noise & vibration measurement techniques will be given, focusing on the global engine structure, including components such as the fan, the turbo and the injection pump. Next up are some key noise & vibration modeling techniques, ranging from FE modeling to multi-body modeling and Boundary Element Modeling of the engine. Concrete case stories will be used to demonstrate the benefits of these techniques.

Fahrkomfort und Ganzkörperschwingungen nach ISO - May 20, 2008 2PM Brussels time (CET)
Date: May 20, 2008
Place: USA

Panelist(s) Info: Arnd Balger

 

Fahrzeuge und schwere Arbeitsgeräte können erheblichen Lärm und Schwingungen verursachen. Außerdem ist je nach der Art eines Fahrzeugs der entsprechende Fahrkomfort ganz unterschiedlich ausgeprägt. Das Zusammenspiel von Geräuschen, Schwingungen und Bewegungen kann sich nun im laufenden Betrieb negativ auf den Fahrer und seine Passagiere auswirken. Daher wurden internationale Normen und Richtlinie, wie die ISO 2631 eingeführt, die allein der Sicherheit und Gesundheit der betroffenen Personen dienen

iMUG08 - 7th Annual International Moldflow User Group
Date: May 20 - 22, 2008
Place: Detroit, MI USA
iMUG08 - 7th Annual International Moldflow User Group to be held in Detroit, MI from May 20-22. The conference will include keynote speeches from renowned plastics industry experts, technical presentations from Moldflow users, insights to Moldflow’s product and development initiatives, special interest groups, a sponsor exhibit hall and special evening activities.
EASTEC 2008
Date: May 20 - 22, 2008
Place: Eastern States Exposition
W Springfield, MA USA
For nearly three decades, EASTEC has been an East Coast manufacturing tradition. Each year, some 14,000 manufacturers, plant managers, and shop owners from throughout the region's diverse industries visit EASTEC to evaluate advanced technologies, production methods, and management concepts. From the latest multi-tasking machine tools to lean strategies, EASTEC keeps East Coast manufacturing competitive.
Pressure based ISO sound power - May 21, 2008 11AM EST time
Date: May 21, 2008
Place: USA

Panelist(s) Info: Frank Demesmaeker

 

Sound power is a measure of the total noise (or acoustic power) generated and radiated by a machine or tool. It is a characteristic property of the equipment itself and is not influenced by the environment it is operating in. As such, the sound power value can be used in order to check compliance with the ISO based standards and legislations for certification of product noise. Specifically for the broad range of outdoor equipment, a European directive for noise emission (2000/14/EC) forces the manufacturers to conduct the ISO based sound power measurements, to label their equipment (noise marking) or to comply with maximum values (noise limiting). Next to a competitive disadvantage, failing to meet the standard prohibits them from selling their equipment on the European market.
Sound power values can also be used to compare different machines in an absolute way, to validate modifications or to do competitive benchmarking. It’s a tool that is used by equipment manufacturers, buyers, installers and end users for a broad range of different types of equipment.

Pressure based ISO sound power - May 21, 2008 9:30AM Brussels time(CET)
Date: May 21, 2008
Place: USA

Panelist(s) Info: Frank Demesmaeker

 

Sound power is a measure of the total noise (or acoustic power) generated and radiated by a machine or tool. It is a characteristic property of the equipment itself and is not influenced by the environment it is operating in. As such, the sound power value can be used in order to check compliance with the ISO based standards and legislations for certification of product noise. Specifically for the broad range of outdoor equipment, a European directive for noise emission (2000/14/EC) forces the manufacturers to conduct the ISO based sound power measurements, to label their equipment (noise marking) or to comply with maximum values (noise limiting). Next to a competitive disadvantage, failing to meet the standard prohibits them from selling their equipment on the European market.
Sound power values can also be used to compare different machines in an absolute way, to validate modifications or to do competitive benchmarking. It’s a tool that is used by equipment manufacturers, buyers, installers and end users for a broad range of different types of equipment.

Landing gear system design & virtual testing - May 22, 2008 4PM Brussels time (CET)
Date: May 22, 2008
Place: USA

Panelist(s) Info: Chris Paulson

 

This seminar will present LMS's advanced integrated CAE tools enabling end-to-end simulations of aircraft and spacecraft mechanisms. We will demonstrate how multi-body simulation software allows to design and analyse aerospace systems by computing motion of mechanical assemblies, computing loads and optimize system dynamics early in the design cycle. Attendees will learn how to enhance accuracy by taking into account component flexibility as well as the interaction with controls & hydraulics.

Landing gear system design & virtual testing - May 22, 2008 2PM EST
Date: May 22, 2008
Place: USA

Panelist(s) Info: Chris Paulson

 

This seminar will present LMS's advanced integrated CAE tools enabling end-to-end simulations of aircraft and spacecraft mechanisms. We will demonstrate how multi-body simulation software allows to design and analyse aerospace systems by computing motion of mechanical assemblies, computing loads and optimize system dynamics early in the design cycle. Attendees will learn how to enhance accuracy by taking into account component flexibility as well as the interaction with controls & hydraulics.

ANSYS Michigan Seminar Series: Real-World Simulations Using Multiphysics Technology from ANSYS
Date: May 23, 2008
Place: The Inn at St. Johns
44045 Five Mile Road Plymouth, MI 48170 USA
Join us at this free seminar to learn how a broad range of multiphysics problems are successfully being addressed today with technology from ANSYS. At this seminar you will learn how the advanced, comprehensive offerings from ANSYS help you meet your company's many multiphysics simulation challenges. Within a single, unified simulation environment, multiphysics solutions from ANSYS combine structural mechanics, heat transfer, fluid flow, acoustics and electromagnetic simulation capabilities.

10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. EDT

Choosing the best source localization solution for your application - May 27, 2008 11AM EST
Date: May 27, 2008
Place: USA

Panelist(s) Info: Filip Deblauwe

 

This source localization web-seminar is part of a series of LMS experimental acoustics events.
A sound engineer is very often confronted with noise problems that exist in a variety of different conditions and applications. During this web seminar we will cover different source localization tools like near-field acoustic holography, beamforming and focalization and we will explain how these different methods map onto the different applications that the sound engineer is confronted. At the end of the seminar, it will be clear to the attendee which method (beamforming, near-field holography or focalization) is the best suited for his or her application.

Choosing the best source localization solution for your application - May 27, 2008 10AM Brussels Time (CET)
Date: May 27, 2008
Place: USA

Panelist(s) Info: Filip Deblauwe

 

This source localization web-seminar is part of a series of LMS experimental acoustics events.
A sound engineer is very often confronted with noise problems that exist in a variety of different conditions and applications. During this web seminar we will cover different source localization tools like near-field acoustic holography, beamforming and focalization and we will explain how these different methods map onto the different applications that the sound engineer is confronted. At the end of the seminar, it will be clear to the attendee which method (beamforming, near-field holography or focalization) is the best suited for his or her application.

Wind turbine Noise and Vibration testing - May 28, 2008 10AM EST
Date: May 28, 2008
Place: USA

Panelist(s) Info: Charles Croufer

 

Growth in wind energy demand implies that more wind turbines – and even larger units – are needed quickly. The production increase together with the increase in design complexity drive a need for systematic testing in order to guarantee the high reliability requirements and to meet the strict demands from regulatory agencies.

Wind turbine Noise and Vibration testing - May 28, 2008 10AM Brussels time (CET)
Date: May 28, 2008
Place: USA

Panelist(s) Info: Charles Croufer

 

Growth in wind energy demand implies that more wind turbines – and even larger units – are needed quickly. The production increase together with the increase in design complexity drive a need for systematic testing in order to guarantee the high reliability requirements and to meet the strict demands from regulatory agencies

Dynamic simulation related to the performance of trucks, buses, and other heavy commercial vehicles - May 29, 2008 2PM EST
Date: May 29, 2008
Place: USA

Panelist(s) Info: Dick Kading

 

Vehicle ride comfort & handling studies the transient behavior of trucks, buses and other heavy commercial vehicles with respect to safety, driver comfort and protection of the cargo. A simulation driven design process enables the engineering team develop better products and get them to market faster. LMS Virtual.Lab Motion is used by truck, bus, and heavy commercial vehicle companies to gain insight and a competitive advantage during engineering development of new products.
This webseminar covers LMS’s past experience and its capability to simulate any heavy commercial vehicle, solving the equations of motion, and predicting displacement, velocity, accelerations, and loads for vehicles driving over any road.

Dynamic simulation related to the performance of trucks, buses, and other heavy commercial vehicles - May 29, 2008 11AM Brussels time (CET)
Date: May 29, 2008
Place: USA

Panelist(s) Info: Guillaume Lethé

 

Vehicle ride comfort & handling studies the transient behavior of trucks, buses and other heavy commercial vehicles with respect to safety, driver comfort and protection of the cargo. A simulation driven design process enables the engineering team develop better products and get them to market faster. LMS Virtual.Lab Motion is used by truck, bus, and heavy commercial vehicle companies to gain insight and a competitive advantage during engineering development of new products.
This webseminar covers LMS’s past experience and its capability to simulate any heavy commercial vehicle, solving the equations of motion, and predicting displacement, velocity, accelerations, and loads for vehicles driving over any road.

LMS Test.Xpress, un analyseur et un enregistreur numérique, polyvalent et sans aucun compromis - May 30, 2008 10:30 AM Brussels time (CET)
Date: May 30, 2008
Place: USA

Panelist(s) Info: Valerie Lucas, François Présa

 

Les analyseurs traditionnels se sont avérés être les outils les plus flexibles pour qualifier les performances vibro-acoustiques d'un produit.
Ils sont faciles à utiliser et montrent immédiatement le contenu fréquentiel d’un phénomène vibro-acoustique. Cependant, les analyseurs traditionnels se révèlent être également très limités.
Pourquoi se limiter seulement à 2 ou 4 voies, quand la productivité serait tellement plus élevée avec 8 voies ou plus ? Combien de temps pourriez-vous gagner en réalisant toutes vos analyses temps réel en parallèles, FFT, Octaves, Ordres ? Et pourquoi ne pas conclure vos essais par un dernier clic pour générer le rapport d’essai complet sur place ?
LMS Test.Xpress est un analyseur et un enregistreur numérique sans aucun compromis, il a été conçu pour faire tout cela et bien plus encore. Il combine la facilité d'utilisation d'un analyseur traditionnel avec les performances et la productivité d'un système de mesure avancé.


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