08 July 2002
08 July 2002
EuroPAM 2002, ESI’s 12th European conference on numerical simulation will take place October 21-22, 2002 at the Antibes Congress Center on the French Riviera.
EuroPAM 2002 will, once again, bring together senior managers and talented engineers from all over Europe. The conference provides an opportunity to meet with peers and share experience and expertise with others. EuroPAM 2002 will provide attendees with more than 50 papers covering virtual engineering technologies.
""This conference offers attendees a unique opportunity to discover our new '2G' or second generation integrated multi-trade solutions which lead to eliminating the needs for physical prototypes during the product development phase,"" stated Alain de Rouvray, President of ESI Group. ""This is a key element in ESI Group's development strategy toward fully digital solutions for which the Virtual Try-Out Space is the target concept.""
Attendees will have the opportunity to hear addresses from major industry users and in-depth product presentations on the most up-to-date simulation technologies: - Virtual Prototyping: crashworthiness and vehicle occupant safety, fracture, biomechanics, durability, - Virtual Manufacturing: stamping and die design optimization, composites and plastics forming, casting, welding and heat treatment, - Virtual Environment: aerodynamics, aeroacoustics, vibroacoustics, and computational electromagnetism.
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