With the development of extremely powerful computational methods, such as the finite element method, it is now possible to model highly complex engineering systems and processes. Evaluating key methods to optimise your manufacturing processes whilst reducing development times for new products and systems, the lessons learnt at this seminar will impact across manufacturing industries from aerospace to power generation. The innovative methods explored will enable you to understand how state-of-the-art modelling manufacturing processes can apply to:
Join highly experienced researchers to explore methods and simulations and ensure your work is modelled effectively, efficiently and correctly.
Dragos Axinte is Professor of Manufacturing and Director of the Rolls-Royce UTC in Manufacturing; he is an active researcher in the areas of machining technologies, and competence in modelling & control methods of energy beam processes at macro (abrasive waterjet) and meso/macro (pulsed laser ablation) levels to enable the generation of freeforms.
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