1 2015 ESSS CONFERENCE & ANSYS USERS MEETING May 05-07, 2015 Grand Mercure São Paulo Ibirapuera - São Paulo - Brazil PROGRAM Chile Santiago May, 04 Brazil São Paulo May, Argentina Buenos Aires May, Colombia Bogotá May, Peru Lima May, Organization: Sponsors:
2 welcome The ESSS CONFERENCE & ANSYS USERS MEETING is the most traditional discussion forum for users of simulation software applied to product development in South America. During the course of three days, engineers, designers and researchers will have the opportunity to exchange ideas, and experiences in Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE) and to improve their engineering simulation skills through training courses, software updates, plenary sessions, free workshops, user technical presentations, and ask the expert sessions. Join us and find out how innovative companies, universities and R&D centers have been applying engineering simulation software to improve processes and reduce their product development cycle time. Pre-Conference Training Courses Plenary Keynote Speakers Software Update Free Workshops 70+ User Technical Presentations Ask the Expert REGISTRATION Convergence Best Paper Award
3 CONFERENCE AT-A-GLANCE uu May 05 uu May 06 uu May 07 8:00 Registration Open 8:30 TRAINING COURSES 8:00 Registration Open 8:30 SOFTWARE UPDATE 8:00 Registration Open 8:30 SOFTWARE UPDATE 9:10 FREE WORKSHOPS 9:10 FREE WORKSHOPS 10:00 REFRESHMENTS IN EXHIBITION AREA 10:30 TRAINING COURSES 10:00 REFRESHMENTS AND ASK THE EXPERT 10:30 PLENARY SESSION 10:00 REFRESHMENTS AND ASK THE EXPERT 10:30 PLENARY SESSION 12:00 LUNCH 13:00 LUNCH 13:00 LUNCH 14:00 TRAINING COURSES 14:30 technical sessions 14:30 technical sessions 15:30 REFRESHMENTS IN EXHIBITION AREA 16:00 TRAINING COURSES 15:50 REFRESHMENTS AND ASK THE EXPERT 16:20 technical sessions 15:50 REFRESHMENTS AND ASK THE EXPERT 16:20 technical sessions 17:30 end of 1 st day 18:00 technical discussion 18:30 CONFERENCE SOCIAL (COCKTAIL) 18:00 Convergence Best Paper Award AND ESSS ACADEMIC CHALLENGE AWARD
4 PLENARY SESSION uu May 06 Room Plenary Versailles I e II Room Plenary Versailles I e II Barry Christenson - ANSYS, Inc. Director of Product Management PREDICT WITH CONFIDENCE UTILIZING COMPREHENSIVE SOLUTION PRACTICES The product management team is responsible for planning the product capabilities of new releases as well as marketing the capabilities of current products. Barry holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from North Dakota State University, Fargo, North Dakota, and an M.Sc. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Kettering University, Flint, Michigan, USA. Prof. Dr. Arismar Cerqueira Sodré Junior - National Institute of Telecommunications (INATEL) Professor THE WORLD IS WIRELESS: R&D PROJECTS ON ANTENNAS AND RADARS Prof. Dr. Arismar Cerqueira received his B.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering from the Federal University of Bahia, an M.Sc. degree from UNICAMP, and a Ph.D. from Scuola Superiore Sant Anna, Italy. He is currently an Associate Professor at the Brazilian National Institute of Telecommunications (INATEL). He currently holds 4 international patents and has transferred 10 products to the industry. He has also published 114 scientific papers in international journals or conference proceedings. Flávio Antoun Netto - Brazilian Navy Superintendence of Submarine Design - Navy Commander THE NUCLEAR SUBMARINE PROGRAM AND THE OPPORTUNITY TO IMPROVE TECHNOLOGIES IN BRAZIL Netto is the Head of Structures Department, Superintendence of Submarine Design, at the Brazilian Navy Technological Center in São Paulo (CTMSP), Brazil. He completed his undergraduate education in Mechanical Engineering (1989) at the Federal Center of Technological Education, and postgraduate studies at the Military Engineering Institute and Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, leading to an M.Sc. degree in Mechanical Engineering (1992) and Ph.D degree in Ocean Engineering (1999), respectively.
5 PLENARY SESSION uu May 07 Room Plenary Versailles I e II Room Plenary Versailles I e II Gilvan Prada Rossi - General Motors Project Manager Juliano Cavalcanti - Embraer Product Development Engineer DEVELOPING VEHICLES USING SIMULATION AT GENERAL MOTORS BRAZIL THE MULTIDISCIPLINARY DESIGN OPTIMIZATION EXPERIENCE AT EMBRAER Gilvan Prada Rossi holds degree in Mechanical Engineering with emphasis on Automobiles from FEI University Center - São Bernardo do Campo, and an M.Sc. degree in Mechanical Engineering from USP. He worked at General Motors as a CAE engineer in the areas of Structure, Durability and Vehicle Safety, and is currently the CAE manager responsible for the areas of Aerodynamics, HVAC and Closures. He has degree in Engineering Control and Automation from PUC - Rio, Brazil, and an M.Sc. degree in Aeronautical Engineering from ITA. He joined Embraer in 2005, where he worked for five years on an MDO project in technological development. He later joined the KC-390 project in the area of aerodynamics. He also participated in the project on the new wing tip of the ERJ-175Plus. Rodrigo Tasca - ESSS Account Manager LEVERAGE PARAMETRIC BENEFITS OF ANSYS PLATFORM Rodrigo Tasca has degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Federal University of Santa Catarina with a strong focus on Computational Fluid Dynamics. Tasca has been with ESSS for 15 years, where he started in the Technical Team with Support and Services, and was promoted to Technical Team Manager and later to Account Manager. He is currently the Manager of the Account Management Division, where he coordinates Customer Assessment and Account Planning activities.
6 training courses Room Lorangerie I Lorangerie II Chambord Versaile II 8:30-17:30 Fracture Mechanics - Fundamentals and ANSYS 16 New Features Key Aspects of the Finite Volume Method for CFD Multiphase Flow Modeling Using ANSYS CFD ANSYS SpaceClaim Direct Modeler Topics: 1. Introduction to fracture mechanics: Definition; Why do structures fail?; History and brief overview; References. 2. Linear elastic fracture mechanics G: Energy Release Rate; Stress intensity factors; Fracture Thoughness. 3. Elasto-plastic mechanics fracture J-Integral; ANSYS Workbench tutorial examples. 4. Overview on capabilities for damage assessment with ANSYS for composite materials: CZM: Cohesive zone modeling; VCCT: Virtual crack closing techinque; ANSYS Workbench tutorial examples. 5. Fracture Mechanics: What s new in ANSYS R16: Inclined crack meshing; Unstructured Mesh Method (UMM); C* Integral Calculation; Material Force: a novel approach; XFEM: extended Finite Element Method. Instructor: Eduardo Francisco Rocha de Araujo, ESSS Schedule: May 05, 2015 Lenght: 8 hours Fee: R$ 500,00 (20% discount for students and 60% for authors of approved papers). Topics: 1. Physical motivation for using Finite Volume Methods. 2. The evolution of the numerical simulation for fluid flows. 3. The evolution of the numerical methods for fluid flows: Variables arrangements in the grid - staggered and co-located. 4. Control volume construction for unstructured grids, cell center and cell vertex methods: The traditional cell center method for unstructured grids; Polyhedrical grids - Comparisons. 5. Local coordinate transformation. 6. Integration of the conservation equations. 7. Interpolation functions: spatial and temporal. 8. Segregated and coupled methods. 9. Solution of the linear system. 10. Application of the concepts to the ANSYS tools. Instructor: Prof. Clovis Maliska, UFSC / Fábio Yukio Kurokawa, ESSS Schedule: May 05, 2015 Lenght: 8 hours Fee: R$ 500,00 (20% discount for students and 60% for authors of approved papers). Topics: 1. Comparing multiphase and multicomponent flow. 2. Classifying multiphase flows: Disperse-continuous flows; Continuous-continuous flows. 3. Understanding flow regimes. 4. Multiphase Models: Eulerian multiphase flow simulation: Homogeneous model and Mixture model; Eulerian-Lagrange. 5. Special Topics: Good practices in cyclone studies; Numerical methodology for modeling sprays Instructor: Karolline Ropelato, ESSS Schedule: May 05, 2015 Lenght: 8 hours Fee: R$ 500,00 (20% discount for students and 60% for authors of approved papers). Topics: 1. Introduction to SpaceClaim: A brief introduction to the SpaceClaim User- Interface; Basic Selection techniques used in SpaceClaim; The basics of creating a sketch; Learn the fundamentals of creating and editing geometry with the Pull tool; Learn how to translate and rotate items; One simple tool to simplify and defeature geometry; Quick overview on boolean operations such as split and merge; SpaceClaim Model Preparation; Quick overview on how to create parameters and work with them. 2. Geometry reconstruction: Quickly create complex solids from scratch; Sketch curves along the facets of an STL file; Adjust a model s geometry; Convert 2D models or STL files into 3D models. Instructor: Roman Walsh, ANSYS, Inc. Schedule: May 05, 2015 Lenght: 8 hours Fee: R$ 500,00 (20% discount for students and 60% for authors of approved papers).
7 training courses Room Malmaison Room Blois Room Blois 8:30-17:30 Engineering Design Optimization based on Response Surface: Theory and Applications 8:30-12:30 Workshop Introduction to ANSYS HFSS 13:30-17:30 Workshop Introduction to Maxwell / Simplorer Coupling Topics: 1. Introduction: Based Concepts behind Otimization; Optimality Conditions. 2. Introduction to Response Surface Method: Data approximation concepts Simple Linear Regression; Introduction to Design of Experiments. 3. Advanced Response Surfaces techniques: Multivariate linear regression; Radial Basis Function; Artificial Neural Network; Metrics to select RSM models. 4. Optimization Techniques: Gradient Based Methods; Genetic Algorithms. 5. Applications: Solving engineering problems using an optimization tool. Topics: 1. Overview of Technologies in ANSYS HFSS. 2. New Features of R Comparison Between Measurements and ANSYS HFSS Results 4. Signal and Power Integrity Example on Package and Print Circuit Boar 5. Examples on how to use Hybrid Solvers for Antenna Design and Placement Investigation: Instructor: Juliano Fujioka Mologni, ESSS Schedule: May 05, 2015 Lenght: 4 hours Fee: R$ 250,00 (20% discount for students and 60% for authors of approved papers). Topics: 1. Introduction to Simplorer and basic usage: System level modeling; Basic usage. 2. Co-simulation between Maxwell and Simplorer: 3 phase Synchronous machine coupled with drive system. 3. Using electrical machines reduced order models obtained from Maxwell and RMxprt. Instructor: Anderson Santos Nunes, ESSS Schedule: May 05, 2015 Lenght: 4 hours Fee: R$ 250,00 (20% discount for students and 60% for authors of approved papers). Instructor: Guilherme Jenovencio, ESSS Schedule: May 05, 2015 Lenght: 8 hours Fee: R$ 500,00 (20% discount for students and 60% for authors of approved papers).
8 SOFTWARE UPDATES uu May 06 Room Lorangerie I Lorangerie II Malmaison Chambord 8:30 - ANSYS Structural Mechanics ANSYS Fluid Dynamics ANSYS Electromagnetics Rocky DEM Particle Simulator 9:10 Barry Christenson ANSYS, Inc. John Stokes ANSYS, Inc. Juliano Fujioka Mologni ESSS Rahul Bharadwaj ROCKY DEM uu May 07 Room Lorangerie I Lorangerie II Malmaison 8:30 - ANSYS Workbench and AIM ANSYS SpaceClaim modefrontier 9:10 Barry Christenson ANSYS, Inc. Roman Walsh ANSYS, Inc. Brayan Paredes ESSS
9 FREE WORKSHOPS uu May 06 Room Lorangerie I Lorangerie II Malmaison Chambord 9:10-9:35 ANSYS Structural Mechanics: Workflow Enhancements in ANSYS Workbench 16 ANSYS Fluid Dynamics: Combustion Modeling ANSYS Electromagnetics HF: HFSS 3D Layout for Antennas and Signal Integrity ROCKY: ROCKY and ANSYS Coupling Instructor: Pedro Cheroto, ESSS Instructor: Raphael Bacchi, ESSS Instructor: Juliano Fujioka Mologni, ESSS Instructor: Nicolas Spogis, ESSS 9:35-10:00 ANSYS Structural Mechanics: Nonlinear Adaptative Remeshing ANSYS Fluid Dynamics: Geometric Optimization with Adjoint Solver ANSYS Electromagnetics LF: Electromagnetics/Thermal Coupling to model Rotating Electrical Machines Instructor: Roberto Silva, ESSS Instructor: Leon White Nogueira, ESSS Instructor: Anderson Santos Nunes, ESSS uu May 07 Room Lorangerie I Lorangerie II Malmaison ANSYS AIM: Integrated Multiphysics Simulation ANSYS SpaceClaim: Beam and shell models preparation using SpaceClaim 9:10-9:35 Instructor: Armando Souza, ESSS Instructor: Roman Walsh, ANSYS, Inc. modefrontier: How to simplify and reuse modefrontier workflows using processmodeler Instructor: Brayan Paredes, ESSS 9:35-10:00 ANSYS ACT: Customization based on ACT ANSYS HPC from Desktop to Cloud modefrontier: How to monitor design evaluations in the new run analysis environment inside modefrontier Instructor: Luiz Lima, ESSS Instructor: Derek Powell, ANSYS, Inc. Vinicius Strugata, ESSS Instructor: Brayan Paredes, ESSS
10 USER TECHNICAL SESSIONS uu May 06 Room Lorangerie I Lorangerie II Malmaison Chambord Structural Mechanics Fluid Dynamics Electromagnetics Fluid Dynamics Chairman Pedro Cheroto Karolline Ropelato Juliano Mologni Raphael David 14:30 Explicit-Implicit Analysis Integration for Structural Assessment of a Sheet Metal Forming Rafael Vetturazzi - ESSS Spray Combustion in Rocket Engines Saulo Gomez - ITA Simulation of a Corrugated Conical Horn Antenna With Wide Beamwidth in 60 GHz Carlos Eduardo Orihuela Vargas - PUC-RJ CFD Assisted Offshore Helideck Design Daniel Fonseca de Carvalho e Silva - PETROBRAS 14:50 Explicit Dynamics Simulation of Long Sheet Forming for Flexible Pipe Application Luiz Lima - Technip Thermal Analysis of the Brazilian 14-X Hypersonic Aerospace Vehicle at Mach Number 10 Felipe Jean da Costa - ITA Method for Permittivity Measurement Without the Measuring Equipment Flavio Augusto Franco Ferreira - FLEXTRONICS - FIT TECNOLOGIA Vortex Shedding Simulation from a Cylindrical Body in Current Water Bianca Almeida - PETROBRAS / ESSS 15:10 KARP - Insulated Piercing Connector developed for Overhead Spacer Networks in range of 15 to 35 kv Roberto Luiz Escobar - KRJ Industria e Comércio Numerical Simulation of an Academic Scramjet Álvaro Francisco Santos Pivetta - ITA C-band Horn Antenna Array Design with HFSS Claudio Motta - USP Displacement Thickness Evaluation for BPM - Type Airfoil - TE Prediction Models Joseph Y. Saab Jr. - IMT Instituto Mauá de Tecnologia 15:30 Correction on the Theory of Naval Structures Analysis Using Parametric FEM of a Ship in True Scale Bruno Pegoraro - USP Numerical Simulation of Binary Gas Flow in a Plasma Torch Reactor Cintia Soares - UFSC RFID System Design Optimization Gilberto de Tadeu Santos Souza - UNICAMP 15:50 REFRESHMENTS AND ASK THE EXPERT Structural Mechanics Fluid Dynamics Structural Mechanics DEM / Multiphysics Chairman Roberto Silva Fabio Yukio Rafael Vetturazzi Nicolas Spogis 16:20 Structural Evaluation of a Corroded Chimney Hervandil Morosini Santanna - PETROBRAS Temperatures Analysis of a FPSO Offloading Hoses Under Flare Radiation Carlos Eduardo Reuther de Siqueira - PETROBRAS Lighter-than-Air Technology: Tensile Structures Modelling Luiz Otavio Furtado Ferreira - Airship do Brasil Use of CFD Simulation for the Thermal Insulation Design of the Sinter Plant s Primary Dedusting System of ArcelorMittal Tubarão Rafael Sartim - ArcelorMittal Tubarão Assessment of the Flow of Iron ore Through a Chute Using Discrete Element Method Marcos Estevão Assumpção - Anglo American 16:40 Comparison of Different Local Stress Approaches for Fatigue Assessment of Subsea Equipment Based on Finite Element Analysis Alexandre Miguel Calhau Martins - Technip 17:00 Thermo-mechanical FEA Applied on Fracture Behavior Assessments of Carbon Steel Flanges in Low Temperatures Almir Sobral Monteiro da Silva - PETROBRAS CFD Study of the Constructive Parameters of a Solar Chimney Roberto Kinceler - CELESC Dynamic Analysis of a Semi-Trailer Mounted Platform for Highly Mobile Electrical Heavy Equipment Vinicius de Almeida Lima - VirtualCAE Blast Furnace 02 Tuyere Cooling System - Heat and Fluid Dynamic Analysis Sergio Mattedi - ArcelorMittal Tubarão Numerical Study of Gas-Liquid Flow Patterns in Ducts: Comparison with Baker Chart Predictions Cintia Soares - UFSC Geometric Changes in Pitman-Arms Thiago Bonjorno Bredoff - SIFCO Tridimensional Numerical Finite Element Method to Simulate Deep Tunnels with Shotcrete Lining Paola Villalba Fiore - UFRGS 17:20 Comparison Between the Three Methods of Analysis of ASME Sec VIII div 2 for Protection Against Plastic Colapse Flavio Pereira de Moraes - BRASKEM Hydraulic Transient Analysis of Surge Tanks Antonio Braulio Neto - EPUSP Beginning with Composite Simulation Rheology, Simulation and Validation Igor Rodrigues - UFABC Thermomecanical Modeling of Mass Concrete Constructed in Layers Flávio Mamede P. Gomes - FURNAS 17:40 Structural Integrity Analysis of Tank Bottom Damaged by Corrosion Maurício Pacheco - PETROBRAS / ESSS Development of a Customized interface for Flare CFD Simulations Daniel Ludwig - PETROBRAS / ESSS Predicting Resonant Behavior in Planetary Gear Rings Using ANSYS Rafael Rodarte - SEW EURODRIVE A Numerical Study and Analysis of the Reactive Flow of a Microturbine Combustor with a Rotating Casing Diogo Dantas Ribeiro - PETROBRAS Technical Discussion Structural Mechanics Technical Discussion Fluid Dynamics Technical Discussion Electromagnetics Technical Discussion Optimization
11 USER TECHNICAL SESSIONS uu May 07 Room Lorangerie I Lorangerie II Malmaison Chambord Structural Mechanics Fluid Dynamics Fluid Dynamics Electromagnetics Chairman Eduardo Araujo Martin Kessler Leon White Juliano Mologni 14:30 Thermo-mechanical analysis of refractory nozzles with temperature-dependent material properties Alexandre Dolabella Resende - Magnesita Development of a Reaction Model for a HDT Reactor with the Use of CFD Alexandre de Oliveira Silva - UNICAMP Automotive Water Ingestion and Pressure Analysis Using Multiphase CFD Filipe Fabian Buscariolo - General Motors Thermal Simulation of a Distribution Transformer Integrated to an Electronic On-Load Tap Changer Carlos Renato Faleiro - UFSM 14:50 Thermo-Structural Analysis of a Steel Shop Ladle Luiz Otavio Rocha Peres - USIMINAS CFD in Agitation and Mixing - Key of Success Alexandre Sampaio de Lima Malagodi - SEMCO Complex Brake System Simulation Using Fluent - 30 min Down Hill Monitoring Julio Cesar Lelis Alves - General Motors Cognitive Network Based on Reconfigurable Antennas and FPGA Processing Marilia Martins Bontempo - INATEL 15:10 Thermal-mechanical Numerical Simulation of RH-degasser s Snorkel: a Submodeling Approach Lucas Breder Teixeira - Magnesita 15:30 Optimization of Components Composite Materials for Water Meter: A Heuristic Considering the FEA Methodology Bruno Brasseolotti - ITRON Rapid Design of an optimized Radial Compressor using CFturbo and ANSYS Enrique Correa - CFturbo Software & Engineering GmbH CFD Numerical Simulations of Hydraulic Turbine Type Francis Julio Duarte - iesss Water and Water-Urea Mixture Evaporation Comparison in SCR System for Diesel Engine Vehicle Renan Sadao Kuroda Rodrigues - TENNECO Water Flow Simulation over a Vehicle s Roof Using Multiphase CFD Filipe Fabian Buscariolo - General Motors 15:50 REFRESHMENTS AND ASK THE EXPERT Structural Mechanics Structural Mechanics Multidisciplinary Design Optimization Fluid Dynamics Chairman Giuseppe Mirlisenna Fabiano Diesel Guilherme Jenovencio Armando Souza 16:20 Dynamic Analysis of Mill Bases Frederico Mol Alvares da Silva - KOT ENGENHARIA A Transient Dynamics Simulation Model for Reciprocating Compressors with Advanced Functions on Rigid Body Dynamics Fernando Diaz - UFSC Optimization of the Parameters of a Model Pump in Electric Submersible Pumping Systems Ana Carla Andrade - UFRN Numerical Model of the Dielectric Effective Permittivity for the Equivalent Circuit Method in Square Loop Frequency Selective Surfaces Mario Alberto Rodriguez Barrera - UFSC A Sapphire Cavity Prototype at 10 GHz Using HFSS Software Vanessa Magri - UFF Simulation of the 3D Incompressible Turbulent Viscous Flow Around a Complete INPAER Aircraft Marcos Soares - INPAER 16:40 Safety Assessment of Inclined Buildings in Santos Paulo de Mattos Pimenta - Escola Politécnica da USP Simulation of Bolted Connections with Threaded Hole in Gray Cast Iron Component with Experimental Validation Róbinson João Jabuosnki Júnior - Stara S.A. Optimization of a Gasification Process in a 5MW Circulating Fluidized Bed Unit Using modefrontier Daniel Augusto Kestering - SATC Computational Modeling of Primary Gas Cleaning System for Blast Furnace Leonardo Camilo dos Reis - USIMINAS 17:00 FEM Structural Analysis for a Hydraulic Balanced Cantilever Equipment Carlos Alberto Medeiros - UMC Simplified Bolt Thread Modeling on Workbench Mattias da Silva Castro - EMBRACO Applications of modefrontier in Liquid Propellant Rocket Engine Design Bernardo Reis Dreyer de Souza - Instituto de Aeronautica e Espaco Use of Hexa Meshing for Robust Results Gustavo Trapp e Marcello Areal - EMBRAER 17:20 Reinforcement of the Coverage of the Engenhão Stadium Nelson Szilard Galgoul - NSG Engenharia Splined Wheel Stud Interference Contact Sergio Scabar - ZF do Brasil Ltda. Optimization of the Geometric Parameters for Longitudinal Vortex Generators Applied to fin-tube Compact Heat Exchanger Leandro Oliveira Salviano - USP Numerical Simulation on Shock Tube Bruno Coelho Lima - ITA 17:40 FSI, Applying the Check Engineering Revision of the Beira Rio Stadium Nelson Fiedler - FIEDLER Engenharia Linear Analysis to Evaluate Failure in Structures Submitted to Static Loads Erico Romera Fulco - Tuper Modefrontier and ANSYS at Embraco Mattias da Silva Castro - EMBRACO Supersonic Flow at the Leading Edge of the Flat Plate Jayme Rodrigues Teixeira da Silva - IEAv/DCTA CONVERGENCE BEST PAPER AWARD AND ESSS ACADEMIC CHALLENGE AWARD
12 ESSS COMPUTATIONAL MODELING CHALLENGE: 5 th edition ESSS are pleased to invite all conference participants to visit the poster session at the foyer on May 06 and 07, The challenge was created with the objective to promote the exchange of ideas and experiences between academia and industry. The competition consists of proposing an engineering problem solution through the use of computational simulation software provided by ESSS. 5 ESSS COMPUTATIONAL th MODELING CHALLENGE 2015 uu CHALLENGE Winners ANNOUNCEMENT Winners will be announced on Thursday May 07, 2015.
13 Convergence Best Paper Award The 2015 ESSS Convergence & ANSYS Users Meeting will give out an award for Best Paper presentation at the event. This award aims to recognize the outstanding study which best encompasses the nature of engineering simulation, and to stimulate the ongoing development of analyses of increasingly complex engineering problems. The author of the best Paper will win a trip (travel and accommodation expenses paid for) to attend the ANSYS Conference & CADFEM Users Meeting (ACUM) in Bremem, Germany, June 24th-26th. uu Winners ANNOUNCEMENT Winners will be announced on Thursday May 07, uu Nominees Thermo-Mechanical Analysis of Refractory Nozzles with Temperature-Dependent Material Properties Alexandre Dolabella Resende - Magnesita Thermo-Mechanical FEA Applied on Fracture Behavior Assessments of Carbon Steel Flanges in Low Temperatures Almir Sobral Monteiro da Silva - PETROBRAS Applications of modefrontier in Liquid Propellant Rocket Engine Design Bernardo Reis Dreyer de Souza - Instituto da Aeronáutica e Espaço (IAE) Dynamic Analysis of a Semi-Trailer Mounted Platform for Highly Mobile Electrical Heavy Equipment Vinicius de Almeida Lima - VirtualCAE Automotive Water Ingestion and Pressure Analysis Using Multiphase CFD Filipe Fabian Buscariolo - General Motors Development of a Reaction Model for a HDT Reactor with the Use of CFD Alexandre de Oliveira Silva - UNICAMP Simplified Bolt Thread Modeling on Workbench Mattias da Silva Castro - Embraco CFD Assisted Offshore Helideck Design Daniel Fonseca de Carvalho e Silva - PETROBRAS
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