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04-07-2014

5th Moldflow User Meeting

MF Software GmbH, Darmstadt, Germany, organizes the 5th Connect! European Moldflow User Meeting in Frankfurt, Germany, on June 3rd and 4th 2014. As a key speaker the company invited Professor Dr. Charles Tucker who developed a model for the prediction of flow-induced fiber orientation which is used as a basis for the Moldflow fiber solver.

Professor Dr. Charles Tucker will explain the fiber solver models

Professor Dr. Charles Tucker will explain the fiber solver models

Tucker, who is professor of the Mechanical Engineering faculty at the University of Illinois, USA, will communicate the idea behind the fiber orientation models to the seminar participants in order to enable the Moldflow User to make more conscious and reliable decisions for the most appropriate model in a particular application and therefore increase the certainty of results.

Other speakers are Dr. József Gábor Kóvacs from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary, Andreas Wüst, BASF SE, Ludwigshafen, Germany, and Thomas Baranowski from Ford Research Center in Aachen, Germany. Other topics of the 5th Connect! include physical and chemical foaming processes, the combination of different types of simulation such as strength calculations with the injection molding, and the possibilities of the comparison of real and calculated delay.

Following the seminar, on June 5th 2014, the organizer provides the opportunity to take part in an Associate Certification, which is the first Moldflow certification level.

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