Agenda

Donnerstag, 12. November 2009

9.10 Uhr Recent Developments in LS-DYNA - I
J. Hallquist (LSTC)
9.45 Uhr Simulation durch Kombination impliziter und expliziter Verfahren in LS-DYNA
Prof. M. Pitzer (FH Gießen-Friedberg); L. Stahl (Peng GmbH)
10.15 Uhr Pause
10.45 Uhr Neue Prozesse im Bereich Simulation Blechumformung
J. Meinhardt, A. Lipp, M. Fleischer (BMW AG)
11.15 Uhr Multi-Skalen Modellierung von Faserkunststoffverbunden: Von der Mikro- zur Makroebene
P. Middendorf (EADS Innovation Works)
11.45 Uhr Ein- und mehrachsiges Werkstoffverhalten bei hohen Verformungsgeschwindigkeiten von Metallen
Prof. L. Meyer (Nordmetall / TU Chemnitz)
12.15 Uhr Mittagspause

 

Parallel 1: Crash / Material Parallel 2: Metallumformung
14.00 Uhr Simulation von pressgehärtetem Stahl mit MAT_GURSON_JC
R. Müller, S. Schmitt (Adam Opel GmbH)
Simulation des Rollfalzens mit LS-DYNA
U. Eisele, Prof. K. Roll (Daimler AG)
14.20 Uhr Ganzheitlicher Simulationsansatz zur Versagensprognose von widerstandspunktgeschweißten Stahlblechverbindungen
R. Röttger (ThyssenKrupp Steel Europe AG); D. Pieronek (FKA); A. Marx (DOC GmbH)
Thermo-mechanical Coupled Simulation of Hot Forming Processes Considering Die Cooling
M. Medricky, R. Struck (Volkswagen AG)
14.40 Uhr Kosten-Nutzen Konflikt bei der Materialmodellierung
B. Reichert (Faurecia Autositze GmbH)
Simulation of Hot Stamping Processes with LS-DYNA
A. Shapiro (LSTC)
15.00 Uhr Pause
15.40 Uhr Mehrlagige Gewebestrukturen unter Impaktbelastung
M. Boljen, Prof. S. Hiermaier (Fraunhofer-Institut EMI)
Verfahren zur Extrapolation der Fließkurve aus den Daten des Zugversuches jenseits der Gleichmaßdehnung
M.-S. Aydin, J. Gerlach, L. Kessler (ThyssenKrupp Steel AG)
16.00 Uhr Potentiale polymerbasierter Karosseriewerkstoffe im Vollfahrzeug-Crash
A. Droste, O. Bijjargi, D. Wang, B. Qi (Dow Automotive Systems)
Verbesserte Versagensprognose in der Blechumformsimulation mit dem Materialmodell MF-GenYld+CrachFEM
G. Oberhofer, H. Gese (MATFEM)
16.20 Uhr Möglichkeiten zur Modellierung von Kohäsivverbindungen in LS-DYNA
T. Erhart, A. Haufe (DYNAmore GmbH)
New LS-DYNA Features for Metal Forming
X. Zhu (LSTC)

 

16:45 Uhr Recent Developments in LS-DYNA - II
J. Hallquist (LSTC)
17.15 Uhr Schlussworte
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