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The FEM FORGING project which is included within the “European Lifelong Learning Programme – Leonardo Da Vinci – Transfer of Innovation Project” has just begun its journey. This project is focused upon the application of finite element simulation technologies (FEM), in the field of hot, warm and cold forging.

 

The kick-off meeting of the project was held on the 8th and 9th of November in Manchester, the meeting allowed the participants to pool and share their opinions with regard to the expected results, putting these results into a structured hierarchy, and agreeing the format which will be used to present the final product.

All the partners of the established consortium attended the kick of meeting: IPU (Denmark), dii (Italy), MFCE (Turkey), MAI and Tknika (Spain), and NAFEMS (United Kingdom) who hosted the event.

The next meeting will be held on the 13th and the 14th of March in Italy

 

The FEM FORGING project which is included within the “European Lifelong Learning Programme – Leonardo Da Vinci – Transfer of Innovation Project” has just begun its journey. This project is focused upon the application of finite element simulation technologies (FEM), in the field of hot, warm and cold forging.

 

The kick-off meeting of the project was held on the 8th and 9th of November in Manchester, the meeting allowed the participants to pool and share their opinions with regard to the expected results, putting these results into a structured hierarchy, and agreeing the format which will be used to present the final product.

All the partners of the established consortium attended the kick of meeting: IPU (Denmark), dii (Italy), MFCE (Turkey), MAI and Tknika (Spain), and NAFEMS (United Kingdom) who hosted the event.

The next meeting will be held on the 13th and the 14th of March in Italy

 

The FEM FORGING project which is included within the “European Lifelong Learning Programme – Leonardo Da Vinci – Transfer of Innovation Project” has just begun its journey. This project is focused upon the application of finite element simulation technologies (FEM), in the field of hot, warm and cold forging.

 

The kick-off meeting of the project was held on the 8th and 9th of November in Manchester, the meeting allowed the participants to pool and share their opinions with regard to the expected results, putting these results into a structured hierarchy, and agreeing the format which will be used to present the final product.

All the partners of the established consortium attended the kick of meeting: IPU (Denmark), dii (Italy), MFCE (Turkey), MAI and Tknika (Spain), and NAFEMS (United Kingdom) who hosted the event.

The next meeting will be held on the 13th and the 14th of March in Italy

 

The FEM FORGING project which is included within the “European Lifelong Learning Programme – Leonardo Da Vinci – Transfer of Innovation Project” has just begun its journey. This project is focused upon the application of finite element simulation technologies (FEM), in the field of hot, warm and cold forging.

 

The kick-off meeting of the project was held on the 8th and 9th of November in Manchester, the meeting allowed the participants to pool and share their opinions with regard to the expected results, putting these results into a structured hierarchy, and agreeing the format which will be used to present the final product.

All the partners of the established consortium attended the kick of meeting: IPU (Denmark), dii (Italy), MFCE (Turkey), MAI and Tknika (Spain), and NAFEMS (United Kingdom) who hosted the event.

The next meeting will be held on the 13th and the 14th of March in Italy