Barriers to the effective use of finite element analysis in industry

J. Wood

Research output: Contribution to conferenceOther

22 Downloads (Pure)

Abstract

This workshop represents the first step in a comprehensive and wideranging pan-European information gathering exercise on a topic that is at the heart of the FENET project. The following three categories of industrial organisation have been identified and all have a valuable input to the workshop. The FENET world-wide survey, which sought to establish the significance of barriers to the effective use of finite element analysis across a range of industry sectors, including Aerospace, Land Transport, Biomedical, Civil Construction, Consumer Goods, Marine and Offshore, Power and Pressure Systems and Process & Manufacture, ran from November 2002 - July 2003. The survey, consisting of over 450 questions, included a wide range of issues covering education and awareness, the staffing of FE projects, the cost of FE products; support-related matters in the widest sense, and an extensive list of functionality-related matters, including integration of the analysis function. Particular emphasis was placed on the topics of multi-physics & analysis technology, life extension & durability and product & system optimization, as these are identified themes within the FENet project.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages2
Publication statusPublished - 2002
EventFENET Workshop - Copenhagen, Denmark
Duration: 27 Feb 200228 Feb 2002

Conference

ConferenceFENET Workshop
CountryDenmark
CityCopenhagen
Period27/02/0228/02/02

Fingerprint

Industry
Finite Element
Finite element method
Durability
Physics
Multiphysics
Education
Range of data
Exercise
Sector
Covering
Costs
Optimization
Awareness
Heart
Life

Keywords

  • finite element analysis
  • design engineering
  • analysis technology
  • physics

Cite this

Wood, J. (2002). Barriers to the effective use of finite element analysis in industry. FENET Workshop, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Wood, J. / Barriers to the effective use of finite element analysis in industry. FENET Workshop, Copenhagen, Denmark.2 p.
@conference{29be511f1d0d409e973eb51572602b1d,
title = "Barriers to the effective use of finite element analysis in industry",
abstract = "This workshop represents the first step in a comprehensive and wideranging pan-European information gathering exercise on a topic that is at the heart of the FENET project. The following three categories of industrial organisation have been identified and all have a valuable input to the workshop. The FENET world-wide survey, which sought to establish the significance of barriers to the effective use of finite element analysis across a range of industry sectors, including Aerospace, Land Transport, Biomedical, Civil Construction, Consumer Goods, Marine and Offshore, Power and Pressure Systems and Process & Manufacture, ran from November 2002 - July 2003. The survey, consisting of over 450 questions, included a wide range of issues covering education and awareness, the staffing of FE projects, the cost of FE products; support-related matters in the widest sense, and an extensive list of functionality-related matters, including integration of the analysis function. Particular emphasis was placed on the topics of multi-physics & analysis technology, life extension & durability and product & system optimization, as these are identified themes within the FENet project.",
keywords = "finite element analysis, design engineering, analysis technology, physics",
author = "J. Wood",
year = "2002",
language = "English",
note = "FENET Workshop ; Conference date: 27-02-2002 Through 28-02-2002",

}

Wood, J 2002, 'Barriers to the effective use of finite element analysis in industry' FENET Workshop, Copenhagen, Denmark, 27/02/02 - 28/02/02, .

Barriers to the effective use of finite element analysis in industry. / Wood, J.

2002. FENET Workshop, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceOther

TY - CONF

T1 - Barriers to the effective use of finite element analysis in industry

AU - Wood, J.

PY - 2002

Y1 - 2002

N2 - This workshop represents the first step in a comprehensive and wideranging pan-European information gathering exercise on a topic that is at the heart of the FENET project. The following three categories of industrial organisation have been identified and all have a valuable input to the workshop. The FENET world-wide survey, which sought to establish the significance of barriers to the effective use of finite element analysis across a range of industry sectors, including Aerospace, Land Transport, Biomedical, Civil Construction, Consumer Goods, Marine and Offshore, Power and Pressure Systems and Process & Manufacture, ran from November 2002 - July 2003. The survey, consisting of over 450 questions, included a wide range of issues covering education and awareness, the staffing of FE projects, the cost of FE products; support-related matters in the widest sense, and an extensive list of functionality-related matters, including integration of the analysis function. Particular emphasis was placed on the topics of multi-physics & analysis technology, life extension & durability and product & system optimization, as these are identified themes within the FENet project.

AB - This workshop represents the first step in a comprehensive and wideranging pan-European information gathering exercise on a topic that is at the heart of the FENET project. The following three categories of industrial organisation have been identified and all have a valuable input to the workshop. The FENET world-wide survey, which sought to establish the significance of barriers to the effective use of finite element analysis across a range of industry sectors, including Aerospace, Land Transport, Biomedical, Civil Construction, Consumer Goods, Marine and Offshore, Power and Pressure Systems and Process & Manufacture, ran from November 2002 - July 2003. The survey, consisting of over 450 questions, included a wide range of issues covering education and awareness, the staffing of FE projects, the cost of FE products; support-related matters in the widest sense, and an extensive list of functionality-related matters, including integration of the analysis function. Particular emphasis was placed on the topics of multi-physics & analysis technology, life extension & durability and product & system optimization, as these are identified themes within the FENet project.

KW - finite element analysis

KW - design engineering

KW - analysis technology

KW - physics

M3 - Other

ER -

Wood J. Barriers to the effective use of finite element analysis in industry. 2002. FENET Workshop, Copenhagen, Denmark.