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SIMULIA China Regional User Meeting 2020

November 17, 2020 | 4.00 PM – 5.00 PM (CST) | Beijing |
Providing a Local Focus within the Global Conference

SIMULIA China is delighted to announce its Regional User Meeting within the Global 3DEXPERIENCE Modeling & Simulation Virtual Conference. This interactive session includes a user presentation from Biaoneng Luo, Ningbo Geely Automobile Research Institute and a tour through the latest trends and functionality from SIMULIA.

The session will be led by the SIMULIA China team and held in Chinese. The team will be available for a live Q&A chat at the end of the presentation.

Meeting Highlights 

1. Live demonstrations of the latest SIMULIA solutions

2. Voice your opinion to SIMULIA senior management attending the session

3. Listen to some of the best-in class SIMULIA applications through user presentations

4. Opportunity for fun and networking with like-minded people

Tentative Agenda 

  • Technology Trends in Simulation: Simulation driven intelligent design, manufacturing and operation; Barry Bai, SIMULIA China

This presentation will provide a brief overview on the technology trends that enable simulation driven digital twins in the whole product lifecycle, from design, test, manufacturing and extending to daily operations. The digital twins are enabled by cutting edge technologies such as model driven CAD/CAE/CAM, augmented intelligence, big data, industry internet of thing, cloud computing etc. integrated on 3DEXPERIENCE Platform. Demo videos applicable to industries such as Automotive, Aerospace and Energy will be shown in this presentation.

  • Vehicle High-speed Stability and Aerodynamic Stability; Biaoneng Luo, Ningbo Geely Automobile Research Institute

It is reported that the Hangzhou-Ningbo double line is super high-speed, intelligent, interconnected, fast, and reserved for the design of breaking 120KPH. When the vehicle is driving at high speed, passing bridge pillars, or encountering crosswinds, is there a sense of driving insecurity or even safety problems? The high-speed stability of vehicles, especially the high-speed instability caused by aerodynamic factors, is rarely studied in China. This technical exchange, combined with our case, is an inspiration.

  • Live Q&A and roundtable discussion with your local SIMULIA experts and other users