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  • Andreas BARCHANSKI

    SIMULIA Electromagnetics Industry Process Consultant Senior Manager - Dassault Systemes

    SIMULIA Electromagnetics Industry Process Consultant Senior Manager - Dassault Systemes

    Andreas BARCHANSKI > Speaker > Dassault Systèmes® Andreas BARCHANSKI > Speaker > Dassault Systèmes®

    Andreas is a senior solution consultant for electromagnetic simulation at Dassault Systemes in Darmstadt, Germany. After receiving his Ph.D. in numerical electromagnetics from the Darmstadt University of Technology in 2007 he has joined CST that later became a part of Dassault Systems. His main interest lies in the simulation of electromagnetic compatibility of electronic systems, ranging from high-speed to power electronics.

    EMC Simulation of an Electrical Vehicle Powertrain

    The automotive industry has recently experienced a tremendous push towards electrification and all OEMs are planning to develop new electric cars. Especially hybrid (HEV) and battery electric vehicles (BEV) are developed and needed to fulfill ambitious CO2 emission targets faced by OEMs. This paradigm shift poses completely new challenges in the development process of these cars. One of these new challenges is the electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) for such a vehicle.

    In this webinar, we will demonstrate how to simulate the EMC of the electric power train of an electric vehicle. The simulation will be build up step by step from component to system to full vehicle level. We will start with the inverter then add a filter and demonstrate how the motor influences emission. A special section will be dedicated to cables as careful cable design is one of the keys to a compliant system. Finally, all components will be assembled into a virtual twin of the vehicle for EMC simulation.

  • Chris JONES

    SIMULIA IPS, Global High Tech Industry Process Expert Specialist - Dassault Systèmes

    SIMULIA IPS, Global High Tech Industry Process Expert Specialist - Dassault Systèmes

    Chris JONES > Speaker > Dassault Systèmes® Chris JONES > Speaker > Dassault Systèmes®

    Chris JONES graduated from the University of Paderborn (Germany) in 2010 with an electronic engineering diploma, focused on the numerical simulation of electromagnetic waves and waveguides. Following that he spent two years researching plasmonics at the University of Hagen (Germany).

    In 2013 he joined Dassault Systèmes in Munich (Germany) working as a solution consultant for systems engineering & numeric simulation. He relocated to the United States in the summer of 2016 to support the simulation market across all industries in North America.

    Multiphysics Process for eDrive Engineering

    Developing a high-performance eDrive to propel modern electric vehicles is an inherent multiphysics and multidisciplinary problem; involving multiple engineers with various backgrounds working on one design to achieve peak performance. Digital continuity allows the physical behavior of the final product to be virtually evaluated and optimized across multiple domains. These aspects shall be demonstrated within the 3DEXPERIENCE platform by the example of an electric drive development cycle. The engineering typically starts from high-level requirements, which are going to be refined by running 1D simulation models. This information will then be used to create the detailed geometry, which is the basis for multiphysics simulation. Associativity between CAD and CAE and the orchestration of the simulation process will help to easily run loops to optimize the geometry of this complex system until the detailed requirements are validated successfully. When deployed with the 3DEXPERIENCE platform, users innovate and accomplish more because they save time on model preparation and results tracking. This allows them to find and focus on the design changes that matter.
     

  • Chun TONG CHIANG

    SIMULIA Electromagnetics Industry Process Consultant Senior Manager - Dassault Systemes

    SIMULIA Electromagnetics Industry Process Consultant Senior Manager - Dassault Systemes

    Chun TONG CHIANG > Speaker > Dassault Systèmes® Chun TONG CHIANG > Speaker > Dassault Systèmes®

    CT CHIANG received his B. Eng (Hons) in Electronics, majoring in Telecommunication in 2001 from Multimedia University, Malaysia. From 2001 – 2002, he worked as Manufacturing Engineer in Sony Electronics Malaysia, designing test fixtures and procedures. He then returned to Multimedia University and obtained M.Eng.Sc degree in Microwave Engineering in 2005. In his Master's studies, he was focusing on Anechoic Chamber construction, qualification, Radar Cross Section (RCS) research, and Microwave Imaging. 

    He worked as an antenna design engineer for Laird Technology, which focused on antenna in handheld devices. He then started with work with CST in 2007, as an Application Engineer. He was involved in technical support for various topics, involving RF / Microwave, EDA, EMC, and low-frequency applications. In 2013, he worked as Sales and Technical Support Manager, which divided his time between Technical Sales and Support Activities in South East Asia countries. Since 2020, In 2017, he worked as SIMULIA Electromagnetic Industry Process Consultant Senior Manager, where he mainly takes care of CST product-related activities, managing, and upbringing technical team in the APAC region to cater for the upcoming electromagnetic market.

    High-Speed PCB Simulation and Measurements

    Simulation with CST Studio Suite, a SIMULIA simulation tool, made it possible for designs to be examined without the cost of constructing a prototype, and field visualization allow unexpected design behaviors to be identified by eye. For 3D simulation to be useful, the simulated results need to correlate with the measured data. A good agreement between the two is necessary to build confidence in the simulated data, which, however, can be a challenging task. In this presentation, there are several factors for a good correlation are addressed, in both frequency domain and time domain. For example, material properties must be modeled properly, but normally unknown at the frequencies of interest.

  • Dayanidhi PANDA

    Industry Process Consultant Manager - Dassault Systemes

    Industry Process Consultant Manager - Dassault Systemes

    Dayanidhi PANDA > Speaker > Dassault Systèmes® Dayanidhi PANDA > Speaker > Dassault Systèmes®

    Dayanidhi has been a part of SIMULIA for the past 12 years. He is part of the industry team and his areas of technical expertise include SIMULIA on 3DEXPERIENCE Platform, Composites, Optimization, and Multi-Body Simulation. He has worked for various T&M and A&D clients such as Bombardier, Tenneco, L&T, Ashok Leyland, Mahindra, TATA, HERO Motor, HONDA, ISRO, Airbus, CSIR, DRDO Labs, etc. He holds Bachelors's Degree in Mechanical Engineering and Masters's in Thermal Engineering.

    Speedup Model Built for Chassis & Suspension

    This demonstration focuses on Chassis and Suspension Strength and Durability Industry Process Experience which includes digitally connected multi-physics simulations of chassis and its components. Automating the meshing and modeling process improves productivity by up to 10X. CAE engineers can spend more effort in weld optimization and validation than in modeling. Maintaining a link between CAD and FEM eases the process of making design changes. This reduces repetitive work resulting from design iterations. Efficiently using and connecting modeling and simulation in the conceptual design phase has significant advantages and can be exploited in various industrial processes. It’s really different from the current CAE process.

  • Dr. Ben PINE

    SIMULIA Electromagnetics Industry Process Consultant - Dassault Systemes

    SIMULIA Electromagnetics Industry Process Consultant - Dassault Systemes

    Dr. Ben PINE > Speaker > Dassault Systèmes® Dr. Ben PINE > Speaker > Dassault Systèmes®

    Dr. Ben PINE is a SIMULIA Electromagnetics Industry Process Consultant with Dassault Systemes, where he is part of the SIMULIA Opera Support and Apps team. Ben has worked at Opera for almost 2 years and specializes in accelerator magnets, MRI machines, the magnetization of permanent magnets, and quench of superconducting magnets. Prior to joining Dassault Systemes, Ben worked for 15 years as an Accelerator Physicist on the ISIS Spallation Neutron Source at Rutherford Appleton Laboratory in Oxfordshire, UK. Ben has a doctorate in particle physics from Oxford University.

    Low-Frequency Simulation for Resistive and Superconducting Magnets

    Low-Frequency Simulation for Resistive and Superconducting Magnets SIMULIA Opera is a finite element analysis package that can be used to develop 2D and 3D models with the simulation of multiphysics effects including electromagnetics, space charge, stress, and thermal. Opera is developed for accuracy, capability, reliability, speed, and ease of use. 

    Opera has been used for more than 35 years to design accelerator magnets for both industrial and research applications. Opera has been used to successfully design all types of magnets for accelerators including permanent magnets, DC and AC dipoles, quadrupoles, and higher-order magnets, undulators, and solenoids. Opera can track particles through the simulated fields, with or without space charge effects.

    Opera can simulate both low and high-temperature superconductors, including superconducting quench events where a superconducting magnet rapidly transitions to the normal state. This type of simulation accounts for the effects of induced eddy currents and heating.

    Opera can simulate MRI machines including the main field and gradient coils necessary for the production of images, as well as the shielding required to keep operators and patients safe. There is a continuous development of requirements for MRI machines, including field magnitude and homogeneity, patient experience and safety, cost and manufacturing, and shielding. A brief overview of the use of Opera for accelerator magnets and MRI machines will be given in this talk.
     

  • Geetha AVULA

    Senior Technical Manager SIMULIA - Dassault Systemes

    Senior Technical Manager SIMULIA - Dassault Systemes

    Geetha AVULA > Speaker > Dassault Systèmes® Geetha AVULA > Speaker > Dassault Systèmes®

    Geetha AVULA started her career with Dassault Systemes in 2004 and has been with the company since then. She started as an Applications Engineer and is now the Senior Technical Manager. As a support engineer, she has provided technical training and support for SIMULIA products primarily Abaqus. She has interacted with many customers giving them guidelines on the issues they are facing, suggestions on their workflows, etc.

    In her current role, she’s responsible for driving initiatives such as Electric Vehicles, Additive Manufacturing, Cloud solutions, to be able to guide companies on the technology Dassault Systems has to offer. Interacting with many Electric Vehicles companies in India and working with the global team she is supporting quite a few clients in the EV space.

    She holds a Masters's Degree in Computational Mechanics of Materials and Structures from the University of Stuttgart, Germany.

  • Juan A HURTADO

    Nonlinear Mechanics Technology Director - SIMULIA R&D

    Nonlinear Mechanics Technology Director - SIMULIA R&D

    Juan A HURTADO > Speaker > Dassault Systèmes® Juan A HURTADO > Speaker > Dassault Systèmes®

    Juan has been working in the SIMULIA R&D organization for over 20 years. During that time he has made many contributions to the advanced mechanic's technology in Abaqus, especially in the area of constitutive modeling of materials.  As the leader of Materials Technology, Juan is directly involved in the long-term planning and development of functionality needed to address our customers’ needs in the area of materials modeling. Currently, Juan manages the Nonlinear Mechanics development team, responsible for advanced nonlinear mechanics capabilities in the Abaqus solvers. 

    Prior to joining SIMULIA, Juan held several positions in academic research institutions, including Professor of Continuum Mechanics at the University of Granada (Spain) and Research Associate at the Division of Engineering at Brown University (USA). Juan holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Seville (Spain) and an M.S. and Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from Northwestern University (USA).

    Materials/Mechanics Update

    Materials modeling technology has been one of Abaqus’ traditional strengths and continues to be an active area of development, driven by customer needs for accurate modeling of complex material behaviors and processes. The 2021 RUM presentation in this video provides an update of new material modeling capabilities that have been added to the Abaqus solver recently.

    While these capabilities can be quite powerful, proper characterization of the material model is key to increase the fidelity of the results and achieve optimal designs. Therefore, model parameters should be calibrated from test data to ensure that the model provides a correct representation of the material behavior for the application of interest. To this end, I encourage all of you to take a look at the latest enhancements to the Materials Calibration capabilities in the 3DEXPERIENCE platform.

  • Klaus KROHNE

    SIMULIA APAC Sales Director - Dassault Systemes

    SIMULIA APAC Sales Director - Dassault Systemes

    Klaus KROHNE > Speaker > Dassault Systèmes® Klaus KROHNE > Speaker > Dassault Systèmes®

    Klaus KROHNE received his Diploma in Electrical Engineering from the Darmstadt University of Technology, Germany in 2002 and his Doctor of Sciences from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich, Switzerland in 2007. From 2007 to 2009 he was a Researcher with the A*Star Institute of High-Performance Computing in Singapore. His research interest is in the area of electromagnetic simulation and component optimization techniques. In 2009 he joined CST (Computer Simulation Technology) South East Asia Pte Ltd in Singapore, which was acquired by DASSAULT SYSTEMES in 2016. Today Klaus is responsible for the SIMULIA sales and technical sales in the Asia Pacific.

    SIMULIA Technology Update and Highlights

    SIMULIA is a Simulation brand within Dassault Systèmes, the 3DEXPERIENCE company. We provide technology for simulation in each domain – covering Structures, Fluids, Electromagnetics, Multibody, Vibro-acoustics, and Automation & Optimization. This presentation offers a brief overview of these technologies and illustrates that you are using the same technology (per domain) whether you are a standalone product user or are a 3DEXPERIENCE platform user. We then highlight multidisciplinary and multiscale solutions of select industry processes and workflows. We also introduce a new unified licensing model that provides access to all solvers from the same license pool. The new model includes a cost-effective approach to encourage simulation-based design exploration. The presentation concludes with a peek into the remainder of the RUM agenda, including deep-dive sessions in each domain.

  • Kranti TANTWAI

    SIMULIA Industry Process Consultant Specialist - Dassault Systèmes

    SIMULIA Industry Process Consultant Specialist - Dassault Systèmes

    Kranti TANTWAI > Speaker > Dassault Systèmes® Kranti TANTWAI > Speaker > Dassault Systèmes®

    Kranti TANTWAI is presently working as an EMAG Industry Process Consultant in Dassault Systèmes India. He has more than 15 years of work experience in the field of Electromagnetics and circuit simulation. Currently, he is handling EMAG technical sales, support, and training activities in India.

    Previously, Kranti has worked in the Automotive and Semiconductor Industry. He has authored many technical papers in international conferences and holds a US Patent for the Design of Multilayer RF Filter and Balun. Kranti carries a Master of Electrical Engineering from the University of Notre Dame, Indiana, the USA, and B.Tech from Indian Institute of Technology – Bombay.

    Electromagnetics is Revolutionizing Our World - EMAG Updates

    The trend to develop better products, faster and cheaper, is increasing dramatically in the present economical difficult times. Many decision-makers are facing conflicting objectives such as short-term savings in operational cost, doing the same or even more work in less time, and increase innovation to realize better product KPIs. Electromagnetic simulation in the development process is helping companies to achieve better product KPIs for a wide variety of electronic products.

    Communication system products with antenna, microwave components, and associated electronics are getting more challenging, and the performance of such products has to be proven when they are installed in their working environment. SIMULIA CST Studio Suite 2021 introduces a range of new enhancements and improvements to increase the versatility and performance in modeling, meshing, and solver technologies to solve these issues.

    This presentation discusses electromagnetic simulation with CST Studio Suite across industries and highlights a few of the updates in the latest release.

  • Nilesh GAGARE

    CAE Manager - Sujan Continental

    CAE Manager - Sujan Continental

    Nilesh GAGARE > Speaker > Dassault Systèmes® Nilesh GAGARE > Speaker > Dassault Systèmes®

    Nilesh holds a master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Pune University.

    He has over 7 years of experience in the CAE domain.  He has worked in areas such as Powertrain simulations, seating system design, BIW, Interior, Plastics, Underhood Thermal Management, etc.

    Currently, he works as a CAE Manager in Sujan Continental. As a part of his current responsibilities, Nilesh works on the design & simulation of engine and suspension mounts, dampers, twist arm bushes, etc. Structural and durability requirements of chassis components, understanding failure modes of components, and correlation simulation results with tests.

  • Prakash PAGADALA

    Industry Process Consultant, Customer Process Experience - Dassault Systemes

    Industry Process Consultant, Customer Process Experience - Dassault Systemes

    Prakash PAGADALA > Speaker > Dassault Systèmes® Prakash PAGADALA > Speaker > Dassault Systèmes®

    Prakash Pagadala is an Industry Process Consultant with the Customer Process Experience team at Dassault Systemes India Pvt Ltd. His domains of expertise include Process Automation and Customization, Fatigue Simulation, Advanced Dynamic Analysis, Automotive Engine, and Powertrain Durability. He works with clients across various industries including Life Science, Transportation, and Mobility, Tire, and Industrial Equipment segments. Prior to joining DS, he was working with Altair Engineering India Pvt Ltd for six years. Prakash completed B.Tech. Mechanical Engineering from Kakatiya University and holds a Masters in Mechanical Design.

    Brake System Engineering

    The Brake system is a critical part of vehicle architecture.  A good brake system design will ensure reliability, durability, efficiency, performance, and safety where and however the vehicle is operated.  When the design is inadequate, the vehicle operator may be inconvenient to the occupants and in the worse case, no longer safe.   The Brake System Engineering Industry Process from Dassault Systemes provides designers and engineers with realistic design & simulation solutions that, when used to drive the engineering process, ensures a perfectly designed brake system that meets the customer’s expectation for safety and a comfortable ride experience

  • Prof Punit MAHAJAN

    Department of Applied Mechanics - IIT Delhi

    Department of Applied Mechanics - IIT Delhi

    Prof Punit MAHAJAN > Speaker > Dassault Systèmes® Prof Punit MAHAJAN > Speaker > Dassault Systèmes®

    Prof Punit MAHAJAN is a professor at IIT- Delhi’s Department of Applied Mechanics. He specializes in Solid Mechanics but his domain also includes Snow Mechanics, Helmet impact and heat transfer, Helmet impact and heat transfer, Precision glass moulding, Applications of Finite Elements and Composites- and their homogenization and mechanical behaviour, machining, low and high-velocity impact.

    He completed his graduation and post-graduation from Delhi University in Mechanical Engineering and his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana, U.S.A.

    He currently serves as a TRIPP Chair Professor at IIT Delhi but has also worked as a Visiting Faculty, Institute of Low-Temperature Science, Sapporo, Japan, Research Scientist, CEMEF, Sophia Antipolis, France and Science, and Technology Agency Research Fellow, National Research Institute for Metals, Japan.

    Rain Erosion and Repair of Wind Blades

    Wind energy in India has grown intensively in the last decades. Wind turbines are subject to degradation and failure caused by rain and dust leading to a reduction in energy output. The blade degradation includes leading and trailing edge erosion, matrix cracks, delamination and structural damage. Predictive computational modelling of monsoon and dust caused degradation of WT blades and subsequent repair can help in deciding maintenance schedules.

    Computational models for prediction of degradation due to rain on turbine blade coating combine the stochastic representation of rain at a location with impact and fatigue modeling to obtain damage in the blade. The rain model provides the size and velocity of the raindrop depending on the intensity of the rain. The stress distribution on the coating due to the impact of raindrops is analyzed as a fluid-solid interaction problem. The coating is modeled as a solid using continuum element and SPH (Smoothed particles hydrodynamics) or CEL (Coupled Eulerian-Lagrangian) is used to model the water drop. A comparative study of the two methods shows that they give similar results with the highest stresses close to the stress surface. Coating sometimes contains voids near the surface and sub modeling can be used to evaluate stress concentration due to these. Repeated impacts of raindrops is analyzed using fatigue equations to predict the erosion in the blade, damage in the laminate, and life of the blade. The modelling is carried with Abaqus combined with Python coding.

    The damaged blade can be repaired by scarf repair using adhesives. Effect of scarf angle, stiffness of adhesive, localized voids are some of the factors which can affect the post-repair lifetime of the blade and have been briefly analyzed. Attempts are also on to incorporate adhesive curing and post-curing behaviour into the computational model for repair.

  • Ranjit GOPI

    Industry Process Consultant - Dassault Systemes

    Industry Process Consultant - Dassault Systemes

    Ranjit GOPI > Speaker > Dassault Systèmes® Ranjit GOPI > Speaker > Dassault Systèmes®

    Ranjit is Industry Process Consultant at SIMULIA India. Ranjit has been with SIMULIA India for 5 years and has a total of 10 years of work experience. In his previous experience, he owned the design and manufacture of critical subsea oil drilling equipment for major off-shore drilling providers with his designs still operational off the coasts of Norway & Sao Paulo. His areas of expertise are non-linear mechanics, design automation & computational programming. He holds a master's degree in computational mechanics from University at Buffalo, New York, and a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from NIT Calicut. He is passionate about helping users built the best products possible in the shortest time by enhancing the capabilities of the SIMULIA portfolio using the latest automation and artificial intelligence tools  

    New Enhancements in Optimization & Durability from the SIMULIA Portfolio

    SIMULIA Portfolio of products Tosca, Isight and Fe-safe provide best in class optimization and durability tools to the simulation engineer. SIMULIA Tosca is updated with industry-leading non-linear non-parametric topology and shape optimization tools that allow users to take their FEA solutions further to obtain fast and accurate light-weighted designs. SIMULIA Isight has the latest optimization, DOE, approximation algorithms and results in analytics plug-and-play tools that easily combine with all popular FEA and numerical computing software. SIMULIA Fe-safe provides the latest fatigue life algorithms for durability assessment in a time domain and frequency domain for structures, welds & elastomers interfacing with all FEA solvers.

  • Renuka SRINIVASAN

    Director SIMULIA - Dassault Systèmes

    Director SIMULIA - Dassault Systèmes

    Renuka SRINIVASAN > Speaker > Dassault Systèmes® Renuka SRINIVASAN > Speaker > Dassault Systèmes®

    Renuka SRINIVASAN is currently SIMULIA Sales Director for India. In her current role, she is responsible for the SIMULIA business in India. Prior to this, she was WW Services Director for SIMULIA. Renuka has over twenty years of experience in the simulation business and was instrumental in setting up the SIMULIA business in India.

    She was worked with customers across a variety of industries including automotive, aerospace and defense, industrial equipment manufacturers, civil engineering, engineering services providers, among others. She was a Bachelors in Civil Engineering from BITS, Pilani, and a Masters from Duke University. 

    SIMULIA Technology Update and Highlights

    SIMULIA is a Simulation brand within Dassault Systèmes, the 3DEXPERIENCE company. We provide technology for simulation in each domain – covering Structures, Fluids, Electromagnetics, Multibody, Vibro-acoustics, and Automation & Optimization. This presentation offers a brief overview of these technologies and illustrates that you are using the same technology (per domain) whether you are a standalone product user or are a 3DEXPERIENCE platform user. We then highlight multidisciplinary and multiscale solutions of select industry processes and workflows. We also introduce a new unified licensing model that provides access to all solvers from the same license pool. The new model includes a cost-effective approach to encourage simulation-based design exploration. The presentation concludes with a peek into the remainder of the RUM agenda, including deep-dive sessions in each domain.

  • Rijin SASEENDRAN

    India Industry Process Consultant - Dassault Systèmes

    India Industry Process Consultant - Dassault Systèmes

    Rijin SASEENDRAN > Speaker > Dassault Systèmes® Rijin SASEENDRAN > Speaker > Dassault Systèmes®

    Rijin holds a master's degree in Microwave and Radar Electronics from Cochin University of Science and Technology, Kochi, India and has industry experience of 8 years in electromagnetics with many publications and a patent. Working as Industry Process Consultant at Dassault Systemes, Rijin has an interest in high-frequency electromagnetic applications and EMC simulation and worked with customers across several industries.

    Prior to the current role, he worked as Solution Consultant in Dassault Systemes and as an Application Engineer in Computer Simulation Technology. He has work experience of over two years in GE (General Electric) Global Research Centre, where he worked on various electromagnetic projects and holds a patent for wireless power transfer.

    Antenna Array Design 

    An antenna array allows to achieve high gain with multiple radiating elements and a phased array, in addition, offers the possibility to shape and steer the beam without changing the array geometry. Traditionally, such arrays have been used in defense applications, particularly for radar, but this is changing as we see increased commercial use, especially with the advent of on-the-move access to high bandwidth data. The challenge lies in achieving these radiating characteristics while keeping the undesired effects such as the mutual coupling between the elements due to their proximity to each other at a minimum.

    The design of these large arrays is typically achieved in two steps where first the element design is obtained by optimizing the Active Element Impedance and Active Element Pattern overall frequencies and scan angles and in the second step the array design is validated by inspecting the real scanning behavior and including the non-periodic structure effects. 

    This presentation highlights the fast and efficient workflows of array design functionality, which makes the design of phased arrays, at both the unit cell and full array level.


     

  • Sairamesh RAGHURAMAN

    Principal Engineer in MR RF - Voxelgrids Innovations Pvt Ltd.

    Principal Engineer in MR RF - Voxelgrids Innovations Pvt Ltd.

    Sairamesh RAGHURAMAN > Speaker > Dassault Systèmes® Sairamesh RAGHURAMAN > Speaker > Dassault Systèmes®

    Sairamesh RAGHURAMAN is an electrical engineer with a Ph.D. in MR physics from the University of Wuerzburg, with 15 years of experience in MR hardware and systems. He is currently employed as a Principal Engineer in MR RF, in Voxelgrids Innovations Pvt Ltd., a start-up located in Bangalore, India, where a next-gen MRI scanner is being developed.

  • Shripad TOKEKAR

    Industry Process Consultant Manager - Dassault Systemes

    Industry Process Consultant Manager - Dassault Systemes

    Shripad TOKEKAR > Speaker > Dassault Systèmes® Shripad TOKEKAR > Speaker > Dassault Systèmes®

    Shripad TOKEKAR has been working with Dassault Systemes for close to 13 years. Over the decade-plus career in Dassault, Shripad has been working with various customers across industries to deploy industry best processes for simulation. He started a career as an applications engineer providing technical support, training, and services and further closely worked with Automotive Industry to develop best practices, workflows & methodologies.

    In his current role as an Industry Process consultant manager, he is leading a team of experts from various domains such as Structures, fluids, EMAG, MBS & Optimization. Shripad has a keen interest in understanding the Industry processes and deploys the best practices.

    He has a Master’s Degree (MTech) from IIT Delhi in Applied Mechanics with a specialization in structural mechanics.

  • Sureshkumar MUTHUKUTTY

    Industry Process Consultant, Customer Process Experience - Dassault Systemes

    Industry Process Consultant, Customer Process Experience - Dassault Systemes

    Sureshkumar MUTHUKUTTY > Speaker > Dassault Systèmes® Sureshkumar MUTHUKUTTY > Speaker > Dassault Systèmes®

    Sureshkumar is an Industry Process Consultant with the Customer Process Experience team at Dassault Systemes India Pvt Ltd. He joined SIMULIA in Aug 2008. His domains of expertise include Process Automation and Customization, Fatigue Simulation, Advanced Dynamic Analysis, Tire Analysis, Automotive Engine, and Powertrain Durability. He works with clients across various industries including Life Science, Transportation and Mobility, Tire, and Industrial Equipment segments. Prior to joining DS, he worked with Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Services Pvt Ltd for two years. Sureshkumar has completed B.E. in Mechanical Engineering from Anna University and Computational Engineering from the School of Advanced Engineering and Information Technology. 

    Recent Enhancements in Cloud and in Abaqus

    In this session, we are going to talk about simulations on a connected and collaborative cloud platform. We will discuss how to transition to the cloud for analysts and mainstream simulation users. We will also introduce the scalable cloud simulation portfolio from SIMULIA.

    The Abaqus Unified FEA product suite offers powerful and complete solutions for both routine and sophisticated engineering problems covering a vast spectrum of industrial applications. This session will cover new features and performance improvements that significantly reduce the simulation turnaround time, enable more realistic simulation, and expand the scope of simulation.