VMAP – A new and open Standard for virtual Manufacturing Workflows in 3D

15.3.2019

Seminar Fraunhofer IWM, 15. März 2019, Seminarraum des Fraunhofer-Instituts für Werkstoffmechanik IWM in Freiburg, Dr. Klaus Wolf, Fraunhofer-Institute for Algorithms and Scientific Computing SCAI, Sankt Augustin

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Was:                        Seminar Fraunhofer IWM: VMAP – A new and open Standard for virtual Manufacturing Workflows in 3D

Wann                      15. März 2019, 11:15 Uhr

Wo:                         Seminarraum W9a des Fraunhofer Instituts für Werkstoffmechanik IWM in Freiburg

Vortragender:        Dr. Klaus Wolf, Fraunhofer-Institute for Algorithms and Scientific Computing SCAI, Sankt Augustin

The ITEA VMAP project aims to gain a common understanding of, and interoperable definitions for, virtual material models in 3D CAE. Our working domain will be on continuum models with a focus on material and manufacturing modelling in FEA.
Using industrial use cases from major material domains and with representative manufacturing processes, new concepts will be created for a universal material exchange interface for virtual engineering workflows.
The concepts generated within the VMAP project will be concretised in an open software interface standard and implemented in a number of software tools. The advantages of integrated material handling will be demonstrated by six industrial use cases from different material categories, manufacturing domains and industry segments. In brief, VMAP will generate universal concepts and open software interface specifications for the exchange of material information in CAE workflows. Implementation will be realised for extended CAE tool interfaces and, where necessary, translation tools that follow the open interface specification. VMAP will also implement virtual industrial demonstrators for relevant material domains and manufacturing processes as well as provide best-practice guidelines for the community. The establishment of an open and vendor-neutral ‘Material Data Exchange Interface Standard’ community will ensure that standardisation efforts continue into the future.

Im Fraunhofer IWM-Seminar werden wissenschaftliche Themen zu den Arbeitsgebieten des Instituts vorgestellt. Die öffentlichen Vorträge finden im Seminarraum des Fraunhofer-Instituts für Werkstoffmechanik IWM in Freiburg statt. Gäste sind willkommen und erhalten Eintritt beim Empfang in der Wöhlerstraße 11.