Fundamental the i4.0 transformation is the digital representation through models of the different phases of the product value chain, including part design, manufacturing and assembly. In the future, the development of advanced modelling solutions, in combination with sensors data from processes and systems, is expected to lead to real time modelling as well as real time production optimization and correction.

For more information please contact: Chair: Prof. Jesper Hattel

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Time Schedule/Event

08:30

Registration & Coffee

09:00

Opening introduction

Prof. Jesper Hattel, Head of Section of Manufacturing Engineering, DTU-MEK

The use of virtual platforms for product development is an inherent part of the ongoing digitalization of production. The overall need for making digital twins for the entire process chain of manufacturing as well as the in-service situation will shortly be addressed, thus setting the scene for the rest of the day's presentations.

09:30

Integrated modeling of the casting and heat treatment process chain - current trends and examples from German industry

Jesper Thorborg PhD, Head of Stress development, MAGMA

Integrated modeling of subsequent manufacturing steps is a growing field in industry. This is particularly the case for cast and heat treated parts where stress analysis is used for process optimization to provide improved solutions in casting design and product quality. Recent examples with trends from the German automotive industry and a small look into the background of the applied methods will be given.

10:10

Break

10:30

Virtual product development at LEGO with digital twins

Célia Le Gouil-Jensen, MSc, senior manager for CAE, LEGO Systems

11:10

Integrated Design of Material, Manufacturing, Process and Product

Lars-Erik Lindgren, Professor, Luleå Technical University, Sweden

11:50

Lunch

13:00

Extracting fast digital twins from high fidelity models

Thure Ralfs, MSc Eng., Director at COMSOL A/S

13:40

Merging Machine Learning and Reduced First Principle Models for 3DX Twins

Dr. Alex Van der Velden, Director DS SIMULIA R&D, Dassault Systems

14:20

Break

14:40

Workshop

16:00

Closing Ceremony

16:30

Drinks reception