To achieve weight and thus cost savings while maintaining the same quality and stability? The Digital Twin of a component makes it possible to realize such specifications.
Join the EICF Webinar of Altair, a well-known software development company for Digital Twins, which will be held together with FEINGUSS BLANK and learn more.
14 July 11:00 AM CEST
Dr. -Ing. Santhanu Jana from the company Altair and Andrej Wetzel from FEINGUSS BLANK GmbH give together an unique insight into the world of Digital Twins and related advantages to digital designs based on a practice example realised in investment casting. Development based on experience often means that you know what happens, but you don‘t know why! The use of Digital Twins in the development helps to convert empirical into physical knowledge. This creates a valid basis for optimization and caters the need for rising performance, lightweight or cost requirements.
The webinar presentation will:
demonstrate the application of simulation-driven design and additive manufacturing to drive next generation lightweight designs through the investment casting process.
show an integrated workflow on simulation-driven-design and manufacturability, to obtain lightweight parts in a single software environment.
feature how to apply this digital twin platform for investment casting, sand-casting and additive manufacturing or hybrid manufacturing processes.
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Dr. -Ing. Santhanu Jana
Dr. -Ing. Santhanu Jana is currently working at Altair, a global technology company providing solutions in product development, high-performance computing, and data analytics. At Altair, he works in the Global Technical Team, in area of Manufacturing Solutions. His previous job, was related to development of pre-series production processes for next generation aero-engine and automotive parts through investment casting, using TiAl and FeAl alloys. He holds a PhD in Materials Engineering from Technical University of Aachen, has extensive experience in modelling of casting and other processes and has around 15 peer-reviewed articles and several presentations.
Andrej studied mechanical engineering and process engineering at the Cooperative State University at Mosbach together with Zollern. He has been Project engineer at Zollern and Engineer for development and product technology at FEINGUSS BLANK. Andrej studied production-management & production-technology at the Center for Advanced Studies at Heilbronn while working at FEINGUSS BLANK. He is responsible for Lean Management in the company.