21. Econ Conference – Engineering Simulation Forum
For all those who already use engineering simulation and those who don’t!
Participation in the 21st econ Conference is subject to a fee. The participation fee is €120 for attendants from the industrial sector, and €50 for academic participants (teachers, students).
The 7 plenary sessions will highlight the potential of engineering simulation in various fields such as defence, nuclear energy, rocket development, data management and electromagnetic field computation.
After lunch, the conference will continue in 4 sections. The Structures – Mechanics, Fluid Dynamics, Polymers-Composites and Electromagnetics sections will include 3-3 technical sessions, followed by a debate panel and a live case study.
During the event’s lunch and coffee breaks, visitors can discover in the exhibiton space 3D printing technologies, carbon fibre reinforced composite printing, see the university teams’ rockets and learn about real-time simulation in the concept phase.
Following the sections, a plenary panel discussion will bring together engineers and decision-makers to discuss the use of simulation in development. The event will conclude with the award ceremony of the Simulation Study Competition.
Language of the conference is Hungarian.
23. March 2023, 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM, HUNGEXPO Congress Center
8:30 – 9:00 AM – Registration and breakfast
9:00 – 12:00 AM – Including coffee break
Gábor Kiglics – eCon Engineering Kft.
- The state of the domestic defence industry and the role of future development topics in R&D and innovation
Tibor Gulyás – TETRATECH
- Nuclear energy engineering simulations and their experimental validation
Attila Aszódi, Prof. Dr. – BME, Institute of Nuclear Techniques
- Integration of engineering simulation into the corporation-wide development process
Gábor Lóránt – Knorr-Bremse R&D
- Electromagnetic field computation as a key to modern development
Dániel Marcsa, Dr. – eCon Engineering Kft.
- Explicit simulations from more than just a military perspective
László Iván, Dr. – SVS FEM s.r.o.
- Simulation support of supersonic rocket development
Zoltán Hafner – BME Suborbitals
- Project and data management in simulation development
László Molnár, Dr. – eCon Engineering Kft.
12:00 – 1:15 PM – Lunch buffet
4:00 – 5:00 PM
- Confronting engineer and manager perspectives on the use of simulation in development – Panel discussion
Moderator: László Takács, eCon Engineering Kft.
- Simulation Study Competition – Award ceremony
1:15 – 3:50 PM – Including coffee break
- Towing hook strength analysis and lifetime calculation
Tamás Németh – ACPS
- Applying topology optimisation in the development of aluminium castings for the automotive industry
Ádám Szabó – Fémalk Zrt.
- Geometric optimisation of impeller with strength considerations
Szilveszter Tóth – eCon Engineering Kft.
- Weld modelling and fatigue calculation – Debate panel
- Can a design engineer simulate?
Capabilities with Ansys Discovery – Live case study
Fluid Dynamics Section
- Impeller optimisation with OptiSlang
Dániel Laki, Gábor Zipszer – eCon Engineering Kft.
- Steady flow simulation with transient particle tracking
Martin Papp – Knorr-Bremse Fékrendszerek Kft.
- Analysis of the impact of an incoming fluid in hot water storage tanks with stably stratified temperature fields
András Zachár, Prof. Dr. – Óbuda University
- Modelling considerations – Debate panel
- CHT calculations with Ansys Discovery – Live case study
Polymeres – Composites Section
- Injection molding simulation application at GIA Form, problems and solutions
Richárd Nagy, Kornél Kakucska – GIA Form Kft.
- A new approach to mold try-out and transfer
Szabolcs Horváth – Cavity Eye Hungary Kft.
- Composite fatigue measurement and modelling
László Kovács – eCon Engineering Kft.
- Limits of additive manufacturing and injection moulding – Debate panel
- Moldex3D injection molding simulation process,
from mold model to warpage – Live case study
- Simulation support for PCB development
Anna Nagy – eCon Engineering Kft.
- Effect of magnetic edge geometry on the electrical characteristics of the motor
Máté Hollósi – Knorr-Bremse Fékrendszerek Kft.
- Analysis of the reflective properties of configurable smart surfaces
Botond Tamás Csathó – BME HVT
- Electromagnetic simulation in academic education – Debate panel
- EMC – Radiated Emission Simulation – Live case study
Participants will have the opportunity to visit the stands during coffee breaks as well as during the buffet lunch break.
- 3D printing technologies – Varinex Zrt.
- Experimental rocket development – BME Suborbitals
- Carbon fibre reinforced composite printing – eCon Engineering Kft.
- Real time simulation with Ansys Discovery – eCon Engineering Kft.
- 8:30 – 09:00 AM – Registration & breakfast
- 10:30 – 10:50 AM – Plenary coffe break
- 12:00 – 1:15 PM – Lunch buffet
- 2:30 – 2:45 PM – Section coffee break
- 3:50 – 4:00 PM – Coffee break after Sections
21. Econ Conference – All about simulation!
Register now for the conference on 23 March 2023!
Budapest, Hungexpo Congress Center – H-1101 Budapest, Albertirsai út 10.
The attendance fee is €120 for industry participants, €50 for academy participants (teachers or students) and free of charge for speakers, panelists and exhibitors.
Registration for the 21. Econ Conference is reguired.
Registration does not oblige the registrants to pay the participation fee.
An invoice will be sent to you based on the billing information you provided during registration.
The deadline for payment of the participation fee is 9 March 2023.
The agenda is updated continuously, we reserve the right to make changes.
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