Matcor Technology & Services Pte Ltd https://cetim-matcor.com Fri, 16 Apr 2021 02:56:15 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.7.1 https://cetim-matcor.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/icon.png Matcor Technology & Services Pte Ltd https://cetim-matcor.com 32 32 Metallic Materials: Defects Analysis – 8 July 2021 https://cetim-matcor.com/metallic-materials-defects-analysis-8-july-2021 Mon, 12 Apr 2021 02:23:54 +0000 https://cetim-matcor.com/?p=15437 Find out what a failure analysis can provide you, from the determination of the failure mechanisms and their root causes, to the evaluation of the potential recurrence of the event and definition of improvement solutions.

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Metallic Materials: Defects Analysis

Find out what a failure analysis can provide you, from the determination of the failure mechanisms and their root causes, to the evaluation of the potential recurrence of the event and definition of improvement solutions.

Topics covered during the presentation:

  • Objectives of a failure analysis
  • Approach and precautions in failure analysis
  • Overview of different failure types in fracture, wear and corrosion
  • Case study to illustrate the findings of a failure analysis

Date:

8th July 2021, Thursday

Time:

15:30 to 17:00 (GMT +8), Singapore time

Topics covered during the presentation:

Features presented from case studies:

  • Context
  • Ageing of equipment
  • Proof of fatigue strength of steel structures in Europe: Eurocodes
  • Crane design, residual life of cranes and related Rules and Standards
  • Pressure vessels and boilers
  • Cetim’s general methodology for evaluation of Residual Life
  • Some industrial examples
  • Questions answers

Speakers

The webinar will be presented by our French expert Ms Hélène Morillot (mechanical engineer specialized in the failure analysis of metallic materials). She is a failure analysis engineer of CETIM (Technical Institute of the French mechanical industry).

Hélène MORILLOT

Failure analysis of simple parts or complex systems that exhibit cracks or mechanical failures:

  • Preliminary investigation, with, if needed, expertise on site
  • Selection of the adequate analysis program depending on the context and desired objectives
  • Morphological analysis to determine the failure mechanisms
  • Metallurgical analyses to check the material quality and its compliance with the specifications
  • Conclusions on the possible scenario of the failure, with determination of the root causes<.li>
  • Notice on the potential risk of other similar failures occurrence on existing systems
  • Proposal of improvement options to avoid this type of failure to happen again

Profile

CETIM: Engineer in Failure Analysis since 2008

Education

Engineering degree in mechanics, specialised in materials (Technological University of Compiègne, UTC, France)

Master degree in advanced materials (Cranfield University, UK)

WEB DISCOVERY REGISTRATION FORM

Course Name

Metallic Materials: Defects Analysis

Course Date:

8th July 2021, Thursday

Time:

15:30 to 17:00 (GMT +8), Singapore time

Venue:

From your home office and via Internet, attend a webinar with our expert for free!

Registration Form

Participation is free but registration is required.

Payment Details:

  • Registration form and course fees are to reach MATCOR before the closing date.
  • Registration will only be confirmed upon full payment.
  • Direct internet banking payment to MATCOR Technology & Services Pte Ltd, Bank: Development Bank of Singapore, Bank Code: 7171, Branch Code: 032, Swift Code: DBSSSGSG, Bank Address: 1 Kim Seng Promenade, #02-32, Great World City, Singapore 237994, Account No/Iban: 032-004152-3.
  • All cheques should be made payable to “MATCOR Technology & Services Pte Ltd” and mailed to 3 Seletar Aerospace Link Singapore 797550, Or
  • Overseas participants may choose to pay in EUR or USD.
  • Participants shall bear all bank charges for payments.

For clarification or inquiries please contact Ms. Ng Pei Shyan or Ms. Irene Lim at +65 67788285 or send an email to training@cetim-matcor.com.

Cancellation & Refund:

  • Any cancellation made after closing date – no refund, but delegate substitution is allowed.
  • Any cancellation made before closing date will receive full refund.
  • MATCOR reserves the right to cancel or reschedule the course, only if deemed necessary

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Collaboration with PaCE@NTU https://cetim-matcor.com/collaboration-with-pacentu Mon, 12 Apr 2021 02:00:02 +0000 https://cetim-matcor.com/?p=15217 PaCE@NTU and Cetim collaborate to strengthen the knowledge of mechanical industries with specific series of professional training The Centre for …

Collaboration with PaCE@NTU  

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Collaboration with PaCE@NTU

PaCE@NTU and Cetim collaborate to strengthen the knowledge of mechanical industries with specific series of professional training

The Centre for Professional and Continuing Education at Nanyang Technological University Singapore (PaCE@NTU) partners with Cetim to provide advanced engineering courses and professional development for the workforce to meet future challenges.

NTU’s Engineering & Technology was ranked 4th position in the world and 1st position in Asian order rank according to the 11th QS World University Rankings (WUR) by Subject published in March 2021.1

Cetim has a long history and extensive experience in supporting R&D, innovation and knowledge development in the mechanical industry, through its Cetim Academy and its 450 expert trainers.

We are proud to collaborate with PaCE@NTU and to embark together on important priorities for industries. This initiative will launch training courses in new and emerging fields while remaining competitive and increasing the technological capabilities of industries.

Our PaCE@NTU-Cetim courses are recognized and eligible for the SkillsFuture grant.

To learn more about the courses, please visit our website at https://cetim-matcor.com/

1Source: NTU Media Release​s

For more information, visit www.ntu.edu.sg.

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Glass Material Failure Analysis Product Contamination – 7 December 2021 https://cetim-matcor.com/glass-material-failure-analysis-7-december-2021 Mon, 12 Apr 2021 01:22:19 +0000 https://cetim-matcor.com/?p=15412 This web conference aims to present the skills and experience of more than 30 years of CETIM GRAND EST in the field of glass.

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Glass Material Failure Analysis Product Contamination

« Screwed assemblies: issues and new challenges »

Objectives:

This web conference aims to present the skills and experience of more than 30 years of CETIM GRAND EST in the field of glass.

First part: how to approach and determine the origin of a failure in the field of glass (breakage, corrosion, material defects)

After a presentation of the glass material and the mechanics of its breakage, the specificity of failure analysis relating to glass will be addressed through concrete examples.

Second part: how to identify the origin of a foreign body in glass

The identification of the origin of foreign bodies in glass is crucial, especially in the food industry.

The importance of chemical analysis but also of the characterization of its morphology in the determination of the origin of such contaminants will be presented and discussed.

Date:

7th December 2021

Time:

16:30 to 17:00 (GMT +8), Singapore time

Topics covered during the presentation:

Features presented from case studies:

  • Context
  • Ageing of equipment
  • Proof of fatigue strength of steel structures in Europe: Eurocodes
  • Crane design, residual life of cranes and related Rules and Standards
  • Pressure vessels and boilers
  • Cetim’s general methodology for evaluation of Residual Life
  • Some industrial examples
  • Questions answers

Speakers

The webinar will be presented experience engineer Mr LEROY Elric, who work in the business unit team of Assemble Technologies.

Elric LEROY

Trainer on bolted assembly and Cetim Cobra Software – active in the field of Bolted assemblies. Expertise in cold forming assemblies (riveting, clinching & etc…)

Areas of Expertises

Feasibility studies and industrialization

  • Help to choose assembly technologies and process selection
  • Specific development product/process

Assemblies design (analytic and FEM dimensioning)

  • Design analysis for different modes of mechanical loads (static, dynamic and cyclic)
  • Design improvement solutions proposal
  • Determination of the causes of the failure of assemblies

Process analysis

  • Determining the causes of the failure of a process
  • Proposals for corrective solutions, curative and preventive

Research and development

  • Technical assistance for the research and development on the customer projects
  • Participation in multi-material assemblies’ studies

Training experience

  • Training animation on bolted assemblies and Cetim Cobra Software (French and English)

Profile

  • Production engineer (EIC CHERBOURG – 2005)
  • CETIM (2006 – 2019): Engineer in the Assembly department and project management

WEB DISCOVERY REGISTRATION FORM

Course Name

Glass Material Failure Analysis Product Contamination

Course Date:

7th December 2021, Tuesday

Time:

16:30 to 17:00 (GMT +8), Singapore time

Venue:

From your home office and via Internet, attend a webinar with our expert for free!

Registration Form

Participation is free but registration is required.

Payment Details:

  • Registration form and course fees are to reach MATCOR before the closing date.
  • Registration will only be confirmed upon full payment.
  • Direct internet banking payment to MATCOR Technology & Services Pte Ltd, Bank: Development Bank of Singapore, Bank Code: 7171, Branch Code: 032, Swift Code: DBSSSGSG, Bank Address: 1 Kim Seng Promenade, #02-32, Great World City, Singapore 237994, Account No/Iban: 032-004152-3.
  • All cheques should be made payable to “MATCOR Technology & Services Pte Ltd” and mailed to 3 Seletar Aerospace Link Singapore 797550, Or
  • Overseas participants may choose to pay in EUR or USD.
  • Participants shall bear all bank charges for payments.

For clarification or inquiries please contact Ms. Ng Pei Shyan or Ms. Irene Lim at +65 67788285 or send an email to training@cetim-matcor.com.

Cancellation & Refund:

  • Any cancellation made after closing date – no refund, but delegate substitution is allowed.
  • Any cancellation made before closing date will receive full refund.
  • MATCOR reserves the right to cancel or reschedule the course, only if deemed necessary

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FA01: Additive Manufacturing Processes for Polymer and Metal Applications https://cetim-matcor.com/fa01-additive-manufacturing-processes-for-polymer-and-metal-applications-april-2021 Mon, 05 Apr 2021 02:08:06 +0000 https://cetim-matcor.com/?p=11975 A complete understanding of Additive Manufacturing technologies bound to integrate the benefits of these innovation...
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Additive Manufacturing Processes for Polymer and Metal Applications

A complete understanding of Additive Manufacturing technologies bound to integrate the benefits of these innovation on lead time reduction, complex shapes, prototyping for new products.

Objectives:

Upon completion of the training, the trainees will acquire the following knowledge and skills:

  • Comprehensive understanding of different processes of Additive Manufacturing
  • Understanding the “Pros and Cons” of each technology on a technical and economical basis
  • Able to identify the parts that could be produced by Additive Manufacturing for present and future applications
  • Able to discuss with Additive Manufacturing suppliers for the acquisition of the best parts adopting the best and latest technology

Date:

6th – 7th April 2021

Close for registration

Time:

14:00 – 18:00 (GMT+8) Singapore /
08:00 – 12:00 (GMT+2) Paris

Pre-requisites

None

Pedagogical Means:

Interactive Virtual Learning with “Classilio”. Alternating theory and practice, including case studies.

Who should attend:

Technical Director, industrial director, operations manager, manufacturing engineers, technicians, designer, supply chain management and executives, research and development team who are involved in incorporating additive manufacturing into their company’s production processes.

Course outline:

Additive Manufacturing Processes for Polymer and Metal Applications (4 modules x 2 hours in 2 days)

  • Module 1 (2h): Overview of Polymer Additive Manufacturing Processes and Application Examples
  • Module 2 (2h): Overview of Metal Additive Manufacturing Processes and Application Examples
  • Module 3 (2h): Complete Production Process in Metallic Additive Manufacturing: From Re-design through to Final Production including Economical considerations
  • Module 4 (2h): Available Materials, Defects and Controls Considerations to be Integrated and Incorporated to meet Achievable Quality for Additively Manufactured Parts

Further Recommendation:

FA 03: Design for Metal Additive Manufacturing, 5 modules, 2 hours each to be conducted in 3 days, total 10 hours of Virtual Learning.

Trainer

This virtual learning course will be carried out by Mr. Quentin CHARRON, an experienced consultant and research engineer for Additive Manufacturing.

Mr. Quentin CHARRON

Mr. Quentin CHARRON is an experienced consultant, research and development expert for Additive Manufacturing. Mr. Charron specializes in Project Management, Steering, Implementation and Monitoring of Research & Development projects for Additive Manufacturing.

Areas of Expertises

Consulting :

Guiding companies in the discovery and mastery of Additive Manufacturing for their value chain

Trainings :

  • Discovery of Additive Manufacturing for metal, polymer and ceramic
  • Design for Additive Manufacturing (multi-processes)

Design :

  • 3D modeling (Catia, SolidWorks) and stl processing (Magics)
  • Re-design for Additive Manufacturing
  • Topological optimization (Inspire)

Additive Manufacturing Production :

  • Laser Beam Melting, Electron Beam Melting
  • Metal Binder Jetting (Digital Metal & Desktop Metal)
  • Bound Metal Deposition (Desktop Metal)

Recent Projects

Strategic Diagnostic:

Actively participates in the development of diagnostic tools for companies wishing to integrate Additive Manufacturing into their production and business.

Trainer of:

  • FA 01: “Additive Manufacturing Processes for Polymer and Metal Applications” and
  • FA 03: “Design Process for Additive Manufacturing”

Production:

Manager of the Additive Manufacturing platform of CETIM Cluses: Metal Binder Jetting and Bound Metal Deposition (Desk Top Metal Processes).

Profile

Following a Master’s degree of Industrial and Mechanical Engineering, with Additive Manufacturing materials and process expertise, Mr. Quentin CHARRON joined Cetim in Year 2017 as a Service and Research Engineer.

VIRTUAL LEARNING REGISTRATION FORM

Course Name

FA01 Additive Manufacturing Processes for Polymer and Metal Applications

Course Date:

6th & 7th April 2021

Time:

Singapore Time 14:00 – 18:00 (GMT+8), France Time 8.00am -12.00pm (GMT+2 (GMT+8) for a 4-hours Total 8 hours course for four modules.

Closing Date:

24th March 2021, Wednesday.

Virtual Learning:

A link to join the Virtual Learning will be sent to you upon confirmation and receipt of fees.
Limited seats are available for best results
Registrations will be confirmed in writing and is subject to availability

Course Fee:

SGD 640.00 OR EUR 400.00 OR USD 480.00 per person (exclude GST)

Early Bird:

Registration must reach us on or before 8th March 2021, Monday:

SGD 576.00 OR EUR 360.00 OR USD 432.00 per person (exclude GST)

Group Discount:

With minimum 3 participants from the same company.
SGD 576.00 OR EUR 360.00 OR USD 432.00 per person (exclude GST)

Registration Form

To register for the course, please complete this form.

Payment Details:

  • Registration form and course fees are to reach MATCOR before the closing date.
  • Registration will only be confirmed upon full payment.
  • Direct internet banking payment to MATCOR Technology & Services Pte Ltd, Bank: Development Bank of Singapore, Bank Code: 7171, Branch Code: 032, Swift Code: DBSSSGSG, Bank Address: 1 Kim Seng Promenade, #02-32, Great World City, Singapore 237994, Account / Iban No: 032-004152-3. / PAYNOW: UEN199201190R
  • All cheques should be made payable to “MATCOR Technology & Services Pte Ltd” and mailed to 3 Seletar Aerospace Link Singapore 797550, Or
  • Overseas participants may choose to pay in EUR or USD.
  • Participants shall bear all bank charges for payments.

For clarification or inquiries please contact Ms. Pei Shyan NG or Ms. Irene LIM at +65 67788285 or send an email to training@cetim-matcor.com

Cancellation & Refund:

  • Any cancellation made after closing date – no refund, but delegate substitution is allowed.
  • Any cancellation made before closing date will receive full refund.
  • MATCOR reserves the right to cancel or reschedule the course, only if deemed necessary

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NDT Imaging of Components: What benefit for mechanical industry? – 21 September 2021 https://cetim-matcor.com/non-destructive-testing-ndt-september-2021 Tue, 30 Mar 2021 06:30:17 +0000 https://cetim-matcor.com/?p=15087 "NDT imaging of components: what benefit for mechanical Industry?"

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NDT Imaging of Components: What benefit for mechanical industry?

“NDT imaging of components: what benefit for mechanical Industry?”

Objective:

Industrial companies are currently facing new challenges to guaranty the fitness for purpose of mechanical components, in the context of the increase of security requirements and the ageing of already installed structures.

Some of the industries aim to perform NDT during the manufacture, others in maintenance during the life of the component. Imaging NDT techniques bring new solutions making easier the testing of the components.

More, a new way of applying NDT consists of the development of « IOT » measurement tools. The presentation gives elements about the technological state of imaging NDT and its connection with the IOT approach

Program:

-Evolution of Industrial needs: production, maintenance, failure analysis

-Evolutions of 2D and 3D NDT imaging techniques in X-ray, ultrasonic, and thermal infrared for defect detection

-Examples of Tomographic and Radio tomographic reconstruction

-Example of on-line integration of thermal infrared testing on forged components

-The development of non-contacting ultrasonic techniques

-Imaging NDT techniques for characterization of materials (stress, microstructure…)

-The development of IOT-NDT solutions

-Conclusion

Date:

21st Septembet 2021

Time:

15:00 to 16:30 (GMT +8), Singapore time

Topics covered during the presentation:

Features presented from case studies:

  • Context
  • Ageing of equipment
  • Proof of fatigue strength of steel structures in Europe: Eurocodes
  • Crane design, residual life of cranes and related Rules and Standards
  • Pressure vessels and boilers
  • Cetim’s general methodology for evaluation of Residual Life
  • Some industrial examples
  • Questions answers

Speakers

The webinar will be presented by our French expert Mr Henri WALASZEK, who work in the business team of Monitoring NDT & Connected Objects Noise & Vibration Hardness.

Henri WALASZEK

  • Currently NDT Senior Expert in CETIM-40 years experienced in NDT
  • Research Engineer in Petroleum Service company, in a NDT equipment manufacturer, and lastly at CETIM
  • He presented the CETIM NDT works in many conferences in France and abroad
  • He published by seventy papers and is reviewer of NDT publications in various journals
  • Up to 2016, chairman of NDT-composite- sessions of European ICS JEC conferences
  • Technical supervisor of ten PHD thesis in NDT, up to now.

Areas of Expertises

  • Focused expertise on low and high frequency-ultrasonics and high power pulsed ultrasonics
  • Development of Eddy current and ultrasonic probes, Development of experimental EMAT transducers
  • Non-destructive characterization of material
  • Expertise in innovative NDT (Composites, Thermal infrared, testing at high temperature, acoustically attenuative materials…)

Profile

  • After having obtained a Master 1 degree of physics and a
  • Master 2 degree in ultrasonics (Paris Diderot),
  • In CETIM, development of many projects on innovative methods for Non Destructive testing, for private and collective customers
  • -Expert in Permanent scientific committee of French NDT Association COFREND,
  • Formerly, expert in Standardization committee in France and Europe-
  • Trained in mixing technical approaches from different industrial fields to solve NDT questions.
  • Development of transposal of NDT concept to process monitoring.

WEB DISCOVERY REGISTRATION FORM

Course Name

NDT Imaging of Components: What benefit for mechanical industry?

Course Date:

21st September 2021, Tuesday

Time:

15:00 to 16:30 (GMT +8), Singapore time

Venue:

From your home office and via Internet, attend a webinar with our expert for free!

Registration Form

Participation is free but registration is required.

Payment Details:

  • Registration form and course fees are to reach MATCOR before the closing date.
  • Registration will only be confirmed upon full payment.
  • Direct internet banking payment to MATCOR Technology & Services Pte Ltd, Bank: Development Bank of Singapore, Bank Code: 7171, Branch Code: 032, Swift Code: DBSSSGSG, Bank Address: 1 Kim Seng Promenade, #02-32, Great World City, Singapore 237994, Account No/Iban: 032-004152-3.
  • All cheques should be made payable to “MATCOR Technology & Services Pte Ltd” and mailed to 3 Seletar Aerospace Link Singapore 797550, Or
  • Overseas participants may choose to pay in EUR or USD.
  • Participants shall bear all bank charges for payments.

For clarification or inquiries please contact Ms. Ng Pei Shyan or Ms. Irene Lim at +65 67788285 or send an email to training@cetim-matcor.com.

Cancellation & Refund:

  • Any cancellation made after closing date – no refund, but delegate substitution is allowed.
  • Any cancellation made before closing date will receive full refund.
  • MATCOR reserves the right to cancel or reschedule the course, only if deemed necessary

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Smart and Connected Machining – 24 June 2021 https://cetim-matcor.com/smart-and-connected-machining-24-june-2021 Tue, 30 Mar 2021 06:13:34 +0000 https://cetim-matcor.com/?p=15069 "Smart and Connected Machining"

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Smart and Connected Machining

The development of smart & connected machining principles and applications allow their users to face the Industry 4.0 challenges. Those principles and processes also address the current issues that are facing machining companies to maintain their technical abilities and productivity: process optimization, resource optimization, monitoring and interaction of processes.

Program:

After a short presentation of the challenges of the industry of the future (or Industry 4.0) in terms of intelligent machining, we will provide an overview of the technologies offered in the field of machining. This “inventory” will allow you to identify and highlight the different use cases and contributions of smart and connected machining technologies such as monitoring, closed-loop machining and machining process optimization.

Date:

24th June 2021, Thursday

Time:

15:30 to 17:00 (GMT +8), Singapore time

Topics covered during the presentation:

Features presented from case studies:

  • Context
  • Ageing of equipment
  • Proof of fatigue strength of steel structures in Europe: Eurocodes
  • Crane design, residual life of cranes and related Rules and Standards
  • Pressure vessels and boilers
  • Cetim’s general methodology for evaluation of Residual Life
  • Some industrial examples
  • Questions answers

Speakers

The webinar will be presented by our French experts Mr Stéphane MANIGLIER, who from the business unit team of Integrated Production Systems.

Stéphane MANIGLIER

My interests in the manufacturing processes combined with a curiosity for new technologies bring me to study the machining equipment’s évolutions mainly by visiting international trade fairs. Discovering and understanding those evolutions provided by university laboratories and manufacturers allow us to anticipate and to get prepared for the Industry 4.0 challenges.
Being attentive to the concerns of the manufacturing companies allow me to assist them all along with their projects, from their definition to their industrial property management.

Areas of Expertises

  • Technology monitoring,
  • Industrial Property management,
  • Industry 4.0,
  • Automatic aesthetic defaults detection,
  • Machining,
  • Information systems,
  • Additive manufacturing.

Profile

  • Master in advanced studies diploma in Information Systems Management,
  • Master in Management sciences,
  • Innovation and Industrial Property management diploma preparation

 https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephane-maniglier/

WEB DISCOVERY REGISTRATION FORM

Course Name

Smart and Connected Machining

Course Date:

24th June 2021, Thursday

Time:

15:30 to 17:00 (GMT +8), Singapore time

Venue:

From your home office and via Internet, attend a webinar with our expert for free!

Registration Form

Participation is free but registration is required.

Payment Details:

  • Registration form and course fees are to reach MATCOR before the closing date.
  • Registration will only be confirmed upon full payment.
  • Direct internet banking payment to MATCOR Technology & Services Pte Ltd, Bank: Development Bank of Singapore, Bank Code: 7171, Branch Code: 032, Swift Code: DBSSSGSG, Bank Address: 1 Kim Seng Promenade, #02-32, Great World City, Singapore 237994, Account No/Iban: 032-004152-3.
  • All cheques should be made payable to “MATCOR Technology & Services Pte Ltd” and mailed to 3 Seletar Aerospace Link Singapore 797550, Or
  • Overseas participants may choose to pay in EUR or USD.
  • Participants shall bear all bank charges for payments.

For clarification or inquiries please contact Ms. Ng Pei Shyan or Ms. Irene Lim at +65 67788285 or send an email to training@cetim-matcor.com.

Cancellation & Refund:

  • Any cancellation made after closing date – no refund, but delegate substitution is allowed.
  • Any cancellation made before closing date will receive full refund.
  • MATCOR reserves the right to cancel or reschedule the course, only if deemed necessary

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Fluid-Structure Interaction & CFD – 15 July 2021 https://cetim-matcor.com/fluid-structure-interaction-cfd Fri, 26 Mar 2021 07:18:36 +0000 https://cetim-matcor.com/?p=14940 What are the challenges of the fluid-structure interaction numerical modelling on industrial equipment?

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Fluid-Structure Interaction & CFD

What are the challenges of the fluid-structure interaction numerical modelling on industrial equipment?

Goal:

The fluid-structure interaction problem is considered a recent discipline due to its numerical complexity. In the past, solid mechanics assumed that the fluid acted as a constant mass or pressure, while fluid experts treated the solid as a fixed rigid structure. These assumptions are no longer relevant thanks to the computer and mathematical developments.

From the breakdown of steam generators by vibrations (energy) to the behaviour of aeroplane wings (aeronautics), including the movements of suspended bridges and ropes under the wind’s effect (constructions), and even the blood vessels deformation under the effect of the heartbeat outcome (biomechanics): all these behaviours are induced by a phenomenon of a fluid flow in interaction with a structure.

The challenge of simulating Fluid-Structure Interaction phenomena is societal because it allows avoiding service failures in sensitive sectors (nuclear, construction, pressurized equipment, etc.).

Program:

In the introduction, we will recall the societal issues by illustrating them through concrete cases (heat generator rupture, sloshing in tanks, aircraft wing vibration, etc.)

Then we will present the phenomenology of Fluid-Structures Interaction and the currently existing numerical methods which make 2 different families interact: the fluidic calculus family and the structural calculus family. In this context, we will present the techniques of coupling fluidic and structure models in addition to thermal phenomena. Finally, we will illustrate with concrete industrial cases of numerical simulation.

Date:

15th July 2021, Thursday

Time:

15:00 to 16:30 (GMT +8), Singapore time

Topics covered during the presentation:

Features presented from case studies:

  • Context
  • Ageing of equipment
  • Proof of fatigue strength of steel structures in Europe: Eurocodes
  • Crane design, residual life of cranes and related Rules and Standards
  • Pressure vessels and boilers
  • Cetim’s general methodology for evaluation of Residual Life
  • Some industrial examples
  • Questions answers

Speakers

The webinar will be presented by our experience engineer Mr Ilyes MNASSRIb.

llyes MNASSRIb

Areas of Expertises

  • Computational fluid mechanics CFD, fluid-structure interaction, heat and mass transfers (radiation, conduction, forced and natural convection), pressure drops, multiphase flows (VOF, EMP)
  • Analysis of results, calculation notes and work presentation.

Profile

Experience:

  • CFD engineer at CETIM (Senlis, FR), since 03/2021
  • AMARIS Group (engineer at CETIM), CFD engineer, Jan 2020 – Feb 2021
  • Richel Group, CFD engineer, Jun 2018 – Dec 2019
  • AMVALOR, CDF engineer, Oct 2016 – Aug 2018
  • ENSAM Angers, Professor, June 2015 – Aug 2016
  • University of Bordeaux 1, Professor, Jan 2013 – Aug 2015
  • Ecole Centrale de Nantes / IFREMER, Research engineer, Jan 2009 – Dec 2012

Education:

Phd computational fluid mechanics – Ecole Centrale de Nantes – 2012

Computer skills:

  • CFD software: Simcenter3D (STRACCM+, NX), ANSYS Fluent, COMSOL, OpenFOAM
  • Tecplot, Paraview
  • Programming languages: C/C++, Fortran 90, Python

WEB DISCOVERY REGISTRATION FORM

Course Name

Fluid-Structure Interaction & CFD

Course Date:

15th July 2021, Thursday

Time:

15:00 to 16:30 (GMT +8), Singapore time

Venue:

From your home office and via Internet, attend a webinar with our expert for free!

Registration Form

Participation is free but registration is required.

Payment Details:

  • Registration form and course fees are to reach MATCOR before the closing date.
  • Registration will only be confirmed upon full payment.
  • Direct internet banking payment to MATCOR Technology & Services Pte Ltd, Bank: Development Bank of Singapore, Bank Code: 7171, Branch Code: 032, Swift Code: DBSSSGSG, Bank Address: 1 Kim Seng Promenade, #02-32, Great World City, Singapore 237994, Account No/Iban: 032-004152-3.
  • All cheques should be made payable to “MATCOR Technology & Services Pte Ltd” and mailed to 3 Seletar Aerospace Link Singapore 797550, Or
  • Overseas participants may choose to pay in EUR or USD.
  • Participants shall bear all bank charges for payments.

For clarification or inquiries please contact Ms. Ng Pei Shyan or Ms. Irene Lim at +65 67788285 or send an email to training@cetim-matcor.com.

Cancellation & Refund:

  • Any cancellation made after closing date – no refund, but delegate substitution is allowed.
  • Any cancellation made before closing date will receive full refund.
  • MATCOR reserves the right to cancel or reschedule the course, only if deemed necessary

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Metal Additive Manufacturing: new advances for real profitability – 14 October 2021 https://cetim-matcor.com/additive-manufacturing-am-october-2021 Fri, 26 Mar 2021 06:48:12 +0000 https://cetim-matcor.com/?p=14927 Metal Additive Manufacturing: new advances for real profitability

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Web Discovery

F06

Metal Additive Manufacturing: new advances for real profitability

“Metal Additive Manufacturing: new advances for real profitability”

Objectives:

Identify by market segment the key elements favourable to the integration of Additive Manufacturing.

Program:

Metal technologies (MBJ, LBM, WAAM, M-FDM, …) and their target applications.  Presentation of the new CETIM approach for the detection and study of relevant applications for your company.

A virtual visit of the CETIM Additive Manufacturing platform in Cluses will be conducted by our team who will detail the production steps on each machine and answer your questions live.

Date:

14th October 2021, Thursday

Time:

16:00 to 17:30 (GMT +8), Singapore time

Topics covered during the presentation:

Features presented from case studies:

  • Context
  • Ageing of equipment
  • Proof of fatigue strength of steel structures in Europe: Eurocodes
  • Crane design, residual life of cranes and related Rules and Standards
  • Pressure vessels and boilers
  • Cetim’s general methodology for evaluation of Residual Life
  • Some industrial examples
  • Questions answers

Speakers

The webinar will be presented by our experience engineer Mr Quentin CHARRON or Clément LALEVE, who work in the business unit team of Advanced Additive Manufacturing.

Quentin CHARRON

  • Service and research engineer for Additive Manufacturing
  • Project management
  • Steering, implementation and monitoring of R&D work

Areas of Expertises

CETIM (2017 – today)
Service and research engineer
Advanced Additive Manufacturing team (2AM)

• 3A – Applications Additive Avancées (2016 – 2017)
• AM process engineer

• Master’s degree of industrial and mechanical engineering– Paris 2017
AM materials and process expertise

Profile

  • CETIM (2017 – today)

Service and research engineer
Advanced Additive Manufacturing team (2AM)

 

  • 3A – Applications Additive Avancées (2016 – 2017)
  • AM process engineer

 

  • Master’s degree of industrial and mechanical engineering– Paris 2017

AM materials and process expertise

Clément Lalève

  • Additive Manufacturing Engineer
  • Clément’s first experience in Additive Manufacturing (AM) starts with the « Orthopee » project at Cetim. The goal was to accelerate the integration of the Laser Beam Metling (LBM) technology in the medical industry in France.
  • After 4 years, Clément flies to New Zealand and works for a company that produces titanium components using Electron Beam Melting technology.
  • In 2020, Clément comes back at Cetim to integrate the new AM platform based in Cluses.

Additive Manufacturing (AM)

  • Additive Manufacturing processes: Laser Beam Melting (LBM), Electron Beam Melting (EBM), Metal Binder Jetting (MBJ), Bound Metal Deposition (BMD)
  • Design / Development / Industrialisation of products using AM technologies
  • Technical R&D projects, economic feasibility
  • In charge of the FA01 & F02 trainings development: Discovering metal, polymer and ceramic processes and applications

Profile

  • Mechanical Engineering – Master’s Degree at INSA Lyon – 2013
  • Erasmus Exchange at Chalmers University in Gothenburg, Sweden -2011

WEB DISCOVERY REGISTRATION FORM

Course Name

Metal Additive Manufacturing: new advances for real profitability

Course Date:

14th October 2021, Thursday

Time:

16:00 to 17:30 (GMT +8), Singapore time

Venue:

From your home office and via Internet, attend a webinar with our expert for free!

Registration Form

Participation is free but registration is required.

Payment Details:

  • Registration form and course fees are to reach MATCOR before the closing date.
  • Registration will only be confirmed upon full payment.
  • Direct internet banking payment to MATCOR Technology & Services Pte Ltd, Bank: Development Bank of Singapore, Bank Code: 7171, Branch Code: 032, Swift Code: DBSSSGSG, Bank Address: 1 Kim Seng Promenade, #02-32, Great World City, Singapore 237994, Account No/Iban: 032-004152-3.
  • All cheques should be made payable to “MATCOR Technology & Services Pte Ltd” and mailed to 3 Seletar Aerospace Link Singapore 797550, Or
  • Overseas participants may choose to pay in EUR or USD.
  • Participants shall bear all bank charges for payments.

For clarification or inquiries please contact Ms. Ng Pei Shyan or Ms. Irene Lim at +65 67788285 or send an email to training@cetim-matcor.com.

Cancellation & Refund:

  • Any cancellation made after closing date – no refund, but delegate substitution is allowed.
  • Any cancellation made before closing date will receive full refund.
  • MATCOR reserves the right to cancel or reschedule the course, only if deemed necessary

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MTS08: Tribology of Gears – Friction, Wear, Lubrication and Surface Degradations https://cetim-matcor.com/mts08-tribology-of-gears-friction-wear-lubrication-and-surface-degradations-partnership-december-2021 Thu, 25 Mar 2021 03:19:41 +0000 https://cetim-matcor.com/?p=14780 Understand the causes of failures of power transmission components (shaft, gears and bearings) to better avoid them. Implement appropriate corrective actions using a structured failure analysis approach
TBA

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Classroom Training

MTS08

Tribology of Gears - Friction, Wear, Lubrication and Surface Degradations

Understand gear failures and tribology of gears to avoid disruptions to operations. Implement appropriate corrective actions using a structured failure analysis approach.

Objectives:

Upon completion of the training, the attendants will be able to carry out the following:

  • Identify the different aspects of the incriminated parts and the causes of the failures
  • Interpret the damage in areas affected by equipment failure
  • Implement the damage analysis and the appropriate corrective actions
  • To exchange with experts in the field

Date:

TBA

Time:

Pre-requisites

To have notions of metallurgy, mechanics and kinematics of the gears.

Pedagogical means:

Teaching method alternating theory and practice through case studies or works directed.

Who should attend:

Engineers and technicians of Design Offices, production and measurement departments.

Course outline:

  • Gear drives – Overview:
    • Type of gear transmissions
    • Kinematic meshing
    • Manufacturing processes
    • Materials and heat treatments
  • Tribology for gear applications:
    • Basic notions of tribology
    • Lubrication and lubricants
    • Operation of parallel axes gears
    • Tribology of gear mesh
    • Lubrication for gear transmissions
  • Main failures of gears in service
     
    • Phenomena affecting the surface of the teeth
    • Aspects of the teeth due to permanent deformations
    • Aspects of the teeth after fracture
    • Case studies
  • Calculation of cylindrical teeth (information)
  • Monitoring of gears
    • Overview of the test methods and means
    • Monitoring of in-service reducers and gear assemblies
    • Monitoring of gear assemblies: lubricant analysis
  • Training Evaluation
    • Review daily assessment (oral)
    • Final assessment questionnaire

About the Trainer

This course will be conducted by Mr. Robert SHANDRO, Gear Failure Analysis Expert

Robert Shandro

Robert SHANDRO

Mechanical Engineer - Materials & Construction. Specialized in mechanical power transmission components. A Specialist in Failure Analysis, Consulting and Technical Assistance in industries including Aerospace, Energy, Transportation, Shipbuilding and Public Works. Member of French delegation for ISO TC60 (Technical Committee) "Gears". An expert in capacity calculation of gears, terminologies, notation, strength and quality of materials for gears.

Areas of Expertises

  • Global assessment on fixed and turning parts of mechanical systems
  • Failure analysis on power transmission components
  • Expert witness for litigation and insurance claims
  • Design and dimensioning assistance
  • Training on failure analysis
  • Standardization works.

Recent Projects

  • CGG : From failure analysis to power transmission design (gearboxes of a scientific research vessel)
  • SAFRAN : Global assessment on AGB (Accessory Gear-Box), TGB (Transfer Gear-Box)and RDS (Radial Shaft)
  • EDF-EN : Failure analysis on blade bearings and gearbox of wind turbine
  • NEXTER: Power transmission failure analysis and tests of an armoured vehicle
  • DEGREMONT: Assessment and rehabilitation of a pumping station

Profile

Career:

  • 5 years as Design Engineer (electric motors and generators)
  • 12 years as Technical Advisor (Judicial Expertise)
  • 13 years as Project Manager at CETIM
  • From year 2019-Principal Consultant at MATCOR

Graduate:

Engineer-Mechanics of Structures (UPT 1986)
Engineer-Materials (ISMCM 1992)

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MTS07: Gears – From Design to Implementation https://cetim-matcor.com/mts07-gears-from-design-to-implementation-partnership-november-2021 Thu, 25 Mar 2021 03:17:16 +0000 https://cetim-matcor.com/?p=14776 Discover the key elements needed to achieve quality gears and be more efficient in your discussions with experts
TBA

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Classroom Training

MTS07

Gears - From Design to Implementation

Discover the key elements needed to achieve quality gears and be more efficient in your discussions with experts

Objectives:

Upon completion of the training, the attendants will be able to carry out the following:
  • Consult a definition plan, a range of manufacture, a report of and extracting the useful elements;
  • Understand and follow the whole process of making a gear, design at the reception;
  • Identify the theoretical and practical elements that are essential for producing quality gears and guarantee their service life.

Date:

TBA

Time:

Pre-requisites

None.

Pedagogical means:

Teaching method alternating theory and practice through case studies or works directed.

Who should attend:

Technicians in the methods, control, quality and manufacturing departments, but also all those (project managers, sales engineers, buyers and who want to know about gears and their implementation work.

Course outline:

  • Basic concepts on the geometry of gears to “Teeth in involute”
    • Spur and helical gears;
    • Meshing (driving report, interference, slip);
    • Tooth corrections (profile and helix corrections);
    • Resistance to contact pressure and breakage, service life.
  • The principles of manufacture of cylindrical gears (for each machining process, presentation of machines and tools):
    • Gear cutting processes (hob, pinion);
    • Finishing processes of teeth (grinding, shaving, honing);
    • Other machining processes.
  • Principles of tolerancing and control of cylindrical gears:
    • Control of teeth in manufacture;
    • Metrological control of the teeth;
    • Case study: reading of plans and exploitation of measurements.
  • Concepts on the implementation of cylindrical gears:
    • Operating clearance;
    • Lubrication and evacuation of calories;
    • Behavior and the degradation of the teeth in use;
    • Notions of maintenance linked to the monitoring of gearboxes (noise, vibrations
    • Examples of gear assemblies (gearboxes with parallel trains, planetary transmissions …).
  • Presentation of other types of gears.

Trainer

This course will be conducted by Mr. Robert SHANDRO, Gear Failure Analysis Expert

Robert Shandro

Robert SHANDRO Mechanical Engineer – Materials & Construction. Specialized in mechanical power transmission components. A Specialist in Failure Analysis, Consulting and Technical Assistance in industries including Aerospace, Energy, Transportation, Shipbuilding and Public Works. Member of French delegation for ISO TC60 (Technical Committee) “Gears”.

An expert in capacity calculation of gears, terminologies, notation, strength and quality of materials for gears.

Areas of Expertises

  • Global assessment on fixed and turning parts of mechanical systems
  • Failure analysis on power transmission components
  • Expert witness for litigation and insurance claims
  • Design and dimensioning assistance
  • Training on failure analysis
  • Standardization works.

Recent Projects

  • CGG : From failure analysis to power transmission design (gearboxes of a scientific research vessel)
  • SAFRAN : Global assessment on AGB (Accessory Gear-Box), TGB (Transfer Gear-Box) and RDS (Radial Shaft)
  • EDF-EN : Failure analysis on blade bearings and gearbox of wind turbine
  • NEXTER: Power transmission failure analysis and tests of an armoured vehicle
  • DEGREMONT: Assessment and rehabilitation of a pumping station

Profile

Career:

  • 5 years as Design Engineer (electric motors and generators)
  • 12 years as Technical Advisor (Judicial Expertise)
  • 13 years as Project Manager at CETIM
  • From year 2019 – Principal Consultant at MATCOR

Graduate:

Engineer – Mechanics of Structures (UPT 1986)
Engineer – Materials (ISMCM 1992)

Course Name

MTS 06 Gears: Definition, Manufacturing, Control and Implementation

Course Date:

25th to 26th Nov 2020 (Wed to Thu)

Closing Date:

30th Oct 2020

Venue:

3 Seletar Aerospace Link, Singapore 797550

Time:

8.30 am to 5.30 pm each day

Course Fee:

SGD 1,200.00 per person (exclude GST), before any approved funding or grants

Early Bird:

10% Discount! Registration must reach us by 9th Oct 2020 OR

Group Discount:

SGD 1,100.00 per person (exclude GST), minimum 3 participants from the same company

Registration Form

To register for the course, please complete this form.

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  • Direct internet banking payment to MATCOR Technology & Services Pte Ltd, Bank: Development Bank of Singapore, Bank Code: 7171, Branch Code: 032, Swift Code: DBSSSGSG, Bank Address: 1 Kim Seng Promenade, #02-32, Great World City, Singapore 237994, Account / Iban No: 032-004152-3. / PAYNOW: UEN199201190R
  • All cheques should be made payable to “MATCOR Technology & Services Pte Ltd” and mailed to 3 Seletar Aerospace Link Singapore 797550, Or
  • Overseas participants may choose to pay in EUR or USD.
  • Participants shall bear all bank charges for payments.

For clarification or inquiries please contact Ms. Pei Shyan NG or Ms. Irene LIM at +65 67788285 or send an email to training@cetim-matcor.com

Cancellation & Refund:

  • Any cancellation made after closing date – no refund, but delegate substitution is allowed.
  • Any cancellation made before closing date will receive full refund.
  • MATCOR reserves the right to cancel or reschedule the course, only if deemed necessary

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