Integrated modelling of metal working processes

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Coordinator Jernkontoret
Funding from Vinnova SEK 577 008
Project duration August 2017 - March 2018
Status Completed
Venture The strategic innovation programme for Metallic material
Call 2016-04983-en

Purpose and goal

This feasibility study has made the intended steps toward the long-term vision that Swedish materials manufacturers will be able to use a combination of models to simulate and thereby also improve their metal working processes.

Expected results and effects

This feasibility study has achieved the intended results -A final report with state-of-the-art analysis, identification of knowledge gaps and requirements for modelling metal working processes -A shared vision for how modelling should be developed -A detailed roadmap of specific efforts which are required The assessment of the expected impact from the original plan is still valid, i.e. that the concept integrated modelling of metal working processes will accelerated the pace of materials development (Agenda step 3) by contributing to several goals within SIP Metallic Materials

Planned approach and implementation

This feasibility study has followed the original plan and held three well-attended workshops with focus on modelling tools, industrial requirements and international state-of-the-art. The results from these have been combined with individual input from the project partners in the final report. Bottlenecks within materials and process modelling which require particular attention have been identified and an application for a full-scale project to address these has been formulated

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Last updated 25 November 2019

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