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2nd European Multibody Simulation User Group Meeting

SIMULIA is pleased to announce its second European Multibody Simulation User Group Meeting.

This year’s event will take place in Braunschweig, Germany on Tuesday 7th November. This one-day User Group Meeting will demonstrate SIMULIA’s multibody simulation capabilities with a primary focus on Simpack software.

Our primary goal, as always, is to give users an opportunity to share their MBS and Simpack experiences and learn about new modeling and analysis strategies but this year’s MBS UGM will focus primarily on Transport & Mobility.

The MBS UGM will bring together Simpack experts and users, and MBS specialists from all around the world, who will share their knowledge and demonstrate the technical diversity of SIMULIA’s MBS technical capabilities. Attendees will also hear about the latest Simpack features and how they can be applied to further enhance productivity with Simpack.

This is a unique opportunity to experience state-of-the-art MBS technology, meet major players in this field and network with accomplished and new users from a wide range of industries

Why should you attend the SIMULIA MBS User Group Meeting?

·         This is the only SIMULIA User Meeting in Europe focused totally on multibody simulation technology

·         Hear Simpack users talk about their use of Simpack on real life projects

·         Learn about the latest Simpack features and see how they can be applied to further enhance your productivity in the MBS environment

·         Network with leading MBS experts, Simpack users and specialist engineers to share knowledge, expertise and methodologies

·         This is an essential event for Simpack multibody simulation users and soon-to-be users, as well for all other multibody simulation software users such as Abaqus or Dymola

Download the Multibody Simulation UGM eBook!

We look forward to seeing you in Brunswick at our 2nd SIMULIA European MBS UGM event!

The European SIMULIA MBS UGM on Tuesday, 7th November 2017 will be held in conjunction with the SIMULIA German Regional User Meeting, which will take place at the same venue on 8th-9th November and the Durability User Group Meeting on Friday 10th November.

Please Note: Both, the MBS and Durability User Group Meetings, will be held in English, the GER RUM will be in German.


Agenda (tentative)


Doors Open & Registration


Session 1



Steve Mulski - Dassault Systemes SIMULIA


Executive Remarks

Matthias Auer - Dassault Systemes SIMULIA


NVH Analysis of Electric Drives

Thomas Liebernickel - Dassault Systemes SIMULIA


Simpack Development Updates

Wolfgang Trautenberg - Dassault Systemes SIMULIA


Simpack FlexBodies

Stefan Dietz - Dassault Systemes SIMULIA


Coffee/Tea Break & Exhibition


Session 2


Implementation and Application of Simpack Multi-Attribute Vehicle Models at Toyota Motor Europe

Ernesto Mottola - Toyota Motor Europe


Advanced Methods for the Multibody Simulation of Valve Train Systems

Sören Herweg - Daimler AG


Hypoid Gear Mesh Simulation Methodology for Rear Axle Whine Evaluation

Manasvi Saxena - Mercedes Benz R&D India Pvt. LTD


Lunch & Exhibition


Session 3


Efficient Analysis of Drivetrain induced Vibrations in Commercial Vehicles using an In-House Tool based on Simpack QtScript

Marc Lässing – Daimler AG


Simpack Biomotion Driver and Occupant Models for Single-Track, Multi-Track and Other Vehicles

Valentin Keppler – Biomotion Solutions


Dampit: A Tool For The Optmisation of Physical Damping Coefficients of a Multibody Simualtion Model

A. Rezaeian - MESH


Simulation of running railway track maintenance trains at MATISA

Remi Alliot – Dassault Systemes France / Matisa


Coffee Break & Exhibition


Session 4


Integration of Measured Receptance into a Time Domain Simulation of a Multibody Model using Simpack

Johannes Woller - TU Dresden


Initial Experience for the Verification of Vehicle Models According to EN14363: 2016 Annex T

Rolf Naumann, Stephan Behringer - Uni Bielefeld


Comparison of semi-analytical methods for frame load evaluation on a recreational vehicle

Nicolas Joubert - University of Sherbrooke