The 2nd Steering Committee meeting of COMPOSELECTOR project took place in Bordeaux on 14 of June 2017 hosted by ESI-Group (Dr P. De LUCA and Dr S. Mueller).  The Project’s results for the previous six-month period and work plan for June 2017-December 2017 were presented and dicusssed during this meeting. All project partners have participated in the meeting and appreciated project achievements.

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From left to right: L. Adam (Exstream), M. Fouinneteau (Airbus), D. Dykeman (Granta), P. Polinska (Goodyear), H. Koelman (Dow), S. Belouettar (LIST),  S. Mueller (ESI), P. De Luca (ESI), A. Daouadji (INSA-Lyon), A. Berto (Granta), M. Petrolo (Polito), E. Paulini (U. Trieste), Dominico (U. Trieste), B. Patzakl (U. Prague) and G.Giunta (LIST).

Meeting Agenda:

  • Project Status, Deliverables and Running Tasks
  • Project Management: Internal and External Communication
  • Presentation of the D6.1: Interim Report
  • Application cases: specifications and requirements
    • Technical Specification of Airbus application case.
    • Technical Specification of Dow application case
    • Technical Specification of the GY application case
  • Presentation and Discussion of the MODA requirements for COMPOSELECTOR.
  • Open Discussion for the definition of the MODA and workflow templates
  • Open Discussion of the technical specifications and requirements of the model and data workflows
  • Presentation and discussion of the requirements and specification for MuPIF platform
  • Presentations on the Database and DMP: Discussions and input from partners
  • Definition of the Partners Contribution to the modelling workflow
  • Data Management Plan (Discussion and Inputs)
  • Wrap up

Multiscale Composite Material Selection Platform with a Seamless Integration of Material Models and Multidisciplinary Design Framework (COMPOSELCTOR) project had it kick-off meeting at the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology on the 11th and 12th of January 2017. 

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Marco Petrolo, Laurant Adam, Gaetano Giuta, Dona Dykeman, Marco Pagani, Angela Madeo, David Ruch, Salim Belouettar, Patrick De Luca, Hein Koelman, Ahmed Makradi, Philippe Dubois, Anne de Baas (Project Officer), Rajab Said, Stephanie Friob, Erik Laurini, Thomas Tamisier, Ali Daouadji, Pietro Asinari, Sabrina Pricl. 

 

COMPOSELECTOR organised a training on MuPIF training at the University of Prague on the 27th and 28th of March 2017.  MuPIF is a Multi-Physics Integration Platform developed in the framework of a former European Project. MuPIF will be used in the context of COMPOSELECTOR project to facilitate the implementation of the multi-physics and multi-level simulations built from independently developped components. The main role of the platorm is to steer individual components (applications) and to provide high-level data exchange services. Each application should implement an interface that allows to steer application and execute data requests. The design supports vaious coupling strategies, decretization techniques, and also distributed applications. 

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Meeting Agenda

  •   Project Status: Deliverables and Running Tasks
  •   Project External Communication
  •   Project Management plan, Quality & Risk management plan
  •   Transport and Aerospace application cases: specifications and requirements
  •   Data Management Plan
  •   Technical specifications and requirements of the model and data workflows (Borek and all)
  •   Requirements and specification for MuPIF
  •   Software quality management report

MuPIF training session

  •   MuPIF – Introduction, design and installation
  •   MuPIF – Network communication (ssh, VPN) and simple examples
  •   MuPIF – Coupled/linked models and communication, outputs
  •   MuPIF – Writing APIs to external codes, steering scripts I
  •   MuPIF – Writing APIs to external codes, steering scripts II
  •   Wrap up: Emphasis on the specification and requirement of the study case.

Training Materials