UQ&M in HVM Annual Report 2015

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Interested to know more?

The SIG recently hosted two seminars on UQ&M Tools and Techniques. The inaurural talks were given by Prof Tony O'Hagan who spoke on Quantifying Input Uncertianties, and the second by Dr Francesco Montomoli on the application of UQ&M to Blades and Fluids. These webinars are ready to view below.

 

Quantifying Input Uncertanties

 

Uncertainty Quantification in Fluids and Blades

Comments and suggestions of talks you wish to see (or deliver) please conatct matt.butchers@ktn-uk.org

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About Us...

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Do you make manufacturing decisions where there is uncertainty?

Is there a lack of historical knowledge in your new processes?

Are you applying conservative 'safety margins' to complex designs?

Do you want more confidence in your designs where uncertainty exisist?

Are you interested to learn how to manage uncertainties in your industrial processes?

... then this group is for you!

This online community brings together industrial users of engineering simulation and design with the mathematical and statistical sciences to addres where uncertainty quantification and management tools can be used to address those challenges above and many more. This will be achieved by:

  1. creating an active and engaged Community
  2. the creation of a number of industry led Challenges / Use Cases
  3. events and meetngs to address challenges to adoption and interactive workshops to develop industry led problems

A little about Uncertainty Quantification and Management in High Value Manufacturing

This group exists to create a group to assess, promote and supprt a UK capability in the field of uncertainty quantification and management in high value manufacturing.

Read more about Uncertainty Quantification and Management in High Value Manufacturing

Contact us

For more information on the SIG, please contact:

Dr Matt Butchers

matt.butchers@ktn-uk.org

07715 082 259

@KTNUK_Maths