Belt conveyors and their elements
event.germany [at] esi-group.com
The conference "Belt conveyors and their elements" of the Haus der Technik, Essen, brings together for the first time engineers and scientists related to belt conveyors not only face-to-face, but also virtually as an annual industry get-together in 2021.
Continuous conveyors are very important in material transport, largely independent of the industry, whether in underground mining, open-cast mining or in port facilities. The correct selection of the individual components that complement each other to form a complex system is very important here. In the bulk goods industry, in addition to costs, the aspect of service life and availability also play a major role.
ESI is participating this event and present the following topic:
Methods and technologies for creating and using digital twins of belt conveyors
(Original German title: Methoden und Technologien zur Erstellung und Nutzung Digitaler Zwillinge von Gurtförderern)
Join our presentation on March 10th at 12.10pm
René NoackCAE Engineer
Dipl-Ing. Jörg ArlothJörg Arloth
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