MENUSIM Web Network.

  • Szabo, Peter (Project Manager)
  • Hassager, Ole (Project Participant)
  • Leblanc, Jean Leopold (Project Participant)
  • Uphus, Reinhard (Project Participant)
  • Karam, Simon (Project Participant)
  • Doumont, Jean-Luc (Project Participant)
  • Nichitti, Dario (Project Participant)
  • Dehennau, Mr. Claude (Project Participant)
  • Mitsoulis, Evan (Project Participant)
  • Legat, Vincent (Project Participant)
  • Friedrich, Christian (Project Participant)
  • Freakley, Philip K. (Project Participant)
  • Covas, Jose A. (Project Participant)
  • Valta, Kyosti (Project Participant)
  • Lagarde, Pierre (Project Participant)

Project Details


The objectives of the full MENUSIM network were firstly to set up an efficient platform for exchange and discussion between numerical modelling and measurement specialists in the field of polymer materials processing, secondly to favour a better orientation of R&D activities with respect to unsolved practical problems, and thirdly to promote the transfer of knowledge from university research laboratories to industry. The chosen platform was a Web network fed through a dedicated server that gives free access to MENUSIM forum but preserves the filtered an synthetic monthly information to subscribers.
Effective start/end date01/04/199830/11/1999

Collaborative partners

  • Technical University of Denmark (lead)
  • JL Consulting Europe Sprl (Project partner)
  • ARTTIC S.A.S. (Project partner)
  • Solvay S.A. (Project partner)
  • VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd. (Project partner)
  • German Institute of Rubber Technology (Project partner)
  • Hutchinson (Project partner)
  • Université catholique de Louvain (Project partner)
  • Sorbonne Université (Project partner)
  • SPEC Process Services (Project partner)
  • Loughborough University (Project partner)
  • University of Freiburg (Project partner)
  • Pirelli & C. S.p.A. (Project partner)
  • University of Minho (Project partner)


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