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Virtually Test CFRP materials through Fast and Accurate Allowable Computations
This webinar will illustrate how simulation tools can be used to quickly compute allowable values of Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic (CFRP) for standard tests. The workflow will be exposed, the standard tests will be covered through the implementation of multi-scale material modeling technology such as, Digimat Virtual Allowables (Digimat VA), as well as the progressive failure material modeling. With the micro-mechanics approach, the effect of the variability on material properties or testing conditions will be illustrated. By utilizing these methods into your workflow, users will be able to reduce material testing time and costs by enabling them to quickly evaluate the performance of the composite upon many configurations (layups, tests).
|May 8, 2017|
How to minimize warpage of polymer and composite parts
This webinar will demonstrate how simulation can help improve the current additive manufacturing workflow, by enabling virtual printing iterations prior to physical printing to identify the optimal process parameters, material choice and printing strategy to minimize warpage of polymer and composites parts.
|May 11, 2017|
Affordable Multi-Scale Material Modeling to Optimize Automotive Component’s Design
This webinar gives an overview on simulation methods adapted to reinforced plastics to ease the integration into the development cycle. These methods have been developed to minimize the gap in time required to design a reinforced plastic component compared to a metal one while using advanced techniques required for multi-phase materials.
e-Xstream engineering has taken into account the engineers' real constraints in terms of input data availability, early or advanced design contexts and propose various possibilities to find the best compromise between accuracy and efficiency in each step of the development process. In addition, the demonstration will cover different type of material behaviors like stiffness, risk of failure but also damping or thermomechanics.
|May 18, 2017|