Webinar: ESAComp supporting the composite design process in the Automotive Industry

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Biofore Concept CarThursday, April 9, 2015 at 14:00-15:00 UTC. With the automotive industry more and more exploring the capabilities of composite materials, engineers face new challenges throughout the design process. For layered composite structures ESAComp is the right software to help you. This free webinar will provide an overview on how to use ESAComp to efficiently tackle daily tasks concerning laminate design towards stiffness or strength criteria, structural elements (e.g. panels), data exchange with HyperWorks and integration into a workflow for optimization. View webinar recording!

ESAComp 4.5.2 upgrade now available

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ESAComp 4.5.2March 2015 - The latest ESAComp release introduces enhancements to the ESAComp-HyperWorks post-processing interface and some fixes for the user interface and analyses. ESAComp is now available also for Red Hat Linux RHEL6. Customers with an effective maintenance contract can download the newest version from the Customer Portal.

Learn about ESAComp at the Buckling Conference

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Buckling ConferenceThe 3rd Int. Conference on Buckling and Postbuckling Behaviour of Composite Laminated Shell Structures will take place in Braunschweig, Germany on March 25-27, 2015. Hear about the latest developments in this field from the leading experts and learn about related ESAComp capabilities in the adjacent workshop. Read more...

Thanks for making JEC Europe 2015 our busiest yet!

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JEC 2015 standMany thanks to everyone who dropped by our stand at JEC. It was good to meet you, to learn about your composite design activities, and explore how we can help you further.

 

 

Nonlinear collapse analysis of a launcher structure with imperfection sensitivity study

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Nonlinear collapse sensitivity studyA thin-walled axially compressed CFRP cylinder was studied using the large deformation analysis. Different numbers of axial, circumferential and combined imperfection waves were used to represent the initial shape of the structure. The nominal load used in this sensitivity study corresponded to the SPLA (Single Perturbation Load Approach) Design Buckling Load. The results of the sensitivity study are presented in a bubble chart. Read more...

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