Design & Optimisation for Composite Structures on the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform

October 22, 2015

Upcoming Webinar | Tuesday 17th November 2015 | 2.00pm (GMT) | Register Now

Determination of the ‘best’ design for a composite structure requires careful consideration of many factors. Structural performance of a component must often be balanced by the ability to manufacture it quickly and with minimal waste. This webinar will explore how SIMULIA Apps on the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform can be used to explore and optimize all aspects of composite design, from initial sizing through to manufacturing processes. 

Attendees will learn how the 3DEXPERIENCE platform provides the basis for all stakeholders involved in the design and production of composites components to collaborate in order to ensure the final design meets all key requirements. A consistent and shared data model, with the 3D design at its core, provides the necessary integration to ensure all key requirements are managed in the same environment, providing essential decision support during design optimisation and trade-off studies.

  • Learn how integrated composite design and simulation tools on the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform allows for more efficient optimisation and validation of composite components
  • Discover how physics simulation applications from SIMULIA support activities across the end-to-end process required to design and manufacture of composite components
  • Learn how the process capture applications from SIMULIA extend the benefits of collaborative design provided by the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform by allowing integration to any 3rd party and in-house tools used to optimize composite design and manufacturing processes


About the Presenter: Karl Kueres, Senior Technical Specialist SIMULIA North-Nordics

Karl joined HKS UK in 2002 after graduating from Cambridge University with a Master’s Degree in Engineering. Karl spent 8 years working in the UK technical support team and now works as a Senior Technical Specialist for the SIMULIA EuroNorth and Nordics regions.