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Webinar: Best Practices in the Preparation and Use of Materials Data for Simulation

September 1, 2016

Upcoming Webinar | Thursday 15th September, 2.00pm (UK) | Register Now

Materials information management is important throughout the simulation lifecycle, and it plays a crucial role in successful, fast, and accurate CAE.

This webinar focuses on the software tools provided by Granta Design to enhance the capture, preparation, management and use of materials data in order to support these activities. The latest version of the industry leading GRANTA MI software, including direct integration with Abaqus/CAE, will be demonstrated.

Attendees of the webinar will:

  • Find out how a systematic approach for capture, preparation, management and use of materials data for CAE can enable faster, more accurate simulation results

  • See a case study highlighting best practice use of controlled, consistent materials data throughout the simulation lifecycle, from testing to CAE, with full traceability maintained throughout

  • See a demonstration of the latest iteration of the MI:Materials Gateway for Abaqus/CAE, a tool for accessing materials information within CAE

Are you materials specialist CAE Engineer or CAE Manager who prepare data for simulation? Are you IT or Engineering Tools managers interested in ways to streamline the CAE process?

If you have answered yes to either of these questions, then this webinar is just for you.

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About the Presenter: Dr. Peter Cherns, Product Manager for Enterprise Tools, Granta Design

Dr. Peter Cherns focuses on the MI:Materials Gateway and Web Platform product lines. He has a background in Physics and Materials Science, specializing in the characterization of novel transistor structures. Since joining Granta Design in 2010, he has worked extensively with customers across the Aerospace, Defense, Automotive and Consumer Electronics sectors.