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Composites Simulation to Reduce Weight, Model Damage and Determine Residual Strength Post Impact

If Aerospace and Defense suppliers utilize simulation, they would be able to gain more insight into product, system, or system of systems performance. Greater insight would help them avoid multiple prototypes and multiple rounds of testing, and that, in turn, would improve their rates of on-time and on-budget delivery.
We would like to share with you a short e-book about analysis of composite materials. The e-book contains abstracts of five cases in which SIMULIA Abaqus was used to:
  • Reduce structural weight
  • Reliably predict mechanical and failure behavior
  • Determine residual strength post-impact

 

Please download the e-book to get access to the case studies and relevant papers. Below you may see the titles of these case studies:
  • USE OF ABAQUS EXPLICIT FOR COMPOSITE SANDWICH DAMAGE PREDICTION DURING BIRD IMPACT – Damage modelling of composites using Abaqus Explicit and smooth particle hydrodynamics
  • RESIDUAL STRENGTH OF THE CARBON FIBER PANEL WITH DELAMINATION – Calculating residual strength of carbon fiber parts
  •  EVALUATION OF ABAQUS XFEM CAPABILITIES FOR CRACK GROWTH ANALYSIS IN AERONAUTICAL STRUCTURES – Application of Extended Finite Element Method for crack growth
  • PREDICTING IN-AND-OUT-OF-PLANE DAMAGE EVOLUTION IN FIBER-REINFORCED COMPOSITES – Damage modelling in fiber reinforced composites
  • SIMULATING DAMAGE DUE TO A LIGHTNING STRIKE EVENT: EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE DEPENDENT PROPERTIES ON INTERLAMINAR DAMAGE – Interlaminar damage modelling due to lightning strike

 

VIAS is a Dassault Systèmes partner providing software solutions, training and FEA/CFD/PLM services. We provide engineering and domain expertise with an experienced workforce. Please contact us for further information on composites simulation.

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