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A software to reduce the cost of developing new composites

e-Xstream engineering, part of Hexagon's Manufacturing Intelligence division, has today launched the latest version of its Digimat multi-scale material modelling software

e-Xstream engineering, part of Hexagon's Manufacturing Intelligence division, has today launched the latest version of its Digimat multi-scale material modelling software, extending its advanced composite design capabilities across all scales as part of the Hexagon 10X Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME) solution.

Reducing the cost of developing new composites is a priority for materials suppliers and the manufacturers specifying composites, but material development remains highly complex because every aspect of a material system from the chemical composition of the resin to the manufacturing process affects final performance.

To manage this complexity, Digimat's integration with molecular dynamics software has been enhanced to extend its micro-level capabilities to predict a material's properties based on its chemical structure.

On the meso-level, the direct engineering workflow for unidirectional composites has also been enhanced, enabling ply properties prediction based on their physical and virtual constituents.

 

Filed: CAD,CAE,CAM
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