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7/2/2009

Dassault Inmotion Resources for Achieving Better Blade Design(2)

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  Composite materials are ideal for producing wind turbine blades Traditional design methods are manual and inefficient Best practices developed for the aerospace rotorcraft industry can be applied to wind turbine blades to enable a complete set of process oriented solutions to design, simulate , and manufacture wind turbine blades all on a single virtual platform For more information about CATIA Composites e-Seminar Serieshttp://www. plmv5.

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* Composite materials are ideal for producing wind turbine blades

* Traditional design methods are manual and inefficient

* Best practices developed for the aerospace rotorcraft industry can be applied to wind turbine blades to enable a complete set of process oriented solutions to design, simulate , and manufacture wind turbine blades all on a single virtual platform

* For more information about CATIA Composites

e-Seminar Series

http://www.plmv5.com/compositeseseminar

* Download Composites Design

White Paper

Wind Turbine Blade Composite Design:

Leveraging Aerospace Advances for Improved

Durability

http://www.plmv5.com/composites/

* Contact information

* CATIA

* Rani Richardson, CATIA Composites Consultant, Dassault Systemes

* Rani.Richardson@3ds.com

* SIMULIA

* Kyle Indermuehle, Industry Lead, Aerospace SIMULIA, Dassault Systemes

* Kyle.Indermuehle@3ds.com

* ESI

* Patrick de Luca, Composites Solution Manager, ESI

* Patrick.de.Luca@esi-group.com

 


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