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5/15/2017

Webinar: Challenges of aerocomposites

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CompositesWorld is hosting a free Siemens PLM Software Inc.-sponsored webinar on May 24, 2017, at 2:00 p.m EDT titled, "Solutions for Composite Aerostructure Development Challenges."

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CompositesWorld is hosting a free Siemens PLM Software Inc.-sponsored webinar on May 24, 2017, at 2:00 p.m EDT titled, "Solutions for Composite Aerostructure Development Challenges."

Abstract: The aerospace industry continues to mature new approaches to composite aerostructure development. Novel assembly approaches combined with the increasing use of composite materials have uncovered challenges whose solutions are leading to strong competitive advantages for companies that employ them. This presentation reviews approaches for solving these challenges for assemblies and composites. It will illustrate how specialized software can achieve a step-change in the ease of definition and improve collaboration within design teams and data exchange across the supply chain. For composites, powerful part-type specific design approaches that capture the essential definition of a composite part give design and manufacturing engineers significant advantages in speed and quality.  For assemblies, understanding the interaction of composite part structure with the assembly structure offers an opportunity for improved efficiencies as well.

The presenter will be John O’Connor, director of product and market strategy at Siemens PLM. Visit "Solutions for Composite Aerostructure Development Challenges" for more information and to register.

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