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7/20/2015 | 1 MINUTE READ

Webinar: Concurrent engineering for composites design

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CompositesWorld is presenting a Siemens-sponsored webinar on Aug. 20, 2:00-3:00 pm US Eastern Time, titled "The Choice to Design with Composites: Why Engineering Technology is Key."

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CompositesWorld is presenting a Siemens-sponsored webinar on Aug. 20, 2:00-3:00 pm US Eastern Time, titled "The Choice to Design with Composites: Why Engineering Technology is Key." 

The presenter will be David Leigh Hudson, director, product and market strategy, Fibersim Portfolio, Siemens. 

Abstract: The choice to design with composites is often driven by market demand and cost. The promise of mass reductions, performance improvements, material and assem- bly cost reductions can all seem enticing, but the nature of fiber reinforced plastic products requires rapid changes in the way analysis, design and manufacturing is traditionally performed. Adopting a concurrent engineering process where analysis and design are performed in the context of the manufacturing process is key to developing optimal designs. In this webinar, Hudson will discuss how the combination of geometry, material form and manufacturing process drives the optimization of well-designed composite parts, and how Siemens PLM Fibersim software supports a concurrent engineering process.

Attendees will learn:

  • Why performing analysis and design in the context of the manufacturing process is critical when designing with composites
  • How specialized engineering technology can make the difference between optimized vs. over-designed parts
  • How Siemens PLM Fibersim software can drive a concurrent engineering process in a multi-CAD environment

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