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3/22/2016

Webinar to emphasize composites structures optimization

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CompositesWorld's Siemens-sponsored webinar on April 13 at 2 p.m. EDT is titled, "Optimizing Composite Structures Using Advanced Analysis Techniques."

CompositesWorld is presenting a Siemens-sponsored free webinar titled, "Optimizing Composite Structures Using Advanced Analysis Techniques." It will be held April 13 at 2 p.m. EDT US. 

Abstract: Studies show that composites overdesign due to uncertainty is still common in industry, resulting in unrealized potential for weight savings. In this webinar, Siemens PLM Software will discuss how the integration of composites design software can lead to optimized designs. Learn how advanced linear and nonlinear analysis tools that support an iterative process can help deliver lighter and more structurally sound products.  This webinar will highlight Fibersim for composite design and NX Nastran and LMS Samtech Samcef for the linear and nonlinear analysis of composite structures.

Presenters will be Ryan Craft and Jay Clark, both from Siemens. Click here for more information and to register for the webinar.

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