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4/20/2015

Webinar: Tools to optimize aerospace design processes

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CompositesWorld is presenting a free Siemens-sponsored webinar on May 13 at 2 pm ET, titled, "Collaborative Design of Advanced Aerostructures: Optimizing Composite Designs for Manufacturability and Performance."

CompositesWorld is presenting a free Siemens-sponsored webinar on May 13 at 2 pm ET, titled, "Collaborative Design of Advanced Aerostructures: Optimizing Composite Designs for Manufacturability and Performance."

Presented by John O'Connor, director, product and market strategy, aerospace and defense at Siemens, the webinar will discuss ways to speed the overall development process while enabling lower costs and higher rate production in aerospace applicaitons. Aerospace companies are turning to new technologies to optimize designs for performance and manufacturability. O’Connor will discuss best practices in the aerospace industry for composite design and provide an overview of technology that is speeding part design and enabling rapid optimization cycles.  He will review the latest engineering software to efficiently engineer composite products and manage the complexities of mixed material assemblies, and how you can use Siemens PLM Fibersim and Syncrofit solution to support the composites engineering process.

For more information, or to register, visit, "Collaborative Design of Advanced Aerostructures: Optimizing Composite Designs for Manufacturability and Performance."

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