CAMX 2019 exhibit preview: MultiMechanics
Appears in Print as: 'Composite modeling and simulation software'
MultiMechanics is showcasing its MultiMech 19.0 composite modeling and simulation software.
Source | MultiMechanics
MultiMechanics (Omaha, Neb., U.S.) is showcasing its MultiMech 19.0 composite modeling and simulation software. Released in March of this year, MultiMech 19.0 features include:
- a new bi-modulus elastic model to enable engineers to better capture the mechanical behavior of carbon fibers,
- virtual DMA to more easily characterize the viscoelastic behavior of complex microstructures,
- parallel runs in Optimizer mode to reduce the job runtime,
- new material and failure models, including continuum damage models for orthotropic materials and new damage laws enabling users to capture unique material behavior with higher accuracy,
- enhancements to linear solver, including improved automated time step and optional displacement convergence check, as well as the ability to check for large displacements in the nonlinear solver, and
- a redesign of the material database and enhancements to speed up the workflow.
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