Material Properties for Finite Element Simulations – Getting It Right (Part III – Composite Materials)

This one-day seminar will address the difficulties encountered by engineering analysts in obtaining reliable material properties for modelling real-life problems using Finite Element software.

It will focus on composite materials, and is intended to be a continuation of the previous two IMechE Seminars on metals (2005) and biomedical applications (2007).

The following topics will be targeted by invited speakers:
• Transferring experimental material test data to FEA software
• Reliable sources of material data for composites
• Problems in modelling failure and damage of composites
• Crashworthiness of polymer composites


It will focus on composite materials, and is intended to be a continuation of the previous two IMechE Seminars on metals (2005) and biomedical applications (2007).

The following topics will be targeted by invited speakers:


Transferring experimental material test data to FEA software
Reliable sources of material data for composites
Problems in modelling failure and damage of composites
Crashworthiness of polymer composites

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IMechE

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