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PAM-COMPOSITES 2016.0: What’s new for Curing and Distortion simulation?

PAM-COMPOSITES 2016.0: What’s new for Curing and Distortion simulation?
PAM-COMPOSITES covers a wide range of processes for the manufacturing of composites structural components. One of its application is for Curing of thermoset composite part and computation of residual stresses and geometrical distortions induced by the... read more
Composites
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Design Of Experiments (DoE) for composites manufacturing processes

Design Of Experiments (DoE) for composites manufacturing processes
Variability in the properties of the composite materials and in the parameters of the manufacturing processes always exists on the floor shop. To account for this variability and to quickly analyze different configuration, ESI introduced a new *D*esign *O*... read more
Composites
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How do I model complex floating floor configurations

How do I model complex floating floor configurations
Designers in both the aerospace and rail industries use complex honeycomb or extruded panels for floating configurations. Due to the complexity of these designs, obtaining accurate vibro acoustic performance models can be challenging. See how the periodic... read more
Vibro-Acoustics
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Manufacturing of a composites fuselage panel: the added-value of simulation

Manufacturing of a composites fuselage panel: the added-value of simulation
This webinar covers each step of the manufacturing process, from pre-heating of the preform to the infusion, curing and unmolding of the part resulting in geometrical distortions. You will see through a live demo of the complete manufacturing chain, what... read more
Composites
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How do I determine transmission loss on the full frequency range

How do I determine transmission loss on the full frequency range
Research has shown that the low frequency performance of noise control treatments is an important consideration above certain frequency thresholds. Adding non-structural mass for cavity absorption and damping ratios for the trim effect on structures does... read more
Vibro-Acoustics
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How do I determine a structureborne response of a fully trimmed vehicle

How do I determine a structureborne response of a fully trimmed vehicle
The use of low frequency models to predict structure born performance of trimmed structures is often ignored due to the complexity of deploying deterministic models of structure, multilayer noise control treatment and interior civility that are harmonised... read more
Vibro-Acoustics
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How do I create a vibro-acoustic model of a loudspeaker

How do I create a vibro-acoustic model of a loudspeaker
In many applications, public address systems need to be audible at each passenger location. Test based qualification can be expensive if the response needs to be measured at many different locations across several different product configurations.  See how... read more
Vibro-Acoustics
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How do I define the damping model in my vibro-acoustic analysis

How do I define the damping model in my vibro-acoustic analysis
The definition of damping in a vibro-acoustic model is crucial for predicting accurate results in simulations. However, getting information about the real damping of a structure is often a bottleneck, thus inducing high importance of having the right tools... read more
Vibro-Acoustics
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How do I choose the BEM solver for my application and how can I parallelize my BEM solve

How do I choose the BEM solver for my application and how can I parallelize my BEM solve
Boundary Element Analysis (BEM) is considered the industry standard for low frequency acoustic radiation however, the effectiveness of BEM is often constrained by the availability of computational resources capable of processing increasingly large models.... read more
Vibro-Acoustics
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How do I recover stress responses formed by sensitive space structures

How do I recover stress responses formed by sensitive space structures
A high intensity diffuse acoustic field surrounds a rocket during the initial launch stage. The intensity of this field is capable of compromising the integrity of composite fairings used to protect the payload and can also cause failure of composite... read more
Vibro-Acoustics
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