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Composites Simulation Conference Proceedings

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By : JEC Composites

Date : 2011

Location : France / Paris

PDF 183p
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Despite great advances demonstrated by the academic world and some spectacular industrial successes, the Manufacturing Process Simulation (MPS) and the Composites simulation in general are still in their infancy. The Conference focus was predicting composite behavior.

Keywords :

Composites, composites simulation, Virtual Design, Simulation, Product Development, Crashworthiness, Dynamic Impact, Analysis, High Performance, Racing Yacht, Manufacturing, Simulation, Prediction, Resulting Distortions, composites proceedings

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fiber ,simulation ,engineering ,dassault ,aviation ,safran ,resin ,document ,stress ,bundle ,fracture ,services ,element ,model ,strength ,autorisation ,communiqué ,intellectuelle ,modifié ,modulus

Associated industries : Composite materials - Engineering - Engineering -
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Proceedings from Composite Simulation Conference (JEC Paris 2011)

Company Description : Includes the speakers presentations (PDF) at the forum.

Product Type : Business Conference

Author : JEC Composites

PDF 183p

Languages : English

Proceedings from COMPOSITES SIMULATION Conference (JEC Paris 2011) focusing on predicting composite behavior.

 

Despite great advances demonstrated by the academic world and some spectacular industrial successes, the Manufacturing Process Simulation (MPS) and the Composites simulation in general are still in their infancy.

 

The second edition of this conference started with a study about how simulation can assist product development from both a manufacturing and a structural analysis perspective with example parts across composites intensive industries.

 

Then, a real life case study about the SAFRAN Open 60’ race yacht will demonstrate how a digital approach to crashworthiness can contribute to the competitiveness of a high performance yacht.


The last part of the forum covered MPS the right tool for robust virtual performance simulations as it provides the analyst with the right material properties.

 

 

Main Topics:

 

 

  • Virtual Design: Simulation for Product Development.
  • Crashworthiness: Dynamic Impact Analysis for High Performance Racing Yacht.
  • Manufacturing: Simulation and Prediction of Resulting Distortions.

 

 

Speakers:

 


- ESI Group
  Patrick De Luca, Composites Solution Manager


- Airbus
 Axel Herrmann, Transnational Responsible for R&D in manufacturing engineering


- Vistagy
  David Hudson, Director of Product and Market Strategy, FiberSIM

- TechnischeUniversität Dresden, Institut für Leichtbau   und Kunststofftechnik
  Prof. Werner Hufenbach, Institutsdirektor
 
- Technische Universität Dresden, Institut für Leichtbau und  Kunststofftechnik
  Albert Langkamp, Researcher
 
- Rolls-Royce Deutschland Ltd & Co KG
  Alexander Pabst, Project Manager and Research Engineer

- ESI GmbH
  Thomas Pyttel, Technical Consultant

- Safran Engineering Services
  Nicolas Diot, Engineer - Equipments Mechanical Systems Design   Department

- Dassault Aviation
  Solange Amouroux-Berthe, Process Engineer, Advanced Technologies      Development Center

- Faserinstitut Bremen e.V.
  Christian Brauner, Scientific assistant

- KYOTO Institute of Technology
  Dr.Asami Nakai, Associate Professor

VIRTUAL DESIGN: SIMULATION FOR PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT


1 - Simulations for Materials and Manufacturing Processes in Composite Intensive Industries

Vistagy
David Hudson, Director of Product and Market Strategy, FiberSIM


  • How material and manufacturing specific simulations assist with assessing material deformation and degradation
  • How specific simulation types can assist product development


2 – Virtual Design of Lightweight Components Made of Textile Reinforced Composites
TechnischeUniversität Dresden, Institut für Leichtbau und Kunststofftechnik
Prof. Werner Hufenbach, Institutsdirektor
Technische Universität Dresden, Institut für Leichtbau und Kunststofftechnik
Albert Langkamp, Researcher
Rolls-Royce Deutschland Ltd & Co KG
Alexander Pabst, Project Manager and Research Engineer

ESI GmbH
Thomas Pyttel, Technical Consultant


  • The SIMOTEX project funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) within the framework “virtual development of materials” of the research program WING.
  • The aim: development of material adapted tools for textile reinforced composites that enable an efficient virtual design of the composite component.
  • Results of the German research project



CRASHWORTHINESS: DYNAMIC IMPACT ANALYSIS FOR HIGH PERFORMANCE RACING YACHT


3 - Study of SAFRAN Open 60’ Race Yacht Crashworthiness
Safran Engineering Services
Nicolas Diot, Engineer - Equipments Mechanical Systems Design Department


  • The Safran
  • Composites
  • Racing yacht
  • ESI



MANUFACTURING: SIMULATION AND PREDICTION OF RESULTING DISTORTIONS


4 - Simulation of the AARI (Autoclave Assisted Resin Infusion) Process
Dassault Aviation
Solange Amouroux-Berthe, Process Engineer, Advanced Technologies Development Center


  • Overview of this Autoclave Assisted Resin Infusion technology.
  • Manufacturing of a partial half horizontal tail plane
  • Simulation of infusion scenario using PAMRTM
  • Lessons learned
  • Investigation paths to better assess infusion processes, in cooperation with Ecole Polytechnique de Montréal


5 - Fibre Simulation of Distortion in Composite Structures
Faserinstitut Bremen e.V.
Christian Brauner, Scientific assistant


  • Manufacturing process simulation
  • Analysis of a manufacturing process and a tensile experiment of two fl at CFRP plates
  • Analysis of process induced deformation of a skin stringer sub model
  • Finite element


6 - Mechanical behavior in hybrid textile composite materials
KYOTO Institute of Technology
Dr.Asami Nakai, Associate Professor


  • Fabrication of continuous fi ber reinforced thermoplastic composites
  • Cooperative relationship between interfacial property and impregnation state
  • Cooperative relationship between macroscopic flow and microscopic flow


Proceedings from Composite Simulation Conference (JEC Paris 2011)

Company Description : Includes the speakers presentations (PDF) at the forum.

Product Type : Business Conference

Author : JEC Composites

PDF 183p

Languages : English

Organizer : JEC Composites

JEC is an industry organisation dedicated to promoting composite materials internationally. JEC supports the development of composite materials by fostering knowledge transfer and exchanges between suppliers and users.