Making Simulation Accessible to the Masses

Composites simulation tools aren’t just for mega corporations. Small and mid-sized companies can reap their benefits, too.

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Editor’s Pick of the Week: MultiMech 19.0

MultiMechanics MultiMech 19.0 composite simulation software specializes in finite element analysis of carbon fiber and other composites.

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MultiMech 19.0 Delivers Expanded Simulation Capabilities

MultiMechanics has released MultiMech 19.0. MultiMech 19.0 delivers new material models, new damage scenarios, faster run times and expanded integration with commonly used FEA systems, the company reports.

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MultiMech 19.0 delivers expanded simulation capabilities

MultiMechanics, a developer of multiscale composite modelling and simulation software, has announced the release of MultiMech 19.0, a multiscale material modelling and simulation software platform that virtually predicts failure in advanced materials.

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MultiMech 19.0 Delivers Expanded Simulation Capabilities and Increased Speed

Composite materials are currently transforming the transportation industry by improving efficiency, lowering emissions, and decreasing fuel consumption. However, the current process for adopting these advanced materials is time sensitive and can cost millions in testing and certification. To help address these challenges, MultiMech 19.0 delivers new material models, new damage scenarios, faster run times, and expanded integration with commonly-used FEA systems.

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MultiMechanics to release MultiMech 19.0

The new composites modeling and simulation software version is said to deliver new material models, new damage scenarios, faster run times and expanded integration with commonly used FEA systems. 

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