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A Design-Validation-Production Workflow for Aerospace Additive Manufacturing
Additive manufacturing coupled with topology optimization allows the design-and-analysis and manufacturing iterations to be reduced significantly, or even eliminated. To ensure that the part will perform as simulated, a mid-stage validation is conducted on a standardized part before creating the final products.

Materials and Material Management
When simulation results don't make sense, what checks do you perform? Besides the modeling aspects of loads and boundary conditions, mesh sizes, right formulations, etc., the most often overlooked cause of problems is the wrong assignment of materials and properties in a solver input deck. In the midst of running many simulations it is so easy to modify values that users forget that what they intended for a part is not what is being analyzed. Identifying the correct material values and assigning them is such a crucial step in your analysis that any mistake can compromise the results and design decisions you make based on simulation.

Comments on the Testing and Management of Plastics Material Data
Presentation delivered by Hubert Lobo at the CARHS Automotive CAE Grand Challenge in Hanau, Germany. This presentation reviewed our latest findings related to volumetric yield in polymers and its relationship to failure, as well as the material database technology that was created to store this kind of multivariate data and the analytical tools created to help the CAE engineer understand and use plastics material data.

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