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Doug Kenik

SM5135-P: Mapping Fiber Orientation from Simulation Moldflow to Structural Finite Element Analysis

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Discover the new interface between Simulation Composite Analysis software and Simulation Moldflow software
  • Understand the nonlinear material behaviors supported by Simulation Composite Analysis software
  • Understand how to use Simulation Composite Analysis software for fiber-filled materials
  • Learn how to confidently interpret results from Simulation Composite Analysis software and fiber-filled materials

Description

Description

In this class we will discuss the new capability to map fiber orientations and material properties from Simulation Moldflow software to structural finite element analysis (FEA). We will also cover how to use Simulation Composite Analysis software to simulate nonlinear material behavior of the fiber-filled material.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Manufacturing engineers and structural analysts

Speakers

Speakers

Doug Kenik

Doug Kenik is a product line manager for composite simulation products within Autodesk, Inc. He holds both an MS and a BS in mechanical engineering from the University of Wyoming, where he spent his graduate career developing high-fidelity micromechanics models for composite material simulation. Prior to working at Autodesk, Doug spent 5 years as a developer and application engineer at Firehole Composites, where he helped implement new technologies for composite simulation and define next-generation enhancements for use within existing products.

Tags

Published

  • 2014
  • SM5135-P
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Moldflow Insight, Simulation Composite Analysis

Industry

  • Manufacturing and Product Design

Topics

  • Simulation