e-Xstream Digimat 4.2.1 & 4.4.1 | 703.8 MB
e-Xstream engineering, an MSC Software Company, and software developer of Digimat, the leading nonlinear multi-scale material and structure modeling platform presents Digimat 4.4.1, the unique nonlinear multi-scale material and structure modeling platform for high-fidelity composites simulation.
Digimat lets engineers do both micro- and macro-scale analyses of composites, predicting how they will perform and calculating their mechanical, thermal and electrical properties for use in all sorts of downstream FEA analyses.
Engineers typically start modeling by gathering material information and strand orientation data from Moldflow, 3D-Sigma, Moldex3D, Simpoe or another injection molding simulation solution, in the case of molded materials. Digimat-MAP calculates residual stresses and temperature from the injection molding mesh and defines an ideal structural FEA mesh. From here, many users go straight to FEA - MSC Nastran and Marc for instance, and other solvers that have direct interfaces. They may also use Digimat檚 MF, MX, FE modules to look at test data for the composite and its constituents and look at promising material candidates. Users are able to see the tight link between part geometry, material flow during manufacturing and the resulting fiber orientation ?and the effect all of this has on the part檚 ultimate mechanical behavior.
Material Modeling Software:
Digimat-MF is the Mean-Field homogenization software used to predict the nonlinear constitutive behavior of multi-phase composite materials.
Digimat-FE is the homogenization software based on the nonlinear Finite Element modeling of realistic Representative Volume Element (RVE) of complex material microstructure.
Digimat-MX, the Material eXpert system, has been developed to facilitate the preparation (i.e. reverse engineering, identification), the storage/retrieval (i.e. Material Data Base) and the secure exchange of Digimat material models between material suppliers and end-users, while protecting the Intellectual Property of the involved parties through material data encryption.
- Digimat to CAE (ABAQUS/Standard, ABAQUS/Explicit, LS-DYNA, ANSYS, PAM-CRASH, RADIOSS, SAMCEF)
Interfaces to process and structural FEA codes for an accurate prediction of composite materials and reinforced platics parts performance using nonlinear multi-scale modeling approach.
- Digimat Map
Digimat-MAP bridges the gap between injection molding simulation and advanced FEA of fiber reinforced engineering plastics via nonlinear micromechanical material modeling.
For an easy and efficient design of honeycomb sandwich panels using state-of-the-art micromechanical material modeling technology.
What's new in Digimat 4.4.1:
Digimat 4.4.1 brings a breadth of innovative capabilities and on the edge technologies, including:
- Digimat Basic including linear solution, generic (non-)linear material data & improved workflows
- Drastic CPU and Memory use reduction by up to 40%
- Improve description of failure of SFRP
- Mapping between 3D injection molding meshes and structural shell meshes
- Support of new processing simulation such as (injection-)compression molding & MuCell?
- Fatigue of continuous fiber composites
- Attached are the Release Notes, Features Highlights and Technical Brochure for more information
About e-Xstream engineering
Founded in 2003, e-Xstream engineering is a software and engineering services company 100% focused on the multi-scale modeling of composite materials and structures. The company helps customers, material suppliers, and material users across many industries reduce the cost and time needed to engineer innovative materials and products using Digimat, the nonlinear multi-scale material and structure-modeling platform. Since September 2012, e-Xstream engineering is a wholly owned subsidiary of MSC Software. The e-Xstream engineering corporate logo and Digimat logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of e-Xstream engineering SA.
Name: e-Xstream Digimat
Version: 4.2.1 & 4.4.1
OS: Windows XP / Vista / Seven
Size: 703.8 mb
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