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Simulation, Detection and Experimental Correlation of Material Damage, Fracture and Fatigue

The successful application of FE methods in the design of components and structures which are made of modern materials, strongly depends on the ability of the simulations to predict accurately their behavior, which in most of cases are far from the linear range, and in some cases are able to fulfill their functions even with a large number of failures inside them, for example composite laminates.

This half day afternoon seminar gave a general overview, mainly from industrial speakers.  

Presetnations

airbus~1.pdf

Jose García-Cosio -Francesco Costagliola - AIRBUS Military
Simulation of Residual StressinLugs withColdExpandedBushes.Application to Fatigue Life Evaluation

seneru~1.pdf

D. Garijo, O. Valencia, J. Lopez Diez
Stress Intensity Factor Analysis by EFGM

ovieda.pdf

José del Coz Díaz, -University of Oviedo

Nonlinear Simulation and Failure Analysis of a Prestressed Wind Turbine Tower Flange

3aperi~1.pdf

Gino Duffett - Aperio Technology

Experimental and Simulation Evaluation of Material Properties Related to Mechanical Components

4msc_n~1.pdf

Dr. Omar Aït-Salem Duque - MSC Software
Modeling of Composite Damage in Wind Turbine Blades under Impacting Objects


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Members Price: FREE
Non-Members Price: FREE
Event Type: Seminar
Location: Madrid Spain
Date: November 3, 2010