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Introductory Training Content and Objectives

This training aims at introducing the workflow of Digimat to perform structural analysis.

Learn how to:

  • Model fiber reinfrced materials.
  • Link the result from manufacturing simulations to structural FEA.
  • Predict the stiffness & strength of a composite par with more accuracy.

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Standard Training Content and Objectives

This training aims at teaching for new Digimat users how the software operates and how the technology is used.

Learn how to:

  • Create and calibrate a Digimat material model by using mean-field homogenization technique and optimization tool available in the material database. Material model is nonlinear, anisotropic and including failure.
  • Map manufacturing data to the structural model (fiber orientations, weld line, temperature field, etc.).
  • Predict the stiffness & strength of a composite part with more accuracy.
  • Post-process efficiently the advanced results provided by the Digimat to FEA solutions.

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Advanced Training Content and Objectives

The advanced training aims at providing existing Digimat users with in-depth information concerning:

  • Nonlinear and rate dependent material modeling including creep and fatigue life.
  • Continuous damage and failure.
  • Performance optimization of implicit & explicit Digimat to CAE analyses.
  • Apply the multi-scale modeling process to reinforced thermoplastic and thermo-set parts.

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E-training

E-training is organized in 4 sessions of 3 hours over one week. Time is let to the user to execute the exercise during the 4 sessions and concepts are illustrated by several live demo.

Note: the content of the e-training is focusing on the presentation of the workflow and provides limited theoretical background (unlike basic trainings)

Learn how to:

  • Model fiber reinforced materials.
  • Link the result from manufacturing simulations to structural FEA.
  • Predict the stiffness & strength of a composite par with more accuracy.

For further details and training types, please click here!

Note: Customized E-training can be organized on request to replace Digimat Introductory training (structural or material).

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