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Simulayt Launches Advanced Fiber Modeler for CATIA V5

18 March 2006

Simulayt Limited, the specialist composites modelling software house, has launched its Advanced Fiber Modeler (AFM) software for the CATIA V5 Composites Workbench, allowing users of CATIA V5 access to advanced fibre simulation capabilities.

AFM allows instantaneous generation of flat patterns as a check on fibre simulation, and allows the user to simulate material application using a seed curve or order of drape regions. The seed curve capability allows the user to guide warp, weft or bias directions along a curve to constrain the fibre directions along a chosen path. The order of drape capability models the sequential application of fabric to a surface to allow highly accurate modelling and the generation of complete manufacturing data.

These capabilities are now available fully-integrated within the CATIA V5 Composites Workbench, to provide the most powerful, end-to-end composites design and manufacturing capabilities within the CATIA V5 environment.

Dr John Klintworth, CEO of Simulayt commented “We are very excited to bring these advanced fibre simulation techniques to CATIA V5 users. We have already had an unprecedented response from companies all over the world who wish to use AFM for use in major aerospace programs to improve processes and reduce cost”.

Simulayt has been an adopter partner of Dassault Systemes since November 2005 and this is the first product it has released which allows the two companies’ software to be used synergistically.





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