20 September 2016
20 September 2016
CompoSIDE now offers unlimited calculations as part of its standard subscription.
CompoSIDE says that it has drastically improved development cycles of composites parts and products, offering unlimited analytical and analysis calculations as part of the standard subscription.
“The new subscription model with unlimited calculations helps our customers exploit all the benefits of CompoSIDE’s HPC capabilities without worrying about computational costs” says Lorenzo Bossi, Sales & Marketing Manager at CompoSIDE. “With the new model design engineers can perform more design and analysis and our clients benefit from shorter product development cycles and costs, greatly increasing their return on investment.”
CompoSIDE’s Materials Database (CMDB) is the dedicated module to management of materials data, physical and mechanical properties, including ply generation and micro-mechanics. It explains that the module supports all composites material types including adhesives, cores, fibres, matrix and plies, and also non-composites materials such as metals, woods, plywood and plastics. CMDB acts as the central database for all materials, allowing a single secure storage and an accessible platform for all usages. Designers and structural engineering teams can use materials data both within the CompoSIDE platform but also to link and retrieve data for analysis in external FEM and FEA tools with both generic and native files formats. A single storage and management platform greatly enhances data quality, eliminating uncertainties and redundant data files across multiple systems.
CompoSIDE also offers materials data as a CMDB Addon module, the materials library contains in excess of 1,200 materials and over 900 plies ready for engineering activities, all materials are fit for design and FEA containing all the necessary physical and mechanical properties.
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