The speed of innovations in new materials can be challenging due to the amount of physical testing required to develop and certify them.
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Materials innovation is critical for improving performance and reducing the cost of products. In fact, nearly 70 percent of product innovation relates to material innovation, according to the European Commission publication, “Materials Research and Innovation in the Creative Industries”. Currently, materials innovation is inefficient, especially in identifying new materials, yet adoption of advanced materials is critical as a new workflow enables the optimization of material and product parts at the same time.
Virtual product design
There is a clear need to digitally design and validate the performance of new materials as part of complex product development. Multiscale materials modeling technology helps improve the virtual product design of materials and complex products by delivering speed without losing accuracy complemented with state-of-the-art 3D simulation methods based on the FEA method.
Multiscale material modeling
A fully coupled and adaptive multiscale materials modeling technology is essential as it offers value for both materials and product manufacturers. It is at the heart of materials engineering software, which enables composite design, SFRP design, the effect of additives, virtual coupon testing, draping, and simulation of failure and defects.
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