Multiscale Analysis of Composites – from Chemistry to Part Performance


Check new webinar of MSC Software products – MSC, Digimat, e-Xstream Webinar.

Date – Monday, April 24, 2017

Time –

9:00 am, Pacific Daylight Time (San Francisco, GMT-07:00)

12:00 pm, Eastern Daylight Time (New York, GMT-04:00)

6:00 pm, Europe Summer Time (Paris, GMT+02:00)

Speaker –

Presented by: Dr. Jon Gosse & Joe Sharp, e-Xstream Engineering
Webinar Host: Nicole Drake, Press & MARCOM Specialist, MSC Software

Cost – Free

Link – Multiscale Analysis of Composites – from Chemistry to Part Performance

Details –



The need for more optimized engineering products can be found in multiple industries including, aerospace, automotive, and heavy machinery. The development for such products depends on enhancing the performance and capabilities of the materials such as plastics or composites, that engineers are implementing into their designs. No practical method has been developed to link product requirements (in terms of strength, stiffness, or thermal performance) of the part, to the chemistry of the material. This has resulted in a slow, inefficient trial and error process for new material development that cannot keep pace with the needs of the industry. With the emergence of simulation tools, such as e-Xstream engineering Digimat, these methods are being re-examined and replaced to fully enhance the performance of these materials that will result in more optimized products.

About webinar –


Join this webinar to learn more about:

  • Enhancing Composite Performance
  • Multiscale Analysis
  • Predicting Matrix Failure with Molecular Dynamics (MD)
  • Predicting Laminate Performance with MD
  • Further Applications of this Technology