Multiscale Simulation Day

Germany, Virtual
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Egon Wiedekind
event.germany [at] (event[dot]germany[at]esi-group[dot]com)

The digital Multiscale Simulation Day, organized by Leibniz-Institut für Verbundwerkstoffe, is intended to give scientists and engineers a forum to present and discuss their work, ideas and new solutions around the topic of multiscale simulation in the field of composite materials. 



ESI Expert Frederic Masseria will present the following topic: Manufacturing Process to Structure Simulation of Hybrid
Material (Steel/ Organosheet / Plastic injection)
at 12:10 pm

Frederic Masseria

Business Development Manager Composite Solutions

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Composite materials, because of their lightweight properties, strength, and durability, represent key facilitators in the race to reduce carbon emissions. However, when making the shift to industrial mass production, new challenges arise with these materials:

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