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      Please click here for a short but important announcement   03/26/17

      Dear Users Our Commercial and Academic users around the world can use these same forums here as before i.e. the Altair Support Forum , Commercial users from India with solver queries can go to the Solver Forum for India Commercial Users , Academic Users from India and AOC India Participants are requested to go to the Forum for India Academic Users and AOC India Participants , We will be tending to all queries in all the forums promptly as before, thank you for your understanding. 

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  1. The 4th European Altair Academic User Day on June 26th (during the European Altair Technology Conference, June 26th - 28th in Frankenthal Germany) provides students, teachers, professors and researchers across Europe to network and share their experiences with Altair’s CAE solutions. Join us to hear how ESAComp assists schools and universities offering composite engineering courses, both in the class room and for post-grad research. Register here -> http://www.altairatc.com/EventPage.aspx?event_id=89&name=Academic+Day+2017 ESAComp-EDU-06-2014.pdf
  2. The 4th European Altair Academic User Day on June 26th (during the European Altair Technology Conference, June 26th - 28th in Frankenthal Germany) provides students, teachers, professors and researchers across Europe to network and share their experiences with Altair’s CAE solutions. Join us to hear how ESAComp assists schools and universities offering composite engineering courses, both in the class room and for post-grad research. Register here -> http://www.altairatc.com/EventPage.aspx?event_id=89&name=Academic+Day+2017 ESAComp-EDU-06-2014.pdf
  3. The 4th European Altair Academic User Day on June 26th (during the European Altair Technology Conference, June 26th - 28th in Frankenthal Germany) provides students, teachers, professors and researchers across Europe to network and share their experiences with Altair’s CAE solutions. Join us to hear how ESAComp assists schools and universities offering composite engineering courses, both in the class room and for post-grad research. Register here -> http://www.altairatc.com/EventPage.aspx?event_id=89&name=Academic+Day+2017 ESAComp-EDU-06-2014.pdf
  4. For thick-walled composite pressure vessels, solid modelling has been added to ESAComp's existing shell analysis module for thin-walled CPVs. The videos in this playlist form a tutorial that describes the modelling approach and workflow in detail. Check-out "Solid CPV Modelling with ESAComp & ComposicaD" now available here -> http://www.altair.com/ResourceLibrary.aspx?translation_id=7541
  5. Composite structures all have joints, so their design and analysis is paramount to determining their overall performance. Therefore, ESAComp has comprehensive capabilities for both bonded and mechanical joints which are very efficient in the preliminary design of various joint configurations. Read more -> http://innovationintelligence.com/dont-come-unstuck-designing-structural-adhesive-bonds/ www.esacomp.com
  6. WEBINAR: ESAComp 4.6 what's new?

    If you missed the live webinar, take a look at the recording here : http://www.esacomp.com/webinars/recorded/149-webinar-form-esacomp-46
  7. Join us on either April 5th/6th/11th 2017 Presenters: Harri Katajisto & André Mönicke, Componeering Inc. To get an overview to the new capabilities of ESAComp 4.6, sign-up here to join our free webinars: http://www.esacomp.com/webinars/live Python scripting for batch runs and for creating user extensions Enhanced panel analysis with shell modelled stiffeners Structural analysis of thick-walled pressure vessels with solid FE modelling from winding patterns imported from ComposicaD filament winding simulation For HyperWorks users, an integrated solution for pre- and post-processing of composite structures, allowing ply-by-ply investigation of failure modes using advanced failure criteria The webinar takes appr. 45 minutes including a Questions & Answers session at the end.
  8. Throughout JEC World show, come and see ESAComp in action with our engineers. With the launch of ESAComp 4.6, we'll show you the new capabilities, including Python scripting; enhanced panel analysis with shell modelled stiffeners... ESAComp now provides structural analysis of thick-walled pressure vessels from winding patterns imported from Composicad filament winding simulation. For HyperWorks users, ESAComp provides fully integrated solution for pre- and post-processing of composite structures, allowing ply-by-ply investigation of failure modes using advanced failure criteria. We're an active member of Altair Partner Alliance, find us together with Altair Engineering in Hall 5A on Stand N68
  9. What is ESAComp ?

    ESAComp is software for analysis and design of composites. Its scope ranges from conceptual and preliminary design of layered composite structures to analyses of details. ESAComp is a stand-alone software tool, but thanks to its ability to interface with widely used finite element software packages, ESAComp fits seamlessly into the design process. The comprehensive material database of ESAComp forms the basis for design studies. ESAComp has a vast set of analysis capabilities for solid/sandwich laminates and for micromechanical analyses. It further includes analysis tools for structural elements: flat and curved panels, stiffened panels, beams and columns, bonded and mechanical joints. ESAComp is developed and supported by Componeering Inc., Finland. www.esacomp.com or check out our Altair Partner page http://www.altairhyperworks.com/partner/ESAComp ESAComp-Intro.pdf
  10. ESAComp has a proven track record as a useful resource to many educational establishments worldwide providing courses in composite materials. Here's what the professors have to say: http://www.esacomp.com/articles/57-talking-to-professors ESAComp-EDU-06-2014.pdf
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