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  1. Constitutive modeling for time- and temperature-dependent behavior of composites

    08 Jan 2020

    Structural integrity, durability, and thermal stability represent critical areas for adequately modeling the behavior of composite materials. Polymeric matrices are prone to have time-dependent behavior very sensitive to changes in temperature that influence the effective properties of the...

  2. MSC.Patran/Nastran-SwiftComp GUI

    01 Apr 2019

    A graphical user interface (GUI) has been developed to integrate SwiftComp into MSC.Patran/Nastran for constitutive modeling and providing the automated conversion of the MSG plate and beam stiffness matrix into MSC.Nastran shell and beam element properties and materials. In order to reduce...

  3. Injection Overmolding Manufacturing Process Simulation

    29 Jun 2017 | Online Presentations

    Injection over-molding or hybrid molding is a high-rate composites manufacturing process for fabrication of structural components with complex geometries.  The structural backbone is provided by a continuous-fiber woven prepreg while the geometric complexity is realized via injection...

  4. 2015 cdmHUB Workshop

    05 Jan 2016 | Series

    Composites Design, Analysis and Manufacturing Workshop held at Purdue University on November 3-5, 2015.  Both lectures slides and lecture videos are presented.

  5. DiBenedetto Equation: Tg and DOC

    23 Jul 2014 | Tools

    DiBenedetto Equation: Glass Transition Temperature Dependence on Degree of Cure

  6. The Mission, Vision and Programs of the Composites Design and Manufacturing HUB

    23 Jul 2014 | Teaching Materials

    The presentation outlines the mission, vision and programs of the Composites Design and Manufacturing HUB as of October 2014.

  7. Composite Materials and Structures 1972-2012: Grand Challenges

    23 Jul 2014 | Teaching Materials

    Professor R. Byron Pipes presents the Grand Challenges for Composite Materials for the next 40 years at the American Society of Composites Conference in Arlington, TX on October 2, 2012.