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  1. Main Page

    What are wiki pages? Wiki pages are user-written articles on a range of subjects. Any contributor or a group of contributors can create (and own) new articles, and there can be multiple articles...

    https://cdmhub.org/groups/thermalwelding4_3/wiki/MainPage

  2. Main Page

    What are wiki pages? Wiki pages are user-written articles on a range of subjects. Any contributor or a group of contributors can create (and own) new articles, and there can be multiple articles...

    https://cdmhub.org/groups/amworkshop2018/wiki/MainPage

  3. Main Page

    Overview This group consists of the personnel involved in development of the Composites Virtual Factory. The primary focus is on the development of integrated workflow applications: ADDITVE3D...

    https://cdmhub.org/groups/cvfdev/wiki/MainPage

  4. Material Characterization by Parameter Study

    Problem Description Study the relation between design variables and quantities of interests. The design variables are engineering constants of fiber and matrix. The quantities of interests are...

    https://cdmhub.org/projects/compositesstrength/notes/MaterialCharacterizationbyParameterStudy

  5. Main Page

    What are wiki pages? Wiki pages are user-written articles on a range of subjects. Any contributor or a group of contributors can create (and own) new articles, and there can be multiple articles...

    https://cdmhub.org/groups/msm2018/wiki/MainPage

  6. Material Characterization by Multi-objective Optimization with Constraints

    Problem Description Minimize the absolute normalized error of each lamina constants between simulation and test data.Constrain the absolute normalized error of E1 to be less than 1%. Mathematical...

    https://cdmhub.org/projects/compositesstrength/notes/MaterialCharacterizationbyMultiobjectiveOptimizationwithConstraints

  7. test

    test. test. test.

    https://cdmhub.org/projects/allowables/notes/test

  8. Main Page

    What are wiki pages? Wiki pages are user-written articles on a range of subjects. Any contributor or a group of contributors can create (and own) new articles, and there can be multiple articles...

    https://cdmhub.org/groups/executablerun/wiki/MainPage

  9. SwiftComp-Problem.4. Predictions of Local-global Stress/Strain Fields in Composite Strucutres

    In this problem, we will try to show how to analyze the local-global fields in composite structures using SwiftComp-Abaqus-GUI. The figure below can summarize how to do the local global...

    https://cdmhub.org/groups/yugroup/wiki/SwiftCompProblem4PredictionsoflocalglobalstressstrainfieldsinCompositestrucutres

  10. SwiftComp-Problem.3. Predictions of 3D Effective Properties of Particle-reinforced Composites

    Let the material properties of the particle and matrix be:Particle-E-glass: E11 =80 GPa, v12=0.2000 andMatrix: E =3.35GP, ν=0.35 Particle volume of fraction is assumed to be 50% The material...

    https://cdmhub.org/groups/yugroup/wiki/SwiftCompProblem3Predictionsof3DEffectivePropertiesofParticlereinforcedComposites

  11. SwiftComp-Problem.2. Predictions of 3D Effective Properties of Fiber-reinforced Composites

    The SG of fiber-reinforced composites can be represented as shown below.Let the material properties of the fiber and matrix be:Fiber: E11 =230 GPa, E22 =15 GPa, G12=G13 =15GPa, G23 =7GPa, v12=v13...

    https://cdmhub.org/groups/yugroup/wiki/MainPage/SwiftCompProblem2Predictionsof3DEffectivePropertiesofFiberreinforcedComposites

  12. Printing - Machining

    1. IntroductionOnce a tool has been successfully printed, it must be machined and prepared for process conditions. The sections below discuss several stages commonly used to finish composite...

    https://cdmhub.org/groups/purdueadditive/wiki/DesignManual/PrintingMachining

  13. Printing - Troubleshooting

    1. IntroductionThis section contains solutions to problems that may arise during printing, primarily based on experience. 2. Warping If a part begins to warp slightly away from the bed it may be...

    https://cdmhub.org/groups/purdueadditive/wiki/DesignManual/PrintingTroubleshooting

  14. Printing Prep - Slicing

    1. IntroductionFor a part model to be physically printed, it must be converted to a toolpath readable by the printer. This conversion is done using a slicing software, which is calibrated with the...

    https://cdmhub.org/groups/purdueadditive/wiki/DesignManual/PrintingPrepSlicing

  15. Printing Prep - Printability

    1. IntroductionAfter finalizing a tool geometry, it must be modified specifically for printing. During printing, a part is built in a series of layers which are always parallel to the print bed....

    https://cdmhub.org/groups/purdueadditive/wiki/DesignManual/PrintingPrepOffset

  16. Tool Design - Modeling

    1. IntroductionOnce an adjusted part model has a clearly defined parting line and parting directions, it can be projected to create the tool geometries.1.a. Terminology Pressing Axis – The...

    https://cdmhub.org/groups/purdueadditive/wiki/DesignManual/ToolDesignModeling

  17. Tool Design - Parting

    1. IntroductionTo convert a shape-compensated (adjusted) part geometry into a tool, two factors must be decided: the parting directions, and the parting line.1.a. Terminology Female Tool – a...

    https://cdmhub.org/groups/purdueadditive/wiki/DesignManual/ToolDesignParting

  18. Tool Design - Adjusting

    1. IntroductionDue to the difference in thermal expansion between the fibers and the matrix of a composite material, composite parts are inherently anisotropic. This anisotropy is dependent upon...

    https://cdmhub.org/groups/purdueadditive/wiki/DesignManual/ToolDesignAdjusting

  19. Design Manual

    Contents Adjusting Parting Modeling Offset Slicing Troubleshooting Machining

    https://cdmhub.org/groups/purdueadditive/wiki/DesignManual

  20. Machining of printed tools

    test

    https://cdmhub.org/groups/purdueadditive/wiki/Machiningofprintedtools