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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.

Making a laminate twist

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Twist coupling - b13The properties of fiber-reinforced composite structures can be tailored with layer orientations and stacking sequence. For example, you can design your laminate so that under a tensile load it twists, but at the same time it does not bend nor shear. Typically, distortions are unwanted but sometimes they may be beneficial when properly understood and utilized. Read more...

ESAComp enhances the ANSYS composites simulation ecosystem

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acp to esacomp-xsANSYS software suite with its composites module ANSYS Composite PrepPost (ACP) provides a comprehensive set of tools for the simulation of composite structures. These features can be further enhanced with the database, laminate design and detailed analysis features of ESAComp. ACP users benefit from the "ESAComp 4 ACP" discount license price. Read more...

Componeering at JEC Europe 2013

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JEC 2012JEC Europe Composites Show, Paris, March 12-13-14, 2013. Meet us at the world's largest composites expo and learn about the latest developments in the ESAComp software, including the new 4.4 release and enhanced integration with ANSYS Composite PrepPost. Componeering exhibits together with its partners ANSYS, CADFEM and EnginSoft. Visit us on Stand V8! See floor plan...

ESAComp 4.4 introduces nonlinear panel and cylinder analyses, and more

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esacomp-44-nonlinear-smallESAComp 4.4 released in December features new geometrically nonlinear panel/cylinder analyses, Data Bank update, new/enhanced FE interfaces, implementation of LaRC03 failure criterion, and many more enhancements. A new 1.1 version of ComPoLyX, the FE post processing software distributed by Componeering, was also released in December. Read more...

At the origins of delamination stresses - Free edge analysis gives insight

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Free edge effectWhen you make a tensile test for [±45/0/90]s and [90/±45/0]s laminates you may observe different failure strengths. This may seem first surprising since the laminates are basically the same - only the stacking sequence is different, which should not influence on the in-plane values. Test samples are not infinite, however. At the free edges of a laminate, out-of-plane stresses arise even when the laminate is subjected to in-plane loading. Out-of-plane stresses are caused by the mismatch of material properties in the bonded adjacent layers. Read more...

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