Center for Composite Materials - University of Delaware



CCM has been creating unique design and analysis software solutions for composite structures for more than two decades. The software is continuously upgraded to reflect new research findings as well as to capitalize on advances in computing technology. Software applications such as CDS 3.1, LIMS and MAT162 are used extensively by researchers at CCM and industrial sponsors to predict material properties and behavior during processing as well as study failure of composites under dynamic loading. 

For more information:

CDS v3.1 – Composite Design and Simulation Software

LIMS – Liquid Injection Molding Simulation

MAT162 in LS-DYNA: Progressive Damage Modeling of Composites

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