Center for Composite Materials - University of Delaware
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Events

March, 2019

Tuesday,
March 12, 2019

Newark, DE
Webinar: A Short Course in Progressive Composite Damage Modeling in LS-DYNA (MAT162 & Others)
Progressive damage modeling of composites under low velocity impact, and high velocity impact is of interest to many applications including car crash, impact on pressure vessels, perforation and penetration of thin and thick section composites. This course will provide a comparison between available composite models in LS-DYNA for shell and solid elements, e.g., MAT2, MAT54, MAT59, & MAT162.
Find out more.
Tuesday – Thursday,
March 12 – 14, 2019

Paris-Nord Villepinte
JEC World 2019
JEC World in Paris is the only trade show that unites the global composite industry: an indication of the industry’s commitment to an international platform where users can find a full spectrum of processes, new materials, and composite solutions.

Schedule a meeting or visit us at booth #P46c to discuss partnering with CCM.
Schedule a meeting today!

Wednesday,
March 13, 2019

Newark, DE
In House: A Short Course in Progressive Composite Damage Modeling in LS-DYNA (MAT162 & Others)
Progressive damage modeling of composites under low velocity impact, and high velocity impact is of interest to many applications including car crash, impact on pressure vessels, perforation and penetration of thin and thick section composites. This course will provide a comparison between available composite models in LS-DYNA for shell and solid elements, e.g., MAT2, MAT54, MAT59, & MAT162.
Find out more.

May, 2019

Friday,
May 3, 2019

Newark, DE
2019 Student Achievement Day
The UD-CCM Annual Student Achievement Day Awards will be presented on May 3, 2019 at the University of Delaware’s Center for Composite Materials.
Monday – Thursday,
May 20 – 23, 2019

Charlotte, NC
SAMPE North America
SAMPE 2019 Conference and Exhibition is exclusively dedicated to advanced materials and processes. Produced by the North America Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering (SAMPE), this event brings together leading companies, engineers, scientists, and professionals from throughout the advanced materials and processes industry.
Schedule a meeting or visit us at booth #N42 to discuss partnering with CCM.
Schedule a meeting today!

July, 2019

Tuesday,
July 16, 2019

Newark, DE
Webinar: A Short Course in Progressive Composite Damage Modeling in LS-DYNA (MAT162 & Others)
Progressive damage modeling of composites under low velocity impact, and high velocity impact is of interest to many applications including car crash, impact on pressure vessels, perforation and penetration of thin and thick section composites. This course will provide a comparison between available composite models in LS-DYNA for shell and solid elements, e.g., MAT2, MAT54, MAT59, & MAT162.
Find out more.
Wednesday,
July 17, 2019

Newark, DE
In House: A Short Course in Progressive Composite Damage Modeling in LS-DYNA (MAT162 & Others)
Progressive damage modeling of composites under low velocity impact, and high velocity impact is of interest to many applications including car crash, impact on pressure vessels, perforation and penetration of thin and thick section composites. This course will provide a comparison between available composite models in LS-DYNA for shell and solid elements, e.g., MAT2, MAT54, MAT59, & MAT162.
Find out more.

September, 2019

Monday – Thursday,
Sept. 23 – 26, 2019

Anaheim, CA
CAMX 2019
Created by ACMA and SAMPE to connect and advance all aspects of the world’s composites and advanced materials communities, CAMX is an all-encompassing event. Regardless of the application — transportation, aerospace, marine, wind energy, software, construction and infrastructure, medical, academics, sports and leisure — CAMX is the must-attend event for products, solutions, networking, and advanced industry thinking.

November, 2019

Tuesday,
Nov. 19, 2019

Newark, DE
Webinar: A Short Course in Progressive Composite Damage Modeling in LS-DYNA (MAT162 & Others)
Progressive damage modeling of composites under low velocity impact, and high velocity impact is of interest to many applications including car crash, impact on pressure vessels, perforation and penetration of thin and thick section composites. This course will provide a comparison between available composite models in LS-DYNA for shell and solid elements, e.g., MAT2, MAT54, MAT59, & MAT162.
Find out more.
Wednesday,
Nov. 20, 2019

Newark, DE
In House: A Short Course in Progressive Composite Damage Modeling in LS-DYNA (MAT162 & Others)
Progressive damage modeling of composites under low velocity impact, and high velocity impact is of interest to many applications including car crash, impact on pressure vessels, perforation and penetration of thin and thick section composites. This course will provide a comparison between available composite models in LS-DYNA for shell and solid elements, e.g., MAT2, MAT54, MAT59, & MAT162.
Find out more.

December, 2019

Monday – Thursday,
Dec. 2-5, 2019

Phoenix, AZ
DMC 2019
The purpose of the Defense Manufacturing Conference is to bring together leaders from government, industry, and academia to exchange perspectives and information about critical Department of Defense (DoD) manufacturing technologies. The focus is on the production and sustainment of affordable defense systems. Over the years, DMC has become the principal national forum for discussion of defense manufacturing issues, policies, programs and capabilities, as well as counterpart industry initiatives and concerns.

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