Center for Composite Materials - University of Delaware
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Events

February, 2020

Wednesday,
February 19, 2020

Newark, DE
Spring Research Reviews
The CCM Spring Research Review series will begin February 19th. This series is comprised of weekly overviews of the Center’s research focus areas. Each weekly session consists of four 15-minute presentations on specific topics within a designated focus area, along with a brief Q&A session. The Research Reviews, which are free and open to the public, are held every Wednesday at 11:30am in 106 CMSL through May 2020. Speakers include graduate students, post-docs, research associates, and affiliated faculty members, as well as invited speakers from Government and Industry.

March, 2020

Tuesday,
March 10, 2020

Webinar
Progressive Composite Damage Modeling in LS-DYNA (MAT162 & Others)
This course will provide a comparison between available composite models in LS-DYNA for shell and solid elements, e.g., MAT2, MAT54, MAT59, & MAT162. Among these material models, rate dependent progressive composite damage model MAT162 is considered as the state of the art. This short course will include the theory and practice of MAT162 composite damage model with applications to low and intermediate impact velocities, understanding the LS-DYNA programming parameters related to impact-contact, damage evolution, perforation and penetration of thin- and thick-section composites. Printed copies of all lecture notes will be provided along with a CD containing all example LS-DYNA keyword input decks used in this short course.
More information.
Wednesday,
March 11, 2020

Newark, DE
Progressive Composite Damage Modeling in LS-DYNA (MAT162 & Others)
This course will provide a comparison between available composite models in LS-DYNA for shell and solid elements, e.g., MAT2, MAT54, MAT59, & MAT162. Among these material models, rate dependent progressive composite damage model MAT162 is considered as the state of the art. This short course will include the theory and practice of MAT162 composite damage model with applications to low and intermediate impact velocities, understanding the LS-DYNA programming parameters related to impact-contact, damage evolution, perforation and penetration of thin- and thick-section composites. Printed copies of all lecture notes will be provided along with a CD containing all example LS-DYNA keyword input decks used in this short course.
More information.

May, 2020

Monday – Thursday
May 4-7, 2020

Seattle, WA
SAMPE 2020
More information to be announced.
SAMPE 2020

July, 2020

Tuesday,
July 14, 2020

Webinar
Progressive Composite Damage Modeling in LS-DYNA (MAT162 & Others)
This course will provide a comparison between available composite models in LS-DYNA for shell and solid elements, e.g., MAT2, MAT54, MAT59, & MAT162. Among these material models, rate dependent progressive composite damage model MAT162 is considered as the state of the art. This short course will include the theory and practice of MAT162 composite damage model with applications to low and intermediate impact velocities, understanding the LS-DYNA programming parameters related to impact-contact, damage evolution, perforation and penetration of thin- and thick-section composites. Printed copies of all lecture notes will be provided along with a CD containing all example LS-DYNA keyword input decks used in this short course.
More information.
Wednesday,
July 15, 2020

Newark, DE
Progressive Composite Damage Modeling in LS-DYNA (MAT162 & Others)
This course will provide a comparison between available composite models in LS-DYNA for shell and solid elements, e.g., MAT2, MAT54, MAT59, & MAT162. Among these material models, rate dependent progressive composite damage model MAT162 is considered as the state of the art. This short course will include the theory and practice of MAT162 composite damage model with applications to low and intermediate impact velocities, understanding the LS-DYNA programming parameters related to impact-contact, damage evolution, perforation and penetration of thin- and thick-section composites. Printed copies of all lecture notes will be provided along with a CD containing all example LS-DYNA keyword input decks used in this short course.
More information.

September, 2020

Saturday – Tuesday
September 21-24, 2020

Orlando, FL
CAMX
More information to be announced.
CAMX 2020

November, 2020

Tuesday,
November 17, 2020

Webinar
Progressive Composite Damage Modeling in LS-DYNA (MAT162 & Others)
This course will provide a comparison between available composite models in LS-DYNA for shell and solid elements, e.g., MAT2, MAT54, MAT59, & MAT162. Among these material models, rate dependent progressive composite damage model MAT162 is considered as the state of the art. This short course will include the theory and practice of MAT162 composite damage model with applications to low and intermediate impact velocities, understanding the LS-DYNA programming parameters related to impact-contact, damage evolution, perforation and penetration of thin- and thick-section composites. Printed copies of all lecture notes will be provided along with a CD containing all example LS-DYNA keyword input decks used in this short course.
More information.
Wednesday,
November 18, 2020

Newark, DE
Progressive Composite Damage Modeling in LS-DYNA (MAT162 & Others)
This course will provide a comparison between available composite models in LS-DYNA for shell and solid elements, e.g., MAT2, MAT54, MAT59, & MAT162. Among these material models, rate dependent progressive composite damage model MAT162 is considered as the state of the art. This short course will include the theory and practice of MAT162 composite damage model with applications to low and intermediate impact velocities, understanding the LS-DYNA programming parameters related to impact-contact, damage evolution, perforation and penetration of thin- and thick-section composites. Printed copies of all lecture notes will be provided along with a CD containing all example LS-DYNA keyword input decks used in this short course.
More information.

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