e-Xstream engineering, an MSC Software Company, is a leading global software and engineering services company, 100% focused on state of-the-art modeling of advanced composite materials and structures to help material suppliers and end users across the industries design and manufacture optimal composite products time and cost efficiently.
Products and services
Digimat, the Material Modeling Solution developed at e-Xstream, is an enabling technology to provide design tools that give the user 100% confidence in their composites products, winner of JEC 2015, JEC 2016 Innovation Award, ACE Award for Composite Excellence and R&D100 Innovation Award in 2016. It offers complete capabilities to model the nonlinear multi-scale behavior of advanced materials.
- Digimat MF: Mean-Field homogenization software used to predict the nonlinear behavior of multi-phase materials.
- Digimat FE: Finite Element based homogenization software used to model the nonlinear behavior of Representative Volume Elements (RVE) of material microstructures.
- Digimat MX: Material eXchange platform used to prepare, store, retrieve and securely exchange Digimat material models between material suppliers and end-users.
- Digimat CAE: Digimat linear and nonlinear interfaces to major processing and structural FEA software to enable multi-scale analyses of composite structures.
- Digimat MAP: Shell & 3D mapping software used to transfer fiber orientation, residual stresses and temperatures between dissimilar processing and structural meshes.
- Digimat RP: Easy and efficient solution for the design of fiber reinforced plastic parts.
- Digimat HC:Easy and efficient solution for the design of honeycomb sandwich panels.
- Digimat VA:Integrated Solution to Compute Virtual Allowables.
- Digimat for Additive Manufacturing:A holistic simulation approach providing the unique combination of material engineering, process simulation and structural engineering.
e-Xstream also provides engineering consulting services to address any needs in accurately predicting the micro-mechanical behavior of plastics & composite materials and parts.
Major manufacturing projects
- aiming at improving the stiffness and failure predictions of Long Fiber Reinforced Plastics
- aiming at improving the prediction of fatigue behaviour of composite
- aiming at making the link between a thermo-visco elastic model and the curing process
- aiming at modelling the progressive failure of continuous fiber composites
Dr Roger Assaker
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Europe, Africa, North America, South America, Asia