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SIMULIA Goes Social!

SIMULIA is more social than ever before, and the lines of communication are wide open! Join in the fun, tell your friends, and chat with us whenever/wherever! As they say, "The phone rings both ways," the same sentiment applies for social media. We want to hear from you! What do you want to see? What do you like? What do you want more of? Tell us!

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Interested in learning how to automate multi-step simulation workflows?

Join us on Thursday for this FREE eSeminar and learn how Learn how Isight could be used to:

•Automate a series of functions to create a Sim-flow
•Add components to a Sim-flow
•Execute a Sim-flow
•Visualize Sim-flow results
•Assess the impact of the various design variables on the objectives
and identify significant interactions among the design variables
•Perform material model calibration

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Abaqus Users Meet Up- 25 Locations Worldwide

 The SIMULIA Regional User Meetings (RUM) are being held in 25 locations around the world.

6 locations in the United States; 2 locations in Brazil; 7 locations in Asia/Pacific; and 9 locations in Europe.

Attend a RUM near you to meet other Abaqus users, learn about the latest FEA and multiphysics technology in Abaqus, as well as the latest Process Automation, Design Exploration, and Optimization technolgy in Isight and Tosca.

Find the location nearest to you here:

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Abaqus 6.13 - Live Webinar July 23

Abaqus 6.13 - Live Webinar! July 23, 9am EDT and 12 pm EDT. The latest release, Abaqus 6.13 delivers a number of powerful, customer-requested enhancements for modeling, meshing, visualization, contact, mechanics, and performance. These improvements enable customers to reduce development time and costs, while increasing the efficiency of the product development process through highly accurate simulations of real-world product and material behavior.

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Technology Brief: Optimization of Turbine Blade Dovetail Geometries Using Abaqus and Isight

The reliability of a gas or steam turbine is strongly
dependent on the blade structural design. 
Turbine blades are subjected
to very strenuous environments such as high temperatures, high stresses, and a
potentially high vibration environment. To avoid blade failures, they must be
designed to withstand these conditions. 

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Optimization and Flowchart Control in the Industry Process using Abaqus, CATIA, Moldflow with Isight Integration -2012

This study will be shown how to perform this integration with Isight as a manager of several different solvers and how all work together. The key aspect of the optimization process is the ability to integrate different analysis models such as: injection, structural, thermal, modal and etc.

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2012 SIMULIA Regional Users Meetings featuring Abaqus and Isight

Check out the global schedule of SIMULIA Regional User Meetings. Learn about Abaqus 6.12, Isight 5.7 for finite element analysis, multiphysics, simulation automation and design optimization.

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Exhaust Manifolds to Medical Devices: 11 Examples of Success with Isight at the SCC

To download any of the 11 conference papers, click here: Note that a brief one-time registration is required, but it will provide you with access to the entire SIMULIA Learning Community.

2012 SIMULIA Community Conference - May 15-17, 2012 - Providence RI, USA

May 15-17, 2012 - Providence RI, USA

Keynote speakers include Bernard Charles, President and CEO of Dassault Systemes, Jim O'Sullivan from Technip and Anthony Ferguson from 3M. They will be joined by an additional 85 user presenters.

If you have not registered yet, do so today. Join more than 450 of your peers from more than 130 unique organizations from around the world in one place - Providence, RI.

Tech Brief: Composite Winglet Optimization for Reliability and Robustness

A new tech brief was recently released on composite optimization. See below for additional information:  

Composite materials offer the potential for structures of lighter weight than their metallic counterparts. The stiffness and strength of a laminated composite structure depends directly on the ply stacking sequence. A design process that includes the effects of manufacturing tolerances and variability in lamina properties will allow for a more reliable and robust structure.

Call for Papers Open – 2012 SIMULIA Customer Conference

Join us in Providence, RI, May 15-17, 2012, and share your success story!Abstracts for papers are due November 7, 2011.All users of SIMULIA products including Abaqus FEA, Multiphysics, Isight and Simulation Lifecycle Management (SLM) are invited to submit an abstract.

Get more information here:

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Call for Papers on Abaqus FEA for 2011 SIMULIA Customer Conference

The 2011 SIMULIA Customer Conference (SCC) will be held May 16-19, 2011 in beautiful Barcelona, Spain. A city filled with world famous museums, historical sites, shopping, entertainment, and culinary delights.

We are pleased to invite you to join your colleagues and share your Abaqus FEA experience by submitting an abstract by November 8, 2010.

Abstracts are also being accepted for papers detailing the use of Isight for simulation process automation and design optimization.

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ExxonMobil and Tetrapak Keynote at SIMULIA Customer Conference - Early Bird Registration Open

Early bird registraion is open for the 2010  SCC which will be held May 25 - May 27, 2010 at the Rhode Island Convention Center in Providence, RI, just a short distance from SIMULIA's world headquarters.

There will be more than 80 customer presentations over the course of the 2 1/2 day conference. Advanced Seminars are offered on Monday May 24.

All users of SIMULIA products including Abaqus FEA, Isight, Fiper, and SIMULIA SLM invited to register for the conference.

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