ASIP 2019 Conference Recap
This past week at ASIP 2019, ESRD provided a 2-hour training course titled “Automated 3D Crack Beta Curve Development via Smart Sim Apps”, chatted with “patients” at the StressCheck® Clinic, and exhibited at our convenient booth (above).
ESRD’s Brent Lancaster and Gordon Lehman enjoyed meeting many of the ASIP attendees, connecting with a wide variety of customers and colleagues, and sharing ESRD’s expertise on the development of FEA-based Sim Apps during our training course. As always, thanks to those who attended the training presentation and/or stopped by our booth to say hello to Brent and Gordon.
We were also pleased to learn that quite a few of this year’s ASIP presentations incorporated StressCheck® (or StressCheck®-Powered Sim Apps) to enhance their DaDT simulations. We are grateful to be included in the “toolboxes” of these ASIP engineers, and look forward to supporting their future fracture mechanics modeling challenges.
ASIP 2019 Training Materials Available…
On Monday, December 2nd, Brent had the pleasure of providing a training course on the development of FEA-based Sim Apps for the automation of 2D and 3D beta factors to a group of ASIP engineers. Thanks to those who attended and/or requested the training course presentation.
If you are interested in this topic, you can download Mr. Lancaster’s training presentation (in PowerPoint show or PDF format) from the link below:
We are looking forward to receiving your feedback on the training course presentation.
Note: if you are not a current ESRD customer and would like to evaluate the Sim App examples, please contact us for a trial evaluation of StressCheck®. In the “Comment or Message” box, please write “I would like to explore the ASIP 2019 Sim Apps.”
We are pleased to announce a Q1 2020 webinar titled “Mastering StressCheck®: Practical Training Approaches & Online Resources for A&D Engineers“. The abstract is as follows:
Strategies for mastering StressCheck® Professional for a variety of Aerospace & Defense engineering applications, and a review of the available training options and online resources, will be explored.
Learn more and register for the February 12th, 2020 webinar: