ASIP 2023 Conference Recap
At this year’s ASIP 2023 Conference in Denver, CO, ESRD provided a 2-hour training course titled “Enhancements in StressCheck v12.0 for DaDT Analysis of 3D Fastened Connections”, presented a technical paper titled “Experimental Validation of DTA Modeling of Bonded Wing Skin Repairs“, and passed out 3D printed F-35 and C-130 models at our booth inside the Gaylord Rockies Resort & Conference Center. The models were a big hit — look out for some new aircraft next year!
ESRD’s Brent Lancaster, Patrick Goulding, and Brian Lockwood spent the week chatting with ASIP attendees and meeting many enthusiastic StressCheck users. The ASIP Conference has become an exciting platform for demonstrating many strong use cases of StressCheck spanning the ASIP community, with around a dozen technical presentations utilizing our technology for their DaDT analyses. We are honored to be such a prominent part of this event and to have so many talented and loyal users in this industry.
We would like to extend our sincerest gratitude to all those who attended Brent’s training, Brian’s technical paper presentation, and/or stopped by our booth to say hello to us. In addition, this was Patrick’s first ASIP Conference and he was thrilled to have the opportunity to meet you all. We really enjoy getting the chance to see you each year and we’re already looking forward to attending ASIP 2024 in Austin, TX.
ASIP 2023 Training Materials Available
On Monday, November 27th, Brent had the pleasure of providing a training course to a large group of attentive ASIP engineers on Enhancements in StressCheck v12.0 for DaDT Analysis of 3D Fastened Connections. We were thrilled with the level of interest and engagement, and the opportunity to present the latest in StressCheck. Thanks to those who attended the training course in person (as well as virtually)!
If you are interested in this topic, you can download Brent’s training presentation (in PowerPoint show or PDF format) and watch the video demo via the below link (note: you must be a registered user to view the training materials):
We are looking forward to receiving your feedback on the training course presentation, as well as your ideas for ASIP 2024 training course topics.
ASIP 2023 Technical Paper Presentation Available
On Thursday, November 30th, Brian had the honor of presenting his technical paper “Experimental Validation of DTA Modeling of Bonded Wing Skin Repairs” to a strong audience of engaged ASIP attendees. The paper was a collaboration between ESRD, AP/ES (Dr. Scott Prost-Domasky) and USAF AFMC WRALC/ENC (Laura Pawlikowski), and continued their project discussed in last year’s presentation (“DTA of Bonded Repairs on the Wing Skin of the C130 Using Finite Elements“) by providing experimental testing data to validate their simulation results.
If you are interested in this topic, you can view Brian’s technical paper presentation (in PowerPoint show or PDF format) via the below link (note: you must be a registered user to view the training materials):
Preview StressCheck v12.0!
Would you like to schedule a preview demonstration of the new features in StressCheck v12?
We would be happy to walk you through the exciting updates to the user interface design, model navigation and visualization tools, and enhanced meshing features.