ESRD, Inc. will be exhibiting and providing a training course at the ASIP Conference 2017 in Jacksonville, FL from November 27-30. We look forward to connecting with our customer base, past, present and future! The training course titled “How to use the Crack Propagation Analysis Tool for 3D Crack Simulation” will be held Monday, November 27, […]
SAINT LOUIS, MISSOURI – September 27, 2017 Engineering Software Research & Development, Inc. (ESRD) recently participated in two Aerospace & Defense industry workshops in North America, both intended to advance numerical simulation technology for the prediction and extension of airframe component life. AFGROW Workshop 2017 Dr. Ricardo Actis, ESRD, Inc. President and CEO, presented a […]
In this “S.A.F.E.R. Simulation” post we will share the key takeaways for engineers and their managers from a recent ESRD webinar on “Durability and Damage Tolerance Analysis Best Practices in the A&D Industry”. We’ll identify the factors that restrain the wider adoption of computational numerical simulation methodologies, and in particular finite element analysis (FEA) software, […]
This year, Aerospace Simulation Engineering is one of the “Big Issues” promoted by NAFEMS Americas. Because ESRD is hyper-focused on Aerospace & Defense, Numerical Simulation, Simulation Governance, and Verification and Validation, we will be co-sponsoring a NAFEMS Americas event dedicated to exploring this challenge. From the NAFEMS Americas website: Located at the NIAR training facility in […]
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