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What's New in MultiMech 19.0
MultiMechanics is excited to announce the release of MultiMech 19.0.

Composite materials are currently transforming the transportation industry by improving efficiency, lowering emissions, and decreasing fuel consumption. However, the current process for adopting these advanced materials is time sensitive and can cost millions in testing and certification. To help address these challenges, MultiMech 19.0 delivers new material models, new damage scenarios, faster run times, and expanded integration with commonly used FEA systems.

Join our webinar to learn about the new features added to this release, including:
-New bi-modulus elastic model, enabling engineers to better capture the mechanical behavior of carbon fibers
-Solver speed-up of 1.5x
-Parallel runs in Optimizer
-New material and failure models, including continuum damage models for orthotropic materials and new damage laws that will allow users to capture unique material behavior with higher accuracy
-Enhancements to nonlinear solver, including automated time step, optional displacement convergence, and the ability to check for large displacements in the nonlinear solver
-Material Database, allowing users to easily create, import, and share individual materials and full microstructural models with other users
-Virtual DMA
-ANSYS DX integration

After the webinar, a Q&A will be held with our President & CTO, Dr. Flavio Souza. Register today!

Apr 11, 2019 9:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Flavio Souza
President & CTO @MultiMechanics
Dr. Flavio Souza is well-known in the field of composites for his research and advocacy for the expansion of advanced materials. He has authored and co-authored over 50 technical papers and presentations. He is a respected reviewer of many peer-reviewed scientific journals and he has won several awards for his advances in the field.
Hayden Cornwell
Application Engineer @MultiMechanics
Hayden obtained his Bachelors and Masters Degrees in Aerospace Engineering from MIT. As Application Engineer at MultiMechanics, he is responsible for working with customers to solve their material engineering problems using MultiMech.