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NANO Material Characterization Analysis (NANOCOMPOSITE)

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Product Highlights:

         Calculates lamina (ply) nanocomposite properties of polymers and ceramic matrix composites containing aligned chopped fiber like particles.

         Predicts the following ply properties:

o        Modulus

o        Poisson's Ratio

o        Strength

o        Accounts for manufacturing defects like voids.

         Calculates ply properties if chopped fibers (e.g., carbon nanotubes) are randomly oriented in the matrix with MCA module.

         Simulates enhanced nanocomposite or continuous fibers coated with enhanced matrix (multi-scale composites) like advance materials with PFA, PFDA, Fatigue and other modules.


         Precisely evaluates the service life of composite structures subject to static and dynamic loads if proper assumptions are made with minimum testing efforts

         Predicts the Inter-laminar shear strength, impact resistance, and fatigue failure initiation site and its development in aerospace, automotive and other composite structural components.

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