Free Webinars

In addition to our in-depth training seminars, Veryst occasionally offers shorter webinars on a variety of topics.  Below are some of our upcoming courses.

If you would like to be notified when new webinars are posted, please write to us at seminars@veryst.com.

Upcoming Webinars

High-Rate Testing of Adhesives and Composites

The high-rate mechanical properties of adhesives and composites are important for numerous industries, including automotive, consumer electronics, and defense. In this webinar, we will demonstrate how to characterize composites and adhesive joints to understand joint performance under impact loading conditions. We will discuss how recent innovations in high-speed imaging can be leveraged to characterize structural adhesives at high strain rates.

Past Webinars

CFD Modeling for mRNA Vaccine Production

This webinar will introduce how to model fluid mixing and nanoparticle self-assembly for mRNA vaccine production using COMSOL Multiphysics and Ansys Fluent.  Such models can rapidly expedite experimental design for small-batch or production-scale applications.  Users will learn how to couple fluid dynamics, chemical species transport, and population balance models to predict mixing times and nanoparticle size distributions in these systems.

Introduction to Abaqus Python Scripting

This webinar will introduce users to Python scripting with Abaqus, a powerful tool enabling Abaqus users to parameterize models, automate workflows, and even enable functionality that is otherwise inaccessible due to severe repeatability.  In this class we will introduce you to Python scripting within the Abaqus environment, teach you how to get started, and showcase some basic capabilities through simple, instructive examples.

Advanced DMA Methods: Using Time-Temperature Superposition

In this free, one-hour webinar, we will share the basics of how a dynamic mechanical analysis (DMA) instrument can be used to measure the temperature- and time-dependent properties of materials.  We will then discuss time-temperature superposition, a technique for extrapolating the mechanical response of polymers to very long times or very high frequencies.

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