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2019-04-03 - Introduction to MCalibration

New Class!
Introduction to MCalibration

Free, One-hour Webinar

This updated, one-hour, web-based class offers an overview of the MCalibration parameter extraction and material model calibration software. This course will review the challenges of defining appropriate material parameters from experimental data (particularly for nonlinear material models), examine how the MCalibration software can be used to analyze experimental data files, and discuss which material models can be calibrated with MCalibration. We will use hands-on exercises to learn how to determine the optimal model parameters for a variety of polymer materials.

Details:
Wednesday, April 3, 2019 11-11:45am
11:45am-12pm
Web-based Course
Question and Answer Session

(*EDT - Eastern Daylight Time)

Course Instructor

Sean S. Teller, Ph.D.

Senior Engineer

Learn More

Dr. Sean Teller is a Senior Engineer at Veryst Engineering. Dr. Teller has extensive experience in testing and modeling the mechanical behavior of materials. His expertise includes measuring the response of materials at impact rates, capturing the nonlinear behavior of advanced, engineering materials. His experience also includes characterizing the nonlinear, finite deformation response of materials, focusing largely on viscoplasticity, biomaterials, and fracture mechanics.

Dr. Teller earned his Ph.D. from Brown University in Solid Mechanics, with research on high frequency, nonlinear viscoelasticity.

Prerequisites

This class is intended for people with little or no experience with MCalibration.


Learning Objectives

By the end of the class you will know how to use MCalibration to:

  • prepare and structure experimental data
  • choose and analyze different material models
  • calibrate quickly all PolyUMod material models
  • calibrate Abaqus, ANSYS, LS-DYNA, and MSC.Marc material models.

Course Materials

Veryst will provide a free 2-week license to the MCalibration software and the PolyUMod Library of User-Material Models to all class registrants who have not had a software license. It is not necessary to have Abaqus, ANSYS, COMSOL, LS-DYNA, or MSC.Marc installed for the class.

Registration

The April 3, 2019 Introduction to MCalibration web-based course is free, but registration is required and class size is limited.

Use our secure online registration form (see below) or print out this page and submit by one of the following:
Scan and email to: seminars@veryst.com
Fax to: 781.433.0933
Mail to:
Seminars
Veryst Engineering
47 Kearney Road
Needham, MA 02494

Deadline for registration is: Friday, March 29, 2019.

Cancellation Policy

Veryst reserves the right to reject registrations and to cancel a webinar based on class size.


           

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