Identification of unknown material properties by reverse engineering combining material database and AI

Date: 14 June 2023

Timetable: 10.00 - 11.00 CET

Speaker/s: Koji Yamamoto

Language: English

Virtual material testing based on homogenization theory is effective method for the purpose to predict anisotropic material properties.

The analysis needs to input properties for materials or material interface in the microstructure.

However, some of them are not easy to prepare with actual measurements, which are young modulus for radial direction of carbon fiber and the interfacial strength between fibers and resin etc.

In this webinar, analysis method and some examples of reverse engineering in microstructures of composites by combining material database collected from virtual material testing results and AI are presented.

Registration Procedure

This event is free of charge: registration is required to attend.

It uses a web platform that does not require local software installation. You can join the session via: Mac, PC, or any mobile device.

Registered participants will receive the link and credentials to participate at the email address provided during registration.

You can ask questions and participate in the discussion via the chat function in the web platform.

14 June - 10.00 CET

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