VEXTEC Presenting at Trelleborg’s 2016 Global FEA Meeting

August, 2016 – Dr. Sanjeev Kulkarni (VP, Sales & Business Development) and Dr. Robert Tryon (CTO) from VEXTEC Corporation will be presenting at the 2016 Global Finite Element Analysis (FEA) meeting for Trelleborg Sealing Solutions (TSS) to be held in Boston, MA on September 15. The presentation will discuss the “Implementation of ‘Integrated Computational Materials Engineering’ or ‘ICME’ towards Managing the Fatigue Life of Components and Assemblies”.

ICME combines computational modeling and materials engineering, and considers materials at multiple length scales, processes that produce these materials and the properties to predict and optimize the performance of components. VEXTEC characterizes materials at the microstructural level and uses its Virtual Life Management®  (VLM®) technology to understand material damage, flaw initiation and crack propagation towards estimating fatigue life in components and assemblies subject thermal / mechanical cyclic loads. The talk will discuss VLM in the context of industry recognized structural design philosophies: Safe Life and Damage Tolerance.

VEXTEC Presenting at International Conference on Fatigue Damage of Structural Materials XI

August 30, 2016 -Dr. Robert Tryon, CTO of VEXTEC, will be presenting at the eleventh biennial International Conference on Fatigue Damage of Structural Materials which will be held in Hyannis, Massachusetts beginning September 18th through the 23rd. This conference will bring together delegates from around the world to discuss how to characterize, predict, and analyze the fatigue damage of structural materials. Dr. Tryon’s presentation titled, “Microscale Computational Fatigue Modeling of Structures with Surface Corrosion” will be given, Tuesday, September 20th at 11:10 a.m.