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ESI Group Integrates RTM Simulation In CATIA V5
Airbus and ESI Group announce their first collaboration in the field of virtual manufacturing. Based on Airbus specifications, ESI Group has developed a simulation application in CATIA V5 for composite parts manufactured using the liquid composite molding processes. Airbus is utilizing composite materials on a large scale in its new advanced aircraft programs. Resin transfer molding (RTM) simulation has been used for more than 10 years by EADS, the major share holder of Airbus, for simulating the injection of parts with resin fibrous reinforcements. These last years, EADS CCR (Centre Commun de Recherches, Suresnes, France) and ESI Group have collaborated to adapt the capabilities of its PAM-RTM software to the emerging needs of new aircraft programs. PAM-RTM can be used to design and develop new tooling and processes for composite materials. It checks the mold design and the process parameters to make sure that the parts are injected correctly the first time. PAM-RTM for CATIA V5 is the result of the first implementation of PAM-RTM capabilities in CATIA V5 during a two-year joint project with Airbus.


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