Broadcast One

Weds, Nov 5

  • London: 16.00
  • Paris: 17.00
  • Los Angeles: 8.00
  • New York: 11.00

Managing composites data in the aerospace and defense industry

Granta supports makers and users of metals and alloys Steels data

Includes NCAMP guest speaker

Join Granta Design and our guest speaker, Michelle Man from the National Center for Advanced Materials Performance (NCAMP), to hear how to manage mission critical materials data, and the importance of best practice composites data management in the aerospace and defense industries.

What you'll get from next week's webinar:

  • Understand how NCAMP qualifies material systems for use in the aerospace sector, providing FAA and EASA compliance.
  • Find out about the Materials Data Management Consortium (MDMC), founded by Granta Design, and the work of the Composites Sub-Commitee, focused on improving composite data management.
  • Hear how Granta and our partners focus on high quality composites information for aerospace and defense.
  • Explore how GRANTA MI deals with the complications presented by composite materials.
  • Watch demonstrations of some of the latest capabilities of GRANTA MI and see how it integrates with materials statistical analysis tools.

Who should join the web seminar?

Managers concerned with materials engineering using composites for design or simulation.

Designers or analytical engineers who need to access FAA or EASA compliant data.

Materials specialists or engineers involved in product development, QA, testing, or research in the aerospace and related sectors.

About the presenters

Michelle Man is a Project Engineer at the National Center for Advanced Materials Performance (NCAMP) who manages qualification and equivalency composites material testing. NCAMP works with the FAA and industry partners to qualify material systems and populate a shared materials database that can be viewed publicly. NCAMP started as a FAA-funded program within the National Institute for Aviation Research at Wichita State University and stemmed from NASA's 1995 Advanced General Aviation Transport Experiment (AGATE).

Dr Will Marsden is Granta's Product Director for Aerospace, Defense & Energy. His experience includes research at Rolls-Royce and DERA, and management of the composites group for a finite element software organization. He coordinates the work of the Material Data Management Consortium (MDMC).