Broadcast One

Thu, Mar 17

  • London: 10.00
  • Paris: 11.00
Broadcast Two

Thu, Mar 17

  • Los Angeles: 10.00
  • New York: 13.00
  • London: 17.00
  • Paris: 18.00

Thinking of switching to composite materials?

Join us on Thursday, March 17 to find out how you can access comprehensive materials data and tools that help reduce the risks associated with selecting and specifying composite materials.

Register for this no-cost webinar to:

  • Discover how to access data on composites and more conventional materials
  • Learn how to quickly establish the benefits and limitations of the different material options and identify candidate materials, and see demonstrations based on development scenarios
  • Understand the impact of material choice on component design
  • Learn how CES Selector can provide confidence in your material choices and help you to communicate your recomendations to project stakeholders and sponsors.

Comparing a new composite material with the performance of other composites, plastics, and metals

Comparing a new composite material with the performance of other composites, plastics, and metals.


Further information

Interest in composite materials is driven by the current focus on reducing environmental impact. Should you be looking at these materials, and what are the benefits and drawbacks? Anyone selecting these composite materials, or designing products that use them, needs good data on their properties and good tools to apply this data. CES Selector is unique in providing the tools and all the right materials data that enable you to specify your engineering application, find alternative materials, and assess the suitability of those alternatives.

Who should join the web seminar?

This session will be of particular interest to:

  • Materials specialists
  • Project engineers, product engineers, development engineers and designers.

About the presenter

Dr. Charlie Bream is the Senior Product Manager for CES Selector at Granta Design. After completing his PhD on recycling of thermoset composites at Brunel University, he spent 14 years in industry working on the development of lightweight materials and structures for British Aerospace (Space Systems), Pera International, and NXT before joining Granta in 2007.