Broadcast One

Tues, Nov 29

  • London: 10.00
  • Paris: 11.00
Broadcast Two

Tues, Nov 29

  • Los Angeles: 9.00
  • New York: 12.00
  • London: 17.00
  • Paris: 18.00

Access an 'encyclopaedia' of materials data

Join us on Tuesday, November 29 to find out how to access error-free, independent and comparable materials data from an extensive set of databases. Save time spent looking for the right material or speaking with suppliers.

Register for this no-cost webinar to:

  • Learn how to save time and cost by accessing an extensive range of materials data
  • Discover a methodology to quickly identify the most suitable candidate materials for a given engineering application
  • Find out how to justify your material choices with confidence, avoiding errors and maximizing accuracy
  • See case studies for finding a drop-in replacement material and for a product refresh.

CES Selector data

Further information

The number materials on the market is continuously expanding. As designs evolve and requirements become harder to meet (e.g. higher operating temperature, reduction in weight, etc) companies seek alternative materials. The challenges include knowing which of the thousands of alternatives to focus on, finding materials properties, price and environmental data, and justifying your choice to stakeholders. You could contact suppliers but their recommendations may not be independent. CES Selector addresses all these issues by providing access to databases covering all classes of materials, along with the tools to rapidly identify the most suitable candidates. This saves considerable time and cost by enabling users to focus their development effort on the most promising solutions.

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.