ESRD is pleased to announce that we will be attending and presenting at The Conference on Advancing Analysis & Simulation in Engineering (CAASE) 2018 from June 5-7 in Cleveland, OH.
We need your vote! ESRD is planning a June 20th, 2018 webinar on a must-see Aerospace & Defense application, and we are requesting your participation in selecting the next topic. […]
On April 10th, ESRD and Altair co-presented a novel Aerospace & Defense (A&D) industry webinar, “Global-Local Workflows and High-Fidelity Stress Analysis for a Wing Flap Hinge Fitting”. If you were not able to attend, don’t worry; the on-demand webinar is now available! […]
Altair Partner Webinar: Global-Local Workflows and High-Fidelity Stress Analysis for a Wing Flap Hinge Fitting
ESRD and Altair will be presenting a novel Aerospace & Defense (A&D) industry webinar, “Global-Local Workflows and High-Fidelity Stress Analysis for a Wing Flap Hinge Fitting”, on April 10th at 10:00 am EDT. Learn more […]
ESRD will be exhibiting at AA&S 2018 in Jacksonville, FL from April 23-26! Come visit us at our booth (112) to chat about S.A.F.E.R. Numerical Simulation in the hyper-competitive A&D industry […]
Last week ESRD presented a webinar titled “High-Fidelity Stress Analysis for S.A.F.E.R. Structural Simulation”. The webinar’s recording is now available […]
On Thursday, December 14th @ 1:00 pm EST an Aerospace & Defense-oriented webinar titled “High-Fidelity Stress Analysis for S.A.F.E.R. Structural Simulation” will be provided by ESRD’s Brent Lancaster and Gordon Lehman. Sign up today […]
This past week at ASIP 2017, ESRD provided a training course titled “How to use the Crack Propagation Analysis Tool for 3D Crack Simulation”, presented a track presentation “Pros and Cons of 3D Crack Growth Simulation using Finite Elements” and exhibited at our booth. Read the summary of events […]
ESRD’s NAFEMS America 2017 Aerospace Simulation Engineering conference presentations available for download […]
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