All the latest updates you might need to learn more about the ongoings at Engenuity


Source: Composites World

SMC simulation tool enhances design optimization


CAMX 2023: FiRMA, Engenuity’s new approach to SMC, uses a predictive technique that accurately reflects material properties and determine the performance range an SMC part or structure will exhibit.

Source: Composites UK

Predictive Analysis of SMC for Aerospace: Closing the Gap Between Simulation and Reality


Creative Composites, Engenuity Ltd, University of Warwick and Simutence will be working together with Spirit AeroSystems (Belfast) within the NATEP programme, funded by BEIS via the ATI, to develop a new software solution to predict the structural performance of SMC composite materials and enable their use in aerospace applications.

Source: Composites World

CAMX 2022 exhibit preview compilation, Part 1


CompositesWorld presents some of the 120 exhibitor previews received highlighting key technologies, services and trends at this year’s CAMX.  

Source: Composites World

SMC material configurations tailored to automotive battery enclosure design


SMC battery cover offers various module configurations, levels of performance, mass and cost for electric vehicles.

Source: Composites World

Trelleborg undertakes composite-based R&D project


The focus of the project is to develop a novel composite material that can be integrated into an EV battery to reduce the overall weight of the battery case.

Source: Composites World

Altair highlights design simulation and optimisation software


Altair is presenting its methods and solutions for design, optimization and simulation of composite structures and materials.

Source: Composites World

Chomarat glass fiber reinforcement lightens mass-produced auto parts


G-PLY, developed for KraussMaffei’s HP-RTM process, reportedly delivers weight savings of 60% for leaf springs.

Source: JEC World

A glass reinforcement that helps to lighten automotive leaf springs by 60% compared to metal


Chomarat has created a glass reinforcement adapted to the mass production of automotive parts, helping to lighten leaf springs by 60% compared to metal.019

Source: JEC World

The new Hengrui Corporation makes its debut


Hengrui Corporation (HRC), a Chinese tech company focusing on R&D, manufacturing and engineering of composites, announced on its WeChat account that it will make its debut with its new acquisition, the British company Engenuity, at China Composites Expo.

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