Mechanical regularization in EikoTwin DIC

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By Lucas Angénieux, Research engineer at EikoSim In EikoTwin DIC, the calculation of displacement fields is performed on the simulation mesh. However, as this mathematical problem is by nature ill-posed, there is a mechanical regularization parameter that allows the user to add mechanical conditions to the field measurements. Contrary to most digital image correlation software, at…

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Digital image correlation for crack measurement

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In the context of crack propagation tests on composite material, EikoTwin image correlation solutions were used to meet a customer need. A post-processing script, exploiting the measurement data from EikoTwin DIC, was developed by EikoSim to bring satisfaction to the customer with a tailor-made solution. This work is part of Paul Nicolino’s engineering internship at…

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EIKOTWIN RELEASE NOTES – SPRING 2022

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By Florent Mathieu, Ceo of EikoSim The Spring 2022 release of the EikoTwin suite is available. Discover the details of the new features! On the menu of the EikoTwin Spring 2022 release, new features for all the software of the suite, and a newcomer! Discover the rest below, with first the presentation of EikoTwin Lite!…

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Simulation validation in Excel, it’s over!

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By Florent Mathieu, Ceo of EikoSim Ever wondered why you have to perform simulation validation of strain gauges in Excel ? In order to build more confidence in more refined simulation models, simulation models have to be backed up by a lot more real-world data, in order to avoid large design margins: teams now have…

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EIKOSIM BRIDGES THE GAP BETWEEN TESTS AND SIMULATIONS

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By Elisa Perozzi, Strategic & Digital Marketing Manager at EikoSim EikoSim is committed to reducing the gap between tests and simulation, by developing and transmitting to its customers the use of innovative tools for the validation of their numerical simulations. Thanks to its expertise and its close link with the LMT research laboratory (ENS Paris-Saclay), EikoSim…

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Safran Aircraft Engines trusts EikoSim with EikoTwin

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By Elisa Perozzi, Strategic & Digital Marketing Manager at EikoSim Julien Schneider is an expert at the Composites Industrial Center of Excellence at Safran Aircraft Engines, and he tells us about his experience with our software EikoTwin. What is EikoTwin? The EikoTwin software allows to implement a test/calculation dialogue during the development of industrial mechanical…

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Digital image correlation for automotive structures

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By Floriane Soulas, R&D Engineer at EikoSim Context In the context of monitoring large-scale production automotive parts, many parts are subjected to repeated tests to ensure their integrity once they are put into service. Thus, the test that we address in this paper is dedicated to the “gust of wind” tests of an opening structure (see…

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Thermal plugins from the EikoTwin suite

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By Clara Minguet, Research engineer at EikoSim In order to meet the specific needs of customers and to extend the use of the EikoTwin software suite to other fields of activity, EikoSim has developed two new optional plugins: the DIC and DT thermal plugins. As their names suggest, DIC thermal plugin can be used in…

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RELEASE NOTES EIKOTWIN SUMMER 2021

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By Florent Mathieu, Ceo of EikoSim The Summer 2021 release of the EikoTwin suite is available! Discover the details of the new features! On the menu of the EikoTwin Summer 2021 release, new functionalities for all the software of the suite, an optimized management of installations and licenses, as well as an online self-training module. Discover…

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White paper – simulation validation with DIC

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After 5 years of existence, and while in the permanent process of remodelling our offer and business model, we thought it would be a good time to summarize what we’ve understood of our industry and the key pain/value points we detected. We’re publishing the first parts on LinkedIn to get more feedback before we release the…

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