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Digital image correlation for crack measurement

By Team Eikosim | 29 April 2022

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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EIKOSIM BRIDGES THE GAP BETWEEN TESTS AND SIMULATIONS

By Team Eikosim | 17 January 2022

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

By Team Eikosim | 9 November 2021

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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White paper – simulation validation with DIC

By Team Eikosim | 30 June 2021

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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Camera calibration: principles and procedures

By Team Eikosim | 22 March 2021

By Myriam Berny, R&D engineer at EikoSim The use of a multi-camera system for metrology and accurate measurements requires the calibration of these cameras. They can be represented mathematically by a projection model, in the form of a matrix, allowing the passage of the position of 3D points to their projection in 2D image space.…