Design programs that both help users create components made of plastics and meet quality assessments and strength needs, are scarcely available in many commercial software solutions. PART Engineering, a member of the Altair Partner Alliance (APA), saw this lack of support in the industry and sought to change that.
Now available through the APA and compatible with Altair OptiStruct™ and Altair Radioss™, S-Life Plastics from PART Engineering provides a standardized assessment for plastic components and offers automated procedures to conduct short-term, long-term, and fatigue strength assessments. S-Life Plastics is easy-to-use and conducts static and fatigue strength calculations based on finite element analysis (FEA) results for plastic components made of unreinforced or reinforced thermoplastic materials. With S-Life Plastics, there is no uncertainty with how to conduct such assessments and false results are now avoided.
Evaluate the strength of plastic components with S-Life Plastics
Key benefits include:
- Easy-to-use even for non-expert users
- Significant time-savings compared to manual assessment
- Reliable results according to a proven assessment scheme
- Basis for unambiguous go/no go decisions
- Comprehensive documentation results for quality assurance purposes
- Seamless integration into the computer-aided engineering (CAE) process chain
All industries that develop plastic components with requirements to the component’s mechanical strength can benefit from this innovative product.
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PART Engineering is an independent technology-driven company providing efficient and solution-oriented software and simulation services aimed at enhancing the simulation-driven product development process of its customers. With more than 20 years of experience in CAE, the company develops software products to meet the needs of CAE engineers – creating reliable results by using simple and robust tools. The company supplies well-known organizations worldwide.
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