We are dedicated to solving the most complex problems in composite material analysis


Our TRUE Multiscale™ technology provides unmatched level of accuracy and performance.

Get results 10x more accurately, and 6x faster

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What is MultiMechanics?

What we do

We develop MultiMech, a state-of-the-art multiscale finite element software package that helps companies using advanced materials greatly reduce physical prototyping and testing.

Questions we help answer

How will my composite structure fail?
What is the root cause of its failure?
How can I improve my design?

Differential

Our unique TRUE Multiscale™ technology extends all the benefits of Finite Element Modeling down to the microstructural level, and strongly couples the macro and micro mechanical response.

What is Multimech?

(and how can it help me with my composite design)

What can you do with MultiMech

Test Different Materials

Virtually create and test composites with multiple types of reinforcement, including woven, braided, particulate, as well as continuum and chopped fibers. Use our automated process for generation, meshing, and analysis of microstructural models, with full control over microstructural design variables.

Predict Composite Failure

Accurately predict structural failure based on microstructural design variables, such as fiber orientation and volume fraction. Model multiple damage mechanisms simultaneously, such as resin cracking, fiber breaking, fiber-resin deboning, and ply delamination.

Capture Manufacturing Induced Variation

See how how changes in the manufacturing process can affect the Import manufacturing. Because issues always start small, MultiMech lets you zoom into the material microstructure to find out where, when and why damage initiates

Industries and Material types MultiMech can be applied to:

 

Automotive   -   Aerospace   -   Defense   -   Energy   -   Other

Fabrics   -   Continuum Fibers   -   Chopped Fibers   -   Particulates   -   Other

Our Partners

Virtual Testing - SBC Experiment in Concrete


by MultiMech

This simulation shows an example of Virtual Testing. In this case, a Semi-Circular Bending (SCB) Test is modeled using an ...

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Automatic Insertion of Cohesive Zones / Cracks (2D and 3D)


by MultiMech

Using MultiMech™, two- or three-dimensional cohesive zones (cracks) can be automatically inserted in the finite element mesh “on-the-fly” (during the ...

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