Model composites as easily as metals through a revolutionary approach to the early stage simulation of 1D, 2D, and 3D composites. SwiftComp enables an unprecedented combination of efficiency and accuracy in multiphysics modeling. Users are able to design earlier, get to market more quickly, and handle more complex problems than ever before. Analysis time is typically reduced from several hours to just seconds with 3D FEA-level accuracy (on minimal computing power).
SwiftComp is a general-purpose multiscale constitutive modeling code for unified modeling of composites beam, plates/shells, or 3D structures. It can quickly and easily calculate all the effective properties for a wide variety of composites, computing the best structural model for use in macroscopic structural analysis, as well as dehomogenization.
VABS is a popular general-purpose cross-sectional analysis tool for quickly and easily computing beam properties and recovering 3D fields of composite beams, including helicopter and wind turbine blades. It is the only tool capable of rigorously decoupling an original 3D slender solid with complex microstructure into a simple engineering beam model.
Even for complex composites, AnalySwift’s uniquely powerful approach delivers the accuracy of detailed 3D FEA at the efficiency of simple engineering models, reducing early stage analysis time from hours to seconds.
than 3D FEA for realistic rotor blade
than 3D FEA for 4 layer cross-ply laminate
AnalySwift products for efficient, high-fidelity composite modeling enable solutions in an wide variety of industries. In addition to traditionally composite-heavy industries, applications are also found in life sciences and other industries exploring complex heterogeneous materials and structures. Please contact us today for a free trial version of SwiftComp or VABS.
AnalySwift’s software handles a wide variety of 1D, 2D, and 3D composite structures, enabling the virtual testing of composites for mechanical and multifunctional properties.
MULTISCALE MODELING OF COMPOSITES
VIRTUAL TESTING OF COMPOSITES