Access the most advanced reinforced plastic database that connects you with leading material suppliers

Digimat MX
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Digimat-MX provides access to the ecosystem of material suppliers with an extensive database of material cards, also enabling easy and fast calibration of Digimat material cards.

Navigating databases with premier material suppliers 

Databases serve as the backbone for data storage, retrieval and access of material data. With Digimat-MX, you can explore an expansive public database sourced by an ecosystem of material suppliers that delivers cutting-edge Digimat material models for use, covering various performances such as static, stiffness, strength, NVH, creep, fatigue, crash and many more. The database is equipped with encryption features to enable secure data sharing without compromising on confidentiality. 

The environment can also be used for your own private database. It offers automatic and interactive reverse engineering workflows capable of accurately calibrating micromechanical models based on limited experimental data. The centralised repository plays a pivotal role in increasing user’s efficiency by facilitating collaboration and streamlining processes.

Value & Benefits: 

  • Get insights of macroscopic properties of multiphase composite materials
  • Quantify the material sensitivity to the underlying microstructure, constituents, defects, etc.
  • Optimise properties to match specific requirements
  • Assess average per-phase properties leveraging multiscale simulation

Key features:

  • Database management
    • local or remote databases
    • public, personal and shared databases
    • generic and specific filtering
    • table and supplier view
    • data import and data sharing
    • groups and users' privileges
    • encryption features
    • pedigree
    • plotting tools
    • unit system conversion
  • Reverse engineering
    • automatic for chopped and continuous fibres reinforced polymers
    • interactive for static and dynamic, temperature and frequency dependence, creep, thermal expansion, failure and localisation factor
    • FEA validation