SAMPE Orange County Meeting Notice
Wed., Feb. 18th, 2015 at 6 p.m.
Modeling of Large Scale Reinforced Polymer Additive Manufacturing
Dr. Mohamad Reza (Farid) Talagani
Long Beach, CA
Distortion and buildup of residual stresses are common design problems in structures manufactured using polymer extrusion techniques, popularly known as 3D printing. Instead of improving the quality of prints via trial and error, we demonstrate simulation tools that can be used to optimize the manufacturing process prior to physical material deposition. Predictive tools are particularly important for large scale printers and structures due to the significant material expense. Computational tools providing a fully coupled thermo-mechanical solution of polymer additive manufacturing with reinforced plastics are presented along with comparison to physical observations.
3-D Printing Production Process
Simulation of 3-D Printing Production Defects
Mohamad Reza (Farid) Talagani- is a structural engineer at AlphaStar Corporation. His fields of expertise are composite mechanics and numerical simulations. Farid obtained his B.Sc. and M.Sc. from the department of Aerospace Structures at the Faculty of aerospace engineering of Delft university of technology in The Netherlands (TU-Delft) after which he did his Ph.D. at the National Aerospace Laboratory (NLR) in The Netherlands in cooperation with TU-Delft on Impact Analysis of Composite Structures.
Farid has worked in the industry since 2006, where his major focus was structural analysis of composite structures and finite element analysis.
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