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14th PERMAS Users' Conference in 2018

On April 12th to 13th, 2018, the 14th PERMAS Users' Conference took place in Stuttgart with 130 participants from 13 countries. 19 presentations from different fields covered a big part of PERMAS functionalities (Program).

INTES cordially thanks all presenters and the audience for their participation.

An important part of the conference was dedicated to the new PERMAS Version 17 and the new VisPER Version 6 which will be shipped to the customers soon. Among others major achievements include:

  • Thread contact on cylindrical mesh.
  • New MPC-update in nonlinear static analysis.
  • Improved MLDR procedure.
  • Elements with visco-elastic material.
  • Revision of laminate handling.
  • Optimization of laminates.
  • New stress and error indicators.
  • Performance improvements.
  • New Wizards for pressfit, sampling, design by simulation, and assembly and part exchange.
  • Improved Wizards for contact, topology- and shape optimization.
  • Extended post-processing and visualization.
  • Widely improved comfort and functionalities.