Composites company Greene Tweed has reportedly used new flow and cure simulation technology to create custom models.
Composites company Greene Tweed has reportedly used new flow and cure simulation technology to create custom models.

Composites company Greene Tweed has reportedly used new flow and cure simulation technology to create custom models.

According to the company, the software allows product design and molding to be analyzed and modified by running simulated experiments. These virtual experiments can catch design flaws early in the development process, enabling a more efficient use of time and resources. 

This story uses material from Greene Tweed, with editorial changes made by Materials Today. The views expressed in this article do not necessarily represent those of Elsevier.