We develop software that helps engineers accelerate innovation and the product development lifecycle by virtually predicting failure in advanced materials at an unprecedented level of speed and accuracy.
MultiMechanics was founded in 2010 and is based in Omaha, Nebraska. One of our first projects was helping the US Army Research Laboratory explore impact applications, and the company has since evolved to specialize in helping material manufacturers and their clients better understand how composites will behave under extreme conditions.
MultiMechanics in the News
Siemens to integrate MultiMechanics' TRUE Multiscale simulation technology with Simcenter 3D software to accelerate innovation and adoption of advanced materials, company says.
Research designed to reduce development time of novel CMC materials.
MultiMechanics MultiMech 19.0 offers increased performance of multiscale composite simulation.
MultiMechanics MultiMech 19.0 composite simulation software specializes in finite element analysis of carbon fiber and other composites.
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.
Release improves breadth and run times of multiscale composite simulations, company says.
MultiMechanics and Opterus R&D collaborate to create advanced material models in response to NASA solicitation. Collaboration will advance knowledge of thin-ply high strain composites for space application.
New advancements help better predict material, product performance.
MultiMechanics joins Siemens’ Solution Partner Program to deliver multiscale capabilities to Siemens’ Simcenter 3D Users. Agreement enables users to obtain deeper understanding of material failure.
Mondial.Tech Startup Award, CAMX Award and Award for Composites Excellence all recognize innovation in startups and composites.
Collaboration of MultiMechanics and Fortify aims to enable users to optimize manufactured parts for specific applications.
Release includes new GUI featuring pressure vessel optimization capabilities and an enhanced workflow with ANSYS.
Democratizing simulation will require software providers to generate a mix of specialty and high-level applications.
Solvay estimates a 40% reduction in development and certification process.
The MultiMechanics release contains several new features designed to improve accuracy, speed and ease of use.