Additive Manufacturing Technical Consultant, Additive Manufacturing & Materials
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3DEXPERIENCE Platform for Production Additive Manufacturing
While Additive Manufacturing (AM) has opened up possibilities for product design that were not even contemplated before, the industry still struggles with unknowns: part distortions, residual stress, microstructure defects etc. The 3DEXPERIENCE Platform on premise/cloud connects from design to production amongst designers, machine specialists and analysts. It starts the journey creating functional generative designs with one click from topology optimization addressing AM specific constraints. After build preparation engineers could choose to perform a detailed thermo-mechanical analysis to predict complex physics – such as microstructure evolution and as-built material behaviors – or fast stress analysis for compensated designs. Rated as first place in residual stress prediction by NIST AM Benchmark, the process simulations are validated and can be performed regardless of the process type (SLM, FFF, FDM, LDED, EDAM, MJFTM, SLS etc.) and material (Ti64, aluminium, steel, IN625, IN718 etc.).
Jing Bi is a Technical Consultant at Dassault Systèmes SIMULIA focusing on solutions that help realize the potential of Additive Manufacturing and Materials technologies. She works with industry, hardware and software partners, government labs and academic research institutes on simulation technologies to help bring Additive Manufacturing for production use. She has been with Dassault Systèmes for 6 years, and spent 3 of those years as a support engineer for BMW. Her simulation specializations include crashworthiness, multi-scale materials, composites, and additive manufacturing. She holds a BS from Huazhong University of Science and Technology, a BE from Wuhan University, an MS and a PhD from University of North Carolina at Charlotte.