FINDLAY, Ohio—Endurica L.L.C. is opening its virtual doors for several workshops and discussions in the coming months.
"Winning in Durability: Users spotlight with DRiV and Technetics Group" will be March 19 from 10 to 11 a.m.
Wondering what it looks like to use Endurica durability workflows in real-world rubber parts engineering? The company will spotlight experts from companies specializing in critical applications and the automotive sector.
The first of two presentations, "Enhancing the fatigue life of inflatable seals in demanding environments," will be offered by Francois Rouillard, mechanical engineer with Maestral Sealing Laboratory, Technetics. The information has been compiled in partnership with The French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission.
"Durability analysis of 3-axis input to elastomeric automotive bushing" will be offered by Josh Goossens, manager, Elastomer Materials Engineering, DRiV; and Guy Smith CAE manager, DRiV. Register for the March 19 event here.
"Viscoeleastic Effects in Elastomers and Impact on Durability" will be March 23-24 online with Christopher Robertson.
According to Endurica, "This two-part course will clarify the reasons for the various temperature, frequency and strain sweeps that are used in dynamic testing of elastomers (especially filled rubber) and discuss the impact of the viscoelastic behavior on heat build-up and durability of rubber products." Register here.
"Application of Rubber Fatigue Analysis with Endurica Software" will be April 13-16 with Will Mars, founder and president of Endurica. Lectures will be from 9 a.m. to noon online, with additional time avilable for questions during officer hours from 1 to 3 p.m. daily during course duration. Register online.