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WE ARE COMMITTED TO SOLVE WHAT MATTERS MOST FOR OUR CLIENTS.
Our work is grounded in the conviction that science, technology and a passion for excellence can make industries more competitive and the world a better place. Check out what we can do for you today!

OUR LAB OFFERS UNIQUE TESTING CAPABILITIES.
We can characterize materials and components under extreme operative conditions which include: high strain rates, high and low temperature, and elevated dynamic pressures.

STATE OF THE ART TECHNOLOGY FOR OUTSTANDING RESULTS.
This includes dedicated modeling and analysis tools, software, experimental solutions and innovative testing to accelerate design and product development.

SEVERAL YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN THE FIELD TO PROVIDE ONLY THE BEST.
Our staff has several years of experience in the use and development of computational tools, testing materials and developing advanced modeling to support better and accurate design.

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TECHDYN Engineering is a research and development company - spin-off of the University of Cassino and Southern Lazio, Italy. We are specialized in design, analysis and testing of materials and components under extreme operative conditions with particular reference to high strain rates, elevated temperature, impact dynamics.


LATEST NEWS

INVESTIGATING MATERIALS UNDER EXTREME DEFORMATION
June 10, 2014
TECHDYN and Chalmers University (Sweden), developed a methodology based on quantitative microscopy (EBSD) to support material modelling under large deformation and high strain rate. Dynamic tensile extrusion test, performed on pure copper at 400 m/s impact, was used to get information about microstructure evolution.

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MULTISCALE MODELLING OF ENERGETIC MATERIALS
May 11, 2014
TECHDYN and Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL), UK have agreed to collaborate in developing advanced mesoscale modeling for energetic materials and explosives.

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MESOSCALE MODELLING WITH DIGIMAT
April 28, 2014
e-Xstream engineering, an MSC Software Company, leader in non-linear multiscale material modeling solutions, today has announced the collaboration with TECHDYN Engineering for advanced mesoscale modelling and the inclusion of Digimat software in the Computer Aided Design and Analysis course of University of Cassino and Southern Lazio - as a continuation of a long term collaboration between the University and MSC Software, 100% owner of e-Xstream.

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INCOMING 2014 COURSES
April 20, 2014
These are the dates for the next courses offered by TECHDYN staff:


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2013 ASME PVP STUDENT AWARD
July 20, 2013
Gabriel Testa received in Paris, France, the 2013 Pressure Vessel and Piping International Conference Student Paper Competation award for a technical paper presenting the procedure for the dynamic fracture toughness determination using Hokinson bar and circumferential crack bar geometry sample.

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NUCLEAR POWER PLANT DECOMISSIONING
In collaboration with the University of Cassino, Techdyn Engineering is carrying on a study on the integrity assessment of containers for the storage of irradiated materials resulting from decomissioning activity in Italy.

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STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY OF NUCLEAR COMPONENTS

The company is developing for a major piping manufacturer a structural integrity assessment program of fittings for nuclear power plant application.

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WE WILL BE PRESENT AT:
2014 - ECCC Conference, 5-7 May, Rome, ITALY
2014 - ASME Pressure Vessel and Piping International Conference,20-24 July, Anaheim, CA, USA
2014 - ASME OMAE Conference, 8-13 Jylu, San Francisco, CA - USA
2014 - AIAS Italian Association for Stress Analysis, 9-12 Sept., Rimini - ITALY

 

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TECHDYN is currently developing conductive rubber material for structural health monitoring of hybrid flexible joints for helicopter applications. A constitutive model for predicting piezo-mechanical response of carbon black filled rubber has been developed. At present, modeling activities is focused on modeling damage mechanisms responsibe for fatigue degradation of electrical properties.

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