Newport News, VA, July 03, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Collier Research Corporation launched the first community user forum on its website, www.HyperSizer.com. Users can register for free and post questions, tips or suggestions, or just browse the multitude of information available. The forum is not only available to the public, but will be used to showcase new capabilities, and gather feedback from users on any improvements to this widely-used engineering software. Currently, information on software use, installation, analysis methods and project applications is available online. The new community user forum can be found at http://www.hypersizer.com/faq or by going to http://www.hypersizer.com and clicking on “Support”.
HyperSizer is used by aerospace industry leaders such as Boeing, Lockheed Martin, NASA to perform airframe weight optimization with traditional metallic materials and advanced composite laminates. HyperSizer is an engineering tool to be used by both designers and stress analysts. From preliminary design all the way to detailed final analyses, HyperSizer is used for
system-level structural trade studies, detailed part sizing, and to generate margin-of-safety stress reports required for FAA certification and in-service support.
About the Company:
Collier Research Corporation has provided methods research and software development to NASA and the aerospace industry since 1995. As the first company to license computer software from NASA Langley as part of the agency's effort to transfer technology to U.S. businesses, Collier Research Corp. strives to create engineering software that is robust, well supported, verified, intuitive, graphical, and highly productive for industry engineers.
For more information, visit http://www.hypersizer.com or contact:
Lauren Vollette, Marketing Director
Collier Research Corporation