Predictive Modeling of Dynamic Processes (gebundenes Buch)

A Tribute to Professor Klaus Thoma
ISBN/EAN: 9781441907264
Sprache: Englisch
Umfang: XX, 460 S., 35 farbige Tab.
Auflage: 1. Auflage 2009
Einband: gebundenes Buch
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Predictive Modeling of Dynamic Processes provides an overview of hydrocode technology, applicable to a variety of industries and areas of engineering design. Covering automotive crash, blast impact, and hypervelocity impact phenomena, this volume offers readers an in-depth explanation of the fundamental code components. Chapters include informative introductions to each topic, and explain the specific requirements pertaining to each predictive hydrocode. Successfully blending crash simulation, hydrocode technology and impact engineering, this volume fills a gap in the current competing literature available.
InhaltsangabeI Simulation of Automotive Crash Processes.- Simulation of Recoverable Foams under Impact Loading.- The Numerical Simulation of Foam – An Example of Inter-Industrial Synergy.- Influence of Hardening Relations on Forming Limit Curves Predicted by the Theory of Marciniak, Kuczy?ski, and Pokora.- The Challenge to Predict Material Failure in Crashworthiness Applications: Simulation of Producibility to Serviceability.- Cohesive Zone Modeling for Adhesives.- Modeling the Plasticity of Various Material Classes with a Single Quadratic Yield Function.- On the Computation of a Generalised Dynamic J-Integral and its Application to the Durability of Steel Structures.- II Numerical Modeling of Blast and Impact Phenomena.- The MAX-Analysis: New Computational and Post-Processing Procedures for Vehicle Safety Analysis.- 10 Years RHT: A Review of Concrete Modelling and Hydrocode Applications.- Numerical Simulations of the Penetration of Glass Using Two Pressure-Dependent Constitutive Models.- On the main mechanisms in ballistic perforation of steel plates at sub-ordnance impact velocities.- Dimensioning of concrete walls against small calibre impact including models for deformable penetrators and the scattering of experimental results.- Numerical Analysis of Fluiddynamic Instabilities and Pressure Fluctuations in the Near Field of a Detonation.- Numerical Simulation of Muzzle Exit and Separation Process for Sabot–Guided Projectiles at M > 1.- Numerical Analysis of the Supercavitating Flow about blunt Bodies.- Numerical Analysis Method for the RC Structures Subjected to Aircraft Impact and HE Detonation.- Groundshock Displacements–Experiment and Simulation.- III Numerical Simulation of Hypervelocity Impact Effects.- Hypervelocity Impact Induced ShockWaves and Related Equations of State.- Artificial Viscosity Methods forModelling Shock Wave Propagation.- Review of Development of the Smooth Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH) Method.- Assessing the Resiliency of Composite Structural Systems and Materials Used in Earth-Orbiting Spacecraft to Hypervelocity Projectile Impact.- Numerical Simulation in Micrometeoroid and Orbital Debris Risk Assessment.- Numerical Modeling of Crater Formation by Meteorite Impact and Nuclear Explosion.
Simulation of Automotive Crash Processes: Development of Full Car Crash Simulation to An Integrated Design Tool.- Foam Models for Interior, Dummy and Exterior Applications.- TRIP and TWIP Steels.- Fiber Reinforced Plastics Under Crash.- Simulation Airbag Systems.- Numerical Modeling of Blast and Impact Phenomena: Simulation as a Design Tool for Protective Structures in Sensitive Buildings.- Large Structural Impacts.- Near and Far Field Blast Loading Simulations on Vehicle Structures.- Composites Under Impact.- Simulation of Protective Materials and Systems in Armored Vehicles.- Modeling of Meteorite Impact on Space Vehicles and on Earth: Simulation Based Design of the International Space Station¿s (ISS) Shielding System.- Shape Influence of Micro Meteorites and Space Debris on Their Impact Performance.- Specific Modeling Aspects for Large Meteorite Impact Conditions.- Modeling of Craters Due to Meteorite Impact and Nuclear Explosion.- Advanced Equations of State for Meteorite Impact.