In this project, you will understand modeling of Material LAW-1- Elastic, LAW-2, LAW36 - Elastoplastic, and LAW-27-Brittle along with Johnson-Cook failure in Radioss. You will also understand XFEM formulation to understand the effect of cracking in the model.
In this project, you will work on a plate with different materials and failure cards. You will do the following in this project,
Here, you will setup a reduced car model and perform a frontal crash analysis using hypermesh software and solve the model using RADIOSS solver. The model is checked for intersections and penetrations. Errors are debugged and the model is simulated.
Here, you will setup a car model and perform a side crash analysis using hypermesh software and solve the model using RADIOSS solver. The model is checked for intersections and penetrations. Errors are debugged and the model is simulated.
In this project, you will be simulating a rigid sphere impacting over a plate with Aluminium material. The plate is first investigated for the failure with XFEM and without XFEM. Then the same plate failure is studied with the EPS and Johnson-Cook failure card. After understanding these failures then the plate is modeled with the elastic material card MAT-1 and the behavior is studied. MAT-36 is used to model the plate with the help of plastic strain and stress and failure of the plate are studied. Finally, the same plate is modeled with a Brittle material MAT-27 to understand the failure effects of Brittle material. With the help of the above investigations, a clear understanding is developed on the use cases of these failure cards and the material cards.
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