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Analysis of failure behavior of a plate using law - 1, law - 2, law - 27, and law - 36 material models and Johnson-cook failure card in Radioss.

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.

  • Duration : 1 Month
  • Domain : Mechanical Engineering, Automotive Engineering, Materials Engineering
  • Benefits : 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.
  • Price : 30000
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What will you do in this project?

In this project, you will work on a plate with different materials and failure cards. You will do the following in this project,

  • Failure of the plate is investigated with and without the XFEM formulation and the material is modeled with MAT-2.
  • Failure of the plate is investigated with the Elastic-Plastic Strain and the Johnson-Cook failures.
  • For the same plate, the material is modeled with MAT-36 with a Plastic-Strain and Stress and the failure is studied.
  • Then the plate is modeled with a Brittle Material card to understand the failure.

  • Boundary condition is defined such that a rigid sphere is made to impact on the plate with a velocity.
  • The plate is modeled with MAT-2 material card and the failure is defined through the XFEM formulation.
  • The failures are investigated to understand the best use case for the failure cards.

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Project Highlights

The project is an advanced level project
  • This project is great for undergraduate students (3rd and 4th year), M.Tech or MS students
  • If you are a working professional, this project will be helpful to learn Material Modeling with failures in Radioss Solver.

Pre-requisites
  • Must be comfortable with HyperMesh and Radioss Solver
  • Need a basic background in the Strength of Materials and FEA.
Work with Multiple Tools
You will learn how to use
  • HyperMesh
  • HyperView
  • HyperGraph

Analysis of failure behavior of a plate using law - 1, law - 2, law - 27, and law - 36 material models and Johnson-cook failure card in Radioss.

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.

  • Model a material card in Radioss solver
  • Post-Process the results in HyperView and HyperGraph.
  • Model the failure card by understanding the problem requirement.

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