Simulation of Roof Crush on Dodge Neon BIW Using HyperWorks Radioss
In this project, you will Import the car model and an impactor. Then the model needs to be transformed along various directions and the mesh is cleaned up for any free nodes and elements using HyperMesh. Proper contact is defined for the interface between the bodies. Finally, after running the simulation, the solution is post-processed, checked for any errors in HyperCrash and the results are validated against FMVSS 216 TARGET (3*GVW) by Crossing-plotting the Force-Time and Displacement graph.
Simulation of Side Pole impact test on a Dodge Neon BIW using Hyperworks Radioss
In this project, after importing the model, the mesh is cleaned up for any errors. The interface is defined between the impacting bodies. Various mass loads are added to balance the center of gravity and the simulation is set up to run using Radioss. The output results are then post-processed and the intrusion into the B-Pillar, Hinge pillar, and the fuel tank are measured in Hyperview. Finally, recommendations are made to reduce fuel tank intrusions.
Simulation of Full Frontal Crash Analysis of Neon BIW using Hyperworks Radioss
In this project, the simulation is set up by creating a rigid wall for the model to impact on. Mass balancing is done to achieve a target load of 700kgs and GC at a specified coordinate. Finally, the simulation is run and post-processed in HyperCrash. Various output results like axial forces on the rails from the bumper, shotgun cross-sectional forces are studied.
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Introduction to CrashWorthiness
In this module you will learn about the history of crash worthiness and why it is needed. We will primarily focus on the following aspects
Cost savings from virtual crash test analysis
Current requirements for crash test
Mathematics behind vehicle crashes
Numerical techniques used for virtual crash test analysis
CrashWorthiness life cycle
Through this module, you will gain familiarity of the following key steps that are involved in the work flow that the safety analysis team follows
Validated detail shell FRM from previous development cycle
Crash pulse and Intrusion
Validated MADYMO Occupant model
MADYMO Model Occupant Response
Safety Development Cycle in OEM
In this module you will learn about the Safety concepts that are applied to simulate the following components
UPV - Upper vehicle
UNV - Underbody
BIW - Body In White
In this module, you will learn the virtual test procedure for the following tests
Full Width Frontal
Load Path Analysis
You will perform Virtual Analysis to determine the "Crash Load Paths" in a passenger car
Working on HyperMesh
HyperMesh is one of the most populat Finite Element Preprocessor used to generate meshes of complex model.
Mesh quality and diagnostics
Working on HyperCrash
HyperCrash is a pre-processor for Radioss which is tailored to meet the needs of a crash users.
Setup crash conditions using the Safety Tools Module
Initial and Bounday conditions
Manage mass and intertia peroperties of each and every part
Working on HyperGraph and HyperView
HyperGraph & HyperView, both are post processing tools in the HyperWorks Package. HyperView is a visualization environment for Multi-Body Systmes while HyperGraph can be used for evaluation of thousands of graphs without losing the overview
Extract key information from the simulation
You will be using Plot Builder to create annotated plots directly from engineering simulation.
Hyperview provides the flexibility to perform Curve fitting, Eigen system analysis, Injury functions and user defined math functions
Compare simulation results with experimental data
With Hyperview, you can create deformation plots and animations
We will be post processing the data that we generate through Radioss
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Sanketh is a Mechanical Engineering Student whose area of interest is Motion Dynamics & Analysis.
Joy is an Automobile Enthusiast & a Mechanical Engineering Student interest in Analysing/Simulating Automobile Motion Parts
Abdul is from Bangalore. He has done excellent Projects on solving 1D & 2D Conduction Equations.
Top 5% of the class will get a merit certificate. Course completion certificate will be provided to all students who complete the course. You will receive both e-verified and hard copy of your certificates.
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