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Advanced FEA Compaction Model Using CEL Method - 2012

The application of the CEL method significantly enhances the capability of the compaction model for simulating multiple machine passes on level ground and slopes, traction behavior under large wheel slip, as well as blade dozing operations. It includes also some application examples for optimizing the design of a new generation of landfill compactors.

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Structural Design Optimization of the SAR Plate Assembly Through Genetic Algorithm - 2012

This study consists of an Isight application with the aim of automation and optimization of a structural design process of the SAR Plate Assembly. The multiobjective optimization problem that regards this specific helicopter component is handled through the use of 4 different genetic algorithms.

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Numerical Model of the Structural Behavior of Energy Disipators, Based on Buckling Restrained Braces - 2012

This article presents a numerical model of structural behavior of buckling restrained braces for the seismic protection of buildings. This design provides slender braces, which consequently, would buckle when shortened;conversely, this buckling is prevented by embedding the core in a stockier casing.

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The Dynamic Response and Evaluation of a Flare Storage Container during Slow Cook-off using Abaqus Explicit – CEL - 2012

In the case of accidental ignition, ammunition containers are designed to fail in a way that minimizes danger to nearby personnel. In the constant effort to improve the performance and safety of such containers, extensive experimental testing is required to assess new or modified designs.

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Fluid-Structure Interaction Simulations of Rocket Engine Side Loads - 2012

The goal of this work was to simulate both the flow in a rocket engine nozzle and the resulting flow-induced transient loads on the nozzle. This unsteady nozzle flow results in structural dynamic excitation, which contributes not only to nozzle stress and deformation but also to the dynamic loads that are transmitted to the rest of the engine.

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CAE-based Optimization Methodology for Stamping Process of Deep Drawn Automotive Component - 2012

This study demonstrates how to arrive at optimum
values of forming process parameters viz. blank size and blank holding force. An Abaqus based stamping process template has been developed with an objective to achieve desired quality of deep-drawn components.

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FEA Simulation of the Heart - 2012

This paper will discuss the question on the interaction forces between the human heart and the valvular prosthesis to illustrate how the core issues are dealt with in the biomedical device numerical simulation practice.

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Snow Load Simulation Correlationof the Light Commercial Vehicles - 2012

In this study, the analysis parameters have been investigated and a correlation with physical test results has been set. This test is much more important for a light commercial vehicle (LCV) because LCV has bigger roof area, more straight style and as a result of these two properties it has heavier roof panel than the other vehicle.

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3-D Finite Element Analysis of Instrumented Indentation of Transversely Isotropic Materials - 2012

In this study finite element computations are conducted using Abaqus to simulate indentation of transversely isotropic materials. Indentation simulation is carried out both perpendicular and parallel to the plane of isotropy using a 70.3 degree cone half-angle indenter.

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Accurate Finite Element Simulations of PTFE Components - 2012

This presentation demonstrate how all of the experimentally observed behaviors of this important material can be accurately simulated using Abaqus. Particular emphasis will be placed on the material model
selection and calibration.

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Structural Optimization of a Transversal Rolling Mill Component to Improve Flexional Stiffness - 2012

The structural component investigated is a roll mill bar which sustain a plug for atransversal rolling of steel pipes. The improvement of the stiffness of this component is the target of the simulation to achieve the desired flexional displacement. An optimization tool is used to achieve the target in a proper and fast way.

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Topology Optimization of Nacelle Components with ATOM - 2012

In this paper we identify two components as candidates for weight reduction. In order to achieve this goal without sacrificing the current performance of these components we use ATOM optimization software
within Abaqus environment.

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Development of Realistic Simulation Techniques to Predict Cure-Induced Microcracking in 3D Woven Composites - 2012

The main goal of this study is to improve the understanding of cure-induced microcracking through the development of realistic numerical models validated with experimental data. Specifically, microcracking predictions of unit cell FEA models of two different fiber architectures are compared with results of micro-computed tomography scans of actual panels with the same fiber architectures.

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Incremental Finite Element Model for Component Interaction Investigation of a Full-Depth Deck Panel System - 2012

This paper presents use of contact simulation and *MODEL CHANGE features in Abaqus to simulate the construction process of the 23-degree skew Parkview Bridge for design verification and assessing durability of the structural system.

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Finite Element Analysis of Rubber Treads on Tracks to Simulate Wear Development - 2012

This paper will describe the process of simulating the mechanism of wear that occur at the treads when a track is rolled over a surface. The objective of this research is to obtain an analytical procedure, validated with field tests that will help us understand better the conditions that affect rubber erosion at the treads to develop new rubber tread designs.

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Is it possible to open beverage packages virtually? -2021

This paper show possible selections of material models in conjunction with material damage models, adequately describing thin polymer films behaviour.
Comparison between the physical test and the virtual test, exerted to fracture Mode I – Centre Cracked Tension, showed a good correlation for the chosen modeling technique.

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Mesh Human Phantoms with MCNP - 2012

This report demonstrates these new capabilities of MCNP, specifically the use of unstructured mesh human phantoms for health
physics and medical applications.

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Modeling of Dock Door Bracings for Hurricane Winds - 2012

The wind-load response of braced and un-braced loading dock doors installed in industrial facilities in hurrican-prone areas was evaluated using Abaqus.

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Simulation of the Quasi-static Crushing of a Fabric Composite Plate - 2011

Simulation of the Quasi-static Crushing of a Fabric Composite Plate is a methodology for modeling the crushing behavior of composite structures using
Abaqus/Explicit. Very good quantitative and qualitative agreement between the
numerical results and experimental data is shown, demonstrating the utility of
Abaqus/Explicit for assessing the crashworthiness of composite structures and
reducing the amount of costly experimental testing.

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Isight Optimization of Material Parameters used in the Abaqus Worldwide Side Impact Dummy - 2012

An automated Isight optimization workflow for the calibration of material
parameters is presented. Using component models from the Abaqus Worldwide Side
Impact Dummy (WorldSID) we will validate one of the calibrated material
parameters by comparing the response of several dummy sub-assemblies with
experimental data.

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Fluid-Structure Interaction Analysis of a Prosthetic Aortic Valve using Abaqus/Explicit Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics - 2012

The smoothed particle hydrodynamic (SPH) analysis method in Abaqus/Explicit
overcomes this difficulty. In this Technology Brief, the SPH
technique will be used to determine the FSI response of a generic prosthetic
heart valve.

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Abaqus/Standard Coupled Simulation of Thermally Assisted Gravity Drainage of an Oil Sand Formation - 2012

Abaqus/Standard provides an analysis capability that allows for coupling between
heat transfer, pore fluid flow, and displacement. We demonstrate how this capability can be used to simulate the thermally
assisted gravity drainage of an oil sand formation.

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Two-Pass Rolling Simulation - 2012

Hot rolling is a basic metal forming technique that is used to transform
preformed shapes into final products or forms that are suitable for further
processing.  The important aspects of this manufacturing operation are the
elongation and spread of the material during the rolling process.

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Fully Coupled Fluid-Structure Interaction Analysis of Wind Turbine Rotor Blades-2012

A fully coupled fluid-structure interaction analysis of a wind turbine rotor is
presented. Abaqus/Standard and STAR-CCM+ are directly coupled through the
SIMULIA co-simulation engine. With this approach, a high fidelity modeling
strategy can be used to develop an accurate understanding of the blade dynamics.

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Simulation of the Ballistic Perforation of Aluminum Plates with Abaqus/Explicit -2012

Simulation of the Ballistic Perforation of Aluminum Plates describes Abaqus/Explicit modeling of the ballistic impact of metal projectiles
on metal targets. It will demonstrate the utility of Abaqus/Explicit as a tool
for reducing the amount of experimental testing as well as assessing the
projectile residual velocities and time-resolved kinematics. 

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