|Aug17-12, 02:56 AM||#1|
Planning to do an Blast simulation on a vehicle.
Should I go for FSI or Use the load as pressure.
Please throw some light on the same.
|Aug17-12, 04:56 AM||#2|
Have a look at vehicle impact standards in your national code to see how they treat impulsive forces on barriers, bridges and other structures due to impact.
The UK codes state a specific applied load. There is much TRL research about this published.
|Aug17-12, 11:47 PM||#3|
This sort of thing is mostly still done uncoupled.
LS-DYNA does have FSI capability for blast, specifically, but it is rather new.
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