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bird strike simulation using abaqus

bird strike simulation using abaqus

bird strike simulation using abaqus

Is there anyone here ever doing bird strike simulation (numeric) using abaqus and compared the result with experimental?

RE: bird strike simulation using abaqus

In addition to this forum, You may want to ask same quesion in DASSAULT: ABAQUS FEA Solver Forum... http://www.eng-tips.com/threadminder.cfm?pid=799

Appears that a lot of similar questions are being discussed in the recommended forum.

Regards, Wil Taylor

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RE: bird strike simulation using abaqus

My company has done bird strike analysis with LSDyna and we have some full scale test data. All proprietary though.

RE: bird strike simulation using abaqus

I'm very new in this forum and so in abaqus. But thanks for your suggestion Mr. Wil. Nice quote.:)

Hi, SW. I need a document with the detail data, that comparable with experimental test. So i can try it in abaqus and verification my software, method, and technique then i can do my project in the same way. You think it's possible?

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