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How do I use Kevlar woven fabric in Ansys?

How do I use Kevlar woven fabric in Ansys?

How do I use Kevlar woven fabric in Ansys?

Dear all,

I know that I can use Material Designer (Workbench 17.0), but there does not seem to be enough information online/YouTube for creating Kevlar fibres specifically. Furthermore, is it possible to integrate the material from Material Designer or Granta and incorporate it into one of the bodies in explicit dynamics? Such that it behaves exactly like Kevlar fabric? Help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you very much.

RE: How do I use Kevlar woven fabric in Ansys?

There are some scientific papers that can be useful for your study. For example check the article titled "Simulation and Experimental Tests of Ballistic Impact on Composite Laminate Armor" by A.M. Soudan et al. There you can find details about modeling of kevlar fabric.

RE: How do I use Kevlar woven fabric in Ansys?

Thank you!

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