Simulation and impact testing

Our engineering company has a special ability in simulation and impact testing such as drop test, crash, car and building accident, aircraft collision with aircraft, high-speed impact, and ballistic limit determination.

Explicit solver simulation

The impact is a transient phenomenon and therefore requires the use of an explicit solver to simulate it. Our company has sufficient expertise in impact modeling and optimization of explicit finite element models to simulate the impact model with finite element software (FEA) such as Abaqus and LS-Dyna.

Material behavior at high strain rates

Materials experience very high strain rates when experiencing impact phenomena.
Determining the mechanical behavior of materials at these strain rates requires accurate and precise simulations.
In this company, if necessary, the necessary techniques such as Hopkinson test machine (Split Hopkinson Pressure Bar (SHPB)), material model calibration, and validation of studies and tests are used.

Modeling of failure mechanism

Our company uses advanced methods to predict the failure of various materials. The latest models of material failure, coding in finite element software, and calibration of material behavior are some of the measures used to achieve more accurate results. He also has sufficient experience in modeling and predicting progressive failure, as well as mechanisms and connections such as bolts, joints, and snap fittings.

Information processing and analysis

Explicit solver simulation produces a set of information that has both volume and noise. Techniques such as data truncating and filtering are used to properly extract information without destroying it.
Coding and scripting are also used for automatic information processing.

Customers from the petrochemical, automotive, packaging, rail, and polymer industries use the company’s impact and impact testing services.