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Specific Aspects of Crashworthiness with Relevance to Numerical Simulation

Specific Aspects of Crashworthiness with Relevance to Numerical Simulation

Impact, Shock & Crash Community
Online Event

Tuesday 15th February 2022

08:00 PST (Los Angeles), 11:00 EST (New York)
16:00 GMT (London), 17:00 CET (Berlin)

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Agenda

Welcome & Overview

Trudy Hoye, NAFEMS Technical Working Groups Manager

Introduction to the Impact, Shock & Crash Working Group

Gino Duffett, Impact, Shock & Crash Working Group Chair

Presentation

Hugo Bastien, CREAFORM Engineering

Question & Answer Session

Attendees

Event Description

Crashworthiness is an area where numerical simulation can be leveraged due to the complexity of testing and measurements. Crashworthiness has its own specific needs in terms of simulations. Over the last decades, specific modelling features, tools and techniques have been developed in the different software packages to allow the Numerical outcome to easily match the outcome of physical impact test. An overview of the different aspects of crashworthiness simulation.

    About this event

    This event is being hosted by the NAFEMS Impact, Shock and Crash Working Group. For more information and to get involved go to the Impact, Shock and Crash Working Group webpage.

    The ISCWG has formed an online Community to enable NAFEMS members to learn more and interact with other engineers and scientists who have an interest in Impact, Shock and Crash analysis. For more information and to get involved go to the ISC Community webpage.

    NAFEMS Community
    This online event is available for free to members of the NAFEMS Impact, Shock & Crash Community.

    Presenter

    Olivia Stodieck

    Hugo Bastien, CREAFORM Engineering

    Hugo Bastien is a Senior FEA Engineer and Numerical Simulation Team Leader with CREAFORM Engineering in Canada. Since 2006, Hugo has been working extensively with the numerical simulations. He has been involved in product development within a highly skilled Engineering Team at CREAFORM Engineering since 2009. Hugo has acquired a solid knowledge of structural analysis in various fields. He has been performing Finite Element Analyses using multiple codes to predict the behaviour or assess the strength of products in the aerospace, aeronautic, military, bioengineering, transport, naval and heavy industry fields. Hugo graduated in 2009 with a M.Sc.A in Mechanical Engineering.