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Using Simulation to Protect The Built Environment

Using Simulation to Protect The Built Environment

Impact, Shock & Crash Community
Online Event

Tuesday 28th June 2022

08:00 PDT (Los Angeles), 11:00 EDT (New York)
16:00 BST (London), 17:00 CEST (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

David Ellis & Paul Turner, DJ Goode & Associates

Question & Answer Session

Attendees

Event Description

A discussion of a few ways in which simulation is used to develop cost-effective solutions for protecting people and infrastructure within the built environment. Topics include counter-terrorism design advice to resist the effects of improvised explosive devices and from the use of vehicles as weapons.

    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.

    This is a free online event. Join the NAFEMS Impact, Shock & Crash Community to be notified about future events.

    Presenters

    Olivia Stodieck

    David Ellis, DJ Goode & Associates

    David has been chartered with the Institute of Mechanical Engineers since 1995 and a Fellow since 1997. He has extensive experience in engineering simulation and has served on the Board of Directors (the NAFEMS Council) since 2005. David is also a member of the Education and Training Working Group.

     

    Olivia Stodieck

    Paul Turner, DJ Goode & Associates

    Paul has a masters degree in Civil Engineering and a PhD from the University of Nottingham focusing on composite materials under quasi-static and impact loading. He has been employed by D J Goode & Associates as a Chartered Engineer specialising in the protection of structures against the effects of blast and other dynamic load cases.