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SIMULATION OF DYNAMIC EVENT OF IMPACT USING EXPLICIT 3D FEM MODEL AND VALIDATION BY EXPERIMENT AND CONTACT MODELS
International Journal of Engineering Applied Sciences and Technology
— In this study, an optimized method to simulate the dynamic 3D event of the impact of a rod with a flat surface has been presented. Unlike the 2D FEM based contact models, in this study both the bodies undergoing the impact are considered elastic(deformable) and simulation is the dynamic event of the impact, instead of predefined 2D symmetric contact analysis. Prominent contact models and plasticity models to define material properties in ANSYS are reviewed. Experimentation results of normaldoi:10.33564/ijeast.2021.v06i03.007 fatcat:pz3m6vdznbajnlvdminyitqicq