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Thermal and Impact Analysis of a Nuclear Flask Design
Thomas Goulding, Senior Mechanical Engineer at Assystems presents at the UK ATC 2019. Nuclear transport flasks are used to store and transport nuclear waste material. When transported on public roads the flask must fulfil International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) test requirements, which are designed to ensure that release of radionuclides is not credible. Whilst on-site, the flask requirements are driven by the Safety Justification which can be quite different to those defined by the IAEA.

A function-led design process was undertaken to fulfil these requirements for an IAEA Type B(M) package. This required a range of drop impact simulations using RADIOSS.

Altair HyperWorks was used as a common enabling tool for the analyses. The tools within HyperWorks were used to perform multi-disciplinary optimisation of the flask, without the need to revisit the Computer-Aided Design (CAD) model. Workable solutions, proven by simulation, were then incorporated into the CAD design. This function-led process was seen to be more efficient than the traditional trial-and-error approach.

HyperMesh was used for mesh creation due to excellent element control and its capability to support a variety of solvers.

The use of HyperCrash (pre-processor), RADIOSS (solver) and HyperView (post-processor) enabled non-linear impact analyses to be performed.


HyperWorks for Crash: Model Preparation and Evaluation
This webinar will introduce the latest crash and safety capabilities in HyperWorks 14.0, working with RADIOSS, LS-DYNA and PAM-CRASH.

It also reviews other powerful tools and recommended processes available in Altair’s pre- and post-processing software.

Anadolu Isuzu Increases Truck Safety with HyperWorks Products
Safety Engineer Caner Kara is talking about their usage of Altair products in the design process of trucks and buses at Anadolu Isuzu.


Introduction to HyperCrash
HyperCrash is a robust pre-processing environment specifically designed to automate the creation of high-fidelity models for crash analysis and safety evaluation. Developed in cooperation with the industry's leading manufacturers, HyperCrash increases departmental efficiency and results accuracy through process driven workflows and automated model checking and correction.

Speed and Safety- Interview with Luca Pignacca of Dallara Automobili
Manufacturing and supply of Racing Cars, Dallara Automobili uses HyperWorks to help design all of their racing cars.

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