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Achieving Top Quality and Speed, in Simulation for Crash Test Dummies

Designing occupant friendly interiors that meet requirements in both safety and style, necessitates the extensive comprehension of models’ behavior in crash.

Today, we are able to study our models in detail with the aid of Engineering simulation, drastically reducing the physical tests with Anthropomorphic Test devices (ATDs), or “dummies”. This shift has made simulation models’ accuracy, quality, and set-up time, important cornerstones in designing highly competitive new products.

The combination of numerous Safety regulations, the various dummy models, and the different available solvers, make crucial the tools that speed up modeling processes, facilitate loadcase preparation, and provide easy and automated ways to handle and interpret the results.

Such tools that compose a complete environment for crash and safety analysis, are those offered by BETA CAE Systems through the ANSA multipurpose pre-processor and the META post-processor.

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