Seat Anchorages are one of the critical components concerning passenger safety of a military vehicle. They required to be assessed for the fatigue life and other dynamic simulations to get their life and strength.
Seat anchorages of military vehicles are subjected to high excitation due to off road conditions and hence critical to be assessed for their fatigue life.
Although pressure vessels have been in use many years in a wide range of applications, it was not until the development of commercial diving and underwater construction (or caisson)-related activities that there was a defined need to design and fabricate these devices specifically for man-rating. Today, the use of pressure vessels for human occupancy (PVHOs) is becoming more widespread. Examples include diving re compression or decompression chambers, medical hyperbolic treatment chambers, hypocritical (altitude simulation) chambers, and tourist submarines.
Pressure vessels are widely applied in many various branches of industry such as chemical and petroleum machine building, nuclear and power engineering gas, oil and gas industries, aerospace etc. for various purposes.
The analysis is conducted to verify the integrity of the renovated column with the various working conditions and loads: internal pressure, packing, nozzle, platform, pipe support, fire proofing, insulation, operating liquid and self-weight.
Pressure vessels are widely applied in many various branches of industry such as chemical and petroleum machine building, nuclear and power engineering gas, oil and oil refining industries, aerospace techniques, etc for various purposes.
Detonation of high-energy explosives and the subsequent interaction of the detonation products and the associated shock waves with the surrounding media and structures involve highly non-linear phenomena of a transient nature.
The mine detonation is simulated in order to maximise the destructive effects of the explosion & the behaviour of the projectiles are studied.
Calculating the best pad eye locations, for which several FEM simulations were performed on the semi sphere. Sub-modelling is an important technique in finite element analyses that allows us to get a more accurate answer in a local region of a larger model.