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Webinar – predicting blast simulations

23 Apr, 2024 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am


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4RealSim is pleased to announce a blast simulation webinar. As a leader in engineering services within this domain, we are excited to offer valuable insights and expertise during this session. We look forward to your interest and participation.

This event is intended for engineers in our territory.

Blast simulations

The complexities of ballistics and blast phenomena, characterized by dynamic, nonlinear mechanical behaviors like failure and plasticity, demand sophisticated modeling techniques across multiple physical domains, including underwater explosions or UNDEX scenarios. With system failures often resulting in catastrophic outcomes, the need for realistic simulation is paramount.
As pioneers in engineering services within this domain, we are eager to share valuable insights and expertise during this session. During the webinar, we will demonstrate what is achievable in this field, offering practical examples and showcasing the possibilities within blast simulations.

During our event, we will introduce blast simulations and how you can realistically simulate these highly complex loading conditions, reducing design cycle times dramatically and speeding deployment of mission-critical and life-preserving components. We will focus on safety, design, and risk mitigation

Intended for the following industries

  1. Defense and Military: Military organizations often use blast predictions to assess the impact of explosions on structures, vehicles, and personnel. This information helps in designing protective measures and optimizing defense strategies.
  2. Aerospace and Aviation: Blast predictions are crucial for ensuring the safety of aircraft and spacecraft during takeoff, landing, and in emergency scenarios. Understanding blast effects on aircraft structures and components is essential for designing resilient vehicles.
  3. Civil Engineering and Construction: Engineers involved in the design and construction of buildings, bridges, and other infrastructure need blast predictions to assess the structural integrity and resilience of their designs against potential explosions from accidents or acts of terrorism.
  4. Oil and Gas Industry: Blast predictions are relevant in the oil and gas sector for assessing the risks associated with explosions at refineries, pipelines, and drilling sites. Understanding blast effects helps in implementing safety measures and emergency response plans.
  5. Law Enforcement and Homeland Security: Blast predictions play a vital role in homeland security and law enforcement efforts to protect critical infrastructure, public spaces, and events from potential terrorist attacks involving explosives.
  6. Research and Development: Researchers and scientists studying blast phenomena may be interested in blast predictions to advance understanding, develop mitigation strategies, and improve protective measures against explosions.


23 Apr, 2024
10:00 am - 11:00 am


Online via webinar