Engineering Codes
Computational Mechanics


Contact Information

Christopher J. Freitas, Ph.D., P.E.
Senior Program Manager
Computational Mechanics
(210) 522-2137
cfreitas@swri.org

image: ATTAC Ver 4.0

 

image: Walker-Anderson Model Demonstration

Walker-Anderson Model Demonstration

Engineering codes are used to provide system-level simulations based on reduced equation sets such as:

  • Potential flow simulations
  • Hydraulic transient analysis
  • Analytical models
  • Total system performance analysis

Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) develops and enhances algorithms for a broad range of applications such as:

  • Penetration analysis
  • Shaped charge analysis
  • Blast pressure loading
  • Weapon target interaction
  • Hydraulic transient analysis
  • Droplet dynamics simulation

Engineering Codes

  • HYTTAP family of codes (SwRI)
  • POTENT family of codes (SwRI)
  • Walker-Anderson model (SwRI)
  • ATTAC (SwRI)
  • BLASTX
  • Schematic showing engine codes
Image: Schematic showing engine codes

Schematic showing engine codes

  • MEVA
  • CONWEP
  • DISPRE2
  • SEPA/SEDA
  • BIGGS
  • AIRBLAST
  • DROPDYN

Engineering Code Applications

  • Pipeline transient analysis
  • External aerodynamics
  • Penetration analysis
  • Shaped charge analysis
  • Blast pressure loading
  • Weapon-target interaction analysis

Related Terminology

computational mechanics  •  computational  •  tools  •  computational simulation • hydrocodes • engineering codes computational fluid dynamics • CFD • numerical simulation  •  finite volume methods  •  eulerian methods  •  lagrangian methods  •  arbitrary  •  lagrangian/eulerian methods  •  ALE methods  •  fluid flow  •  material response  •  deformation  •  penetration  •  fracture

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04/15/14