Primer Positioning Tool For GHBMC
Positioning the GHBMC model in Oasys PRIMER involves using a dummy “tree”. The tree contains post *END keywords that contain information on assemblies of parts within the GHMBC and how they are connected to each other. These trees allow you move the model around easily in PRIMER. Dummy trees are now available in PRIMER for all GHBMC detailed models (-O and -P) and are available for any PRIMER user, free of charge. Please raise a request through your local Oasys LS-DYNA distributor or by directly emailing [email protected]
BETA CAE Systems TOOLS
ANSA HBM Positioning Tool for the GHBMC model
The ANSA HBM positioning tool, combining new technologies with legacy software features, offers a state-of-the-art a solution for handling Virtual Human Body Models. The advanced integrated MBD solver and the morphing algorithms of the ANSA pre-processor make the real time articulation and positioning of the GHBMC model as easy as positioning an ATD model. The Biofidelic joint modelling along with automatic mesh deformation will help you achieve realistic model movements and complete a ready-to-run model without the need of pre-simulation.
The HBM positioning tool uses an easy-to-learn and easy-to-use user interface, and is available to ANSA users starting from version 21.1.0. All needed modelling metadata (biofidelic joint definitions etc.) is prepared and validated for each HBM model by BETA CAE Systems and is offered free of charge.
You may request the needed meta-datafile for the GHBMC M50-0 by contacting [email protected]
META HBM Tool for the GHBMC model
The META HBM tool provides all the necessary functionality for post- processing results of all GHBMC Models. Running interactively or in batch mode, META creates PPTX and PDF reports including videos and images of GHBM’s kinematics, strain contour plots, elements erosion identification, and injury criteria calculations (Brain CSDM, Abdominal soft tissue organs SED, etc). Moreover, time history results can be extracted from the Occupant Injury Criteria tool and compared to corresponding results of Anthropomorphic Test Devices (ATDs), while it is also easy to make comparisons between multiple simulation runs or results from different solvers. For more information, contact [email protected].