Matt Barsotti and David Stevens will be representing PEC at the 2017 Ground Vehicle Systems Engineering and Technology Symposium (GVSETS) and Advanced Planning Briefing for Industry (APBI) this week in Detroit, Michigan and presenting on some of our recent computational modeling and protective system research work. GVSETS is one of the premier events in the armored vehicle world, bringing together government, industry, contractors, and academia. Matt and David will be giving presentations on computational modeling of land mine detonations (abstract available here) and on testing and modeling shock-loaded connections (abstract available here).
Read more about PEC’s work in protective design and research using the links below:
- Case Study: Sandy Soil Material Development for Landmine Modeling
- News Post: Modeling of Landmine Loading of Armored Vehicles and Extension to Field Testing Assessment
- Case Study: Bolted Connection Modeling for Shock Loading
- Expertise Area: Computational Modeling