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- To: "Struct EngAssoc" <seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org>
- Subject: Extreme loads on structures
- From: "ASC" <ggg(--nospam--at)bigpond.net.au>
- Date: Tue, 12 Oct 2004 07:56:39 -0700
If your Company is concerned about the response of their designs to unusual loading, like bomb blast, aircraft impact, vehicle impact, etc., you may find us very helpful. We are a small engineering team specializing in structural dynamics.
You may have a person on your staff who is somewhat familiar with handling such extreme loads. There may also be someone being trained in that direction. But this is long learning road with many dark alleys along the way and too big a knowledge for anyone to grasp entirely.
If you are interested in seeing a few event scenarios, I will send you samples of our work. (They have a form of Tech Notes, which are illustrated descriptions. The original simulations are video clips.) You will see some structures literally falling into pieces.
Whether you find those materials applicable or not, that remains to be seen. I am quite certain, however, that you will find them interesting. And rest assured, those pictures, simple as they might seem, represent the cutting edge of structural engineering.
We not only have extensive knowledge gathered over tens of years, but we also use state-of-the-art software like Ansys and LS-Dyna and other codes.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Dr Gregory Szuladzinski
Analytical Service Pty Ltd
5 Warwick St
T: 612 9418-1842
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