Science, Research & Development
Scientific Computing and Computational Physics
Co-developed a smooth particle hydrodynamics (SPH) hypervelocity impact code featuring full elasto-plastic continuum mechanics and a damage model.
High-performance parallel computing based on NVIDIA® CUDA™.
Applications include hypervelocity impacts and penetration studies. Example peer-reviewed publications:
Use of machine learning (neural networks and genetic algorithms) for predicting (numerical) experiment outcome. First peer-reviewed publication:
Sample SPH Simulation
A rocky 1 cm asteroid at a speed of 10 km/s cuts through a 1 cm aluminum spacecraft shielding. For better visibility the actual 3D SPH simulation has been cut in half.
Disclaimer: the methods and codes mentioned in this section are leading-edge and hence of a scientific, experimental nature.
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