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A Forensic Engineering Study on Evaluation of Explosive Pressure and Velocity for LNG Explosion Accident using AUTODYN
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A Forensic Engineering Study on Evaluation of Explosive Pressure and Velocity for LNG Explosion Accident using AUTODYN
Kim, Eui Soo; Kim, Jong Hyuk; Shim, Jong Heon; Kim, Jin Pyo; Goh, Jae Mo; Park, Nam Kyu;
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 Abstract
Gas explosion accidents could cause a catastrophe. we need specialized and systematic accident investigation techniques to shed light on the cause and prevent similar accidents. In this study, we had performed LNG explosion simulation using AUTODYN which is the commercial explosion program and predicted the damage characteristics of the structures by LNG explosive power. In the first step, we could get LNG's physical and chemical explosion properties by calculation using TNT equivalency method. And then, by applying TNT equivalency value about the explosion limit concentration of LNG on the 2D-AUTODYN simulation, we could get the explosion pressure wave profiles (explosion pressure, explosion velocity, etc.). In the last step, we performed LNG explosion simulation by applying to the explosion pressure wave profiles as the input data on the 3D-AUTODYN simulation. As a result, we had performed analyzing of the explosion characteristics of LNG in accordance with concentration through the 3D-AUTODYN simulation in terms of the explosion pressure behavior and structure's destruction and damage behavior.
 Keywords
forensic engineering;gas explosion;TNT equivalency method;explosion limit;AUTODYN;
 Language
Korean
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