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A Suggestion of Simplified Load Formula for Blast Analysis
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A Suggestion of Simplified Load Formula for Blast Analysis
Jeon, Doo-Jin; Han, Sang-Eul;
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 Abstract
In this paper, a pressure-time history curve of blast load and Conwep model are presented, and a simplified blast load formula is suggested. Generally, a blast load are applied as a pressure-time history curve, and it is calculated by blast load formula such as Conwep model. The Conwep model which is used in most of the blast analysis is quiet difficult to calculate because of its complex process. Therefore, a simplified formula is proposed to calculate blast load by simple rational expressions and to make a simplified pressure-time history curve. In this process, a curve fitting method was used to find the simple rational expressions. The calculation results of the simplified formula have an error of less than 1% in comparison with the Conwep model. And, blast analyses using finite elements method are accomplished with the Conwep model and simplified formula for verification.
 Keywords
blast load;pressure-time history curve;Conwep model;curve fitting;simplified blast load formula;
 Language
Korean
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