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In this third and last sequence paper we focus on developing a model to simulate birdstrike events using Lagrange and Arbitrary Lagrange Eulerian (ALE) in LSDYNA. We developed a standard work for the twoand threedimensional models for birdstrike events. We modeled the bird as a cylinder ﬂuid and the fan blade as a plate. The case study was that of frontal impact of softbodies on rigid plates based on the Lagrangian Bird Model. Results show very good agreement with available test data and within 7% error when compared with the Lagrange and SPH methods. The developed ALE approach is suitable for birdstrike events in tapered plates.
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