Expedite Product Testing With THOR-50M
To improve the time from product concept to delivery, the THOR-50M finite element model has been developed and validated by the leading LS-DYNA, biomechanics, and occupant protection experts from FRC for use on Linux clusters with ANSYS LS-DYNA, the world standard for virtual impact crash testing.
THOR-50M Finite Element Model
Meets All NHTSA and Euro-NCAP Calibration Corridors
Supporting Manufacturers in Ground Vehicle, Aerospace, and Defense Industries with State-of-the-Art Virtual Testing and Validation of Advanced Safety Systems
Easy to Use
A positioning tree makes adjustment of the virtual dummy easy and intuitive
Sensor output data consistent between FE and physical dummy are easily accessible from the THOR-50M 50th percentile male virtual model.
Easy to follow part numbering structure
Uses state of the art modeling methods and reflects high quality meshing
All jacket parts incorporated
Accurate instrumentation locations
Both detailed and fast running models are available
Compatible with available pre-post processors like LS-PREPOST and Hypermesh among others
Supports Linux and Windows operating systems
Linux MPP INTEL clusters
The THOR-50M 50th percentile male dummy model meets all calibration requirements
The model is validated against component level and full-scale test results from the THOR-50M 50th dummy
State of the art modeling methods ensure accuracy and model stability
The masses and moments of inertia of individual parts and part groups are consistent with those of the physical dummy
All jacket inserted parts incorporated.
Instrumentation locations and reference systems accurately incorporated
Reflects the most recent updates to the THOR-50M performance requirement corridors
Meets EU and US performance requirements
Sled Testing With Seat Belt And Airbag
FRC provides Customers with worldwide technical support for use of the THOR 50th percentile dummy and other finite element virtual testing products.
Professional Services for safety product development and testing are provided to Customers with our expert technical staff in biomechanics, restraints, and crashworthiness development and testing.
FRC's deep science and engineering team support our finite element model development needs on an ongoing basis.