Vol.39, No.2, 2021, pp.179-195, doi:10.32604/csse.2021.014469
Research on the Novel Honeycomb-Like Cabin Based on Computer Simulation
  • Yong Wang, Yongyan Wang*, Songmei Li, Nan Qin, Peng Du, Tongtong Zhou
School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Qingdao University of Science and Technology, Qingdao, 266061, China
* Corresponding Author: Yongyan Wang. Email:
Received 22 September 2020; Accepted 25 October 2020; Issue published 20 July 2021
The antiknock capability and thermal protection performance of rescue capsules mainly depend on the structural design of the cabin. By designing a new type of cabin structure, it can resist the impact of explosion shock waves and thermal shocks. In this paper, a new honeycomb-like cabin is proposed; the model has a novel thermal insulation layer design. Then, the antiknock capabilities and thermal protection analysis are carried out by using computer software. The “Autodyn” analysis module in ANSYS Workbench 17.0 has been used to simulate the explosion of TNT with a certain quality in a single room. The pressure map over time and the pressure variation curve at different locations for a single room are obtained. Through the analysis module “Transient Structural,” the stress and deformation of the honeycomb-like cabin under the blast load are simulated. The “Transient Thermal” analysis module in the finite element software is used to conduct a transient thermal analysis on the cabin structure. The temperature map and the temperature rise curve of each layer of the cabin cases are obtained. The analysis results indicate that the honeycomb-like cabin design has a good antiknock capability and thermal protection performance, and it can meet the usage requirements of the rescue capsule under dangerous conditions.
The rescue capsule; computer; the honeycomb-like cabin; the antiknock ability; the thermal protection; the thermal insulation layer
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Wang, Y., Wang, Y., Li, S., Qin, N., Du, P. et al. (2021). Research on the Novel Honeycomb-Like Cabin Based on Computer Simulation. Computer Systems Science and Engineering, 39(2), 179–195.
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