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Soil impact refers to the interaction between a solid object and the soil, wherein the object collides with or penetrates into the soil. This issue holds great importance across various industries, including civil engineering, geotechnical engineering, construction, and transportation. Understanding soil impact behavior is crucial for designing and assessing the safety and performance of structures and systems subjected to dynamic loads, such as vehicle collisions, pile driving, and projectile impacts. Simulation plays a vital role in studying soil impact. By employing advanced numerical methods and software tools like Abaqus, researchers and engineers can accurately model and analyze the complex interactions between objects and soil. Simulation allows for the investigation of various parameters, such as impact velocity, soil properties, object geometry, and boundary conditions, to assess their influence on the response and behavior of the system. In this package, you will learn how to do soil impact simulations in several practical examples.