Advanced fiber fabrics have been utilized in not only anti-stabbing and bullet-proofing for body armor but also various industrial fields including vehicular armor and spacecraft structure. Furthermore, there have been a number of research to improve the ballistic performance of advanced fabrics introducing many computational approaches. In our research, an advanced fabric, Heracron manufactured in South Korea was modelled firstly using Autodyn, a commercial software specializing in impact and explosion phenomenon. The sensitivity of the input parameters was also confirmed by conducting simulations. To verify the numerical modelling, we measured and compared the simulation results with velocity decrements after impact involving one, three, and five layers of Heracron under 200-500 m/s impacts by an aluminum spherical projectile. The Heracron fabric was successfully modelled using Autodyn.