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LS-DYNA Compact: Joining Techniques in LS-DYNA

In many scenarios the failure prediction of a simulation strongly depends on the modeling of the used joining techniques. For typical connections like adhesive-bonding, welding, spot-welding or riveting special material models are available in LS-DYNA.

In this webinar an introduction into some of the most commonly used material models is presented. The theoretical background of these models is briefly addressed and an overview of the usage is given. The focus of the webinar lies as well on the application of the well introduced material models MAT_ARUP_ADHESIVE (MAT_169) for line and area shaped connections and MAT_SPOTWELD (MAT_100) for point shaped connections, as on the more recent innovations MAT_COHESIVE_MIXED_MODE_ELASTOPLASTIC_RATE (MAT_240) and CONSTRAINED_INTERPOLATION_SPOTWELD.

The webinar is designed for engineers with practical simulation experience who wish to broaden their knowledge in the field of connection simulations using LS-DYNA.

Courses are held from 9-11 a.m. (CET) on two consecutive days.

Dates
Dates Duration/days Registration Referee Language Location Fee
14.04.2021
2 days Tobias Graf German, English Online 400 €
15.11.2021
2 days Registration Tobias Graf German, English Online 400 €

Lecturers

Tobias Graf

Tobias Graf
Dr.-Ing.

Areas of expertise:
Joining techniques, material modeling

Academic studies:
Civil Engineering

André Haufe

André Haufe

Prof. Dr.-Ing.

Manager process simulation

Areas of expertise:
Material modeling, forming simulations, joining techniques

Academic studies:
Civil engineering

Markus Feucht

Markus Feucht

Dr.-Ing.


Lecturer of the seminars:

  •  Joining Techniques for Crash Analysis with LS-DYNA
  • Damage and Failure Modeling