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LS-DYNA Compact: From Explicit to Implicit Simulation Models in LS-DYNA

  • Product development today means satisfying requirements within a variety of fields like crash safety, durability and sound comfort for a passenger car. The one-code strategy of LS-DYNA makes it possible to apply the same analysis tool from process simulation to large deformation rapid events like drop test and crash analyses, to non-linear quasi-static analyses, and linear dynamics in the frequency domain.

  • Applying the same solver makes it easier to share experiences within the organization, and to compose agile teams of analysts for different tasks. A uniform modelling approach with respect to connectors, materials, contacts etc. can be used. The same models developed for rapid events and explicit time integration can be reused also for non-linear quasi-static analyses and linear statics with only minor modifications.

  • This Webinar will briefly address how to set up non-linear implicit analyses in
    LS-DYNA starting out from explicit (crash-worthiness-type) models and outline the possibilities for a unified approach to multi-disciplinary analyses.

The course will take place from 9-11 a.m. (CET) on two consecutive days.

Content

  • Basic set-up using control card templates
  • Contacts
  • Multiple load steps
  • Elements and materials for implicit analyses
  • Advanced set-up: possible control card modifications
  • Troubleshooting convergence issues
  • Conversion examples

Dates
Dates Duration/days Registration Referee Language Location Fee
23.11.2021
2 days Registration Anders Jonsson English Online 400 €

Lecturers

Anders Jonsson

Anders Jonsson

Ph.D.


Areas of expertise:
Linear and non-linear implicit analyses, fatigue

Academic studies:
Mechanical engineering