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LS-DYNA Compact: Contact-definition possibilities

The simulation tool LS-DYNA offers a vast range of application possibilities
when investigating strongly non-linear static and dynamic processes, such as
crash analysis or metal-forming investigations.

The introductory webinar series address simulation engineers without any
prior LS-DYNA or LS-PrePost knowledge and gives a quick introduction to both.
In particular, we focus one the basics of computer simulations, the input-deck
structure as well as commonly used element types and contact definitions.
In addition to the technical background, examples serve to deepen the knowledge.

Note that you will need LS-PrePost and a valid LS-DYNA license to run the
examples on your computer. LS-PrePost is for free and can be downloaded here:

ftp://ftp.lstc.com/outgoing/lsprepost/4.7/

 

Dates and topics:
14. 4. Theoretical background and LS-DYNA basics
15. 4. Element types
16. 4. Contact-definition possibilities

From 9 - 11 o'clock

Dates
Dates Duration/days Registration Referee Language Location Fee
16.04.2020
2 h
free
07.05.2020
2 h
Maik Schenke
free

Lecturers

Maik Schenke
Maik Schenke

Dr.-Ing.
Area of Expertise: Multiphysics
Academic studies: Aerospace engineering