Ansys LS-DYNA has two different classes of mesh-free particle solvers: (1) continuum-based smooth particle hydrodynamics (SPH), and (2) discrete particle solvers using the discrete element method (DEM), the particle blast method (PBM) and the corpuscular particle method (CPM). These solvers are used in various applications like hypervelocity impacts; explosions; friction stir welding; water wading; fracture analysis in car windshields, window glass and composite materials; metal friction drilling; metal machining; and high-velocity impact on concrete and metal targets.
This webinar highlights the capabilities of Ansys mesh-free particle solvers and their applications so you can learn how to simulate particle methods in different applications.
Who Should Attend
Heads of product development teams
CAE engineers and managers
Design engineers and managers
CAE users from all the industries who would like to, or are working on multiphysics simulations
Raman Babu is a senior technology specialist with over eleven years of professional experience at Ansys. He has experience with composite, structural and explicit applications. He has done significant work in the field of explicit applications like blast, ballistic impact and hypersonic projectiles. Raman has been working closely with various industry teams at Ansys and carries a rich experience of solving engineering problems for defense, automotive, power, aviation, electronics and healthcare industries.