This course covers the basic capabilities of LS-DYNA. Detailed descriptions and requirements are given for data preparation with examples. Pre- and post-processing using LS-PrePost is also covered. This course is recommended for those who perform nonlinear static and transient simulations. Attendees working in nearly all fields of engineering will benefit. This course is a prerequisite for the advanced courses covering the multiphysics capabilities which include compressible and incompressible fluids, the airbag particle method, Arbitrary Lagrangian-Eulerian (ALE) fluids, thermal, acoustics, vibro-acoustics, metal forming, electromagnetics, discrete elements, failure, frequency response methodology, and isogeometric analysis.
- Basic knowledge of Finite Element Analysis and Engineering Concepts
Students, Design Release Engineers, CAE Engineers
Lectures and computer practical sessions to validate acquired knowledge.