Ansys LS-DYNA offers cutting-edge technologies, both implicit and explicit, for the accurate solution of complex processes. It is widely used in impact and crash related problems in automotive industries, as well as blade containment, bird strike, metal forming, fluid splashing, metal cutting, blast and biomechanics in other industries. LS-DYNA also provides coupling capabilities to simulate multiphysics simulations which involve coupling of different solvers like mechanical, thermal, SPH, electromagnetic and ALE solvers for fluid-structure coupling, thermal-structure, and structure-particle coupling simulations. Moreover, LS-DYNA's massively parallel processing capabilities provide highly scalable solutions to transient problems. When this is combined with LS-DYNA’s fast and efficient solver scheme, it gives unrivalled simulation capabilities to study situations that could not be solved using other tools.



Upcoming Webinar Schedule


Simulating Metal Forming with Ansys LS-DYNA

July 22, 2020 at 11:30 AM (IST)

Ansys LS-DYNA is a powerful solver that is used to simulate various metal manufacturing processes, such as metal cutting, forging, rolling, welding, hemming, flanging, electromagnetic forming, bending and stamping. Different disciplines are coupled for many of these applications. LS-DYNA is the software of choice for the most advanced and complex stamping process calculations. The accuracy of LS-DYNA is well-documented through international benchmarks in sheet metal forming, such as the NUMISHEET series of conferences.

This webinar demonstrates how to use LS-DYNA to simulate the metal manufacturing processes mentioned above in an efficient, effective way.

Speaker: Raman Babu

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  Efficiently Simulate Metal Forming Processes with Ansys LS-DYNA

Particle Methods and Applications Using Ansys LS-DYNA

August 12, 2020 at 11:30 AM (IST)

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.

Speaker: Raman Babu

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  Solve Complex problems with Particle Methods and its Applications using Ansys LS-DYNA

FSI Using Arbitrary Lagrangian & Eulerian Solvers

September 2, 2020 at 11:30 AM (IST)

The Arbitrary Lagrange Euler (ALE) solver in Ansys LS-DYNA helps you to understand various fluid–structure interaction (FSI) problems like hydroplaning; airbag and fuel tank sloshing for the automotive industry; bird strike; water landing and Mars landing parachutes for the aerospace industry; shape charge; penetration; helmet impact and armor design for defense; underwater explosions; ship–wave interaction for the naval industry; and biomedical industry applications.

Learn about the ALE solver and its applications in these industries, as well as how to set up and solve FSI problems in LS-DYNA.

Speaker: Neetu Jha

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  Simulate Fluid Structure Interaction problems using Ansys LS-DYNA Arbitrary Lagrangian & Eulerian (ALE) Solver and its other Applications  


On Demand Webinars


Impact and Drop Simulation using Ansys LS-DYNA

Drop test and impact analysis are areas of interest in many industries like medical, electronics, manufacturing, military, and aerospace and defense. All these industries seek the best ways to make their products robust and reliable. Ansys LS-DYNA is a nonlinear explicit finite element code that is used widely in these industries to model drop and impact simulation to understand product integrity and determine critical regions in the assembly.

Learn about the unique capabilities and features of LS-DYNA to efficiently model impact and drop tests.

Speaker: Neetu Jha

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  Validating Impact and Drop Simulation using Ansys LS-DYNA

An Introduction to Ansys LS-DYNA

Ansys LS-DYNA is a general-purpose finite element software solution capable of simulating complex, real-world problems such as impact and crash related problems in automotive industries, as well as blade containment, bird strike, metal forming, fluid splashing, metal cutting, blast and biomechanics in other industries. In a given simulation, any of LS-DYNA's many features can be combined to model a wide variety of physical events. The addition of an add-on tool like Ansys LS-OPT and Ansys LS-TaSC helps in optimization of large nonlinear problems involving dynamic loads and contact conditions.

This webinar presents an overview of different LS-DYNA solvers and their industrial applications in various fields.

Speaker: Raman Babu

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  An Introduction to Ansys LS-DYNA