SPH and ISPG for Fluid, Structure and FSI Problems
This course overviews the SPH and ISPG (incompressible smoothed particle Galerkin) formulations. We will discuss the theoretical background and implementation. We will also present the latest developments including coupling these methods with the Lagrange formulation in LS-DYNA. We will also emphasize the advantages and disadvantages of these methods and the suitability of these methods for various applications, including fluid and solid simulations. We will give detailed descriptions of the data required to run LS-DYNA analyses. Examples illustrate points made in the lecture.
Following the completion of this course, you will be able to:
- Understand the fundamental theoretical background on the explicit SPH (such as structure and thermal solvers, the available formulations, kernel functions, consistency issues, stability issues).
- Creation of SPH Particles models by using LS-Prepost, Visualization of SPH Particles for pre and post process.
- Understand the details of an SPH Example: Control Input, Material, Sections, Parts, Outputs.
- Know how to apply boundary Conditions, Contacts, SPH / Lagrangian Coupling Options, Thermal options for SPH, Interaction options between two SPH parts and between SPH and other particle methods.
- Understand the advantages and disadvantages of the different SPH formulations also on which SPH and are suitable for various applications including fluid, structure and FSI simulations.
- Understand the fundamental theories of incompressible smoothed particle Galerkin (ISPG) and its advantage in the simulation of surface tension and wall adhesion effects in the 3D reflow process.
- Know how to set up the keywords for ISPG simulation including control input, section, material and coupling of ISPG and solid parts.
- Understand the details of ISPG examples in the solder reflowing simulation.
Introduction class of LS-DYNA.
Target Audience: Aerospace, Automotive, Manufacturing and Electronic industries Engineers, Fluids Engineers, Combustion Engineers, Thermal Engineers.
Teaching Method: Lectures and computer practical sessions to validate acquired knowledge.
Learning Options: Training materials for this course are available with an Ansys Learning Hub Subscription. If there is no active public schedule available, private training can be arranged. Please contact us.
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