This class provides engineers and researchers with the fundamental theoretical background on the SPH formulation. It also overviews applications of SPH to different industrial problems in defence, aerospace, automotive and consumer products. The class emphasizes which SPH formulation is suitable for various applications including fluid and solid materials. To illustrate different SPH features, the class includes a workshop with around 30 LS-DYNA input examples covering all keywords and contact entities. Contact between SPH and FEM parts and also between different SPH parts will be illustrated in 3D, 2D, and 2D axisymmetric problems. A workflow for setting up an SPH problem in LS-PrePost will also be discussed.
- Introduction to Ansys LS-DYNA
Aerospace, Automotive, Manufacturing and Electronic industries Engineers, Fluids Engineers, Combustion Engineers, Thermal Engineers.
Lectures and computer practical sessions to validate acquired knowledge.