Simulate the Response of Materials to Short Periods of Severe Loading
Ansys LS-DYNA is the most used explicit simulation program in the world and is capable of simulating the response of materials to short periods of severe loading. Applications include:
- Explosion / Penetration
- Bird Strike
- Crashworthiness / Airbag Simulations
- Splashing / Hydroplaning / Sloshing
- Incompressible and Compressible Fluids
- Stamping / Forming / Drawing / Forging
- Biomedical and Medical Devices Simulations
- Product Misuse / Severe Loadings
- Product Failure / Fragmentation
- Large Plasticity in Mechanisms
Ansys LS-DYNA many elements, contact formulations, material models and other controls can be used to simulate complex models with control over all the details of the problem.
Incompressible Smooth Particle Hydrodynamics (IPSH)
ISPH innovations include a new utility tool to process SpaceClaim data, better visualization, the ability to record the time history of FSI forces, removal of volume-constrained resources (i.e., Gearbox analysis), heat transfer coefficient calculation for import to Mechanical and Fluent and SPH box fragmentation.
Battery Safety Workflow
Predict the combined structural, electrical, electrochemical, and thermal responses (EET) of automotive batteries following abuse with a new comprehensive battery safety workflow.
HPC and Performance Enhancements
Accelerate simulations with improved multithreading for acoustics (up to 2x faster vs. R13) to new variational BEM with low-rank matrix assembly and new ONE MPI packaging for easy migration from Platform MPI to Intel or Open MPI.
Multi-case Modeling in Workbench
Perform drop and impact analysis for multiple cases using a single model setup, allowing for quicker results for users to review and compare with significant improvements to meshing quality.
New Capabilities for High-Tech Electronics
New capabilities include solder reflow simulation, multiscale modeling, and Sherlock to LS-DYNA workflow.
Patent-pending technology offers LS-DYNA users to include mesoscale effects from joints with macro-scale structures to analyze the global structural response and simultaneously capture failure responses accurately at the mesoscale.
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