The objective of this course is to introduce the capabilities of explicit non-linear solver LS-DYNA to analyse complex impact problems. Detailed descriptions are given of the data required to run LS-DYNA analysis.
This software can be learned at early stages of Engineering analysis career. Student of engineering discipline like Mechanical, Automotive, Aerospace, Production, Industrial; 3rd year onward are also advised to take this course.
You will focus on learning core automotive and aerospace safety evaluation, modelling and analysis skills.
Topics include understanding the Automotive and aerospace engineering basics, subsystems, assembly and load path.
It includes basic finite element analysis, its application and modelling techniques.
On the Pre-processing tool, it covers meshing guidelines, quality checks, material properties, batch meshing, penetration removal, spot welding, etc.
It covers in detail, LSDyna, material, contact cards, constraints, BC, control cards, and practice examples.