We support LS-DYNA, LS-OPT, ANSA and mETA users in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Our services include support, sales, development, process integration, training, and consulting...
DYNAmore Nordic is dedicated to support engineers to solve non-linear mechanical problems numerically. Our tools to model and solve the problems are the finite element software LS-DYNA as solver, LS-OPT for optimization,
LS-PrePost and ANSA/mETA for Pre- and Post processing.

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We sell, teach and support the software LS-DYNA, LS-OPT, LS-PrePost, ANSA and mETA. In addition we provide engineering services for numerical analysis and integrate simulation software in your CAE environment.


The majority of our customers are from the automotive, defence and aerospace industry. Many companies value the services of DYNAmore. Some examples:


  • All vehicle OEMs located in Sweden are customers of DYNAmore.
  • The majority of suppliers for crash relevant parts in the automotive industry use LS-DYNA.
  • The vast majority of Nordic engineering services companies for the simulation are customers of DYNAmore.
  • LS-DYNA is the most frequently used explicit finite element code in the Nordic countries.

  • >75 different companies that uses LS-DYNA are customers of DYNAmore Nordic.
  • >20 different companies that uses ANSA for FEM and/or CFD are customers of DYNAmore Nordic.
  • >20 larger companies for consultancy services are customers of DYNAmore Nordic.
  • Many universities use LS-DYNA in their research and/or education.



  • DYNAmore Nordic has 24 employees located in 2 offices. Many employees of DYNAmore Nordic are known experts in the area of non-linear dynamics using LS-DYNA, LS-OPT, LS-PrePost, ANSA and mETA and the integration of our software into customers IT infrastructure.
  • The company is profitable since the foundation.

Org Chart

Managing Directors
Dr. Marcus Redhe
Dr. Daniel Hilding

Manager Headquarters and Consulting
Dr. Daniel Hilding
Manager Process and Forming Simulations
Dr. Mikael Schill

Manager Support
Dr. Jimmy Forsberg
Senior LS-DYNA Developer
Dr. Thomas Borrvall

Manager Software Solutions
Dr. Marcus Redhe
Key account
M.Sc. Thomas Johansson


Resposible for Training and Seminars
Dr. David Aspenberg

Manager Branch Offices
Dr. Marcus Redhe (Office Göteborg)


History of DYNAmore Nordic

We have been working with LS-DYNA and advanced simulation since the very early years of the technology. Below is a short history of the company Engineering Research and its successor DYNAmore Nordic.

  • 1980: Professor Larsgunnar Nilsson founds Engineering Research, a privately held company. The objective was to offer consultancy services with DYNA2D and DYNA3D and to sell his newly developed finite element software FEMP. One of the very first European installations of DYNA2D and DYNA3D (the predecessors to LS-DYNA).
  • 1984: Bofors AB, Saab Scania AB and Volvo Car AB start using DYNA3D, supported by Engineering Research.
  • 1986: Engineering Research becomes incorporated (AB).
  • 1986: Saab Scania AB starts using DYNA3D for crash analysis on a regular basis.
  • 1989: Engineering Research becomes the distributor of LS-DYNA in the Nordic Countries.
  • 1991: The first Nordic LS-DYNA Workshop was held in Visby, Sweden
  • 1993: More than 50 LS-DYNA customers in the Nordic countries. The Swedish automotive industry is the largest group of customers.
  • 1999: Engineering Research arranges the 2’nd European LS-DYNA Users Conference in Gothenburg, Sweden
  • 2000:
    • More than 75 LS-DYNA customers in the Nordic countries
    • 5 employees
    • Office is moved to larger premises at Garnisonen in Linköping to allow further expansion.
  • 2006: Engineering Research becomes the General Distributor for Beta CAE Systems (ANSA & Meta pre- and postprocessors) in the Nordic countries.
  • 2007, January 1: Relocation to an office with dedicated class and meeting rooms at Garnisonen in Linköping to allow further expansion.
  • 2007: Volvo Car Corporation chooses LS-DYNA for all their crash simulations.
  • 2010: The staff is now 15 persons, engineers and PhDs.
  • July 1, 2011: DYNAmore Nordic AB is formed when the German LS-DYNA distributor DYNAmore GmbH purchases all the assets of Engineering Research Nordic AB from Professor Larsgunnar Nilsson. DYNAmore Nordic AB takes over all personal and business from Engineering Research Nordic AB.
  • July 2011 (and onwards): DYNAmore Nordic is now a part of the DYNAmore group. The DYNAmore group distributes LS-DYNA in all European countries (and Turkey) except for France, Great Britain and Ireland.
  • 2013, Volvo Trucks chooses LS-DYNA for all their crash simulations
  • 2014, The staff is now 21 persons, most engineers and PhDs