In this seminar, you receive comprehensive information directly from the program developer about the latest developments in ALE and fluid structure interaction with LS-DYNA. The theoretical background to fluid modeling in LS-DYNA is presented and illustrated with several practical applications.  …more

Compressibility effects in fluid mechanics are typically considered significant if the Mach number of the flow exceeds 0.3 or if the fluid undergoes very large pressure changes. The most distinct phenomenon associated with high speed flows is the existence of shock waves or non-isentropic solutions.  …more

This course provides an introduction to the in-compressible fluid solver (ICFD) in LS-DYNA.  …more

This course provides an introduction to the Electromagnetics (EM) solver in LS-DYNA.  …more