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Ansys LS-Dyna

Ansys LS-Dyna

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Published by Umesh Vishwakarma
ANSYS LS- DYNA combines the LS- DYNA explicit finite element program with the powerful pre- and
postprocessing capabilities of the ANSYS program. The explicit method of solution used by LS- DYNA
provides fast solutions for short- time, large deformation dynamics, quasi- static problems with large deformations
and multiple nonlinearites, and complex contact/impact problems. Using this integrated product, you can model
your structure in ANSYS, obtain the explicit dynamic solution via LS- DYNA, and review results using the
standard ANSYS postprocessing tools.
ANSYS LS- DYNA combines the LS- DYNA explicit finite element program with the powerful pre- and
postprocessing capabilities of the ANSYS program. The explicit method of solution used by LS- DYNA
provides fast solutions for short- time, large deformation dynamics, quasi- static problems with large deformations
and multiple nonlinearites, and complex contact/impact problems. Using this integrated product, you can model
your structure in ANSYS, obtain the explicit dynamic solution via LS- DYNA, and review results using the
standard ANSYS postprocessing tools.

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5/29/13 Chapter 1. Introductionwww.kxcad.net/ansys/ANSYS/ansyshelp/Hlp_L_intro1.html 1/1
Chapter 1. Introduction
www.kxcad.net Home>CAE Index>ANSYS Index>Release 11.0 Documentation for ANSYS ANSYS LS-DYNA combines the LS-DYNA explicit finite element program with the powerful pre- and postprocessing capabilities of the ANSYS program. The explicit method of solution used by LS-DYNA provides fast solutions for short-time, large deformation dynamics, quasi-static problems with large deformationsand multiple nonlinearites, and complex contact/impact problems. Using this integrated product, you can modelyour structure in ANSYS, obtain the explicit dynamic solution via LS-DYNA, and review results using thestandard ANSYS postprocessing tools.You can also transfer geometry and results information between ANSYS and ANSYS LS-DYNA to performsequentialimplicit-explicit / explicit-implicit analyses, such as those required for droptest, springback and other applications.The following ANSYS LS-DYNA general information topics are available:Overview of Steps in an Explicit Dynamic AnalysisCommands Used in an Explicit Dynamic AnalysisA Guide to Using this DocumentWhere to Find Explicit Dynamics Example ProblemsAdditional Information
LS-DYNA User's Guide|
 
5/29/131.1. Overview of Steps in an Explicit Dynamic Analysiswww.kxcad.net/ansys/ANSYS/ansyshelp/Hlp_L_intro2.html1/1
1.1. Overview of Steps in an Explicit Dynamic Analysis
www.kxcad.net Home>CAE Index>ANSYS Index>Release 11.0 Documentation for ANSYS The procedure for an explicit dynamic analysis is similar to any other analysis that is available in the ANSYS program. The three main steps are:1. Build the model (with the PREP7 preprocessor)2. Apply loads and obtain the solution (with the SOLUTION processor)3. Review the results (with the POST1 and POST26 postprocessors)This document describes procedures and concepts that are unique to an explicit dynamic analysis performedusing the ANSYS LS-DYNA product. It
does not 
describe all details of the three steps listed above. If you arefamiliar with the ANSYS program, you already know how to perform these steps, and this document will provide additional information you need to perform an explicit dynamic analysis. If you have not used ANSYS before, you should review the following two manuals (in addition to this document) to learn the basic analysis procedures:
 Basic Analysis Guide Modeling and Meshing Guide
When using ANSYS LS-DYNA, it is recommended that you use the default settings provided by the program.Many times, these settings are appropriate for solving the problems.
LS-DYNA User's Guide|Chapter 1. Introduction|
 
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1.2.Commands Used in an Explicit Dynamic Analysis
www.kxcad.net Home>CAE Index>ANSYS Index>Release 11.0 Documentation for ANSYS You use the same set of commands to build a model and perform an explicit dynamic analysis that you use to doanyother type of ANSYS analysis. Likewise, you choose similar options from the ANSYS program’s graphicaluser interface (GUI) to build and solve models.However,some commands are unique to an explicit dynamic analysis. These commands are:
EDADAPT
Activates adaptive meshing
EDALE
Assigns mesh smoothing to explicit dynamic elements that use the ALEformulation
EDASMP
Creates a part assembly
EDBOUND
Defines a boundary plane for sliding or cyclic symmetry
EDBVIS
Specifies bulk viscosity coefficients
EDBX
Creates a box shaped volume to be used in a contact definition
EDCADAPT
Specifies adaptive meshing controls
EDCGEN
Specifies contact parameters
EDCLIST
Lists contact entity specifications
EDCMORE
Specifies additional contact parameters for a given contact definition
EDCNSTR 
Defines various types of constraints
EDCONTACT
Specifies contact surface controls
EDCPU
Specifies CPU time limit
EDCRB
Merges two rigid bodies
EDCSC
Specifies whether subcycling will be used
EDCTS
Specifies mass scaling
EDCURVE
Specifies data curves
EDDAMP
Defines system damping
EDDBL
Selects numerical precision type
EDDC
Deletes or deactivates/reactivates contact entity specifications
EDDRELAX
Activates initialization to a prescribed geometry or dynamic relaxation for theexplicit analysis
EDDUMP
Specifies output frequency for the restart file (d3dump)
EDENERGY
Specifies energy dissipation controls
EDFPLOT
Specifies plotting of load symbols
EDGCALE
Defines global ALE controls
EDHGLS
Specifies the hourglass coefficient
EDHIST
Specifies time-history output
EDHTIME
Specifies the time-history output interval
LS-DYNA User's Guide|Chapter 1. Introduction|

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