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1.1. Overview of Steps in an Explicit Dynamic Analysis
1.2. Commands Used in an Explicit Dynamic Analysis
1.3. A Guide to Using this Document
1.4. Where to Find Explicit Dynamics Example Problems
1.5. Additional Information
2.1.1. SOLID164
2.1.2. SHELL163
2.1.3. General Shell Formulations
2.1.4. Membrane Element Formulation
2.1.5. Triangular Shell Formulations
2.3.1. COMBI165 Spring-Damper
2.3.2. MASS166
2.4. General Element Capabilities
3.1. Define Element Types and Real Constants
3.2. Specify Material Properties
3.3. Define the Model Geometry
3.4. Mesh the Model
3.5. Define Contact Surfaces
3.6. General Modeling Guidelines
3.7. The Definition of PART
3.8. Adaptive Meshing
4.1.1. Components
4.1.2. Array Parameters
4.1.3. Applying Loads Using Data Curves with Material Models Using Data Curves for Loading
4.1.5. Defining Loads in a Local Coordinate System
4.1.6. Specifying Birth and Death Times
4.2.1. Constraints
4.2.2. Welds
4.2.3. Initial Velocity
4.3. Coupling and Constraint Equations
4.4. Nonreflecting Boundaries
4.5. Temperature Loading
4.6. Dynamic Relaxation
5.1. Solution Process
5.2. LS-DYNA Termination Controls
5.3. Shared Memory Parallel Processing
5.4. Solution Control and Monitoring
5.5. Plotting Small Elements
5.6.1. Method A
5.6.2. Method B
5.6.3. Using a Pre-existing File.K
6.1. Contact Definitions
6.2.1. Definition of Contact Types
6.2.2. Definition of Contact Options
6.3.1. Mesh Connectivity Tracking
6.3.2. Bucket Sort Method
6.3.3. Limiting the Contact Search Domain
6.4. Special Considerations for Shells
6.5. Controlling Contact Depth
6.6.1. Choice of Penalty Factor
6.6.2. Symmetry Stiffness
6.7. 2-D Contact Option
7.1. Defining Explicit Dynamics Material Models Isotropic Elastic Model Orthotropic Elastic Model Anisotropic Elastic Model Elastic Fluid Model Blatz-Ko Rubber Elastic Model Mooney-Rivlin Rubber Elastic Model Viscoelastic Model Bilinear Isotropic Model Temperature Dependent Bilinear Isotropic Model Transversely Anisotropic Hardening Model Transversely Anisotropic FLD Hardening Model Bilinear Kinematic Model Plastic Kinematic Model 3-Parameter Barlat Model Barlat Anisotropic Plasticity Model Rate Sensitive Power Law Plasticity Model Strain Rate Dependent Plasticity Model Composite Damage Model Concrete Damage Model Piecewise Linear Plasticity Model Power Law Plasticity Model Elastic-Plastic Hydrodynamic Model Geological Cap Model Closed Cell Foam Model Viscous Foam Model Low Density Foam Model Crushable Foam Model Honeycomb Foam Model Linear Polynomial Equation of State Gruneisen Equation of State Tabulated Equation of State Bamman Plasticity Model Johnson-Cook Plasticity Model Null Material Model Zerilli-Armstrong Model Steinberg Model Linear Elastic Spring Model General Nonlinear Spring Model Nonlinear Elastic Spring Model Elastoplastic Spring Model Inelastic Tension- or Compression-Only Spring Model Maxwell Viscosity Spring Model Linear Viscosity Damper Model Nonlinear Viscosity Damper Model Cable Model Rigid Model
8.1. Specifying Inertia Properties
8.2. Loading
8.3. Switching Parts from Deformable to Rigid
8.4. Nodal Rigid Bodies
12.1.1. Results (Jobname.RST) vs. History (Jobname.HIS) Files
12.1.2. Creating Components for POST26
12.1.3. Writing the Output Files for POST26
12.2.1. Animating Results
12.2.2. Element Output Data
12.2.3. Postprocessing after Adaptive Meshing
12.3.1. Nodal and Element Solutions
12.3.2. Reading ASCII Files for Miscellaneous Output Data
12.3.3. Data Smoothing
12.4. Finding Additional Information
13.1. The Restart Dump File
13.2.1. A New Analysis
13.2.2. A Simple Restart
13.2.3. A Small Restart
13.2.4. A Full Restart
13.3. Effect on Output Files
14.1. Explicit-to-Implicit Sequential Solution
14.2.1. Springback Stabilization
15.1. Structural Implicit-to-Explicit Solution for Preload
15.2. Thermal Implicit-to-Explicit Solution
16.1. Introduction
16.2. Starting ANSYS With the Drop Test Module STEP 1: Create or import the model STEP 2: Set up the DTM STEP 3: Define the magnitude of (g) STEP 4: Specify the drop height STEP 5: Orient the object STEP 6: Specify solution controls STEP 7: Solve STEP 8: Animate results STEP 9: Obtain Time-History Results
16.3.2. Screen Coordinates Definition
16.3.3. Additional Notes on the Use of the DTM
16.4.1. Object Initial Velocity Target Position Target Size Target Orientation Target Material Properties Specifying Friction Coefficients
16.5.1. Using the Drop Test Set-up Dialog Box
16.5.2. Basic Tab of the Drop Test Set-up Dialog Box
16.5.3. Velocity Tab of the Drop Test Set-up Dialog Box
16.5.4. Target Tab of the Drop Test Set-up Dialog Box
16.5.5. Status Tab of the Drop Test Set-up Dialog Box
16.6. Picking Nodes
16.7. Postprocessing - Animation
16.8. Postprocessing - Graph and List Time-History Variables
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