Visualizing LS-OPT®Sampling points in d3VIEW

LS-OPT offers several sampling schemes among which D-OPT, Space filling and Latin Hypercube are among the popular schemes. Using d3VIEW’s LS-OPT output parser, the three schemes were used to generate experiments for variables that ranged from a mininum of 0.0 and a maximum of 1.0. Following images compare the distribution of the samples for all…

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Free SSH and SFTP Tool for Windows

Windows users usually have a need to connect to Linux based systems and rely on Putty or commercially available tools. One software that system administrators use and recommend is MobaExtern – that is free and extremely powerful. If you are on a Windows platform this tool may greatly help connecting to other machines seamlessly. You…

June 21, 2015 | by

LS-DYNA Conference 2014

The 13th LS-DYNA  conference was the largest conference which was attended by over 650 attendees from around the world. You can find the papers from the conference here   Following are some pictures from the hugely successful LS-DYNA conference recently held in Dearborn, Detroit. 1. Dr. John Hallquist, President and CEO of LSTC,  presenting the latest…

June 13, 2014 | by

Parameter NLOC in *SECTION_SHELL

NLOC value (default = 0 ) allows you to specify an offset of the reference surface from the nodal surface. Image below illustrates the significance of this value.

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Hugely Successful LS-DYNA Conference 2012

Recently held 12th LS-DYNA Conference, June 4-5 2012, was a huge success with over 680 attendees from over 21 different countries. It was great to see users from all over the world attend and present some fascinating work in LS-DYNA. The concluding talk on LS-DYNA developments and roadmap from Dr. John Hallquist and the development…

June 9, 2012 | by

LS-DYNA Advanced Class in Detroit

Its been a while since my last post. I wanted to take the time to share that I will be teaching an LS-DYNA Class in Detroit, Michigan. You can visit Registration for more information. FEA Information will be including more information on this in its next publication.

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