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Welcome to LS-DYNA Examples

 

The site presents approximately 200 LS-DYNA examples from various training classes. The input files and several class notes are available for download. The download is free of charge, a login is not required. The majority of content  has been contributed by LSTC. All examples are presented with a brief description. You may find an example by checking a specific class or by using the search functionality of the site.

The content is prepared for educational purposes. Hence, material properties and other parameters might be non-physic for simplification.


If you are looking for an example containing some specific LS-DYNA keyword you may use the site search in the header section of this page.  …more

The examples in this section are from the introductory class of Klaus Weimar. Dr. Klaus Weimar is responsible for support of LS-DYNA at DYNAmore GmbH. Since 20 years he is giving training classes on various topics for LS-DYNA. You may access the examples separately by the menu on the left. The examples are prepared for LS-DYNA 970 and upwards.  …more

The examples in this section are from the introductory class of Prof. Dr. Ala Tabiei. Prof. Tabiei is Associate Professor of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics at University of Cincinnati. Prof. Tabiei is well known from his significant contribution to the development of LS-DYNA. He is also well know for his perfectly prepared training courses for LS-DYNA. You may access the examples separately by the menu on the left. The examples are prepared for LS-DYNA 970 and upwards.  …more

The examples in this section are from the introductory class of John D. Reid. John is Professor of University of Nebraska. Before joining the University he was a senior project engineer at GM. He holds a Ph.D. from Michigan University. Since many years he is working with LS-DYNA. He is well known form his work on road side safety and his training classes. The presented examples are the beginning models of the class exercises. The exercises step the learner through various ls-dyna features. You may access the examples separately by the menu on the left. The examples are prepared for LS-DYNA 970 and upwards.  …more

The examples in this section are from the introductory class of Jim Day. Dr. Day is a senior support engineer at LSTC. Since many years he is giving training classes on various topics for LS-DYNA. You may access the examples separately by the menu on the left. The examples are prepared for LS-DYNA 970 and upwards.  …more

The examples in this section are from the introductory class on metal forming from LSTC. You may access the examples separately by the menu on the left. The examples are prepared for LS-DYNA 970 and upwards.  …more

The examples in this section are from the ALE (Arbitrary Lagrangian Eulerian Method) class of M'hamed Souli. M'hamed Souli is Professor at the University in Lille France. Both authors are key developers for the powerful capabilities of the Eulerian Methods in LS-DYNA. You may access the examples separately by using the menu on the left. The examples run with LS-DYNA 970 and upwards.  …more

The examples in this section are from the SPH (Smooth Particle Hydrodynamics) class of LSTC. You may access the examples separately by the menu on the left. The examples are prepared for LS-DYNA 970 and upwards.  …more

The examples in this section present examples about the thermal capabilities of LS-DYNA. The examples are provided by Dr. Art Shapiro. Art is working since decades on topics reated to DYNA3D, LS-DYNA and TOPAZ. He is the key developer for the thermal capabilites of LS-DYNA. Art is one of the co-founders of LSTC. You may access the examples separately by using the menu on the left.  …more

The examples in this section are from the Implicit class of LSTC and were created by Prof. Dr. Ala Tabiei and Brad Maker. The presented class is from December 2003. The copyright is with LSTC. You may check the examples separately with the menu on the left. For educational purposes the examples have to be modified to run properly. The description of the examples explains how to work with each example. The examples run with LS-DYNA970 and upwards.  …more

The examples in this section are from the 'LS-DYNA Examples Manual' The manual is published by LSTC in March 1998. The copyright is with LSTC. You may check the examples separately by using the menu on the left.  …more