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User Interfaces

Beyond the possibility to implement custom material models in the program code, LS-DYNA provides the option to extend or modify the code in various areas by adding your own program routines. For example, user interfaces are available for element formulations, friction models, equation solvers, load application, and airbag sensors.

For this purpose, the user-developed routines are compiled and linked to the corresponding LS-DYNA object files. This seminar is designed for users in both industrial and academic research who intend to integrate their own routines in LS-DYNA and to share their implementation experience with a larger audience.


Contents

  • Overview of various user interfaces
  • Presentation of approach for coupling own code
  • Recommended compilers and compiler options
  • Additional libraries that may be required
  • Access to data structures
  • Example of own routine implementation in LS-DYNA
  • If required, discussion of own routines developed prior to the workshop

 

This workshop is designed for users in both industrial and academic research who intend to integrate their own routines in LS-DYNA and to share their implementation experience with a larger audience.

Dates
Dates Duration/days Registration Referee Language Location Fee
03.02.2020
1 day Tobias Erhart German, English Stuttgart (GER) 525 €

Lecturers

Tobias Erhart

Tobias Erhart

Dr.-Ing.

Areas of expertise:
FE theory, material modeling

Academic studies:
Civil engineering