Attendees must be directly employed by a current USA licensed entity, typically a government agency or corporation.
International attendees must preregister for the class through a purchase order of the USA licensed entity. That purchase order must identify the attendee by name, department, supervisor, and passport number. The attendee must present the passport when attending.
Prior LS-DYNA experience is recommended because there are exercises throughout the class.
DAA Field Solver
Fluid structure interaction and DAA background
Fluid boundary mass matrix development and modeling procedures
Fluid structure interaction approximations and block low rank solution methods
Time integration procedures
Shock wave loading, bubble loading, and combined shockbubble loading
NRB Field Solver
Potential formulation for cavitating acoustic fluids
*Mat_Acoustic procedures in LS-DYNA and usage with USA
Hydrostatics, preloads, residuals, in-fluid natural frequencies, and MPP usage
Cavitating spectral element and cavitating fluid element alternatives to *Mat_Acoustic