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LS-DYNA for Structural Mechanics/FEA in Bangalore

LS-DYNA For Structural Mechanics and FEA

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Omkar Dinkar


Top Engineering College in Nashik - MET Institute of Engineering, Bhujbal Knowledge City

Pushkar Sonwane


Deogiri Institute Of Technology & Manegement

Pravin Magar


Dr. D. Y. Patil Institute of Technology

Shruti Jadhav

Speed Engineering Solutions

Sandip University

Shubham Nashirkar

UPR Engineering Pvt Ltd

Shri Datta Meghe Polytechnic

Ritik Rathi


Prof.Ram Meghe Institute of Technology & Research

Meghraj Patil

Tech Mahindra

Sinhgad College of Engineering, Pune

Akshay Pawar

Equilibrium Solutions

MET's Institute Of Engineering, Nashik, Maharashtra, India


This course is full of best-in-class content by leading faculty and industry experts in the form of videos and projects

Course Overview

  • A rigorous understanding of how LS-DYNA works and how to work with the program to exploit its full capability.
  • Understanding the difference between implicit and explicit solver and their applications
  • Deals with complex industrial problems.
  • Contact and material modeling (including hyperelastic materials).
  • Gain industry-related best practices.

Course Syllabus in Bangalore

On a daily basis we talk to companies in the likes of Tata Elxsi and Mahindra to fine tune our curriculum.

Week 01 - FEA Basics and Simulations

  • In this module, you'll learn the basics of FEA, various types of simulations, and their significance, and also develop a mathematical understanding of the implicit and explicit schemes. 
  • The topics that will be covered in this module are
    • Introduction to FEA 
    • Type of FE Simulation 
    • Explicit and Implicit mathematical definition

Week 02 - LS-PREPOST Deep Dive

  • In this module, you will learn about the LS-PrePost and the LS-DYNA user manuals. You will also be learning about the file handling in LS-PrePost, an overview of various cards, and finally, running a Tensile-Test simulation.
  • These are the topics that are covered in this module.
    • Brief about the Pre-Process
    • Hands-on training on the LS-DYNA User Manual
    • Running an example 
    • Post-processing the results 
    • Input and output files in LS-DYNA
    • Keywords and input text editing 
    • Multiple RUNs on the same file in the same folder
    • Hands-on with the output files (ASCII output) in the text editor.
    • Exploring binary and ASCII options in database keywords
    • Node keyword – Brief 
    • Part keyword – Brief
    • Materials
    • Section
    • Control cards – default parameters
    • Contact
    • LS-PrePost
    • Building the solver deck for a simulation (Plate Model)
    • Post-processing the results
    • Modeling the cube under pressure
    • Modeling the tensile stress of a specimen

Week 03 - Keywords, Timestep and more

  • In this module, you will learn a few new keywords in detail.
  • You will learn about the hourglass energy, material keywords in LS-DYNA, methods for calculating Young’s Modulus, the basics of the timestep concept, and various control keywords.
  • These are the topics that are covered in this module.
    • Brief on keywords
    • Brief on *INCLUDE keyword
    • Insight of NHTSA
    • Hourglass energy
    • Materials introduction
    • Elasto-plastic material and various cards
    • Material testing
    • Calculation method for Young’s Modulus
    • Power law
    • Verification
    • Deploy
    • Timestep basics
    • Control Card
    • Control Timestep
    • Control Termination
    • Control Shell
    • Control Solid
    • Control Hourglass
    • Control Energy
    • Control Contact
    • Control Accuracy
    • Boundary Condition
    • Constrain
    • Specifying output files
    • Understanding contacts
    • Various types of contacts

Week 04 - LS-PrePost GUI and Weld Modelling

  • In this module, you will learn in-depth about the LS-PrePost GUI. You will also be introduced to weld modeling in LS-DYNA and methods to model spot welds and debugging. You will also learn how to model a cross-section and its application.
  • The following topics are covered in this module:
    • LS-PrePost GUI
    • LS-DYNA GUI application
    • Node and element selection
    • Application crash, metal forming
    • Element direction align
    • Post-processing
    • Node intrusion depending on the regulation
    • Introduction to Spot-Weld in LS-DYNA
    • Hands-on practice on Spot-Welds
    • Solving a simple problem to learn the Spot-Welds and then Post-Processing it.
    • Modeling Spot-Weld using Spot-Weld constraint card.
    • Modeling Spot-Weld using Spot-Weld generalize constrain card
    • Debugging Spot-Weld
    • Spot-Welds modeling using solid elements
    • Introduction to Cross-Section
    • Modeling a Cross-Section
    • Application of Cross-Section

Week 05 - Implicit Simulations

  • In this module, you will learn about the implicit problem and how to set up an implicit simulation. You will also learn about the memory allocation in LS-DYNA, the concept of convergence in implicit simulation, various keywords used in implicit simulation, MORTAR contact, and defining the loading in implicit simulations. 
  • These are the topics that you will learn about in this module.
    • Introduction to implicit problems
    • Implicit and explicit comparisons
    • Memory in LS-DYNA
    • In core/out-of-core 
    • Double precision and MPP.
    • The tensile test-simple implicit problem
    • Timestep in implicit problems.
    • Convergence in implicit.
    • Implicit keywords 
    • Implicit and explicit switching 
    • Timestep adjusting 
    • Control-implicit-solver (Non-linear solver)
    • The implicit problem, hands-on with a bumper demonstration 
    • Power law plasticity 
    • MORTAR contact
    • MORTAR contact theory 
    • SOFT card - intro 
    • Implicit loading 
    • Element formulation for implicit analysis
  • In this project, you will gain hands-on experience in using the *include, *INCLUDE_TRANSFORM, and *DEFINE_TRANSFORMATION and understand how to model a pedestrian head impact simulation and calculate the HIC value. 
    • Overview of the pedestrian impact simulation
    • Understanding the HIC value 
    • HIC calculation - LS-PrePost

Week 06 - LS-DYNA Best Practices & Types of Analyses

  • In this module, you will learn about the best practices in LS-DYNA that are particularly relevant for CAE simulation engineers in the industry.
  • Also, the students will learn the concept of mass scaling in-depth and the difference between verification and validation.
  • The topics that will be covered in this module are as follows:
    • Best Practices in LS-DYNA
    • Setting up the model 
    • How to decide the type of analysis (static, quasi-static, or dynamic) 
    • Dealing with the coupled problem 
    • Deciding the ELFORM for the problem
    • Solving the model types of errors and their fixes
    • MASS scaling 
    • Post-Processing-Introduction (verification and validation) 
    • Post-Processing a typical explicit model 

Week 07 - Material Modelling using LS-DYNA

  • This module mainly deals with material modeling using LS-DYNA. You will understand how to model a material card from the raw data from the material testing lab. You will understand in-depth material modeling techniques and will also learn how to model a hyperelastic material in LS-DYNA. You will also learn about the contact mechanics and the various contact types in LS-DYNA.
  • The topics covered in this module are,  
    • Material introduction
    • Material testing
    • Modelling materials
    • Elastic-plastic materials
    • Material modelling from the raw data
    • Hands-on hyperelastic material ( Mat-law 77 )
    • Contact mechanics
    • Types of contacts
    • Full contact parameters
    • Contact parameter - SOFT
    • Segment projection
    • Initial penetration
    • Tied contacts
    • Contact output

Week 08 - Crash and Safety

  • This module focuses on the crash and safety domain where you will be introduced to the industry trends in crash and safety.
  • And the topics you will learn are,
    • Vehicle crash safety 
    • Crash mechanics
    • Design for crash 
    • The vehicle development process
    • Knowledge of simulation engineers
    • Regulation and NCAPS 
    • Score calculation 
    • Model preparation: Static vs Crashworthiness 
    • General guidelines for crash model preparation 
    • Mesh and mesh quality 
    • Model organisation and integration 
    • Parameterization
    • Forming data

Our courses have been designed by industry experts to help students achieve their dream careers

Industry Projects in Bangalore

Our projects are designed by experts in the industry to reflect industry standards. By working through our projects, Learners will gain a practical understanding of what they will take on at a larger-scale in the industry. In total, there are 2 Projects that are available in this program.

Pedestrian Head Impact Simulation on a Hood

In this project, the students will simulate the pedestrian head impact on the hood. They will analyse the results for calculating the HIC value.

Bird Strike on an Aircraft Engine using Shell Elements

In this project, the students will set up the case for a bird strike on an aircraft engine using shell elements. They will simulate the same for results.

Our courses have been designed by industry experts to help students achieve their dream careers

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Shape Your Career with the LS-DYNA for Structural Mechanics/FEA Course in Bangalore

This short-term course will help you understand the working of LS-DYNA and the distinction between implicit and explicit solvers and their applications.

The LS-DYNA for Structural Mechanics/FEA Course in Bangalore

Skill-Lync's LS-DYNA course will teach you about section illustrations, creating a material card, and how contact algorithms function, their kinds, and their importance. You will learn concepts like LS-PrePost and the LS-DYNA user manuals, hourglass energy, methods for calculating Young’s Modulus, etc.

The LS-DYNA training course will give you insight into methods to model spot welds and debugging, modelling a cross-section and its application, MORTAR contact, etc. 

This short-term ANSYS LS-DYNA course offers two industry-related projects. With the first project, you will learn how a pedestrian Head Impact Simulation is positioned following industry norms. In the second, you will understand bird strikes on an aircraft engine using Shell Elements.

These projects will help you use the academic knowledge learnt in realistic situations. This equips you to address difficult issues that may appear during your work in a professional setting.  

FAQs about the LS-DYNA for Structural Mechanics/FEA Course in Bangalore

Q 1. Why choose Skill-Lync's LS-DYNA for Structural Mechanics/FEA course in Bangalore?

Most of the functions in LS-DYNA are combined into one code rather than being separated into numerous modules. Knowledge of this software is now essential for engineers when considering job interviews for technology firms. The course starts by teaching you what LS-DYNA is and works towards making you proficient in this programming tool.

Q 2. What are the prerequisites for taking up the LS-DYNA for Structural Mechanics/FEA course in Bangalore?

 If you are interested in learning about materials and structural mechanics, then this course is one for you. Students from automotive, mechanical or aerospace engineering are best suited for this course.

Q 3. What is the program fee for Skill-Lync's LS-DYNA for Structural Mechanics/FEA course in Bangalore

The course comes in three different plans. The first plan gives students course access for 2 months at ₹7,000 per month over 3 months, the second one grants access for 4 months at ₹10,000 per month over 3 months, and the last one is a lifetime access plan at ₹15,000 per month for 3 months.

Q 4. What are the benefits of doing the LS-DYNA for Structural Mechanics/FEA course in Bangalore

This LS-DYNA course in Bangalore is designed by experts and deals with industry-relevant issues and real-time applications. This course includes all necessary tools in the curriculum used in the industry. The projects give you work experience and help build your portfolio. 

Q 5. What are the career prospects after completing Skill-Lync's LS-DYNA for Structural Mechanics/FEA course in Bangalore?

After completing this LS-DYNA certification course in Bangalore, you will be eligible for roles like:

  • Automotive engineers
  • FEA engineer
  • CAE engineer
  • Rotordynamics engineer

Q 6. After completing this LS-DYNA online course in Bangalore, what is the expected salary range?

The salary after completing the LS-DYNA training course in Bangalore depends upon your skills and experience. The average salary of a CAE engineer is Rs. 4.0  lakhs per annum.

Instructors profiles

Our courses are designed by leading academicians and experienced industry professionals.


1 industry expert

Our instructors are industry experts along with a passion to teach.


11 years in the experience range

Instructors with 11 years extensive industry experience.


Areas of expertise

  • FEA

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