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…

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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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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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Experimental Data Management inside d3VIEW

As a simulation engineer, we always like quick access to experimental data. Over the years, with a powerful framework that was developed within d3VIEW, this is now possible to import and visualize experimental data. With a few configurations, you can further tie this with simulation data for easy overlay and comparison. This following video shows…

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