LS-DYNA A combined Implicit/Explicit solver. One scalable code for solving highly nonlinear transient problems enabling the solution of coupled multi-physics and multi-stage problems. Reduces customer costs by enabling massively parallel processing. Multicore processors have resulted in a drastic reduction in computer hardware costs and a huge increase in LS-DYNA licenses worldwide. LS-DYNA affords increased computation speed thereby improving scalability. The developer of LS-DYNA, LSTC, continuously recodes existing algorithms and develops more efficient methodologies

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