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FEA Newsletters 2002

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  • FEA Newsletter January 2002

    A New Material Model for Low Density Foams. Modeling Rigid Bodies In LS-DYNA. Getting Started with LS-DYNA. DesignSpace and SolidWorks Help Buck Knives. Virtual Prototype Analysis.

  • FEA Newsletter February 2002

    Efficient and Robust Spot weld Modeling and Simulation in Crashworthiness with LS-DYNA. What is a Benchmark. Arup Uses CFD Visualization to Breathe Fresh Air Into Historical London Coliseum.

  • FEA Newsletter March 2002

    Post Processing - A tool to solving problems through visualization. A Brief Introduction to Explicit Finite Element Methods. Tires.

  • FEA Newsletter April 2002

    High Performance Compute Servers(HPC) Part 1 of 2. Previewing the Future At the Speed of Sound. CYBORG CLOTHING. Input Parameters for Spring back Simulation using LS-DYNA.

  • FEA Newsletter May 2002

    Review of the 7th International LS-DYNA Users Conference. LS-DYNA on HPC Servers Part 2 of 2. DaimlerChrysler Chooses AMD-Based Server for Enterprise Computing. Improvements to the Beverage Can Redraw Process Using LS-DYNA.

  • FEA Newsletter June 2002

    One Model - One Code (LSTC). A Material Model for Transversely Anisotropic Crushable Foams in LS-DYNA. Getting Started with LS-DYNA - Chapter 4. Visteon Uses Advanced Visualization to Give Passengers a Safe, Smooth Ride.

  • FEA Newsletter July 2002

    Automotive Door Sealing System Analysis. Eye in the Sky. Linux is Not a Fat Penguin. Material Modeling - Chapter 4, Section 1 (from the Course Notes of Paul Du Bois). Constructing Brain Models.

  • FEA Newsletter August 2002

    A New LS-DYNA Feature for Large Deformation Modeling of Honeycomb and Foam Materials - The Coupled Finite Element and Mesh-free Method Ferrari 360 Modena - Collaborative Commitment to the Vehicle Maker's Art. Design of Biomedical Devices - Analysis and Design of Biomedical Stents and Stent/Grafts.

  • FEA Newsletter September 2002

    September 11 Pentagon Attack Simulations using LS-DYNA Phase 1 DesignSpace Speeds Mitroflow Development of Pericardial Heart Valves Publication: Development of a Coupled Finite Element and Meshfree Method in LS-DYNA

  • FEA Newsletter October 2002

    Meshing Methods. Generator of Pulse Jets. HP Helps NYFD Get Fired-up for Training. Keeping Personnel Safe "In the Line of Duty". Chrysler Group Adopts Innovative Technology Approach to Impact Simulation Testing.

  • FEA Newsletter November 2002

    Observations During Validation of Side Impact Dummy Models (DYNAmore). Helping Build America's Backbone... (SGI). Aircraft Engine Fragment Barriers (SRI Intl.).

  • FEA Newsletter December 2002

    New features in LS-DYNA Version 970