Only time and resource constraints limit the size and complexity of the implicit analyses that LS-DYNA users would like to perform. Rolls-Royce is an example thereof, challenging its suppliers of computers and mechanical computer aided engineering (MCAE) software to run ever larger models, with more physics, in shorter periods of time. This will allow CAE to have a greater impact on the design cycle for new engines, and is a step towards the long-term vision of digital twins. Towards this end, Rolls-Royce created a family of representative engine models, with as many as 66 million finite elements. Figure 1 depicts a cross-section of the representative engine model.
|Original language||English (US)|
|State||Published - 2019|