ANSYS Expands Access to Advanced Multiphysics Simulation with LSTC Acquisition

By Siddarth Shah, Principal Project Manager, Structures, ANSYS

By acquiring longtime partner Livermore Software Technology Corporation (LSTC), ANSYS can provide 40+ years of LS-DYNA development advances to more engineers in more disciplines, allowing them to solve some of the most complex multiphysics problems in automotive, aerospace, civil engineering, defense, manufacturing, and the biomedical industries.

With a focus on speed and accuracy, LS-DYNA, the LSTC flagship product, has been the gold standard in the automotive industry for crashworthiness and occupant safety simulation for decades. LSTC estimates that LS-DYNA is the primary crash analysis tool for over 80% of the world’s major automotive manufacturers.

Deeper integration between LS-DYNA and ANSYS Workbench will help optimize the multiphysics product design and development workflows needed to capitalize on disruptive technologies such as electrification, autonomous vehicles and 5G as they continue to spread beyond automotive, aerospace and telecommunications into virtually every industry. Bigger, more complicated problems require faster, more accessible solutions — and that’s what ANSYS is providing its customers with the acquisition of LSTC.

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