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MSC Software Corp. In the latest release, Dytran is widely used for simulating crash, impact, fluid-structure interaction FSI , and other short-duration events, as well as for analyzing the nonlinear behaviors that structures undergo during such events. It does so by coupling structural finite element analysis FEA , material flow and FSI capabilities, allowing simulation across a range of domains.
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Dytran is an explicit finite element analysis FEA solution for simulating short-duration events like impact and crash, and to analyze the complex nonlinear behavior that structures undergo during these events. Dytran enables you to study the structural integrity of designs to ensure that final products stand a better chance of meeting customer safety, reliability, and regulatory requirements. Dytran delivers a structural, material flow and coupled FSI analysis capabilities in a single package. Dytran uses a unique coupling feature that enables integrated analysis of structural components with fluids and highly deformed materials in one continuous simulation.
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