Livermore Software Technology Corp. (LSTC)

LS-DYNA, a general-purpose, transient dynamic finite element program capable of simulating complex, real-world problems. It is optimized for shared and distributed memory on Unix, Linux, and Windows-based platforms.

7374 Las Positas Rd.
Livermore, CA 94551 US


As Seen In CompositesWorld

Injection molding simulation, draping analysis combined
Moldex3D (Chupei City, Taiwan) has linked its 3D injection molding simulation software to Livermore Software Technology Corp. (LSTC)'s (Livermore, CA, US) LS-DYNA draping analysis software for multicomponent molding simulation.

Materials Sciences Corp.: Multifunctional composites
MSC draws on four decades of experience and computer modeling expertise to develop novel composite materials with the potential to make a big impact.

CAMISMA’s car seat back: Hybrid composite for high volume
Recycled fibers, in-situ polymerized PA12 and steel inserts combined in one-shot process to cut weight 40 percent at competitive cost, cycle time and safety.

Materials characterization: Faster cheaper, better
Ford couples commercial codes to analyze auto interior parts more accurately.

Stress plot for the loaded condition of the assembly in the constrained (latched) position. Source: Meridian Automotive Systems

SMC and flax/polypropylene come together in a single component to add functionality to Nissan’s Sentra.

Product Categories of Livermore Software Technology Corp. (LSTC)

Testing, gauging, monitoring, analytical equipment and software
  • Modeling/simulation/virtual testing software