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Updated 06/16/2018

Table 1:  Metal Forming New Features

1-1 A Customized Job Manager for Metal Forming Simulations
Yuzhong Xiao, Xinhai Zhu, Li Zhang, Houfu Fan
1-2 Conversion between FLD and Stress Triaxial Limit Curve
X.  Zhu, L. Zhang, Y. Xiao
1-3 Best Fit GUI for Metal Forming in LS-PrePost® 4.5
      Q. Yan, X. Zhu, P. Ho, L. Zhang, Y.  Xiao
1-4 Improvement of Sandwich Structure Part Adaptivity in LS-DYNA
        X.  Zhu, H. Fan, L. Zhang and Y.  Xiao
1-5 Defining Hardening Curve in LS-DYNA® 
       X. Zhu, L. Zhang, Yuzhong  Xiao
1-6 Lancing features in LS-DYNA
        Q. Yan, L. Zhang, Y. Xiao, X. Zhu, P. Ho
1-7 Improvements to One-Step Simulation in LS-DYNA,
      X. Zhu, H. Fan, L. Zhang, Y. Xiao
1-8  Recent improvements in LS-DYNA® hot stamping simulations
          J. Zheng, X. Zhu and H. Fan
1-9  Improve Time Step Size Sensitivity in Transient Mechanical
       J. Zheng and X. Zhu
           X. Zhu, L., and Y. Xiao
1-11  On Mesh Fusion Scheme in LS-DYNA®
         N. Ma, Osaka Univ - H. Fan & X. Zhu, LSTC

1-12. A One Step Simulation Approach Using Isogeometric Shells in LS-DYNA
              L. Li, X. Zhu  

1-13. Development of a One-Step Preforming Analysis for
         Woven Carbon Fiber Composites

D. Zeng, X. Zhu,  L. Zhang,  J. Dahl   
1-14.  Two material model updates relating to temperature-dependent behaviors 
           J. Zheng, X. Zhu

Table 2:  Other Application New Features

2-1 Discussion on acoustic databases in LS-DYNA

Z. Cui, Y. Huang

2-2  Modeling of Ductile Failure in Destructive Manufacturing Process Using the Smoothed Particle Galerkin Method

Y. Wu, C.T. Wu, W. Hu

2-3 A non-orthogonal material model of woven composites in the preforming process
W. Zhang, H. Ren, B. Liang, D. Zeng, X. Su, J. Dahl, 
M. Mirdamadi, 
Q. Zhao,  J. Cao



2-4  LSTC WinSuite – a complete solution for the Windows platform

A. Jernberg, DYNAmore Nordic AB, D. Bhalsod, G. Zhang,
G.  Blankenhorn, LSTC

2-5 Modeling and Numerical Simulation of Afterburning of Thermobaric Explosives In a Closed Chamber
     K.S Im, G. Cook, Jr., and Z-C Zhang

2-6 Thick Shell Element Form 5 in LS-DYNA
         Lee P. Binderman

2-7 New Inflator Models in LS-DYNA®
     K-S. Im, Z-C. Zhang, and G. Cook, Jr.

2-8 New features of 3D adaptivity in LS-DYNA
          W. Hu


2-9.  Thermal Coupling Method Between SPH Particles and Solid Elements in LS-DYNA
     J. Xu, J. Wang

2-10.  LS-DYNA Smooth Particle Galerkin (SPG) Method
           C.T. Wu, Y. Guo, W. Hu

 2-11.  Recent updates in fatigue analysis with LS-DYNA
               Y. Huang, Z. Cui
 2-12.   LS-DYNA's Linear Solver Development — Phase 1: Element
                 A.T. Li (Ford)  Z. Cui, Y. Huang
2-13.   Scalability study of particle method with dynamic load
         balancing in LS-DYNA®
              Hailong Teng, LSTC
2-14.  LS-DYNA Linear Solver Development 
         Z. Cui and Y. Huang
2-15.  Development of New Simulation Technology for Compression Molding of Long Fiber Reinforced Plastics using LS-DYNA®
         S. Hayashi, H Chen, Wi Hu
2-16.    Smoothed Particle Galerkin Method with a Momentum-Consistent Smoothing Algorithm for Coupled Thermal-Structural Analysis                    
             X. Pan, C.T. Wu, W. Hu, Y.C. Wu
2-17.   Dynamic Load Balancing Algorithm for CPM in LS-DYNA
           H. Teng