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A case in LS-TaSC corresponds to the loading and boundary conditions of the structure and the resulting topology from optimization will be in accordance to this load case.

A structure designed for a single load case can perform badly in with respect to other load cases. Therefore, the  multiple load case feature of LS-TaSC allows designing of structures in terms of multiple loading conditions.

Any number of load cases can be added but a unique name should be provided for each case with input being the LS-DYNA keyword file. LS-DYNA executable should be selected as the solver command. Any LS-DYNA command line options such as memory, no. of CPUs, ... can be entered directly in the command section.

Any job scheduling options such as selection of a queuing system has to be defined in the case panel Scheduling tab.