Once you are logged in, you can load the LS-DYNA module:

module load lsdyna/8.1

After the software is loaded, and you have transferred your input files, you can submit jobs using the slsdyna command:

slsdyna -N 1 -n 8 -t 12:00 -i boundary_pre_motion_blowmold.k

You can ask for multiple compute nodes, memory, and CPUs. The options can be listed using the --help flag:

short / long flag purpose and usage
-h / --help show this help message and exit
-i INPF / --input=INPF LS-DYNA input file (INPUT.k)
-l LOGF / --logfile=LOGF Log file for LS-DYNA output
-e ERR / --error=ERR Error file
-p PART / --partition=PART Partition (queue) for resource request
-t TIME / --walltime=TIME Job run time (HOURS:MINUTES)
-m MEM / --memory=MEM LS-DYNA memory (in GB)
-E / --exclusive Exclusive compute node request
-N NODES / --nodes=NODES Number of nodes
-n NTASKS / --ntasks-per-node=NTASKS Number of MPI ranks per node
-T THREADS / --threads=THREADS OpenMP threads per MPI rank
-C CONST / --constraint=CONST Hardware constraint (Slurm Feature)

LS-DYNA scales very well on the cluster.