the license is Ansys Acadameic Research 2019 R3, including LS-DYNA, Mechanical, Mechanical and CFD and some other stuff... . In workbench -> License preferences I can see in the HPC tab that there is only one license: ANSYS Academic Research HPC, including the info about the maximum number of processors.
This is quite limitating, my explicit model contains 4e6 nodes and without parallelization I can do mass scaling and increase artificial velocity one way or another, but on 1 processor it will be very time consuming.
I guess I can do nothing about it since my uni has no LS-DYNA license including parallelization. Or am I wrong? Any workaround?