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SPH in Abaqus

SPH (Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics) is a numerical method used in Abaqus for modeling fluid-structure interaction problems. It is a meshless approach that uses a set of particles to discretize the fluid domain, allowing for efficient and accurate simulation of complex flows. The method is particularly useful for problems with large deformations, fragmentation, and free surface effects. Abaqus' implementation of SPH includes a wide range of capabilities, such as adaptive smoothing lengths, particle splitting and merging, and boundary handling techniques. It can be used in combination with other Abaqus features, such as finite element analysis, to model coupled fluid-structure systems. You can learn how to use this method by practical examples in this package; some them are Projectile impact simulation on a cementitious material, TNT explosion simulation inside a rock with the SPH method, Bullet Movement through Water Pipe in Abaqus.

Script to transfer load from CDF to structural model in Abaqus

Notice: This package will be available 1 month after purchase in your dashboard. FEA offers various loading types, such as force, pressure, and temperature, which can be applied to different parts of an object, such as points, surfaces, edges, nodes, and elements. Therefore, applying accurate loading conditions on these features is necessary for reliable simulation results and the safe design of structures. Sometimes, the loading conditions are obtained by another analysis, such as CFD, and need to be transferred and applied to the structural model for the structural analysis; during this transfer, the loads might not be appropriately applied to the model, especially when the loads are complicated like the pressure profile of a space rocket. So in this package, a Python script is presented to solve this issue and transfer the loads properly to the structural model.

Earthquake simulation in Abaqus

It is known that an earthquake is a disastrous event that can cause great damage to buildings, structures, and even people. So it's essential to know how a structure will behave when subjected to an earthquake. Therefore engineers must take into account the possibility of an earthquake when designing a structure. With finite element analyses, engineers can predict the behaviour of structures under earthquake loading. With this method, they can determine the best way to design a structure to withstand an earthquake. In this package, you can learn how to do earthquake simulation in Abaqus to have the best design for your structure to save human lives. Three practical examples are presented to you to start simulating earthquakes: “simulating an earthquake over a gravity dam in contact with water and soil”, “simulating an earthquake load over a water-filled tank”, “Abaqus-Micro model simulation of seismic load over masonry wall (concrete brick)”.
This package will be available one week after purchase.

Abaqus CFD Analysis

Fluid-Structure Interaction also known as FSI is a multiphysics problem where the fluid and structure are coupled. The fluid flow can cause the structure to deform, and the deformation of the structure can affect the flow. So when you want to design something, you need to know how the structure will deform and how that deformation affects the flow. Common examples of FSI analysis are airplanes, cars, spacecrafts, and buildings. Other examples like junctions in piping systems, or the human circulatory system. CFD is a branch of research that uses numerical methods to solve the mathematical equations governing fluid flow, heat transfer, mass transfer, chemical reactions, and related phenomena. In Abaqus, you can model both methods. In this package, we present to you three workshops to get you started with CFD and FSI: “Using CFD methods in Abaqus, examining heat mixing and reverse flow characteristics in a T-junction”, “impact of air velocity over the short column”, “simulate fluid structure interaction on an aluminum body with a flexible tail in Abaqus”.
This package will be available one week after purchase.