This tutorial package is usable for writing the most sophisticated subroutines in ABAQUS,UEL, which is applicable in customized problems. Stiffness matrix and nodal forces are output of the subroutine which can be defined based on several variables. This training is going to solve many user’s challenges to write this complex UEL subroutine. Watch Demo
This tutorial help you in cases where the classical Columbian equations are more complex and cannot be implemented by the graphical ABAQUS environment. This package introduces and teaches how to write these two subroutines. This introduction contains explaining different optional and mandatory parameters of VFRICTION and VFRIC subroutines.
This package focuses on introducing and applying various theories to initiate and progress damage based on ABAQUS capabilities for different elements. As you know, according to the modeling done by micro or macro method, the way of defining the damage completely follows the separate method in ABAQUS. This training package customized for macro modeling of composite structures.
This package is usable when material model is not available in ABAQUS software. If you follow this tutorial package, included standard and explicit solver, you will have ability to write, debug and verify your subroutine based on customized material to use this in complex structures. These lectures are introduction to write advanced UMAT and VUMAT subroutines in hyper elastic Martials, Composites and Metal and so on. Watch Demo
In this usable tutorial, the material properties can change to an arbitrary dependent variable. One of the most important advantages of this subroutine is simplicity and applicability. Various and high usage examples are unique characteristics of the training package.This training package includes 5 workshops that help you to fully learn how to use USDFLD and VUSDFLD subroutines in Abaqus software. By means of these subroutines, you will have expertise redefine field variables at a material point by the solution dependence of standard and explicit respectively.