Thermal mechanical Analysis
DFLUX subroutine (VDFLUX Subroutine) is used for thermal loading in various body flux and surface flux states in heat transfer and temperature displacement solvers when flux load is a function of time, place, or other parameters. In this package, you will learn “when do you need to use this subroutine?”, “how to use the DFLUX subroutine”, “what is the difference between DFLUX & VDFLUX?”, “how to convert DFLUX to VDFLUX and vice versa?”, and “How to use it in an example?”. Three workshops are presented so you can learn all these stuff in action: Simulation of welding between two plate with DFLUX subroutine, Simulation of Arc welding between two tube with DFLUX, and Simulation of different types of functional heat flux(Body-surface-Element) in plate with Johnson-cook plasticity with VDFLUX subroutine(Thermomechanical Analysis).
This training package professionally provides tips for designing and simulating composite pressure vessels. In this package, various winding methods of simulation methods of composite pressure vessels are presented. This training package teaches scripting for automatic simulation of composite pressure vessels with three methods of geodetic,isotensoid, and planar winding. UMAT subroutine is also examined to identify the failure initiation and continuation of the failure based on a PUCK criterion.
In this Abaqus course for beginners, which is designed for FEM Simulation students in mechanical engineering, various examples in the most widely used fields are presented. These examples are provided with the necessary points and theories for simulation. With this training package, you will be able to get acquainted with different ABAQUS modules in the form of various examples in modeling, how to get the output and the necessary results for reporting. You can download the syllabus of this package here. Watch Demo
This training package fully covers the various possible methods for welding simulation. First, an introduction to welding and two basic categories of welding, fusion and non-fusion welding. Next, the theories and the elements used to simulate the welding will be explained. These theories are Lagrangian, Eulerian, ALE, and SPH. After that, you will learn how to apply these theories with different methods, such as the death and birth of an element, DFLUX subroutine, etc. Finally, you will learn how to simulate welding with the help of five workshops: Friction Stir Welding (FSW) simulation with the Eulerian element, Explosive welding simulation, simulation of FSW with the SPH method, Butt welding with death and birth of an element method, and Simulation of Arc welding between two tubes with DFLUX subroutine (Thermomechanical Analysis).
Water is the primary component of the Earth's hydrosphere and the fluids of all known living things. Therefore, we build dams to store the water and transfer it through piping systems to use it for daily activities and produce energy. In industries, we use it as a cooler, solvent, hydroforming, cutting, etc. In this package, there are nine practical examples, such as the ones mentioned to teach you how to simulate water in Abaqus. These examples are explosions in the depth of the water, gravity dam simulation subjected to the underwater explosion, ball impact to the water, water jet cutting, etc.
Since computer-aided design and 3D printing directly result in the fabrication of actual components, 3D printing technology is crucial. The ADM plug-in is used as part of this teaching package to model additive manufacturing. This plugin is a cutting-edge tool for simulating 3D printing and covering many ADM procedures. It appears to be the best simulator for additive manufacturing or 3D printing available right now!
The process of building a three-dimensional object from a CAD model or digital 3D model is known as additive manufacturing or 3D printing. In an additive process, an object is made by adding layers of material one after another until the product is made. This package will teach you additive manufacturing or 3d printing simulation based on the use of subroutines and Python scripting and was done by a team with the goal of coding all the steps of 3D printing.
Foam is a type of expanded plastic and rubber produced by forcing gas bubbles into a polymer material. It is a permeating, lightweight material. Along with corrugated packaging, foam fabric can protect goods during transportation. Foams, a novel family of ultra-light materials, have the capacity to undergo significant deformation at practically constant plateau stress, which allows them to absorb a significant amount of kinetic energy. In this tutorial package, you will learn how to analyze sandwich panels with an interior layer of foam, Foam-Filled Aluminum Tubes subjected to compressive loads, simulation of a reinforced foamed concrete beam, concrete-titanium foam panel explosion, etc. All of these cool practical examples with their complete tutorial videos are in this package which you can read their description below.
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)”.
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”.
In the Example Bank, there are hundreds of ready-made modeling examples that can help you in the simulations related to your project. By seeing similar examples, you can get an idea of how to prepare your model in Abaqus. You can order three examples for 45 Euros and start modeling your project and if you had more questions and ambiguities order training packages and other products.
In the Example Bank, there are hundreds of ready-made modeling examples that can help you in the simulations related to your project. By seeing similar examples, you can get an idea of how to prepare your model in Abaqus. You can order one example for 25Euros and start modeling your project and if you had more questions and ambiguities order training packages and other products.