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Rock simulation in Abaqus

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Rock simulation is essential for evaluating the behaviour of rock masses under various loading conditions, such as earthquakes, landslides, and blasting. It enables engineers and geologists to assess the stability and integrity of rock structures, predicts potential failure modes, and develop effective mitigation strategies. Rock simulation is crucial in the design and planning of mining operations, tunnels, and underground constructions to ensure the safety and longevity of the structures. It also plays a vital role in assessing the seismic hazard of an area and evaluating the potential impact of earthquakes on the built environment. In this package, you will learn how to do an impact simulation on a granite stone using the JH-2 model; also an explosion simulation inside a rock for excavation purposes. You can learn more detail in the description of the workshops.
 

Abaqus Explosion

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An explosion is a rapid and violent release of energy, usually accompanied by a loud noise, heat, and pressure waves. Explosions can be caused by a variety of factors such as chemical reactions, combustion, nuclear reactions, or mechanical failure. Explosions can cause severe damage to buildings, infrastructure, and human life. To minimize the impact of such incidents, accurate and reliable simulation of explosions is crucial. Explosion simulation involves modeling the complex interactions of blast waves, shock waves, and debris with the surrounding environment. By simulating explosions, engineers and scientists can identify potential risks and develop effective safety measures. In this package, you will learn how to model explosions in different situations with practical examples, such as Air blast explosion simulation inside an RC room and Subsurface explosion simulation on buried steel pipelines.

Geostatic analysis in Abaqus

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Geostatic Relates to the pressure exerted by the earth or similar substance. Total stress at a point due to the combined weight of the soil or rock (solids plus water) and the load on the foundation is called Geostatic stress. Geostatic analysis is used in cases such as earthquakes, designing a dam, analyzing the foundation of a structure, etc. In this package, three workshops are presented to learn the Geostatic analysis: The first workshop analyzes a water column broke under the weight of gravity, the second workshop simulates an earthquake load over a gravity dam in contact with water and dirt, the last workshop models cylindrical tank's water sloshing phenomenon.
 

Mohr-coulomb usage in Abaqus

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A mathematical model called the Mohr-Coulomb theory describes how brittle materials, such as concrete or rubble piles, react to both shear stress and normal stress. This rule is followed by the majority of traditional engineered materials in at least some of their shear failure envelope. In this package, you will learn how to use this theory in four practical examples: Analysis of surface explosion damage to an underground box tube in ABAQUS, dynamic analysis of a tunnel in soil subjected to internal blast loading, An internal explosion-related numerical simulation of the behavior of a pipeline's damage mechanics, and for cases utilizing crashworthiness, simulate an Eulerian method to soil impact analysis.
 

Water Simulation in Abaqus

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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.

Foam simulation in Abaqus

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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.
 

ABAQUS Projects Package

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If you need common industrial simulations in the fields of forming, fracture, explosion, impact, etc., this package can provide you with comprehensive training along with an instructional video file and software file. You can quickly meet your educational needs in learning the elementary and intermediate level of Abaqus software using this package.

Introduction to USDFLD and VUSDFLD Subroutine

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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.

Explosion simulation in ABAQUS

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This training package teaches simulation of the explosion in ABAQUS with a variety of examples. In this training package, different methods for implementation are discussed.