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ABAQUS Projects Package

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.

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.

Simulation of forming in ABAQUS

The forming in Abaqus is one of the most important manufacturing processes that can be used for producing different components. In this package, you will learn how to simulate the forming process in Abaqus and you can see the behavior of the material along this process. This package contains some examples that cover rolling, hydroforming, extrusion, ECAP, Cold forging, and drilling processes.

Forming simulations in ABAQUS

              In this training package, different types of forming simulations are presented along with different tips. These points include increasing the solution speed, different types of plasticity and damage models, different solvers, Lagrangian, CEL, and SPH methods and etc.