If you are a researcher, student, university professor, or Engineer in the company in the field of composite materials, this training package in simulating these materials in Abaqus software is the best selection.
In this training package, everything you need to simulate these materials is completely available from simple to advanced. It includes modeling these materials in Abaqus to fatigue and damage of composite materials. Note that composite materials in some cases require subroutine writing due to their complex behavior for simulation in Abaqus software. An example of subroutine requirement in these materials is to study the fatigue of composite materials in the Abaqus, the implementation of damage initiation, and the progressive damage in three-dimensional elements.
You can see the syllabus and details of this workshop below or the drop-down menu on the right side of this product page.
Schmidt Eidman –
I have many experiences with composite structures. This package could help me simulate composite structures in different fields like macroscopic modeling, damage, fatigue, and implement this material in several types of subroutines like UMAT, USDFLD, VUMAT and etc. Thanks!
Experts Of CAE Assistant Group –
You’r welcome. If you think some topics should be added to Part2 of this package let us know. You can send an email to us([email protected])
Sū China –
I wanted to start simulating composites and composite damage and was wondering where to begin. Thanks! This is professional package for ones who are beginners in this matter and ones who have experience.
Xiu Chen –
What a nice package for composites. With this package, not even you learn about the composites, you will learn things about the UMAT, VUMAT, USDFLD subroutines as well. If I have some questions about my own simulation, can I contact the experts of the website?
Zoé Dubois –
If you want to learn all these topics by searching the web, you must spend a lot of time. But this package will ease your job and teach you in the best way. I recommend getting it.
Archie Bell –
Do not miss this package! Do not wonder in web looking for tutorials for composite damage. I believe it’s worth it to spend money on this package. I didn’t regret it.
Taara Basu –
Sounds like a complete package for composites and it seems to cover everything about composites. I have a question, is this package contain FGM materials?
Michael Patel –
Fatigue, damage, subroutine, tutorial videos, examples, and required files. All in one package! Totally was worth the cost.
Sofia Köhler –
For an engineer who wants to work with composites, I think this package is essential. Damage, progressive damage, fatigue, subroutine, it has everything I need. I am looking forward for the next part.
Duarte Pereira –
Nowadays, many things are made of composites. As an engineer and designer, I think all people in our line of work must know how to model composites in the software. I think this package might be a good tutorial to start with.
Benjamin Lewis –
Wow! All in one. If anyone wants to learn about composite damage and waste no time searching on the web, this is a great package. Great job! But will be a part 2 or more workshops?
Thanks, this package was really helpful for my project. Are there some examples like this in the Example bank? What is your recommendation?
Hello, I enjoyed the part where you divided the workshop into three parts, so we don’t get confused. However, I wish it had more workshops. Thanks anyway!
It seems to be a good package but isn’t that a little expensive for just one workshop? 🙁
This team is a professional one in the matter of subroutines, especially UMAT. Thank you for your excellent work! I have a question will be a part 2 or more workshops?
I am familiar with your great work and professional packages. But is this price just for one workshop or more?
Great tutorial package! Why don’t you put some training examples in the packages so we have some practice? It’s difficult to find some data and examples for practice.
That was a professional package! Does this package have part 2?
We need the subroutine for fatigue analysis only in composites and complex materials? Or do we need it for other problems as well?