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How to use ABAQUS Documentation


This package teach you how to simulate your customized problem by using help to find similar problems and execute them, theories, using scripts and subroutines and etc.

UEXPAN and VUEXPAN Subroutine


This tutorial teach how to define incremental thermal strains as functions of temperature, predefined field variables, and state variables loads. UEXPAN and VUEXPAN subroutines are used for implicit and explicit solvers respectively.

UGEN Subroutine in ABAQUS


This tutorial is given the shear and bending forces as the output of the subroutine where the shell mechanical behavior is nonlinear and can only be presented on the basis of general terms of the shell matrix and such behavior is not present in the ABAQUS graphical environment.

Implementation of Cohesive by interaction & element based methods in ABAQUS


This package teaches you how to choose the method and apply cohesive modeling for various simple and complex problems. The training package also teaches you how to define the basic geometry of the adhesive elements and how to define the mechanical behavior in elastic and damaged regions in ABAQUS FEM software.

Fracture simulation in ABAQUS

"UVARM subroutine (VUVARM subroutine) in ABAQUS" package teaches how to specify user-defined output variables at all material calculation points of elements for academic and industrial projects.

UMATHT Subroutine in ABAQUS

UMATHT stands for User Material Heat Transfer. This subroutine is used to define a material's thermal behavior. When you have a thermal analysis and want to define the material's behavior and properties, which the Abaqus CAE cannot support, you need to use the UMATHT subroutine. This subroutine needs to define different variables, including the internal thermal energy per unit mass, the variation of internal thermal energy per unit mass with respect to temperature, etc. In this package, you will learn what the UMATHT subroutine is? When do we need to use it? And how it works, with some examples.