Obtaining converged solutions for highly nonlinear simulations can sometimes be challenging. Difficulties can arise, especially in simulations involving contact, complicated material models and geometrically unstable behavior. Many years of practical experience in understanding and resolving convergence issues have been condensed into this course.
This course provides an in-depth discussion on solving non-linear problems in Abaqus/Standard with an emphasis on modeling and convergence-related issues for contact. Convergence issues related to complicated material models and geometrically unstable behavior are also covered. Years of practical experience in understanding and resolving convergence issues have been condensed into this course.
The success of many structural designs requires a thorough understanding of both the thermal and mechanical response of the design. Temperature-dependent material properties, thermally-induced deformation, and temperature variations all may be important design considerations. Practical examples and workshops are used to illustrate these capabilities in Abaqus.
This course is an introduction to structural and thermal simulation in the 3DEXPERIENCE® platform. It teaches you how to solve both linear and nonlinear static problems and basic linear dynamics problems.
This course is an introduction to finite element modeling in the 3DEXPERIENCE® platform. It teaches you how to prepare finite element models for simulation.
The 3DEXPERIENCE® platform offers a rich variety of simulation tools and provides a new paradigm in results visualization. This course is an introduction to the high-performance visualization tool in the 3DEXPERIENCE platform that allows simulation analysts and engineers to view and evaluate simulation results.
The course emphasizes practical skills and techniques that are needed for analyses with Abaqus/Explicit. The course uses examples derived from actual industrial applications to reinforce the concepts and issues discussed in the lectures.
Participants are given a brief overview of the contact formulation and contact logic used in Abaqus/Standard. The hands-on workshops provide ample opportunity to use the concepts developed in the lectures and to learn how to postprocess the results of a contact analysis.
Throughout this course you will become familiar with the basic usage of CST Studio Suite in terms of its modeling and simulation capabilities. Participants will learn about the general setup, submission, and result analysis procedures for high-frequency 3D electromagnetic simulations.
This course is an introduction to the use of fe-safe in setting up and running various scenarios of fatigue analysis studies. The course includes many hands-on tutorials and practice examples.