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  • This post provides an overview of the new key features of Abaqus 2020. Abaqus 2020 key features Abaqus/CAE (Enhanced Functionality) When partitioning cells by extrude/sweep of edges, the selected edges no longer need to be connected to each other You can now directly import Solidworks......

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  • There are various reasons why a Abaqus/Standard finite element simulation may not converge. This post provides a description of the most common convergence problems and an explanation what might be the cause of these occurrences. When convergence problems appear, one should review the output files......

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Webinar – Hydrogen embrittlement – a serious challenge for energy companies

23 April, 2020 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Hydrogen embrittlement Hydrogen embrittlement (also called hydrogen assisted cracking or hydrogen-induced cracking) describes the embrittling of metal after being exposed to hydrogen. Due to hydrogen embrittlement, structures can suffer from a loss of ductility, strength and/or toughness. This phenomenon can pose a risk to the…

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