Webinar – Finite Element Analysis for soil structure interactions
7 November, 2019 @ 4:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Most of the civil engineering structures involve some type of structural element with direct contact with ground. Abaqus users provides a comprehensive set of solutions to model these soil-structure interactions.
During this online webinar an introduction is given how Abaqus can be used to simulate these phenomena.
Soil structure interactions
Most of the civil engineering structures involve some type of structural element with direct contact with ground. When the external forces, such as earthquakes, act on these systems, neither the structural displacements nor the ground displacements, are independent of each other. The process in which the response of the soil influences the motion of the structure and the motion of the structure influences the response of the soil is termed as soil-structure interaction.
Abaqus for soil structure interactions
Abaqus users provides a comprehensive set of solutions to model these soil-structure interactions. During this webinar the methodologies of Abaqus to simulate soil-structure interaction are explained, and various examples are given like spudcan foundations, earthquake analysis and ice berg gouging,
Benefits of using FEA for soil structure interaction
The use of Finite Element Analysis will help to understand how products will perform in life
– Reduce physical prototypes
– Increase confidence in product performance
– Accelerate design decisions
– Gain knowledge of real-world behavior
Nonlinear FEM in the Oil and Gas Industry
During the webinar, a comprehensive overview of the Finite Element possibilities are given for the oil and gas industry.
Who should attend this event?
– Geotechnical engineers
– Geotechnical managers
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