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Webtraining – Abaqus import analysis

10 Aug, 2023 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

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During this webtraining we focus on the Abaqus import capability from Abaqus/Standard into Abaqus/Explicit and vice versa.
4RealSim believes in continuous Abaqus learning and regularly organizes webtrainings for our customers. Join our webinar and learn more about Abaqus, get more confident in the usage and become more efficient!

Abaqus import capability

Abaqus provides the capability to import a deformed mesh and its associated material state from Abaqus/Standard into Abaqus/Explicit and vice versa. For example, the entire sheet metal forming process (which requires an initial preloading, forming, and subsequent springback) can be analyzed. In this case the initial preloading can be simulated with Abaqus/Standard using a static procedure and the subsequent forming process can be simulated with Abaqus/Explicit. Finally, the springback analysis can be performed with Abaqus/Standard.

Abaqus also provides the capability to transfer desired results and model information from an Abaqus/Standard analysis to a new Abaqus/Standard analysis or from an Abaqus/Explicit analysis to a new Abaqus/Explicit analysis, where additional model definitions may be specified before the analysis is continued. For example, during an assembly process an analyst may first be interested in the local behavior of a particular component but later is concerned with the behavior of the assembled product. In this case the local behavior can first be analyzed in an Abaqus/Standard or Abaqus/Explicit analysis. Subsequently, the model information and results from this analysis can be transferred to a second Abaqus/Standard or Abaqus/Explicit analysis, where additional model definitions for the other components can be specified, and the behavior of the entire product can then be analyzed.

Finally, Abaqus provides the capability to transfer desired results and model information from multiple Abaqus/Standard analyses or multiple Abaqus/Explicit analyses to a new Abaqus/Explicit analysis, where additional model definitions can be specified before the analysis is continued. For example, during an assembly process an analyst may first be interested in the local behavior of a number of components but later is concerned with the behavior of the assembled product. In this case the local behavior of each component can first be analyzed individually in a series of Abaqus/Standard or Abaqus/Explicit analyses. Subsequently, the model information and results from these analyses can be transferred to a new Abaqus/Explicit analysis, where additional model definitions for the other components can be specified, and the behavior of the entire product can then be analyzed.

Who can attend the 4RealSim Abaqus webtraining?

This 4RealSim webtraining is intended for our Abaqus customers.


Details

Date:
10 Aug, 2023
Time:
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Cost:

Venue

Webinar
Online via webinar

Organizer

4RealSim