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ABAQUS Tutorial: Multiple Step Analysis in Abaqus

$ 65.00
In this training package, you will learn how to transfer the results of heat transfer analysis, such as thermal stress, from the Abaqus/ standard to impact analysis in Abaqus/explicit as an initial condition. You will learn the limitations, technical tips in modeling, as well as a practical example for low-velocity impact analysis on a composite plate.

Contents

  • Step-by-step training video which describes theories behind and how to model (*.mp4)
  • Abaqus files (*.cae, *.inp, *.jnl, *.odb)
  • Abaqus lecture notes (*.pdf)
  • Guarantee up to 3 month

ABAQUS Tutorial: Stress analysis of rolling contact of a wheel with the UIC60 profile rail

$ 99.00
  Modeling the rotation of a train wheel on a rail has tips that are trained in this tutorial video. In addition to the tutorial video , the abaqus files and their results will be provided to you so that nothing will remain unclear to you. In addition, all trainings include free online response after purchase.

Contents

  • Step-by-step training video which describes theories behind and how to model (*.mp4)
  • Abaqus files (*.cae, *.inp, *.jnl, *.odb)
  • Guarantee up to 1 years

Abaqus Validation: Coupled thermal-stress analysis of a disc-pad brake

$ 112.00
In this Abaqus tutorial package, a solid disk brake of a Red Flag CA7220 car with initial rotational velocity will contact a disk pad. Effects of friction will be an increase of disk temperature due to heat generated by energy dissipation and the reduction of rotational velocity. The numerical results were validated by the Gao & Lin, (2002) paper.

Contents

  • Step-by-step training video which describes theories behind and how to model (*.mp4)
  • Abaqus files (*.cae, *.inp, *.jnl, *.odb)
  • Abaqus lecture notes (*.pdf)
  • Guarantee up to 3 months

USDFLD Subroutine: 3D Hashin failure criteria for Abaqus

$ 124.00
In this training package, you will learn how to use user-defined field variables or USDFLD subroutines in Abaqus to predict composite damage using 3D Hashin failure criteria. Also, a practical example shows you how to write the subroutine, how to configure the model in Abaqus/CAE, and how to visualize the results. Finally, the performance of the code is validated with the Chang & Lessard failure criterion which is available in Abaqus documentation.

Contents

  • Tutorial training video (*.mp4)
  • Abaqus files (*.cae, *.inp, *.jnl, *.odb)
  • USDFLD subroutine (*.for)
  • Abaqus lecture notes (*.pdf)
  • Free technical support (3 months)