The “Introduction to Non-Linear Analysis Workshop” on the 22th of January from 13:00 - 17:00 CET, is a free ONLINE event for anyone who has some experience of simulation and FEA, but would like to look at extending the scope of the work they do. This workshop is an ideal way to understand what advanced simulation and SIMULIA Abaqus can offer, and find out how easy it actually is to perform a real world non-linear analysis.
January’s webinar is entitled ‘Characterizing materials and calibrating material models in Abaqus’. It will be held on the 29th of January.
In this month’s webinar we will be looking at characterizing materials and calibrating material models in Abaqus.
• The material calibration tool that allows you to import stress vs strain data into Abaqus to create elastic plastic materials
• Metal hardening models
• Elastomer characterization and behaviour
• How to define hyperelastic materials
From Simuleon we wish you a Merry Christmas and all the best for 2021!
And at least I am hoping for some snow ;)
Here in the Netherlands we have the expression that something can 'snow under'. Figuratively, this indicates that it's forgotten, because something else is taking up all the attention. Typically, this isn't a good thing, but in light of the current pandemic, it may not be a bad thing if we can forget 2020, hence this simulation with 2020 numbers ;-).
Abaqus 2021 is out. In this blog post, we will be showing some of the enhancements, that we found interesting. Additionally most major enhancements will be highlighted, for this new Abaqus release. For a more in depth explanation of the new enhancements, you can take a look in the release notes, provided here.
The discussed enhancements, are included in versions up to Abaqus 2021 FD03(FP.CFA.2042), which has been released. More enhancements are scheduled for later releases of Abaqus 2021x.
This is your last chance to register for the Simulation Innovation forum taking place tomorrow at 26th of November. Already over 500 Simulation Specialists from all over the world have registered to our exciting online event, taking place tomorrow.
In case you need an additional reason to join, please take a look at the compelling agenda below.
I look forward meeting you all tomorrow!
Topics: Events & Announcements
In the hot rolling process, metal is heated and passed through one or more sets of rollers, to give it the desired cross-section for example. This process is used for the fabrication on railway tracks (Figure 1).
Topics: Events & Announcements
In this blog post, we will be showing an analysis of a bolted joint. The joint comprises of two flat plates that are made of carbon fiber reinforced polymer material (CFRP). Both plates have the same 8 ply layup (symmetric), and have been modelled with stacked continuum shell elements. Ply failure modelling has been considered in terms of Hashin failure criterion damage initiation and fracture energy damage evolution.
The “Introduction to Non-Linear Analysis Workshop” on the 26th of November as part of the morning session of SIMIF, is a free ONLINE event for anyone who has some experience of simulation and FEA, but would like to look at extending the scope of the work they do. This workshop is an ideal way to understand what advanced simulation and SIMULIA Abaqus can offer, and find out how easy it actually is to perform a real world non-linear analysis.
October’s webinar is entitled ‘Simulation of adhesives and adhesion in Abaqus’. It will be held on the 30st of October.
Adhesives have become a common joining method in industry but present particular challenges to the simulation engineer. The webinar will give an overview of some common methods for predicting stress states, deformation and failure on adhesively bonded joints.