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Join our online webinar: Abaqus 2020 - whats new

Posted by Dolf Broekaart on Jan 27, 2020 12:38:26 PM

Abaqus 2020 is out. In this webinar we’ll go through many of the modifications and new features, so you can determine where you can benefit from this release.

Have you ever wanted to do an interference fit in Abaqus/Explicit, import SolidWorks sldprt or sldasm files, define contact properties based on the materials of the underlying surfaces or simulate additive manufacturing? This, and more, is possible with Abaqus 2020.

Not possible for you to follow our online webinar? Read one of these blogs here and here.

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Topics: software, Abaqus, Abaqus/CAE, Abaqus 2020

Merry Christmas - Create your own Christmas tree in Abaqus

Posted by Christine Obbink-Huizer on Dec 17, 2019 9:30:00 AM

What if … you could let Abaqus draw a Christmas tree for you, according to your own specifications, and would then show it deforming under the load of the balls?

If wouldn’t change the world, but it would be kind of fun, wouldn’t it? At least that’s what I thought, which led to the Christmas tree plugin, that you can download from this page.

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Topics: Merry Christmas, Abaqus 2020

Abaqus 2020: What's new?

Posted by Christine Obbink-Huizer on Dec 9, 2019 5:41:40 PM

Abaqus 2020 is available. The installation is similar to that of Abaqus 2019, and we have a separate post to guide you through it. Click here for our blog Abaqus 2020: download an installation instructions.

Here I want to show a few of the modifications, and then provide a list of other improvements so you can check them out yourself if the topic is of interest to you.

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Topics: whats new, Abaqus 2020

Abaqus 2020: Download & Installation

Posted by Christine Obbink-Huizer on Dec 9, 2019 5:31:46 PM

Abaqus 2020 is now available. The download and installation is similar to that of Abaqus 2019.

As with Abaqus 2019, it is straight forward as long as the downloaded files are extracted to a common file structure and that the installation is done using (full) administrator rights, especially using Windows 10.

I’ll go through the process below. It includes print screens of most windows. Those that only require confirmation are left out for brevity. 

If you want to know what's new in the Abaqus 2020 release, please go to our other blog topic. Abaqus 2020: What's new.

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Topics: Abaqus 2020, download, installation

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