## Simuleon FEA Blog

The “Introduction to Optimization for Abaqus Workshop” is a free event for anyone who has some experience with Abaqus and would like to explore the possibilities of optimization. Both non-parametric topology optimization using Tosca and parametric optimization using Isight are discussed, focusing on the optimization of problems using the finite element code Abaqus.

Topics: Abaqus, isight, tosca

Previously we posted a blog about optimization of a clap skate using Tosca. I wanted to revisit the topic, by comparing the parametric optimization in Isight and non-parametric optimization in Tosca.

In that blog clap skates were used, but since the weather has started to warm up, I thought in-line skates would be a better case study, particularly the frame (Figure 1). Both software are powerful and complex, so I will try to keep things simple and showcase the basics. More detailed information for the optimization in Isight can be found here and in Tosca here.

The “Introduction to Optimization for Abaqus Workshop” is a free event for anyone who has some experience with Abaqus and would like to explore the possibilities of optimization. Both non-parametric topology optimization using Tosca and parametric optimization using Isight are discussed, focusing on the optimization of problems using the finite element code Abaqus.

Topics: Abaqus, isight, tosca

The latest in the Simuleon webinar series will look at the parametric optimization tool Isight.  Topics covered will be an overview of the program, followed by more detail on processes available within Isight and software that Isight can interact with.  Finally, some examples of Isight workflows will be given.

The “Introduction to Optimization for Abaqus Workshop” is a free event for anyone who has some experience with Abaqus and would like to explore the possibilities of optimization. Both non-parametric topology optimization using Tosca and parametric optimization using Isight are discussed, focusing on the optimization of problems using the finite element code Abaqus.

Topics: Abaqus, isight, tosca

When performing a finite element analysis many modelling choices must be made. One of them is the choice of material properties. This can have a big influence on the outcome of the simulation. In many cases some material properties are known, for example in a data sheet. These normally do not directly correlate to the parameters required by Abaqus. When not all the required material properties are known, experimental data must be obtained. Based on this data, a material model and material parameters must be defined.

Topics: Abaqus, material calibration, isight

Simuleon blog topics related to Finite Element Analysis like; Structural Analysis and CFD analysis performed with SIMULIA Abaqus FEA, XFlow CFD, Isight Simulation Automation, Tosca Topology Optimization and Fe-Safe accurate Fatigue.