Abaqus Buckling, Postbuckling and Collapse Analysis Training Course

Get trained on Abaqus for Buckling, Postbuckling and Collapse behaviour

Efficient learning to maximize results

The training consists of theory, trainer examples and clear workshops to exercise what was tought.

Flexible planning for your schedule

Each month training is planned and we are flexible to change that scheme for your convenience.

Certified SIMULIA Training Centre

A fully utilized training centre with certified trainers to serve your training needs.

Official SIMULIA training material

Official SIMULIA training course material is used and handed out to assist your learning path.

Abaqus Buckling, Postbuckling and Collapse Analysis Training Course

The perfect training on Abaqus to know how to perform Buckling, Postbuckling and Collapse Analysis

Abaqus Buckling, Postbuckling and Collapse Analysis Training Course

Who should attend

This course is recommended for engineers with experience using Abaqus/Standard.

The course will continue at a minimum nr. of 3 persons. If the amount is less, Simuleon has the right to propose another month to have the training, or to suggest a company specific training instead.

This training is meant for experienced Abaqus users. If you are a beginning Abaqus user, you might want to consider following any of the introduction courses.

This is what our customers experienced:

“We followed this Abaqus buckling course to gain more experience on risk assesment for slender profile structures. The training was a perfect fit”

Course Objective

Buckling and postbuckling behavior is critical to the success of certain designs. For example, crash worthiness of an automobile requires that particular vehicle components collapse in ways that maximize energy absorption. On the other hand, successful designs of imperfection-sensitive, thin-walled shell structures, ranging from beverage containers to large pressure vessels, must prevent unintentional buckling.

The course covers the following topics:

  • Identify an imperfection-sensitive structure
  • Extract closely spaced eigenvalues efficiently
  • Introduce imperfections into a “perfect” mesh
  • Use the Riks method effectively
  • Use damping to control unstable motions

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