October’s webinar will look at analysing large models using techniques such as substructures and submodelling. It will be held on Friday 27th October.
Large and complex models can be efficiently analysed using Abaqus. Substructures and submodels can be used to reduce the computational cost of the analysis. These techniques are useful to perform multi-levels analysis and study the global response of a large structure and/or the local behaviour of a specific region of interest.
In this webinar, we look at how substructures can be generated then imported in a global model. Substructures are particularly useful when studying the global response of a structure if there is no need to model with a great accuracy the response of each component.
The submodelling method consists of creating a local model from global model then using the solution of the global model to drive the local model. This approach can be used to accurately capture the response of a local region of interest in a large model. In this webinar, we will present one of the submodelling approach available in Abaqus: the node-based submodelling.
The Buckling, Post-Buckling & Collapse analysis with Abaqus is a paid online training for existing customers. Other companies can sign up and receive a free webinar once. The costs for 10 Online Webinar Training Sessions during the year are EUR 1.175,00.
The link for the online event will be sent just one week before the actual date so if you register, please note it in your agenda already.