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May 2019

Online Web Training: Introduction to Python & Abaqus Scripting

May 21 @ 10:30 - June 18 @ 12:30
EUR 980,00

The introduction to scripting e-learning programme will be run over a course of 5 weeks, which will consist of weekly 2 hour lectures. Each lecture will include the lecture itself, demonstrations with time for questions from the delegates. Additional workshops will be provided for the delegates to conduct in their own time with email support & mentoring available for any questions. When and how? 21th May - 18th June 2019 The course starts on Tuesday and lasts 5 weeks. One…

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Online Webinar Training: Coupled thermal stress analyses using Abaqus

May 31 @ 11:30 - 12:00
Continual Learning Program - 10 Webinars per year for EUR 1175,00

The next in the webinar series will cover sequential and fully coupled thermal-stress analyses using Abaqus. The three modes of heat transfer, conduction, convection and radiation will be covered, along with how these are defined in Abaqus/CAE. Frequently a thermal analysis is coupled to a stress analysis in order to determine the impact of thermal loading on the structural behaviour.  If the structural behaviour will not influence the thermal behaviour, a sequential analysis approach can be adopted, but if the…

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June 2019

Online Webinar Training: Residual Stress and Springback using Abaqus

June 28 @ 11:30 - 12:00
Continual Learning Program - 10 Webinars per year for EUR 1175,00

In this month’s webinar we will be covering residual stress and springback. We will look at their definition and implications on FEA, how to deal with springback efficiently in Abaqus and the transfer of residual stresses and deformed parts between Abaqus steps and solvers. Often the forming of metallic parts involves large quasi-static deformations and multiple sources of non-linearity. Processes such as these are regularly analysed using Abaqus/Explicit. This has implications when the aim is to model the forming process…

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July 2019

Online Webinar Training: Advanced Contact using Abaqus

July 26 @ 11:30 - 12:00
Continual Learning Program - 10 Webinars per year for EUR 1175,00

Sometimes you may wish to simulate a process where various parts interact with one another. In such cases it is often impossible to rely on predefined loads and boundary conditions since the exact points of contact are dependent on the solution. Including contact in your simulation can be a more realistic way to represent loadings. Abaqus provides a wide range of mechanical models and numerical methods for contact. We will begin this month's webinar with an overview of these capabilities,…

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September 2019

Online Webinar Training: Problem solving and simulation in Oil and Gas industry using Abaqus

September 27 @ 11:30 - 12:00
Continual Learning Program - 10 Webinars per year for EUR 1175,00

Problem solving and simulation within the Oil and Gas industry use approaches that are generally familiar to other more mainstream mechanical engineers, but often require the use of specific, often codified, processes and tools. This webinar will look at some of the tools that are available within Abaqus that allow an in-depth insight into the behaviour of systems in ways which conform to accepted standards. These include: Nonlinearities; Contact Material – Metal plasticity and hyperelasticity Advantages of plasticity modelling over…

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