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May 2020

Online Training: Abaqus for Composites

May 8 @ 10:30 - June 5 @ 12:30
EUR 1470,00

Composites can be an attractive alternative to homogeneous (eg metallic) materials in many applications. The decision to use composite materials brings extra complexity to the design process. That is why we developed our Online training: Abaqus for Composites. When designing composites, you must first choose the appropriate type of composite (particulate, short fibre, unidirectional, woven), the constituent materials and the construction of the composite (pre-preg, dry mats…). Once you have done that, you need to tailor the thickness and orientation…

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Online Webinar Training: Contact and convergence with Abaqus

May 29 @ 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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June 2020

Online Webinar Training: Multiscale Modelling with Abaqus

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

Two new methods are available in Abaqus to couple analyses performed at different scales: mean field homogenisation (MFH) and FE-based Representative Volume Element (RVE). The objective is to predict the mechanical response of a structure using data from a smaller scale. These methods are particularly useful when studying complex materials or structures such as composite materials or lattice structures. In this webinar, we will present the two methods: - MFH, that uses an analytical calculation to describe the relationship between…

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July 2020

Online Webinar Training: Buckling, Post-Buckling and Collapse with Abaqus FEA

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

July’s webinar will present the analysis types available in Abaqus, for evaluating the structural response under buckling, post buckling and collapse. Buckling is the sudden collapse of a structural member under axial compressive loading. The importance of accurately predicting buckling loads during design is paramount, since these loads are on most occasions lower than the ultimate compressive loads of the particular member. The non-linear character of this failure type, imposes a modelling and convergence challenge. Furthermore based on the physical…

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September 2020

Online Webinar Training: Plug-ins and Python scripting in Abaqus

September 25 @ 11:30 - 12:00
Continual Learning Program - 10 Webinars per year for EUR 1175,00

September's webinar is entitled 'Plug-ins and Python scripting in Abaqus’. It will be held on the 25th of September. Scripting is the easiest way to automate all the repetitive tasks. There is number of reasons why someone would like to avoid doing everything manually. Number one of course is that doing things manually is boring. However, there are far more important reasons to create scripts. From an engineering point of view, the most important attribute of our work is quality…

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