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Introduction to Abaqus/CAE

Introduction to Abaqus/CAE
Date: 05.02.2015 9:00 - 06.02.2015 17:00
Location details: -
Language: english-language
lecturers: Reijo Lindgren
Technical Sales Specialist SIMULIA Finland
Price: -

The course is intended for those with little or no previous knowledge of Abaqus software. Upon completion of this course you will be able to:

  • Use Abaqus/CAE to create complete finite element models
  • Use Abaqus/CAE to submit and monitor analysis jobs
  • Use Abaqus/CAE to view and evaluate simulation results

The course is intended to people from Finnish universities and polytechnics only.

DAY 1. Lesson 1 - Introducing Abaqus/CAE
                   Demo 1: A First Look at Abaqus
                   Workshop 1: Overview of Abaqus/CAE
            Lesson 2 - Working with Geometry in Abaqus/CAE
                  Demo 2a: Working with Native Geometry
                  Demo 2b: Generating a Shell Feature from a Solid Feature
                  Demo 2c: Generating a Shell From a Thin Solid
                  Workshop 2a: Solid and Rigid Parts - Hinge Model
                  Workshop 2b: Creating Parts Using Constraints and Dimensions
                  Workshop 2c:: Creating Parts - Clip and Plate Model
            Lesson 3 - Working with Models Created Outside Abaqus
                  Demo 3: Importing and Editing an Orphan Mesh
                  Workshop 3: Orphan Mesh Editing - Pump Model

DAY 2. Lesson 4 - Material Properties and Assemblies
                  Demo 4a: Materials and Sections; Visualizing Beam Cross Sections
                  Demo 4b: Creating an Assembly; Boolean Operations
                  Workshop 4a: Assigning Material Properties and Defining the Assembly Model
                 Workshop 4b: Assigning Material Properties and Defining the Assembly Plate Model
            Lesson 5 - Steps, Interactions, and Loads
                 Demo 5a: Creating Steps
                 Demo 5b: Using the Load Module
                 Demo 5c: Defining a Rigid Body
                 Demo 5d: Using Automatic Contact Detection and General Contact
                 Workshop 5a: Defining Steps, Interactions, Boundary Conditions, and Loads - Hinge Model
                 Workshop 5b: Defining Steps, Interactions, Boundary Conditions, and Loads and Plate Model
           Lesson 6 - Meshing
                Demo 6a: Using the Mesh Module
                Demo 6b: Partitioning and Meshing
                Workshop 6a: Three-Dimensional Meshing - Hinge Model
                Workshop 6b: Two-Dimensional Meshing - Fuse Model
                Workshop 6 c: Meshing - Clip and Plate Model
            Lesson 7 - Job Management and Results Visualization
                Demo 2a: Using the Keywords Editor
                Demo 2b: Visualizing Results
                Workshop 7a: Job Management and Visualization - Hinge Model
                Workshop 7b: Visualizing Results and Modifying the Model Definations - Clip and Plate Model