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12 نوفمبر 2020
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Getting Started with Abaqus – Interactive Edition
Contents
1. Introduction
The Abaqus products 1.1
Getting started with Abaqus 1.2
Abaqus documentation 1.3
Getting help 1.4
Support 1.5
A quick review of the finite element method 1.6
2. Abaqus Basics
Components of an Abaqus analysis model 2.1
Introduction to Abaqus/CAE 2.2
Example: creating a model of an overhead hoist 2.3
Comparison of implicit and explicit procedures 2.4
Summary 2.5
3. Finite Elements and Rigid Bodies
Finite elements 3.1
Rigid bodies 3.2
Summary 3.3
4. Using Continuum Elements
Element formulation and integration 4.1
Selecting continuum elements 4.2
Example: connecting lug 4.3
Mesh convergence 4.4
Related Abaqus examples 4.5
Summary 4.7
5. Using Shell Elements
Element geometry 5.1
Shell formulation – thick or thin 5.2
Shell material directions 5.3
Selecting shell elements 5.4
Example: skew plate 5.5
Related Abaqus examples 5.6
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Summary 5.8
6. Using Beam Elements
Beam cross-section geometry 6.1
Formulation and integration 6.2
Selecting beam elements 6.3
Example: cargo crane 6.4
Related Abaqus examples 6.5
Summary 6.7
7. Linear Dynamics
Introduction 7.1
Damping 7.2
Element selection 7.3
Mesh design for dynamics 7.4
Effect of the number of modes 7.6
Effect of damping 7.7
Comparison with direct time integration 7.8
Other dynamic procedures 7.9
Related Abaqus examples 7.10
Summary 7.12
8. Nonlinearity
Sources of nonlinearity 8.1
The solution of nonlinear problems 8.2
Including nonlinearity in an Abaqus analysis 8.3
Example: nonlinear skew plate 8.4
Related Abaqus examples 8.5
Summary 8.7
9. Nonlinear Explicit Dynamics
Types of problems suited for Abaqus/Explicit 9.1
Explicit dynamic finite element methods 9.2
Automatic time incrementation and stability 9.3
Example: stress wave propagation in a bar 9.4
Damping of dynamic oscillations 9.5
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Energy balance 9.6
Summary 9.7
10. Materials
Defining materials in Abaqus 10.1
Plasticity in ductile metals 10.2
Selecting elements for elastic-plastic problems 10.3
Example: connecting lug with plasticity 10.4
Hyperelasticity 10.6
Example: axisymmetric mount 10.7
Mesh design for large distortions 10.8
Techniques for reducing volumetric locking 10.9
Related Abaqus examples 10.10
Summary 10.12
11. Multiple Step Analysis
General analysis procedures 11.1
Linear perturbation analysis 11.2
Example: vibration of a piping system 11.3
Restart analysis 11.4
Example: restarting the pipe vibration analysis 11.5
Related Abaqus examples 11.6
Summary 11.7
12. Contact
Overview of contact capabilities in Abaqus 12.1
Defining surfaces 12.2
Interaction between surfaces 12.3
Defining contact in Abaqus/Standard 12.4
Modeling issues for rigid surfaces in Abaqus/Standard 12.5
Abaqus/Standard example: forming a channel 12.6
Defining contact in Abaqus/Explicit 12.7
Modeling considerations in Abaqus/Explicit 12.8
Abaqus/Explicit example: circuit board drop test 12.9
Compatibility between Abaqus/Standard and Abaqus/Explicit 12.10
Related Abaqus examples 12.11
Summary 12.13
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13. Quasi-Static Analysis with Abaqus/Explicit
Analogy for explicit dynamics 13.1
Mass scaling 13.3
Energy balance 13.4
Example: forming a channel in Abaqus/Explicit 13.5
Summary 13.6
A. Example Files
Connecting lug A.2
Skew plate A.3
Cargo crane A.4
Nonlinear skew plate A.6
Stress wave propagation in a bar A.7
Connecting lug with plasticity A.8
Axisymmetric mount A.10
Vibration of a piping system A.11
Forming a channel A.12
Circuit board drop test
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