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Advanced Biomedical Simulation Seminar, Sep 26th, Houston

Date / Time: Tuesday, September 26, 2017 / 1:30 PM to 5:30 PM CDT 

Venue: Texas Medical Center Innovation Institute, John P. McGovern Campus, Houston, TX

Organisers: Virtual Integrated Analytics Solutions (VIAS) - Ali Can Solak (asolak@viascorp.com; (832) 766-9086)

VIAS cordially invites you to participate in a half day Advanced Biomedical Simulation Seminar at the Texas Medical Center in Houston.

Who should attend

Simpleware Webinar: Lattices and Additive Manufacturing for Footwear, Sep 7th 2017

Footwear Webinar

 Date: Thursday, September 7, 2017 

Time: 9:00 am PDT (West Coast) / 12:00 EDT pm (East Coast) / 5:00 pm BST (UK) / 6:00 pm CEST (Europe) 

Presented by: Matthew Flail (Footprint 3D, USA)

Unit testing MPI applications

New article: Unit testing and continuous integration of MPI applications with googletest and cmake. http://www.parresianz.com/mpi/c++/mpi-unit-testing-googletests-cmake/

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Abaqus/Python - commands to find nearest node to a given point

Hi,
I need to write a python comman code to find a node (in a given set), nearest to a given point.
The code now looks as follows:
import sys
sys.path.insert(10, 
r'c:/SIMULIA/Abaqus/6.13-3/code/python/lib/abaqus_plugins/findNearestNode')
import nearestNodeModule
nearestNodeModule.hideTextAndArrow()
a = mdb.models['FibreModel'].rootAssembly
n1 = a.instances['Fibre0-1'].nodes

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New release of Abaqus2Matlab: GUI, reading .odb and much more!

A2M GUI interface 

Dear imechanicians,

A new version of Abaqus2Matlab has just been released and I hope that it is of interest to you.

This new release constitutes a very significant step forward in the development of this well-known software to connect Abaqus and Matlab.

Fundamentals of Simpleware Training, Sep 19th 2017, UK

When: Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Where: Synopsys Reading Training Centre, 100 Brook Drive, Green Park, Reading, RG2 6UJ, United Kingdom

Overview

This one-day intensive training course intends to give new and existing users sufficient knowledge of the basic functionality of Simpleware software. It will allow you to develop workflows based your areas of research and future projects.

Webinar: Simpleware Human Body Models, July 13th

Simpleware Human Body Models

Date: Thursday, July 13, 2017 

Time: 8:00 am PDT (West Coast) / 11:00 pm EDT (East Coast) / 4:00 pm BST (UK) / 5:00 pm CEST (Europe)

Attend this webinar to discover how Simpleware software and/or services can be leveraged to generate high-quality human body models from sources like MRI and CT image data. In partnership with SIMULIA.

Topics covered include:

User-defined amplitudeS using UAMP subroutine in ABAQUS

Choose a channel featured in the header of iMechanica: 

Dear all,

I need to use two user-defined amplitudes in my model in order to apply two separate variable-dependent forces on two separate partitions. I have been struggling with this for long now, and the documentation says "There is one exception in Abaqus/Standard: only one solution-dependent amplitude (used for superplastic forming) can be active during each step."

I see the possibility of defining multiple solution-dependent amplitudes in CAE, but in UAMP the variables such as ampValueOld, ampValueNew, etc. may take only one value. 

Simpleware workshops, Lancashire, June 6-9 2017

We're running free workshops on using Simpleware software for 3D image visualisation, analysis and model generation from June 6-9 in Lancashire, UK. 

Join us for these introductory sessions to learn the basics of the software and how to apply it to applications in the Life Sciences, Materials Science, Industrial Reverse Engineering and Non-Destructive Engineering, and many more.

Dates

June 6 - Lancaster

Simpleware workshops, Netherlands, May 22nd-May 24th

We have free workshops in Eindhoven (May 22nd), Delft (May 23rd), and Amsterdam (May 24th) - learn more and sign up for these introductions to using Simpleware software for generating high-quality models from 3D image data.

Simpleware NURBS Webinar, May 24th & May 25th

Register: Wednesday, May 24th, 2017 - 9:00 am PDT (West Coast) / 12:00 pm EDT (East Coast) / 5:00 pm BST (UK) / 6:00 pm CEST (Europe)

Simpleware London Workshop, May 10th 2017

Date / Time: Wednesday, May 10, 2017 / 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Location: Central London, UK

Fee: Free-to-attend. Pre-registration is required as places are limited

Register here

Who should attend

Simpleware software training days, May 2017

We run regular one-day training courses that include introductory, advanced and bespoke training days in the UK on using Simpleware software.

Join a session to learn about how to get the most out of Simpleware when generating models from 3D image data (MRI, CT. micro-CT...) suitable for FEA, CFD, CAD and 3D Printing applications.

Simpleware Training Courses, Reading, UK, May 9-10 2017

Simpleware software

We're running fundamental and advanced training courses on Simpleware software on May 9th and 10th at the Synopsys Reading Training Centre.

Sign up for the fundamentals course to cover:

vtk.js vs. three.js

vtk.js is a recently released javacript version of vtk. Here's my experience with it and how it compares with three.js today. http://www.parresianz.com/javascript/typescript/vtkjs/threejs/vue/vtkjs-ellipsoid/ 

-- Biswajit

Visualizing ellipsoidal particles with three.js

You will find my new article on visualizing ellisoids with three.js at http://www.parresianz.com/javascript/typescript/threejs/vue/vtk-threejs-ellipsoid/

This series contains almost all the information you will need to create your own viz tools in javascript.

-- Biswajit

Simpleware Workshops: Denmark and Sweden (March 15th-16th 2017)

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 Join us at the Technical University of Denmark on March 15th, and in Gothenburg on March 16th, for free workshops introducing how to use Simpleware software for 3D image data visualisation, analysis and model generation.

Javascript frontend for simulations?

I've been exploring the possibility of frontend development for engineering simulations in Javascript.  Following on from the previous post on generating VTK XML particle data output files from our simulation, her's a new post on reading in those files in Javascript.  See my article at http://www.parresianz.com/javascript/typescript/vue/vuex/xml/reading-vtk-particles/.

-- Biswajit

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