Iam modelling a simply supported RC slab with Abaqus using Concrete Damaged Plasticity subjected to a concentrated load at the top surface of the slab. I have used element type C3D8R for concrete and truss elements to represent steel bars.
I found the result of FEM showed that the linear part of load versus deflection, i.e. from zero load up to yield load shows a very stiff curve compare to the experimental test results.
I mesh most of my parts in C3D8R. My simulation are quasi-static, and involve a lot of contacts. To model steel, I use a classic elastic-plastic behavior, coming from stress-strain curves we measured. I have the yield strength of the material and the strain at break. My questions concern post-processing.
Finally i found out the way to simulate PMMA embossing using Mooney Revlin constants at several tempature. Now i am trying to include Prony model and shift function with Hyperelastic model in ansys. I tried using static and transient analysis but it is not giving viscoelastic flow behaviour. If anyone done this kind of simulation in Ansys please help me. I am sending mooney revlin and prony model constants in ansys WB.
I am working on a 3D contact problem where a spherical part is pressed against another spherical surface. I was wondering what variables may be interesting to study for this problem. I decided to look at the contact area CAREA, the contact pressure CPRESS and the stress S but I am not able to find how Abaqus defines and calculates these variables, does anyone know?
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Recently, I have worked on the creep crack growth coupled with CDM. In the references, it says that when the element reached to the critical damage, the E of the element was reduced to 0. However, when I used this method in my UMAT, it can achieved creep crack growth in some elements. As the number of damaged elements increases, the damaged eelments distorted too large,as shown in attachment. Therefore, the calculation is stoped.
I am trying to model concrete as an elastic material in ABAQUS. The model can be any simple structure (cube, beam or column) but the main feature is that concrete behaviour is elastic up to a limiting strain (St. Venant's theory). Which of the Failure criteria in ABAQUS i should be using (Elasticity or brittle cracking)? if neither would you mind explaining other options?
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This is MATLAB code that was written by myself and collaborators that we've sought to make available to the wider research community. The program is intended to track the displacements of micropatterned dots on a substrate in a similar manner to that performed by Maloney et al. in "Influence of Finite Thickness on cellular adhesion-induced deformation of an compliant substrata". Physical Review E. 2008.
I am dealing with a partial sphere dome in ANSYS, I created the volume by extruding half of an arch area along the axis at the dome center. I am using SOLID65 elements. The problem I am facing now is how to properly sweep mesh the whole volume ( actually, there are four 90 degree partial sphere together after the extrude of the area), because if I simply sweep the volume, the elements around the top center of the sphere will cause element shape warning in the static analysis.
Dose anyone have any idea about how to deal with the mesh around the center?
Hello, I am modeling the spherical indentation of a poroelastic layer. I am modeling the indenter as a rigid analytical surface. As you know, the total pressure in a porous medium at each point is the sum of the elastic stresses from the matrix, and the pore pressure caused by fluid pressurization. Abaqus provides both the pore pressure and of course the rest of the stress quantities.
I have written a introduction manual/tutorial on Abaqus Scripting. I got some good feedback from my colleagues. Therefore, I would like to share the manual.The manual should give a short introduction (it will not take more than one hour) to Abaqus script in Python.