Hi, I know you place tremendous value on your time so I’ll be brief. I am trying to do a thermo-mechanical analysis of a closed region (H=75cm). In this region, at the bottom, the Temperature is around 700 degree. A structural beam is placed at the height of 25 cm from the bottom surface in closed region. I want to simulate the heat transfer from the bottom surface to beam due to convection (because air is there as a medium in closed region) and radiation.
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Hi I tried to mesh these two plates with two cases having different geometries. I am trying to achieve something similar in complex geometry in abaqus. But I think the problem is with shapes or if it is something else, please help me with this. I tried in solid elements too it did not work either. I have attached image where you can see two cases
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I am currently working on modelling ITZ zones in concrete 2D microstructure. ITZ is the cement paste zone near the surface of aggregate which differs in properties from bulk cement paste. The thichness of ITZ zone ranges from 10-50 micrometer (0.01 - 0.05 mm). The size of RVE I am using is 100X100 mm which makes ITZ a very fine detail in my microstructure. I have created a instance in abaqus merging all parts, Aggregate, ITZ and Matrix( Cement Paste).
I have encountered and Error within Abaqus Cmd prompt after numerous trial and error installations and path designations. Below is a display message retained from the cmd stating every system environment has been passed but stil no abaqus subroutine available?Using Abaqus 6.10 +VS2008+Fortran 11.1 installed in that order. Below is a display message from the prompt. Any suggestions would now be appreciated. Regards
I am trying to simulate material dumping process from shovel onto mining dump truck. And for that i am using Abaqus/Explicit. When i plot the contact force of material falling onto truck body under gravity, it gives me the maximum value of 0.12e+11, where as a simple theoretical analysis shows that the resulting impact force for 100 tons of material falling under gravity should be 9e5 N. I am not been able to understand the reason that why Abaqus /Explicit is exaggerating the impact/contact force so much. And i dont know how to correct this thing.
im making a 3d model of a tunnel excavation and its subsequent settlement using abaqus.
i have made a model in which the tunnel is excavated to a certain section. but my problem is that i cant simulate the progress of excavation. for example a model in which the tunnel gets excavated in 2-meter steps. and in each step 2 meter of soil gets excavated.
i have searched the internet and i think there are plug-ins which can help doing this. can anyone tell me how i can download such plug-ins? or introduce me another way to model the progress of the tunnel excavation?
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ABAQUS has a number of little-known built-in material models that are not documented in the manuals.
They are accessible from https://www.3ds.com, follow the path "Support", "Knowledge Base" and search for "Built-in user material models for Abaqus/Standard and Abaqus/Explicit". Below is a text version of the output.
It may be that you need special rights on the site; these can be requested from your regional SIMULIA HQ.
For test reasons of abaqus work, I have defined my material properties (stress-strain behaviour) up to strains of 15! However, even in this condition some of my elements reaches this strain value and distorted. I want to know which calculation the abaqus software is using to report a distortion error?
Actually can we define our material behaviour in a way that, it would not distorted at all?
This isn't majorly a Mechanics post but I've noticed that a lot of people have started using HPC's (which use Linux OS almost all the time), and Linux OS based desktops. It's slightly difficult for people to begin using linux but once you do there's no turning back. Here I aim to create a Linux Command cheat sheet that one can refer to. Or just have it printed and kept in the lab.
Most of these were borrowed from tecmint.com but I've added in some more explanations and commands.