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Join our "Multi-Scale Modelling" Webinar

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This month’s webinar will cover the techniques recently implemented in Abaqus for multi-scale modelling. It will take place on Friday the 29th June at 10:30am.  

Two new methods are available in Abaqus to couple analyses performed at different scales: mean field homogenisation (MFH) and FE-based Representative Volume Element (RVE). The objective is to predict the mechanical response of a structure using data from a smaller scale. These methods are particularly useful when studying complex materials or structures such as composite materials or lattice structures.

In this webinar, we will present the two methods:

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Join our "Substructures and Submodelling" Webinar

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October’s webinar will look at analysing large models using techniques such as substructures and submodelling. It will be held on Friday 27th October.

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Online Training: Introduction to Python & Abaqus Scripting

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Learning a new language can be fun and it is not as difficult as you may think. Language-learning is a gateway to new experience. It is true for any language and especially for a programming language. With our new online training course, we will guide you through your new challenge: learning Python and the Abaqus Scripting Interface.

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Join our Advanced contact webinar

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June’s webinar will present advanced contact modelling methods and look at the related convergence issues. It will be held on Friday 30th June 10:30 BST.

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Join our Coupled Analysis Webinar

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February’s webinar will cover an introduction to sequentially coupled analyses. It will be held on Friday 24th February.

This webinar will present various methods for transferring results between Abaqus analyses or between Abaqus and a third-party software. These methods are particularly useful to perform sequentially coupled multi-physics simulations such as thermal-structural analysis or fluid structure interaction. They can also be applied when an analysis requires the use of both solvers: Abaqus/Standard and Abaqus/Explicit, such as the analysis of the residual strength after impact.

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Join our "Convergence Issues" Webinar

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January’s webinar is entitled ‘Convergence issues’. It will be held on Friday 27th January.

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Post-processing analysis results within Abaqus Viewer webinar

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November’s webinar covers post-processing analysis results within Abaqus Viewer. It will be held on Friday 25th November.

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Join our "Adaptive Techniques Available In Abaqus" Webinar

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October’s webinar will present an overview of the adaptive techniques available in Abaqus. It will be held on 28th October.

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Multiscale Analysis of Composites: The Remaining Challenges...

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Analysis Consultant Stephanie Miot will be presenting at the NAFEMS Practicalities of Analysising Composites event on the 28th September, discussing the Multiscale Analysis of Composites and the remaining challenges.

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Join our "Introduction to Material Modelling Calibration" Webinar

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July’s webinar will cover an introduction to material modelling calibration. It will be held on 29th July.

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