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Introduction to Abaqus

R 6.12

About this Course

Course objectives

Upon completion of this course you will be able to: Use Abaqus/CAE to create complete finite element models. Use Abaqus/CAE to submit and monitor analysis jobs. Use Abaqus/CAE to view and evaluate simulation results. Solve structural analysis problems using Abaqus/Standard and Abaqus/Explicit, including the effects of material nonlinearity, large deformation and contact.

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Targeted audience

Simulation Analysts

Prerequisites

None

5 days

Day 1

Lesson 1 Demo 1 Workshop 1 Lesson 2 Demo 2a

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Overview of Abaqus A First Look at Abaqus Linear Static Analysis of a Cantilever Beam Working with Geometry in Abaqus Working with Native Geometry Generating a Shell Feature from a Solid Feature Generating a Shell From a Thin Solid Creating Native Geometry: Pipe Creep Model Import and Geometry Repair: Intersecting Pipes

Demo 2b Demo 2c Workshop 2a Workshop 2b

Workshop 2c

Lesson 3 Demo 3 Workshop 3

Reinforced panel: Geometry (Optional)

Working with Models Created Outside Abaqus Importing and Editing an Orphan Mesh Importing and Editing an Orphan Mesh: Pump Model

Day 2

Lesson 4 Demo 4 Workshop 4a Workshop 4b Workshop 4c

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Material and Section Properties Creating Materials and Assigning Sections Material and Section Properties: Pipe Creep Model Material and Section Properties: Pump Model Reinforced Panel: Properties (Optional) Assemblies in Abaqus Creating an Assembly Pump Model Assembly Reinforced Panel: Assembly (Optional)

Lesson 5 Demo 5 Workshop 5a Workshop 5b

Lesson 6

Demo 6a Demo 6b Workshop 6a

Steps, Output, Loads, and Boundary Conditions

Creating Steps Using the Load Module Step Definition and Loads: Pipe Creep Model

Workshop 6b

Workshop 6c

Step Definition and Loads: Pump Model

Reinforced Panel: Step Definition and Loads (Optional)

Day 2 (cont'd)

Lesson 7 Demo 7a Demo 7b Workshop 7a

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Meshing Imported and Native Geometry Using the Mesh Module Partitioning and Meshing Structured Hex Meshing: Pipe Creep Model Free and Swept Meshing: Pump Model Meshing of Intersecting Pipes Reinforced Panel: Mesh (Optional)

Workshop 7b Workshop 7c Workshop 7d

Day 3

Lesson 8 Demo 8a Demo 8b Workshop 8a

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Job Management and Results Visualization Using the Keywords Editor Visualizing Results Creep of a Pipe Intersection Analysis of a Reinforced Panel (Optional) Linear Static Analysis Multiple Load Cases Linear Static Analysis of a Cantilever Beam: Multiple Load Cases Linear Analysis of a Skew Plate Adding Material and Geometric Nonlinearity Nonlinear Static Analysis Nonlinear Analysis of a Skew Plate

Workshop 8b Lesson 9 Demo 9 Workshop 9a Workshop 9b Lesson 10 Demo 10 Workshop 10

Day 4

Lesson 11 Workshop 11 Lesson 12 Demo 12

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Multistep Analysis in Abaqus Unloading Analysis of a Skew Plate Constraints and Connections Defining a Rigid Body Defining Tie Constraints: Pump Model Contact Using Automatic Contact Detection and General Contact Nonlinear Static Analysis of a Pump Assembly

Workshop 12 Lesson 13 Demo 13 Workshop 13

Day 5

Lesson 14 Demo 14 Workshop 14a Workshop 14b

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Dynamic Analysis Dynamic Analysis Dynamic Analysis of a Skew Plate Pipe Whip Analysis Analyzing Highly Nonlinear Quasi-Static Problems Quasi-Static Analysis Single Pass Rolling of a Thick Plate Heat Transfer and Thermal-Stress Analysis

Lesson 15 Demo 15 Workshop 15 Lesson 16

Demo 16

Workshop 16

Thermal Analysis

Thermal-Stress Analysis of Intersecting Pipes

Additional Material

Appendix 1 Appendix 2 Appendix 3 Introduction to Finite Element Analysis Element Selection Criteria More on Contact

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Legal Notices

The Abaqus Software described in this documentation is available only under license from Dassault Systèmes and its subsidiary and may be used or reproduced only in accordance with the terms of such license. This documentation and the software described in this documentation are subject to change without prior notice. Dassault Systèmes and its subsidiaries shall not be responsible for the consequences of any errors or omissions that may appear in this documentation. No part of this documentation may be reproduced or distributed in any form without prior written permission of Dassault Systèmes or its subsidiary. © Dassault Systèmes, 2012. Printed in the United States of America Abaqus, the 3DS logo, SIMULIA and CATIA are trademarks or registered trademarks of Dassault Systèmes or its subsidiaries in the US and/or other countries. Other company, product, and service names may be trademarks or service marks of their respective owners. For additional information concerning trademarks, copyrights, and licenses, see the Legal Notices in the Abaqus 6.12 Release Notes and the notices at: http://www.3ds.com/products/simulia/portfolio/product-os-commercial-programs.

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Lesson 7 Lesson 8 Lesson 9 Lesson 10 Lesson 11 Lesson 12 Lesson 13 Lesson 14 Lesson 15 Lesson 16 Appendix 1 Appendix 2 Appendix 3

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Lesson 1: Overview of Abaqus

Lesson content:

L1.1

SIMULIA What is Abaqus FEA? Overview of Abaqus/CAE Starting Abaqus/CAE Overview of Abaqus/Standard and Abaqus/Explicit Abaqus Conventions Documentation Abaqus Environment Settings Abaqus Fetch Utility Abaqus/CAE Checklist Working with the Model Tree Workshop Preliminaries Demonstration 1: A First Look at Abaqus/CAE Workshop 1: Linear Static Analysis of a Cantilever Beam

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3 hours

Lesson 2: Working with Geometry in Abaqus

Lesson content:

L2.1

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What are Parts? Defining a Part Geometry Import and Repair Building a Part Using the Part Module Tools Demonstration 2a: Working with Native Geometry Demonstration 2b: Generating a Shell Feature from a Solid Feature Demonstration 2c: Generating a Shell From a Thin Solid Workshop 2a: Creating Native Geometry: Pipe Creep Model Workshop 2b: Geometry Repair of Intersecting Pipes Workshop 2c: Reinforced Panel: Geometry

3 hours

Lesson 3: Working with Models Created Outside Abaqus

Lesson content:

L3.1

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Details of an Abaqus Input File Orphan Mesh Import Example Creating Geometry from an Orphan Mesh Combining Orphan and Native Mesh Features Demonstration 3: Importing and Editing an Orphan Mesh Workshop 3: Importing and Editing an Orphan Mesh: Pump Model

2 hours

Lesson 4: Material and Section Properties

Lesson content:

L4.1

Overview of Abaqus Material Models Preliminaries Linear Elasticity Large Strain Elasticity Metal Plasticity Material Databases Material Calibration Section Properties Skins and Stringers Demonstration 4: Materials and Sections; Visualizing Beam Cross-Sections Workshop 4a: Material and Section Properties: Pipe Model Workshop 4b: Material and Section Properties: Pump Model Workshop 4c: Reinforced Panel: Properties

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2 hours

Lesson 5: Assemblies in Abaqus

Lesson content:

L5.1

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What is an Assembly? Positioning Part Instances Patterning Boolean Operations Sets and Surfaces Display Groups Hiding/Showing Instances Demonstration 5: Creating an Assembly; Boolean Operations Workshop 5a: Pump Model Assembly Workshop 5b: Pump Model Assembly

2 hours

Lesson 6: Steps, Output, Loads, and Boundary Conditions

Lesson content:

L6.1

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Analysis Steps and Procedures Output Loads and Boundary Conditions Model Verification Demonstration 6a: Creating Steps Demonstration 6b: Using the Load Module Workshop 6a: Step Definition and Loads: Pipe Creep Model Workshop 6b: Step Definition and Loads: Pump Model Workshop 6c: Reinforced Panel: Step Definition and Loads

2 hours

Lesson 7: Meshing Imported and Native Geometry

Lesson content:

L7.1

Overview Introduction Dependent and Independent Part Instances Mesh Generation Techniques Enabling Various Meshing Techniques Bottom-Up Hex Meshing Mesh Compatibility Controlling Mesh Density and Gradation Parametric Modeling Assigning Element Types Verifying Mesh Quality Mass and Mesh Queries Demonstration 7a: Using the Mesh Module Demonstration 7b: Partitioning and Meshing Workshop 7a: Structured Hex Meshing: Pipe Creep Model Workshop 7b: Free and Swept Meshing: Pump Model Workshop 7c: Meshing of Intersecting Pipes Workshop 7d: Reinforced Panel: Meshing

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2 hours

Lesson 8: Job Management and Results Visualization

Lesson content:

L8.1

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Job Management Keywords Editor Review of ODB Output Results Visualization Demonstration 8a: Using the Keywords Editor Demonstration 8b: Visualizing Results Workshop 8a: Creep of a Pipe Intersection Workshop 8b: Analysis of a Reinforced Panel

3 hours

Lesson 9: Linear Static Analysis

Lesson content:

L9.1

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Linear Static Analysis and Multiple Load Cases Multiple Load Case Usage Examples Demonstration 9: Multiple Load Cases Workshop 9a: Linear Static Analysis of a Cantilever Beam Workshop 9b: Linear Analysis of a Skew Plate

2 hours

Lesson 10: Adding Material and Geometric Nonlinearity

Lesson content:

L10.1

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Nonlinearity in Structural Mechanics Equations of Motion Nonlinear Analysis Using Implicit Methods Nonlinear Analysis Using Explicit Methods Including Nonlinear Effects in an Abaqus Simulation Diagnostics Convergence Issues (Noncontact Related) Demonstration 10: Nonlinear Static Analysis Workshop 10: Nonlinear Analysis of a Skew Plate

3 hours

Lesson 11: Multistep Analysis in Abaqus

Lesson content:

L11.1

Multistep Analyses Restart Analysis in Abaqus Workshop 11: Unloading Analysis of a Skew Plate

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There is no Demonstration associated with this lesson.

2 hours

Lesson 12: Constraints and Connections

Lesson content:

L12.1

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Introduction Tie Constraints Rigid Bodies Coupling Constraints Shell-to-solid Coupling Connector Elements Fasteners Demonstration 12: Defining a Rigid Body Workshop 12: Tie Constraints: Pump Model

3 hours

Lesson 13: Contact

Lesson content:

L13.1

Introduction Approaches to Modeling Contact Defining General Contact Defining Contact Pairs Contact Pair Surfaces Local Surface Behavior Relative Sliding of Points in Contact Adjusting Initial Nodal Locations for Contact Contact Output For More on Contact Demonstration 13: Using Automatic Contact Detection and General Contact Workshop 13: Nonlinear Static Analysis of a Pump Assembly

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3 hours

Lesson 14: Dynamic Analysis

Lesson content:

L14.1

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What Makes a Problem Dynamic? Equations for Dynamic Problems Linear Dynamics Nonlinear Dynamics Comparing Abaqus/Standard and Abaqus/Explicit Nonlinear Dynamics Example Demonstration 14: Dynamic Analysis Workshop 14a: Dynamic Analysis of a Skew Plate Workshop 14b: Pipe Whip Analysis

3 hours

Lesson 15: Analyzing Nonlinear Quasi-Static Problems

Lesson content:

L15.1

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Introduction Solution Strategies Quasi-Static Simulations Using Explicit Dynamics Adaptive Meshing Demonstration 15: Quasi-static Analysis Workshop 15: Single Pass Rolling of a Thick Plate

3 hours

Lesson 16: Heat Transfer and Thermal-Stress Analysis

Lesson content:

L16.1

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Introduction Steady-State Heat Transfer Transient Heat Transfer Thermal Interfaces Thermal-Stress Analysis Demonstration 16: Thermal Analysis Workshop 16: Thermal-Stress Analysis of Intersecting Pipes

2 hours

Appendix 1: Introduction to Finite Element Analysis

Lesson content:

A1.1

What are Finite Elements? Objectives of Finite Element Analysis Components of an Analysis Model

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0.5 hours

Appendix 2: Element Selection Criteria

Lesson content:

A2.1

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Elements in Abaqus Structural (Shells and Beams) vs. Continuum Elements Modeling Bending Using Continuum Elements Stress Concentrations Contact Incompressible Materials Mesh Generation Solid Element Selection Summary

1.5 hours

Appendix 3: More on Contact

Lesson content:

A3.1

Contact Issues Specific to Abaqus/Standard Contact Issues Specific to Abaqus/Explicit

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1 hour

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