Solving Non-linear Problems with Abaqus (Instructor-led)

Solving Non-linear Problems with Abaqus is an extensive course which provides practical information to perform advanced analysis in Abaqus. Here are some of the exercises which an attendee will solve by the end of the course.

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Course Delivery

The instructor led, web-based course will consist of

  1. Webinars
  2. 1 to 1 meetings
  3. Assignments
  4. Classroom meeting (optional)

The recorded webinars will be available to the attendees for up to 90 days. An attendee can also bring his/her own CAE models to be discussed/solved during the course. The instructor will need to receive the model at least two days before the lecture to be included. A CAE model should not be very large .

The classroom meeting will be held at the end of the course in Borås, Sweden. For those who cannot attend, a recording will be provided.

Learning Objectives

By the end of the course, you will will be familiar with

  1. Understanding source of non-linearities in a structure
  2. Solving geometric nonlinear problems
  3. Defining advanced material models
  4. Solving Contact Problems
  5. Discretization of contact pair surfaces
  6. Contact property models
  7. General contact and Contact pairs
  8. Solution procedure used for solving nonlinear problems
  9. Solution algorithm for contact problems
  10. Diagnosing convergence difficulties and taking the corrective action
  11. Finite element discretization strategies for nonlinear problems

Prerequisites

It is expected that an attendee has basic knowledge of Abaqus. An attendee is not required to have any prior knowledge of setting up a nonlinear problem.

Course Instructor

Asim Rashid, PhD

Dr. Asim Rashid received his PhD from Linköping University, Sweden in the area of Engineering Mechanics. He is the author of Solving Contact Problems with Abaqus, a comprehensive book that provides the practical information to perform complex contact analysis in Abaqus. He has also authored  Solving Nonlinear Problems with Abaqus. His dissertation titled “Finite Element Modeling of Contact Problems” can be found here.

Course Literature

The primary literature for this course will be the book titled, “Solving Nonlinear Problems with Abaqus” and “Solving Contact Problems with Abaqus” by Asim Rashid. You do not need to buy these books. All the lectures notes and other material will be provided to the registrants of the course.

Registration

You can register using our secure online portal here. Alternatively you can download the registration form and submit to:

support(at)caeuniversity(dot)com

Deadline for registration is: Not decided.

Webinar

Before starting this course an introductory webinar will be held. In this webinar, we will present some essentials and recommendations for solving contact problem with Abaqus.

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