Educational Contents

In this section we explain the details about weakness and strangeness  of Abaqus and ANSYS so base on your project you can choose which one is better.

Here a brief description of Umat subroutine code in Abaqus is provided. If you are beginner and you like to start learning you might need this page. This content is provided: Saeid Poorasadion

Here a brief description of linking Abaqus with Intel and Visual studio is provided. This content is provided: Sia Nourani

Abaqus is a popular finite element analysis (FEA) software which offers a wide range of solvers to handle different types of problems. Mahdi Zohrevand

The UMAT (User Material) and VUMAT (Vectorized User Material) subroutines are widely used in ABAQUS to define custom material models and incorporate them into the simulation process. Mahdi Zohrevand

Hyperelastic materials are materials that can undergo large deformations without permanent damage. Rubber-like materials, biological tissues, soft robots, and other applications that involve large strains often use them to model. Mahdi Zohrevand

The material library in Abaqus provides a wide range of options for modeling various engineering materials, such as metals, plastics, rubbers, foams, composites, granular soils, rocks, plain and reinforced concrete, and also different material behavior models including elastic and plastic behavior. Mahdi Zohrevand

Abaqus offers a comprehensive material library that encompasses a diverse selection of engineering materials. These include plastics, rubbers, foams, composites, granular soils, rocks, and various behavior models such as elastic and plastic behavior. With its extensive range of options, Abaqus provides a platform for accurately modeling and analyzing a wide variety of materials used in engineering. Mahdi Zohrevand

In this blog post, guided by Saman Hosseini, we delve into the complexities of simulating Additive Manufacturing (AM) using Abaqus. We focus on incorporating the Goldak heat source model to thoroughly examine the thermal and mechanical aspects of AM processes. Mahdi Zohrevand

In this guide, we’ll delve into the initial stages of subroutine programming in the Abaqus software. Our focus will be on establishing the connection between Abaqus and the FORTRAN compiler. The upcoming content will provide a detailed walkthrough on how to effectively link Abaqus with the Intel oneAPI base toolkit, the Intel oneAPI HPC toolkit, and Visual Studio. This approach is highly recommended for seamlessly integrating Abaqus versions 2021, 2022, and 2023 with these essential tools. Mahdi Zohrevand

We unravel the mysteries of common Abaqus errors and provide practical solutions for users at all levels. Whether you’re new to finite element analysis or a seasoned expert, our blog offers insights and strategies to overcome challenges and optimize your simulations. Join us as we explore error interpretation, troubleshooting techniques, and best practices, empowering you to achieve accurate and reliable results with Abaqus. Mahdi Zohrevand

In this segment, we’ll delve deeper into the nuances of Abaqus errors, equipping you with the tools needed to overcome complex challenges efficiently. Our goal is to streamline your simulation process by arming you with the knowledge to diagnose and resolve these issues effectively. Let’s dive in and expand your problem-solving toolkit! Mahdi Zohrevand

Welcome to Part 1 of our guide on linking Abaqus with a Fortran compiler. You’ve installed everything, but errors are cropping up. Don’t worry; this guide will help. We’ll cover common errors and how to fix them. By the end of Part 1, you’ll be ready for smooth simulations. Let’s get started! Mahdi Zohrevand

Welcome to Part 2 of our guide on linking Abaqus with a Fortran compiler. In Part 1, we tackled the most common errors and their solutions. Now, we’ll explore more advanced troubleshooting techniques and optimization tips. By the end of Part 2, you’ll have a deeper understanding and greater confidence in managing your simulations. Let’s continue and enhance your problem-solving skills! Mahdi Zohrevand