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HyperWorks for ABAQUS
ABAQUS Interfacing

This course helps students learn how to use HyperMesh to create and interface with ABAQUS formatted models and to use HyperView to post-process ABAQUS results.

Class Format
  • 1 day
  • Instructor led
  • Presentation and hands-on exercises, one student to a computer
Prerequisites
  • A basic knowledge of ABAQUS
  • A basic knowledge of HyperMesh and HyperView. It is recommended students complete the course Altair HyperMesh and HyperView, Modeling and Results Visualization Introduction.
  • If you are already familiar with HyperMesh, but not with HyperView, it is recommended you attend the course Altair HyperView, Results Visualization and Data Analysis Introduction.
Topics - HyperMesh
  • Basic interfacing with HyperMesh
    • Using the ABAQUS FE input translator and output templates
    • Accessing ABAQUS interface tools from the Macro Menu
    • Setting-up an ABAQUS specific graphical user interface with the User Profile
    • Using on-line help
  • Understand how data in ABAQUS input files is imported and organized
  • Review and modify ABAQUS entities
  • Define section properties and materials
  • Relate ABAQUS entities to HyperMesh element and load configurations
  • Define kinematic constraints
  • Define one node elements
  • Define loads on geometry and map them to elements
  • Define systems
  • Define contacts using the Contact Manager
  • Define loads for model data using the Step Manager
  • Define history data, including *STEPs, loads, output requests, contacts (for ABAQUS\Explicit) using the Step Manager
  • Create and import curves to define loading
Topics - HyperView
  • ABAQUS INP and ODB files in the animation window
    • Directly loading ODB file for results data
    • Loading INP versus ODB file for model data
  • Creating contour plots for ABAQUS results
    • Result types, and their components and invariants
    • Layer options for shell element results
    • Support of elemental results at POSTION=INTEGRATION, NODES, and CENTROIDAL for 1st and 2nd order elements
    • Averaging at nodes
    • Result systems
  • Plotting history data from ABAQUS ODB files
Suggested Follow-up Courses
  • None


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Cost: $400 México- $400.00 US (por día)

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