Abaqus/CAE streamlines the creation, editing, monitoring, and visualization of advanced Abaqus analyses. Its user-friendly interface combines modeling, analysis, job management, and results visualization, catering to all skill levels. It supports interactive engineering concepts like parametric modeling, interactive operation, and GUI customization. Users can create geometry, import CAD models for meshing, and utilize associative interfaces for CAD synchronization. The customizable toolset enables workflow automation across the engineering enterprise, and comprehensive visualization options facilitate the interpretation and communication of analysis results.
Abaqus/Standard is a versatile finite-element solver for simulating static and dynamic events like thermal-stress analysis, fracture mechanics, and heat transfer. It excels in linear dynamics with AMS eigensolver, offering diverse element types and material models. Integration with Abaqus/CAE enables customization and supports pre/post-processing. It couples with Abaqus/Explicit for hybrid analysis and supports nonlinear stress, heat transfer, acoustics, and multiphysics procedures using various elements. Material models include elasticity, plasticity, damage, and homogenization.
Abaqus/Explicit is an explicit-dynamic finite-element solver tailored for transient simulations like electronics drop tests, crashes, and impacts. It handles nonlinear behavior like contact, suitable for events such as metal rolling and energy absorption. Built for production, it prioritizes usability and efficiency, integrating with Abaqus/CAE and coupling with Abaqus/Standard. Abaqus/Explicit supports nonlinear dynamic stress, acoustics, thermal/structural simulation, particle dynamics, and more. Its elements cover solids, tetrahedra, shells, beams, and trusses, with material models including elasticity, plasticity, damage, and fluids.
Abaqus Multiphysics seamlessly tackles interconnected physical disciplines like structural mechanics, fluid dynamics, thermodynamics, and electromagnetics, crucial for industrial applications. For instance, in lithium-ion battery design, it considers electrochemical behavior, thermal aspects, fluid dynamics, and structural effects. Integrated within Abaqus Unified FEA, this technology evolved from hydrodynamics to fluid, thermal, and electrical couplings. Abaqus employs sequential results mapping, fully-coupled solutions, and co-simulation to address complex challenges, making it easier to solve Multiphysics problems using the same model, elements, materials, and load history.
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