ABAQUS/Explicit

Abaqus/Explicit is a finite element analysis product that is particularly well-suited to simulate brief transient dynamic events such as consumer electronics drop testing, automotive crashworthiness, and ballistic impact. The ability of Abaqus/Explicit to effectively handle severely nonlinear behavior such as contact makes it very attractive for the simulation of many quasi-static events, such as rolling of hot metal and slow crushing of energy absorbing devices. Abaqus/Explicit is designed for production environments, so ease of use, reliability, and efficiency are key ingredients in its architecture. Abaqus/Explicit is supported within the Abaqus/CAE modeling environment for all common pre- and postprocessing needs. The results at any point within an Abaqus/Explicit run can be used as the starting conditions for continuation in Abaqus/Standard. Similarly, an analysis that starts in Abaqus/Standard can be continued in Abaqus/Explicit. The flexibility provided by this integration allows Abaqus/Explicit to be applied to those portions of the analysis where high-speed, nonlinear, transient response dominates the solution; while Abaqus/Standard can be applied to those portions of the analysis that are well-suited to an implicit solution technique, such as static, low-speed dynamic, or steady-state transport analyses.


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  1. Fischer, Tim; Welzenbach, Sarah; Meier, Felix; Werner, Ewald; Ulan kyzy, Sonun; Munz, Oliver: Modeling the rubbing contact in honeycomb seals (2018)
  2. Aranda-Iglesias, D.; Vadillo, G.; Rodríguez-Martínez, J. A.: Oscillatory behaviour of compressible hyperelastic shells subjected to dynamic inflation: a numerical study (2017)
  3. Ling, Qi; He, Yong; He, Yuan; Pang, Chunxu: Dynamic response of multibody structure subjected to blast loading (2017)
  4. Wang, Jun; Moumni, Ziad; Zhang, Weihong; Zaki, Wael: A thermomechanically coupled finite deformation constitutive model for shape memory alloys based on hencky strain (2017)
  5. Jiang, Wei; Li, Yazhi; Su, Jie: Modified GTN model for a broad range of stress states and application to ductile fracture (2016)
  6. Gil, Antonio J.; Lee, Chun Hean; Bonet, Javier; Aguirre, Miquel: A stabilised Petrov-Galerkin formulation for linear tetrahedral elements in compressible, nearly incompressible and truly incompressible fast dynamics (2014)
  7. Khajehsaeid, H.; Arghavani, J.; Naghdabadi, R.; Sohrabpour, S.: A visco-hyperelastic constitutive model for rubber-like materials: a rate-dependent relaxation time scheme (2014)
  8. Cao, T.-S.; Montmitonnet, P.; Bouchard, P.-O.: A detailed description of the Gurson-Tvergaard-Needleman model within a mixed velocity-pressure finite element formulation (2013)
  9. Zhang, Zhuoqun; Li, Hongnan; Li, Gang; Wang, Wenming; Tian, Li: The numerical analysis of transmission tower-line system wind-induced collapsed performance (2013)
  10. Duan, Qinglin; Li, Xikui; Zhang, Hongwu; Wang, Bingbing; Gao, Xin: Quadratically consistent one-point (QC1) quadrature for meshfree Galerkin methods (2012)
  11. Safari, Mehdi; Hosseinipour, S. J.; Azodi, H. D.: An investigation into the effect of strain rate on forming limit diagram using ductile fracture criteria (2012)
  12. Xu, Zhaohui; Gao, Deli: On 3D FE analyses for understanding & designing the processes of casing-window-milling for sidetracking from existing wells (2012)
  13. Zhuang, W.; Wang, S.; Lin, Jianguo; Balint, D.; Hartl, Ch.: Experimental and numerical investigation of localized thinning in hydroforming of micro-tubes (2012)
  14. Chung, Kwansoo; Ma, Ning; Park, Taejoon; Kim, Dongun; Yoo, Donghoon; Kim, Chongmin: A modified damage model for advanced high strength steel sheets (2011)
  15. Hou, B.; Pattofatto, S.; Li, Y. L.; Zhao, H.: Impact behavior of honeycombs under combined shear-compression. II: Analysis (2011)
  16. Stanova, E.; Fedorko, G.; Fabian, M.; Kmet, S.: Computer modelling of wire strands and ropes. II: Finite element-based applications (2011)
  17. Thamburaja, P.: Length scale effects on the shear localization process in metallic glasses: a theoretical and computational study (2011)
  18. Vela, C.; Rodríguez-Martínez, J. A.; Rusinek, A.: EE analysis on the formation of plastic instabilities in dynamically expanded copper rings (2011)
  19. Cordisco, Potito; Bisagni, Chiara: Design, testing and validation of a composite box under combined loading up to collapse (2010)
  20. Iqbal, M. A.; Gupta, G.; Gupta, N. K.: 3D numerical simulations of ductile targets subjected to oblique impact by sharp nosed projectiles (2010)

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