ABAQUS/Standard

Abaqus/Standard employs solution technology ideal for static and low-speed dynamic events where highly accurate stress solutions are critically important. Examples include sealing pressure in a gasket joint, steady-state rolling of a tire, or crack propagation in a composite airplane fuselage. Within a single simulation, it is possible to analyze a model both in the time and frequency domain. For example, one may start by performing a nonlinear engine cover mounting analysis including sophisticated gasket mechanics. Following the mounting analysis, the pre-stressed natural frequencies of the cover can be extracted, or the frequency domain mechanical and acoustic response of the pre-stressed cover to engine induced vibrations can be examined. Abaqus/Standard is supported within the Abaqus/CAE modeling environment for all common pre- and postprocessing needs. The results at any point within an Abaqus/Standard run can be used as the starting conditions for continuation in Abaqus/Explicit. Similarly, an analysis that starts in Abaqus/Explicit can be continued in Abaqus/Standard. The flexibility provided by this integration allows Abaqus/Standard to 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; while Abaqus/Explicit may be applied to those portions of the analysis where high-speed, nonlinear, transient response dominates the solution.


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  1. Shakouri, M.; Sharghi, H.; Kouchakzadeh, M.A.: Torsional buckling of generally laminated conical shell (2017)
  2. Augustins, L.; Billardon, R.; Hild, F.: Constitutive model for flake graphite cast iron automotive brake discs: from macroscopic multiscale models to a 1D rheological description (2016)
  3. Fenner, Patrick; Watson, Andrew; Featherston, Carol: Modelling infinite length panels using the finite element method (2016)
  4. Bellini, Chiara; Federico, Salvatore: Green-Naghdi rate of the Kirchhoff stress and deformation rate: the elasticity tensor (2015)
  5. Fuentes, Alfonso; Ruiz-Orzaez, Ramon; Gonzalez-Perez, Ignacio: Computerized design, simulation of meshing, and finite element analysis of two types of geometry of curvilinear cylindrical gears (2014)
  6. Triantafyllou, S.P.; Chatzi, E.N.: A hysteretic multiscale formulation for nonlinear dynamic analysis of composite materials (2014)
  7. Beckmann, R.; Mella, R.; Wenman, M.R.: Mesh and timestep sensitivity of fracture from thermal strains using peridynamics implemented in Abaqus (2013)
  8. Duddu, Ravindra; Waisman, Haim: A nonlocal continuum damage mechanics approach to simulation of creep fracture in ice sheets (2013)
  9. Flores, Fernando G.: Development of a non-linear triangular prism solid-shell element using ANS and EAS techniques (2013)
  10. Kroon, Martin; Faleskog, Jonas: Numerical implementation of a $J_2$- and $J_3$-dependent plasticity model based on a spectral decomposition of the stress deviator (2013)
  11. Vergori, Luigi; Destrade, Michel; McGarry, Patrick; Ogden, Ray W.: On anisotropic elasticity and questions concerning its finite element implementation (2013)
  12. Salahouelhadj, A.; Abed-Meraim, F.; Chalal, H.; Balan, T.: Application of the continuum shell finite element SHB8PS to sheet forming simulation using an extended large strain anisotropic elastic-plastic formulation (2012)
  13. Shin, Jaemin; Kim, Sungki; Jeong, Darae; Lee, Hyun Geun; Lee, Dongsun; Lim, Joong Yeon; Kim, Junseok: Finite element analysis of Schwarz P surface pore geometries for tissue-engineered scaffolds (2012)
  14. Tang, Shan; Greene, M.Steven; Liu, Wing Kam: A renormalization approach to model interaction in microstructured solids: application to porous elastomer (2012)
  15. Tang, Shan; Greene, M.Steven; Liu, Wing Kam: Two-scale mechanism-based theory of nonlinear viscoelasticity (2012)
  16. Arghavani, J.; Auricchio, F.; Naghdabadi, R.; Reali, A.: On the robustness and efficiency of integration algorithms for a 3D finite strain phenomenological SMA constitutive model (2011)
  17. Bolzon, Gabriella; Buljak, Vladimir: An effective computational tool for parametric studies and identification problems in materials mechanics (2011)
  18. Bratov, Vladimir: Incubation time fracture criterion for FEM simulations (2011)
  19. Chinnaboon, Boonme; Chucheepsakul, Somchai; Katsikadelis, John T.: A BEM-based domain meshless method for the analysis of Mindlin plates with general boundary conditions (2011)
  20. Ghajar, Rahmatollah; Moghaddam, Ali Shaghaghi; Alfano, Marco: An improved numerical method for computation of stress intensity factors along 3D curved non-planar cracks in FGMs (2011)

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