Python and fortran script to create Abaqus input file for discretized addition of material in additive manufacturing (3D printing)
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01 Jul 2017 | Contributor(s):: VINAY DAMODARAN
In additive manufacturing, especially, fused deposition modeling, material is continuously added over a print substrate. To simulate the process in finite element analysis, a discretized approach is used where finite number of blocks are added to the domain to simulate material addition. In the...
Generating Representative Volume Element (RVE) for Finite Element Analysis of Random Fiber Composites/Nanocomposites
29 Jun 2017 | Contributor(s):: Rajni Chahal, Ashfaq Adnan, Ajit Roy
Typical electronics packages are assembled by integrating various parts on printed circuit boards (PCB). Traditional interconnect materials in electronics packages are not suitable for DoD electronics because in many DoD extremely transient conditions, mechanical failures of...
Tet and Hex element type results variation
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I'm trying to use ABAQUS-Swiftcomp GUI to obtain homogenised RVE properties. It is my first use, and I'm happy with the ABAQUS interface and processing time, in...