Abaqus Topology Optimization Module (ATOM) is an optimization module within Abaqus which delivers powerful solutions for performing topology and shape optimization for models while leveraging the advanced simulation capabilities which Abaqus offers including contact, material and geometric non-linearity.
This one-hour webinar will focus on:
Demonstration of capability of the ATOM in Abaqus
Getting users started with Optimization module in Abaqus
Who should attend:
We believe every Abaqus user must be familiar with the capabilities of the ATOM module. A basic knowledge of Abaqus and optimization will be beneficial, but not necessary to understand key elements of this webinar. Structural optimization will be very beneficial in refining design and choosing lightweight, cost-effective and rigid components.
Arun Krishnan, Ph.D., SIMULIA Central
Arun Krishnan is a Technical Specialist with SIMULIA. He has a Ph.D. and an M.S. in Civil Engineering from Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee with focus on fracture and failure in advanced composite material systems. Arun has obtained research experience as a post-doctoral research associate at Vanderbilt University and at the Composite Vehicle Research Center at Michigan State University. He has authored several research papers in leading international journals on experimental and numerical techniques in modeling fracture and failure in composites.