Analyzing Coupled Multiphysics Problems using Abaqus and Partner-Products

On October 30, 2013 11:00 (GMT+5.5)
Online - 10/30/2013 - 11:00am IST

Join us on this one hour FREE eSeminar at 11:00am IST (GMT+05:30)

Multiphysics simulations play an integral and indispensable part of today’s engineering workflows in designing advanced products. The simulation methods have evolved to a point where fewer approximations are made and more realistic predictions of coupled physics phenomena are obtained. The first part of this eSeminar will outline the native physics couplings available in Abaqus products alone. Here, we will highlight some innovative technologies that have been introduced recently into Abaqus including Coupled Eulerian-Lagrangian and particle methods. The second part of this eSeminar will introduce the co-simulation engine (CSE), a general capability to couple multiple solvers to concurrently simulate the behavior of coupled systems. These solvers can range from Abaqus/Standard, Abaqus/Explicit, Abaqus/CFD, several partners' products, and finally your own in-house codes. This powerful functionality is illustrated through examples spanning fluid-structure interaction, electromagnetic-structure interaction, and logical-physical coupling. We will finish with an example on how to use the CSE API to couple your in-house codes with Abaqus.

The eSeminar is ideal for analysts who work extensively on multiphysics analysis.

About the Presenter

Vikram Radhakrishnan, Technical Specialist

Vikram Radhakrishnan is a Technical Specialist for the SIMULIA brand of Dassault Systèmes. He has over 5 years of experience in the simulation domain. He regularly interacts with members of the simulation community to help them make the best use of SIMULIA products for solving real world problems, through training, support and customer visits. He holds a Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Cincinnati, USA and Bachelors from Anna University, Chennai. His work spans multiple industries and areas in the fields of solid and structural mechanics.

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