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Luciano Zanchet says
First of all allow me to congratulate you for this wonderful initiative. I believe that this kind of opportunities are ideal for professionals like me that want to get back to the basics after having left the Engineering School so long ago in the past. Thanks very much for your initiative. It is very encouraging too.
I am very interested on your courses. But let me ask you this:
Are they going to be offered on-line or at an specific place?
Are you going to teach about static nonlinear analysis? Because that’s what I am getting difficulties with right now. I am using SolidWorks Premium version that comes with the full FEA analysis tools. But, understandably our CAD supplier has not been able to help us with the CAE issues. Of coarse. What are they suppose to know beyond the CAD tool?
Other than that what free software would you recommend that I could run nonlinear FEA analysis?
Does the Code Aster run nonlinear FEA analysis?
We are particularly busy with plastic components with nonlinear material models.
Many thanks for your attention
Thanks for your message Luciano! Yes Code Aster can also do nonlinear… I will write an email to you with some more details :-)
Suraj Kumar Rana Bhat says
I have come across a problem in code_Aster Simulation. I would like to model reinforcement inside concrete, and would like to analyse for non linear thermal effect. It would be computationally efficient if I can model rebar as 1D bar element instead 3D solid. I assigned the dimensional property using affe_cara_elem. I tried to do the same but come up with some error (Exception utilisateur levee mais pas interceptee. !
! Les bases sont fermees. !
! Type de l’exception : error !
! erreur(s) rencontrée(s) lors de la vérification des affectations.)
Can you give some hint on how to conduct 1D thermal analysis in bar element
Suraj Kumar Rana Bhat
I’ll look into that Suraj, I think it’s possible to model reinforcement using 1D, they talk about it here on the Aster website: https://www.code-aster.org/UPLOAD/DOC/Formations/02-concretece.pdf
A. Fauzi says
I would like to tanking thank you for share about Thermal Analysis Guide, I am awaiting for that.
Really appreciate your sharing. Thank you very much.