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Abaqus Analysis User's Manual

Abaqus Analysis User's Manual (6.10)

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static (“Static stress analysis,” Section 6.2.2) with both XFEM and the conventional finite element methods;
The stress intensity factors quasi-static (“Quasi-static analysis,” Section 6.2.5) with the conventional finite element method only; The T-stress Defining the data required for a contour integral with the conventional finite element method steady-state transport (“Steady-state transport analysis,” Section 6.4.1) with the conventional finite element method only; Defining the data required for a contour integral with XFEM Symmetry with the conventional finite element method coupled thermal-stress procedures (“Fully coupled thermal-stress analysis,” Section 6.5.4) with the conventional finite element method only; and Constructing a fracture mechanics mesh for small-strain analysis with the conventional finite element method Constructing a fracture mechanics mesh for finite-strain analysis with the conventional finite element method crack propagation (“Crack propagation analysis,” Section 11.4.3) with the conventional finite element method only. Using constraints with the conventional finite element method Procedures Contour integrals can be requested only in general analysis steps: they are not calculated in linear perturbation analyses (“General and linear perturbation procedures,” Section 6.1.2). Loads Material options A crack analysis with pressure applied on the crack surfaces may give inaccurate contour integral values if geometric nonlinearity is included in a step. Elements Loads Output 11.4.3 Crack propagation analysis Contour integral calculations include the following distributed load types: 11.5 Hydrostatic fluid modeling 11.6 Surface-based fluid modeling thermal loads; 11.7 Mass scaling 11.8 Selective subcycling distributed loads, including crack face pressure and traction loads on continuum elements as well as those applied using user subroutine D L O A Dand U T R A C L O A D ; 11.9 Steady-state detection 12 Adaptivity Techniques distributed loads, including surface traction loads and crack face edge loads on shell elements as well as those applied using user subroutine U T R A C L O A D ; 13 Eulerian Analysis 14 Multiphysics Analyses uniform and nonuniform body forces; and 15 Extending Abaqus Analysis Functionality 16 Design Sensitivity Analysis centrifugal loads on continuum and shell elements. 17 Parametric Studies

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