A Non-Intrusive Coupling prototype for ABAQUS Implementation, demonstration & prospects

Abstract : Non-Intrusive Coupling Techniques (NICT) [1, 2] aim at simulating the behaviour of large and complex structures: investigate local structural non-linearities, while avoiding any human intervention on existing global models. Though existing numerical technologies may already afford the coupling of different structural models (sub-modelling), they still remain penalizing in terms of operability, and/or valid only within limited domains where local non-linearities do not affect the global behaviour significantly.
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Stéphane Guinard, M. Hamadi, Jean-Charles Passieux, Robin Bouclier. A Non-Intrusive Coupling prototype for ABAQUS Implementation, demonstration & prospects. DASSAULT SYSTÈMES SIMULIA REGIONAL USER MEETING 2017, Oct 2017, Vélizy Villacoublay, France. ⟨hal-01882496⟩

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