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USDFLD subroutine not called in abaqus

USDFLD subroutine not called in abaqus

USDFLD subroutine not called in abaqus

Hi everyone
i am using USDFLD subrotuine in abaqus and i define DEPVAR and USER DEFIEND FIELD in material property and use this code(write(6,*) '!!! USDFLD subroutine CALLED !!!' ) in end of my subroutine to know usdfld used or not . i found my subrotuine not called in abaqus.
please help me, it necessary for me to know whats wrong whit my model or fortran code

files such as .inp & subtoroutine is available in below link:

RE: USDFLD subroutine not called in abaqus


Abaqus converts all names to upper case and removes all white signs.
In your case you need use:


if (cmname .eq. 'MATERIAL-1') then 


VIM filetype plugin for Abaqus

RE: USDFLD subroutine not called in abaqus

Thank you akabarten

almost i was reading all post of you about USDFLD code and use your example and change it for my model

i am very appreciate from you.

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