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ABAQUS simulation query

ABAQUS simulation query

ABAQUS simulation query

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I have attached a research paper with this query. In section 3.33 in the corresponding paper, they have prepared 48000 samples applying various different forces in ABAQUS. The data generated from the simulations is in the form of images of size 28"X56" of the 3D model. I am working on a similar project as a research student and had a query that how did they conduct the analysis in one go and saved the results in the form of a cropped image? Cause it is easy to get the results in a tabular form (i.e. the max stress and the max strain) at once, but I am not getting how to save the results as images at the same time the results are generated.

RE: ABAQUS simulation query

Pretty much everything that can be done in Abaqus/CAE and Viewer is also possible to script with Python. Such scripts allow you to automate various time-consuming tasks. They can be used to change analysis settings, submit the job, postprocess the results and repeat the whole procedure. Check Abaqus documentation for details.

RE: ABAQUS simulation query

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Thanks, will surely check out how to input scripts to obtain specific results...

RE: ABAQUS simulation query

Most likely it was done with python scripts as others have said but one other possibility is that they used iSight.

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