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Different material for different elements. How to implement in Abaqus?

Different material for different elements. How to implement in Abaqus?

RE: Different material for different elements. How to implement in Abaqus?

Bone healing simulations are quite common in Abaqus, you can find many articles involving them. You will likely need USDFLD subroutine since built-in capabilities won’t be sufficient in this case.

RE: Different material for different elements. How to implement in Abaqus?

(OP)
Thanks FEA way for your great hint.
I'm trying to learn and implement Abaqus subroutine USFLD and am struggling with the following Abaqus terms' meanings and applications:
1. field variables
2. material point (and material point quantities)

would anybody please help me with the definitions and examples of the above-mentioned terms since I haven't found any useful website links online.

Best regards,
Yunus.

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