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kiranckst
@kiranckst
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Yes it is the case that all integration points must be deleted for the element to be removed. I think I would have done mostly the same as you have to...

11 years ago
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For the UANISOHYPER it was only a guess that it didnt work due to the limitation on initial stresses in fabrics (I originally thought the manual said ...

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Like Jorgen Ive also tried OpenMP with Explicit without much success. Ive also tried various combinations of MPI calls (with HP-MPI, Open-MPI, Intel M...

11 years ago
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Regarding common blocks, they can be used [I]in certain cases[/I] with shared memory parallelism. Try running your job in threads mode and see if thin...

12 years ago
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Exactly yes. There is an example of doing it in one of the VUMATs (rotating cylinder example) in the Abaqus verification manual which may help.

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It is possible to define the integration point calculation order within an element in an UEL but not the element calculation order. If you can think o...

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I havent come across this before Im afraid. All I can suggest is to make sure output is requested for that element and that the UEL is being called (a...

12 years ago
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Yes, you could use Python to extract SDV values from the ODB in whatever format you like. But also you could use any language you like to work directl...

12 years ago
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Do the individual vumats work for multiple elements/complex loading conditions? Could excessive deformation speed/mass be affecting the result with t...

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Yes, but not directly that I know of. You will know the field variable value, which can be requested as output for the ODB file and viewed as a contou...

12 years ago
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Mats idea is good. If you are using Abaqus or similar here are a few more tricks that sometimes work for circular-ish inclusions. 1) If your geometry...

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