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Topic: Co-Simulation

There are countless scenarios which consist of an interaction between different physical domains, be it a liquid sloshing inside a tanker truck, or a controller circuit governing the mechanics of a robot.

This type of scenario cannot always be analysed by a single simulation software, thus there is a need to use multiple software in conjunction with each other. The co-simulation technique allows Abaqus to exchange solution data continually with other software, which lets us accurately capture scenarios where multiple domains interact.


  • Co-simulation technique
    • Overview
    • Motivation
  • SIMULIA Co-Simulation Services
    • Technical description
    • Co-simulation parameters
    • Co-simulation with Abaqus
      • Preparing an Abaqus analysis for co-simulation
      • Co-simulation between Abaqus and Dymola
      • Co-simulation between Abaqus and CST
      • Co-simulation between Abaqus and XFlow

What is the Continual Learning Program?

The continual learning program is a paid series of 10 webinars delivered during the year. Signing up to the program gives your company full access to the 10 webinars, so every employee in every location can benefit.

The content of the presentations can be provided on request in pdf-format after the webinar. You will also get access to the recordings of the webinars.

You can find an overview below of a few of the handled topics in the past years:

    • Plug-ins & Add-ons for Abaqus
    • Thermal Analysis with Abaqus
    • Special Purpose Elements
    • Modelling Viscoelasticity with Abaqus
    • Meshing techniques with Abaqus
    • Solving convergence issues with Abaqus
    • Composites approach with Abaqus
    • Constraints in Abaqus
    • Parametric optimization with Isight
    • Solving contact related convergence issues with Abaqus