Analysis of Heated Structures


This numerical sample is produced and validated based on a laboratory sample. The results of the comparison of two samples indicate that numerical assumptions and simulation have led to acceptable results. Using this educational product, you can see the contour of the forces, displacements and stresses caused by related temperature and deflections. CAE and JNL Abaqus file are provided to you by purchasing the product. You can edit and run Model using Abaqus 6.14.1 or later versions. for more detail please read the below description.


At Structural Numerical Research Center, we provide a wide range of numerical models to assist scientists and researchers in enhancing their knowledge of engineering principles. With over 14 years of experience in the field, we are dedicated to providing high-quality solutions for complex engineering problems.

Our ABAQUS model for Analysis of Heated Structures is based on a laboratory sample and offers a Full FEM model to simulate the fire or heated analysis of structures. With this product, you will be able to simulate fire conditions using ABAQUS and extract the contour of stresses, strains, forces, and displacements.

Please note that it is essential to read the terms and conditions section before making a payment. This product is designed to help researchers and scientists analyze and evaluate the impact of heat on structures. By using this model, you can identify the behavior of structures in case of a fire and find ways to make them more resilient to heat damage.

With our ABAQUS model, you will learn how to simulate and analyze the behavior of heated structures. evaluating the product will provide you with the knowledge and skills to understand the complex mechanisms that occur when structures are exposed to high temperatures. We recommend subscribing to our YouTube channel for more informative videos and tutorials.

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Analysis of Heated Structures
Analysis of Heated Structures


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