In this video, I am briefly showing a demo of a code I have developed in order to run ABAQUS simulations within MATLAB environment using my Graphical User Interface (GUI), which makes it much easier to redo multiple tasks or automation of a parametric study. So, basically, I am using ABAQUS scripting from command environment...
I used this code, with some modification to go through the options automatically and, after some post-processing, to see which of the selected constitutive equations would be more suitable to predict AA5182-O flow behaviour. The manuscript prepared using this approach is published in journal of Materials and Design, 2016, Vol. 94, pages 262-273.
It is noteworthy that constants of phenomenological constitutive equations were calculated/optimized by genetic algorithm and linear regression analysis elsewhere. Also, concept and methodology to design, train and validation of the neural networks used is not discussed here but can be found and studied from the manuscript... Hopefully, I will try to find time to make another video about those!
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