Extracting data of node set from odb in ABAQUS

I want to extract reaction force and displacement of a certain point, which is a reference point established in INTERACTION module and set as a geometry set named ‘SET-3’. The error information will pop up when using the codes I often use, as ‘KeyError: SET-3’, which can be seen in the second code part. I searched the Abaqus Scripting Reference Guide for ode objects (34.23), the methods to use node sets from Part, Assembly and Instance modules are listed below. session.odbs[name].parts[name].NodeSet session.odbs[name].rootAssembly.instances[name].NodeSet

Simulation of a bolted T-stub with ABAQUS

About one year ago, I tried to analyze a bolted T-stub to test the analysis method of bolted connections and verify my abaqus model referring to a journal paper, unfortunately, I could not find that paper now. Though I would not focus on steel connections in the future, I still want to make a summary of this simulation in order not to waste the effort one year ago. Due to the symmetry of this stub, only half is modeled as

I analyzed a specimen of ductile material with explicit dynamic method about one year ago. Recently, I want to review the model and summarize the process of analysis. Stress and strain of material in ABAQUS Stress and strain in the definition of material in abauqs should be converted to true stress $\sigma$ and true plastic strain ${\varepsilon _p}$ from the data obtained in experiments. The stress and strain achieved in experiments are engineering stress ${\sigma _{{\rm{eng}}}}$ and engineering strain ${{\varepsilon Warnings on keywords when importing input file to ABAQUS I want to analyze a steel frame with pin connections at both sides or one side at some beams. I found the keyword *Release is very useful and convenient, so I resort to this keyword. I wrote the input file with the same syntax rules, so that it will be more convenient for me to establish more models. However, when I try to run the input file, there are warnings and errors even with the input file generated from a Transverse shear stiffness of beam in ABAQUS Calculation of transverse shear stiffness Definition The effective transverse shear stiffness of the section of a shear flexible beam is defined in Abaqus as ${\overline K _{\alpha 3}} = f_p^\alpha {K_{\alpha 3}}$ where \({\overline K _{\alpha 3}}$ is the section shear stiffness in the $\alpha$-direction;  ${K_{\alpha 3}}$ is the actual shear stiffness of the section having units of force; and $\alpha = 1,{\kern 1pt} {\kern 1pt} {\kern 1pt} 2$ are the local directions of the cross-section.  $f_p^\alpha$ is a dimensionless factor used

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