THE KEYS TO MASTER ABAQUS USER SUBROUTINES

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– Free Online Masterclass

Discover how to overcome all the limitations of your FE models thanks to User Subroutines

WHY we need User Subroutines

WHAT we can achieve with them

HOW to use them in FE models

Discover the real power of subroutines: applications, inputs & outputs, compilers, debugging...

Develop advanced numerical simulations through user subroutines (additive manufacturing, UMATs...)

Practical examples showing multiple User Subroutines in Abaqus to boost your FE models to the top

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My professional career
University Carlos III Madrid
West Virginia University
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Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
NASA
EPFL university
University Rey Juan Carlos
  • My name is Miguel Herráez, I am an expert in simulation and Computational Mechanics with Abaqus and Python.
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  • I studied Industrial Engineering at Carlos III University of Madrid, finishing my BSc in West Virginia University (USA).
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  • After one year working at Airbus Military, I started my Phd on Mechanics of Composite Materials at IMDEA Materials Institute.
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  • Over that period, I worked as visitting researcher at NASA Langley Research Center (VA).
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  • Upon completion of my Phd, I moved to Switzerland to work as post-doctoral researcher at EPFL (Lausanne).
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  • After that, I worked as Lecturer at University Rey Juan Carlos of Madrid.
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  • Currently, I am the founder of TecnoDigital School.
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Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

Extraordinary Award for Best Doctoral Thesis by Polytechnic University of Madrid (UPM)

Spanish Society of Numerical Methods in Engineering

Best Doctoral Thesis Award by Spanish Society of Numerical Methods in Engineering (SEMNI)

Spanish Association of Composite Materials

Best Doctoral Thesis Award by Spanish Association of Composite Materials (AEMAC)

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