I have developed a model in Abaqus which includes a rotating tool (Lagrangian part, modeled as a rigid body) a workpiece modeled as an eulerian part with Johnson-Cook constitutive model, discrete field with a volume fraction tool, and a backing plate modeled as a lagrangian part (linear elastic).
As far as I know, the contact between lagrangian and eulerian parts is modeled as a general contact, but when two different such types of contact have to be specified in the same assembly, the definition of two types of general contact is not allowed (in Abaqus/CAE).
I would like to ask you, how is the contact between Eulerian and Lagrangian parts modeled in Dynamic Temperature-displacement analysis in Abaqus/E
xplicit? What are the available options?
Thank you very much in advance for your response.
Captain, Infrastructure Engineer, Hellenic Air Force
Civil Engineer, M.Sc., Ph.D. candidate, NTUA
Email: gpapazafeiropoulos <at> yahoo.gr
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