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by Shi-Yu Xu Shi-

*NODE, NSET=WholeModel NODE, NSET=WholeModel 30 **10, 0.0, 0.00, 0.0 28 20, 0.0, 0.00, 0.0 28 30, 0.0,3.048, 0.0 26 ** node#,X,Y,Z 26 *NGEN, NSET=BENT_COL NGEN, NSET=BENT_COL 24 20, 30, 2 24 st node#, 2nd node#, increment in the # ** 1 22 *NSET, NSET=Enforced_node , 22 Y 20 30 20 *ELEMENT,TYPE=B31 ELEMENT,TYPE=B31 20, 20, 22 , , Z ** ele #, 1st node, 2nd node *ELGEN, ELSET=BENTCOL_M_phi ELGEN, ELSET=BENTCOL_M_phi 20,5, 2, 2 , , , ** Master ele #, # of eles to be defined, Increment in node #, Increment in ele #

http://abaqus.civil.uwa.edu.au:2080/v6.7/

Defining the Nonlinear Beam-Column Element BeamSet SECTION=GENERAL (default) for linear beam; Set SECTION=NONLINEAR GENERAL for NL beam. *BEAM GENERAL SECTION, DENSITY=2405.0, SECTION=NONLINEAR SECTION, n1 GENERAL, ELSET=BENTCOL_M_phi GENERAL, ELSET=BENTCOL_M_phi A T T h 1.1678, 0.1085, 0.0, 0.1085, 0.2169 A, I11, I12, I22, J 0.0, 0.0, -1.0 Direction cosines of t1 axis t1 *AXIAL, LINEAR AXIAL, 2.899E10, Axial stiffness t2 *M1 Y 0.0000E+00, 0.0000E-00 0.0000EM 2.7937E+05, 2 7937E+05 8.2008E8.2008E 8 2008E-05 X 5.5857E+05, 1.6406E-04 1.6406EZ *M2 *TORQUE, LINEAR TORQUE, 2.244E9, Torsion stiffness *TRANSVERSE SHEAR STIFFNESS 1.075E10, 1.075E10 Shear stiffness K23, K13

28 *ELEMENT, TYPE=SPRING2, ELSET=S2 ELEMENT, TYPE=SPRING2, 201, 10, 20 *SPRING, ELSET=S2 SPRING, ELSET S2 2, 2 1.E14, 230 *ELEMENT, TYPE=DASHPOT2, ELSET=C1 ELEMENT, TYPE=DASHPOT2, 300, 10, 20 301, 110 301 110, 120 302, 210, 220 303, 310, 320 *DASHPOT, ELSET=C1 DASHPOT, 1, 1 1.5589E7, 228 228 226 226 224 224 222 222 220 220 210 26

30 28 130 26 24 24 22 22 20 20 10

128 128 126 126 124 124 122 122 120 120 110

*USER ELEMENT, NODES=2, TYPE=U1, PROPERTIES=3, I PROPERTIES=1, ELEMENT, TYPE=U1, PROPERTIES=3, PROPERTIES=1, COORDINATES=3, VARIABLES=14 1,2,3 *ELEMENT, TYPE=U1, ELSET=NLSPRING ELEMENT, k2 QD 102, 1, 2 k1 *UEL PROPERTY, ELSET=NLSPRING PROPERTY, 1.84E+9, 1 84E+8 1 79676E+7 1 84E+9 1.84E+8, 1.79676E+7, 1 PROPERTIES I PROPERTIES

NODES=2: number of nodes connected to the UEL TYPE=U1: TYPE=U1: label of the UEL PROPERTIES=3: PROPERTIES=3: number of floating point number parameters required by the UEL I PROPERTIES=1: number of integer number parameters required by the UEL PROPERTIES=1: COORDINATES=3: maximum number of active DOFs at each node VARIABLES=14: number of solution-dependent state variables used by the UEL solution-

Miscellaneous

*DAMPING, ALPHA=0.6641, BETA=0.001884 DAMPING, *ELEMENT, TYPE=MASS, ELSET=M1 ELEMENT, TYPE=MASS, 801, 30 801 *MASS, ELSET=M1 MASS, 389571. *AMPLITUDE, NAME=linear pushover DEFINITION=TABULAR AMPLITUDE, NAME linear_pushover, DEFINITION TABULAR 0.00, 0.00, 10.00, 1.00, Amp. 1

Data Output

*NSET, NSET=ColTOP NSET, S T C lT S T 30, *NSET, NSET=ColBOTTOM NSET, 20, , *NSET, NSET=FNDNbase NSET, 20, *NSET, NSET=Nopt1 NSET, ColTOP, C lBOTTOM FNDNb C lTOP ColBOTTOM, FNDNbase *ELSET, ELSET=ELopt1 ELSET, 20,

*OUTPUT, FIELD, FREQ=1 OUTPUT, *NODE FILE, FREQUENCY=1, NSET =Nopt1 FILE, U *NODE FILE, FREQUENCY=1, NSET =FNDNbase FILE, RF *OUTPUT, HISTORY, FREQUENCY=1 OUTPUT, *NODE OUTPUT, NSET=Nopt1 OUTPUT, U1, U2, U3 *NODE OUTPUT, NSET=FNDNbase OUTPUT, RF1, RF2, RF3, RM1, RM2, RM3 *ELEMENT OUTPUT, ELSET=ELopt1 OUTPUT, SF1, SF2, SF3, SM1, SM2, SM3

30 28 28 26 26 24 24 22 22 20 20

28 *NSET, NSET=ColTOP NSET, 30, *NSET, NSET=FNDNbase NSET, NSET FNDNbase 20, *STEP STEP 0 - GRAVITY LOAD *STATIC 1.0E1.0E 10, 10 0 1 0E-10 10.0, 0E*BOUNDARY COLTOP, 3, 5 FNDNbase , 1, 6 1 *DLOAD , GRAV, 9.81, 0, -1,0 *END STEP 26

30 28 26 24 24 22 22

**Applying gravity load in 10 secs. Initial time increment duration of step increment, Fix DOFs 3 ~ 5 at node set COLTOP Fix DOFs 1 ~ 6 at node set FNDNbase FNDNbase

20 20 Y X Z

DisplacementDisplacement-Controlled Pushover

Amp. A 1 30 28 28 10 t 26 26

*STEP, INC=8000 STEP, Maximum # of increments to run. 24 STEP 1 - Static Pushover 24 *STATIC, DIRECT STATIC, Constant time increment 22 0.05, 10.0, Initial time increment, duration of step 22 20 ** 0.05, 10.0, 1.E-15, 0.05 1.ESame, same, min increment, max increment 20 *BOUNDARY,OP=NEW BOUNDARY,OP=NEW COLTOP, 3, 5 Fix DOFs 3 ~ 5 at node set COLTOP FNDNbase , 1, 6 Fix DOFs 1 ~ 6 at node set FNDNbase *BOUNDARY,OP=NEW, TYPE=DISPLACEMENT, AMPLITUDE=linear_pushover BOUNDARY,OP=NEW, TYPE=DISPLACEMENT, Enforced_node, 1, 1, 0.4 Apply displacement in DOF 1 with SF=0.4 *END STEP

TimeTime-History Analysis

*NSET, NSET=ColTOP NSET, NSET=ColTOP 30, *NSET, NSET=ColBOTTOM NSET, 20, 20 *NSET, NSET=FNDNbase NSET, 10, 28 26

30 28 26 24 24 22 22 20 10

*STEP, INC=10000 STEP, Maximum # of increments to run. 20 STEP 1-1 - EARTHQUAKE EXCITATION with gravity load 1*DYNAMIC, DIRECT DYNAMIC, Constant time increment 0.004, 25.0, Initial time increment, duration of step *BOUNDARY,OP=NEW BOUNDARY,OP=NEW COL, 3, 5 , , Fix DOFs 3 ~ 5 at node set COL ColTOP, 3, 5 Fix DOFs 3 ~ 5 at node set COLTOP FNDNbase, 2, 6 Fix DOFs 2 ~ 6 at node set FNDNbase , , *BOUNDARY,OP=NEW, TYPE=ACCELERATION, AMPLITUDE=accel_ctrl BOUNDARY,OP=NEW, TYPE=ACCELERATION, FNDNbase, 1, 1, 9.81 Apply acceleration in DOF 1 *END STEP

Change to ABAQUS working directory first first. Under the command prompt, type:

The string after the job parameter is the script filename (w/o extension). job The string after the user parameter is the user-defined subroutine (optional). user user-

Mu ( x) + Cu ( x) + ku ( x) f ext = RHS

RHS Contribution of the UEL to the Right-Hand-Side of the equation of motion. Right-HandSize of the RHS array is NRHS. AMATRX Contribution of the UEL to the Jacobian of the system. SVARS UserUser-defined solution-dependent state variables associated with the UEL. solutionSize of the SVARS array is NSVARS. ENERGY Energy quantities associated with the UEL. ENERGY(1): Kinetic energy energy. ENERGY(2): Elastic strain energy. ENERGY(4): Plastic dissipation. ENERGY(5): Viscous dissipation. ( ) p ENERGY(8): Incremental work done by loads applied within the user element.

NDOFEL Number of DOFs associated with the UEL. NNODE Number of nodes in the UEL. PROPS UserUser-defined floating point number parameters. Size of the PROPS array is NPROPS. JPROPS UserUser-defined integer parameters. Size of the JPROPS array is NJPROPS. COORDS Coordinates f th C di t of the nodes of the UEL (undeformed configuration). d f th ( d f d fi ti ) U, DU, V, A Current estimates of the solution variables at the end of the increment. U: Total displacement. displacement DU: Incremental displacement. V: Velocities. A: Accelerations.

JTYPE UserUser-assigned integer number for a specific type of UEL. (i.e., *ELEMENT, TYPE=U1) TYPE=U1) TIME(1) TIME(1) Current step time. TIME(2) TIME(2) Current total time. DTIME Time increment. KSTEP Current step number. KINC Current increment number number. JELEM UserUser-assigned element number.

PARAMS Constants used in the Hilber-Hughes-Taylor time integration scheme (i.e., The -Method). Hilber-HughesPARAMS(1)= ; PARAMS(2)= ; PARAMS(3)= LFLAGS An array defining the tasks that the UEL should do when being called. LFLAGS(1): Defines the procedure type. 1=Static, automatic incrementation , 2=Static, direct incrementation 11=Implicit dynamic, half-step residual tolerance given half12=Implicit dynamic, fixed time increments 41=Eigenvalue frequency extraction g q y LFLAGS(3)=1: Normal implicit time incrementation procedure. Define the RHS and AMATRX arrays. LFLAGS(3)=2: Define the current stiffness matrix only. LFLAGS(3)=3: Define the current damping matrix only. LFLAGS(3)=4: Define the current mass matrix only. ( ) y LFLAGS(3)=5: Define the current residual vector only. LFLAGS(3)=6: Define the current mass matrix and residual vector. LFLAGS(3)=100: Define perturbation quantities for output. LFLAGS(4)=0: General step. ( ) p LFLAGS(4)=1: Linear perturbation step.

Use make command: make

Example

*USER ELEMENT, NODES=2, TYPE=U1, PROPERTIES=4, COORDINATES=3, VARIABLES=12 1, 2, 3 *ELEMENT, T T TYPE=U1 1 101, 101, 102 *ELGEN, ELSET=UTRUSS 101, 5 *UEL PROPERTY, ELSET=UTRUSS 0.002, 2.1E11, 0.3, 7200.

QD

k2 k1

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