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Abaqus Subroutines; Are COORD and TEMP for the current integration point or current node in USDFLD and HETVAL?

Gustav
I'm using the subroutines HETVAL and USDFLD in Abaqus. In USDFLD, COORD is being an input. Is this the coordinates for the current integration point or the current node? And the same question for the TEMP(1) in HETVAL.

I'm not calling any other routines.

I have looked in the manual but I'm still not sure. Does anyone know? Thanks!
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Re: Abaqus Subroutines; Are COORD and TEMP for the current integration point or current node in USDFLD and HETVAL?

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According to the manual, HETVAl and USDFLD are both called at material
points (i.e. integration points) and the COORD is the coordinate of
the material point.






> I'm using the subroutines HETVAL and USDFLD in Abaqus. In USDFLD, COORD is
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Re: Abaqus Subroutines; Are COORD and TEMP for the current integration point or current node in USDFLD and HETVAL?

Gustav
Hi,

Thanks for the answer! It was the expression "material point" that made me a bit uncertain. Why doesn't it just say "integration point"? The words "integration point" can be found in some places in the manual so when it said "material point" I thought it meant something else. But you are certain?

Thanks again.
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Yes, “material point” and “integration point” are synonymous.

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Dave Lindeman
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Hi, Thanks for the answer! It was the expression "material point" that made me a bit uncertain. Why doesn't it just say "integration point"? The words "integration point" can be found in some places in the manual so when it said "material point" I thought it meant something else. But you are certain? Thanks again.





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