978-1-58503-400-0 -- ANSYS Tutorial [Release 11.0]
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®ANSYS Tutorial Release 11.0 Structural & Thermal Analysis Using the ANSYS Release 11.0 Environment Kent L. Lawrence Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering University of Texas at Arlington SDC PUBLICATIONS Schroff Development Corporation www.schroff.com www.schroff-europe.com ANSYS Tutorial 2-1 Lesson 2 Copyrighted Plane Stress Material Plane Strain 2-1 OVERVIEW Copyrighted Plane stress and plane strain problems are an important subclass of general three-dimensional problems. The tutorials in this lesson demonstrate: ♦Solving planar stress concentration problems. Material ♦Evaluating potential inaccuracies in the solutions. ♦Using the various ANSYS 2D element formulations. 2-2 INTRODUCTION It is possible for an object such as the one on the cover of this book to have six components of stress when subjected to arbitrary three-dimensional loadings. When Copyrighted referenced to a Cartesian coordinate system these components of stress are: Normal Stresses σ , σ , σ x y zMaterial Shear Stresses τ , τ , τxy yz zx Figure 2-1 Stresses in 3 dimensions. Copyrighted In general, the analysis of such objects requires three-dimensional modeling as discussed in Lesson 4. However, two-dimensional models are often easier to develop, easier to solve and can be employed in many situations if they can accurately represent the behavior of the object under loading. Material 2-2 ...

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ANSYS®TutorialRelease 11.0Structural & Thermal Anal sis Usin the ANSYS Release 11.0 Environment
Kent L. Lawrence Mechanical and Aeros ace En ineerin University of Texas at Arlington SDCPUBLICATIONS Schroff Develo ment Cor oration www.schroff.com www.schroff-euro e.com
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ANSYS Tutorial A state ofPlane Stress in a thin object loaded in the plane of its largest exists (dτxiσzym,lτieyenznisn.soindhea,tτLzxXe)t-atrhCYepeaXlll-aYneezobedoranaldpnforpeeonhttothiskpinyavfyrlaidnoeregmoanfthonitaleeZysdyirgsa.hdnTlereoctioihon-nzdiFura.nng.teort,hstAthieremhaeetostrhesbsnedeσxrl,oatsσdr ysissddeenae,niqAtsuNapSdlraYinlSaeteaprnradolvaeildsepesmureangtes6a-rfnotorodoeutsheMrtrphtdeoaiongaenlaravedelugmnaaixetpmoareleselpenmetlanlepooffrntallsanepisestorngertsahitwrpssbeolmlnedo4m- ls.Wewilluseadeodo.n-8dnese both triangles and quads in solution of the example problems that follow.  2-3 PLATE WITH CENTRAL HOLE To start off, let’s solve a problem with a known solution so that we can check our latewlaoeddhtnipstldetusercpuomCdinathacundoFteenhtgofndinrstaelarelohsawohsrinnMEiecsspigoFreur2.2-Th.he probtlem ies that odf a te nsile-
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Figure 2-3Quadrant used for analysis. In Tutorial 2A we will use ANSYS to de termine the maximum horizontal stress in the plate and compare the computed results with the maximum value that can be calculated tuosifnogrmtaubluaCtenadvsdetaloaovlefoluespr stresys concrentriationgfactorsh. Intertactivee commdands will be used  the problem. 2-4 TUTORIAL 2A - PLATE Objective:Find themaximum axial stressin the plate with a central hole and compare your result with a comMputationausingtpublieshedrstresis conacentrlatio n factor data.PREPROCESSING with this problem. Also set theJobname  toTutorial2Aor something memorable and 1.Start ANSYS, select theWorking Directorywhere you will store the files associated provide aTitle.started ANCSYS, uoseFilep> Chaynge JrobniamegorDirehctorytorTietle.)d (If you want to make changes in the Jobname, working Directory, or Title after you’ve SelectthesixnodetriaMngular ealementt to uese forrtheisolutiaon olf thi s problem.
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ties. 5E.ntMeraithneMmeanteuri>alCPprreoppreroocessorp> MatyerialrProips >gMahted terial Models Material Model Number 1, Double clickStructural > Linear > Elastic > Isotropic Behavior window.)Material EnterEX = 2.07E11and PRXY = 0.29 > OK(Close the Define Material Model Create the geometry for the upper right quadrant of the plate by subtracting a 0.2 m diameter circle from a 0.5 x 0.2 m rectangle. Generate the rectangle first.  6. Main Menu > Preprocessor > Modeling > Create > Areas > Rectangle > By 2 Corners Enter(lowerleftcCorner)oWP Xp= 0.0,yWP Yr= 0i.0angdWidthh = 0.t5, Heeight =d0.2 > OK 7E.ntMera0ni=0.PXWuneMP>,PYWsorperseco=.0M0ra>ndMdRoaidesluingat0=1.>Cre>Oetaer>KArieas >aCirlcle > Solid Circle
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