Introduction to Static Analysis Using SolidWorks Simulation

Introduction to Static Analysis Using SolidWorks Simulation
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Radostina V. Petrova
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11 يناير 2019
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Introduction to Static Analysis Using SolidWorks Simulation
Radostina V. Petrova
CONTENTS
Foreword xi
Preface . xiii
Acknowledgments xv
Author xvii
Chapter 1
Introduction 1
1.1 Objectives of the Book .1
1.2 Basics Concepts of FEM .1
1.3 Basic Steps of All Engineering Software, Based on FEM .2
1.4 SW Simulation as a Package for FEA .3
Chapter 2
Development of a Finite Element Model of a Body (Pre-Processor Stage) .5
2.1 Description of Functions of Physical Model 5
2.2 Development of the Geometrical Model in SolidWorks .6
2.3 Some More Perquisite Knowledge before Development of
SW Simulation Model 15
2.3.1 Main Features of Linear Static Analysis .15
2.3.2 Starting SolidWorks Simulation 16
2.3.2.1 Activate SW Simulation Toolbox .16
2.3.2.2 Open the CAD Model .17
2.3.2.3 Getting Access to Help Files .18
2.4 Introducing the Material of the Body 26
2.4.1 How SW Simulation Handles Material Properties 26
2.4.2 Defining the Material of the Chisel .30
2.5 Introducing the Fixtures to the Body 31
2.5.1 Different Fixtures Supported by SW Simulation .31
2.5.2 Defining the Fixtures to the Chisel .37
2.6 Introducing the Loads to the Body 39
2.6.1 Different Structural Loads, Which Can Be Introduced by
SW Simulation .39
2.6.2 Defining the Loads to the Chisel .43Contents
viii
Chapter 3
Development of a Finite Element Model of a Body (Processor Stage) .49
3.1 How Does Finite Element Analysis Work? 49
3.2 What Are the FEs and the Mesh? .50
3.3 Meshing of the Analysed Body 58
3.4 Running the FEA .60
Chapter 4
Visualising and Systematising the Results of FEA (Post-Processor Stage) .65
4.1 Setting the Analysis and the Results Preferences 65
4.2 Different Ways to Systematise and Plot the Results of FEA 75
4.2.1 Results Display through Simulation Advisor .75
4.2.2 Results Display through Results Folder in the Analysis Tree .85
4.2.3 Results Display through Icons on the SW Simulation
Command Bar 111
4.3 Listing the Results of the Analysis . 117
4.4 Drawing Graphs of the Analysis Results .123
Chapter 5
Impact of Mesh Density and Viewing Mode on Final Results .129
5.1 Different Types of FEs, Regarding the Geometry of the Model .129
5.2 Impact of Mesh Density, When Standard Solid Mesh Is Used .132
5.2.1 Coarse Mesh Calculations 132
5.2.2 Fine Mesh Calculations 135
5.2.3 Control Mesh Calculations .137
5.2.4 Comparison of Results and Conclusions .142
5.3 Impact of Mesh Density, When Curvature-Based Solid Mesh Is Used 146
5.3.1 Development of CAD Model of Hole Puncher .146
5.3.2 Development of Hole Puncher Model – Pre-Processor Stage 148
5.3.3 Coarse Mesh Calculations 150
5.3.3.1 Scenario 1 150
5.3.3.2 Scenario 2 151
5.3.4 Fine Mesh Calculations 153
5.3.5 Control Mesh Calculations . 155
5.3.5.1 Scenario 3 155
5.3.5.2 Scenario 4 158
5.3.6 Comparison of Results and Conclusions for
Curvature-Based Mesh .160
5.4 Impact of Mesh Density on Calculation Time and Accuracy .163
5.5 Comparison between the Node Mode and the Element Mode 165
5.6 Final Recommendations on Selection of Mesh Type 165
Chapter 6
Static Analysis of Solid Body with Circular or Planar Symmetry 167
6.1 Development of CAD Models of the Analysed Bodies . 167
6.1.1 Geometrical Model of a Body with Circular Symmetry . 167
6.1.2 Geometrical Model of a Body with Planar Symmetry .177
6.2 Static Analysis of the Designed Symmetrical Machine Unit with
Circular Symmetry 189
6.2.1 Why Use Symmetry and How It Works 189ix
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6.2.2 Defining the Analysed Segment 191
6.2.3 Static Study of a Body with Circular Symmetry and
Symmetrical Loads .194
6.2.4 Static Study of a Body with Circular Symmetry and
Anti-Symmetrical Loads .204
6.3 Static Analysis of the Designed Symmetrical Machine Units with a
Planar Symmetry .207
6.3.1 Defining the Analysed Segment 207
6.3.2 Static Study of a Body with Planar Symmetry and
Symmetrical Loads .207
Chapter 7
Static Analysis of a Shell Body 223
7.1 When Can an Object Be Treated as a Shell? Thin or Thick Shell FEs?
Different Approaches for FEA of a Shell in SW Simulation 223
7.2 Development of a CAD Model of a Shell Using Surface Tool
(Surface.sldprt) 224
7.3 FEA of a Shell, Created Using Surface Tool (Surface.sldprt) .228
7.3.1 Pre-Processor Modelling of the Object .228
7.3.2 Meshing the Shell .232
7.3.3 Viewing the Results 234
7.4 Development of a CAD Model of a Shell Using Sheet Metal Tool
(Sheet_Metal.sldprt) .237
7.5 FEA of the Shell, Created Using Sheet Metal Tool (Sheet_Metal.sldprt) 244
7.6 Comparison of the Results from the Two Case Studies 246
Chapter 8
Static Analysis of a Frame Body 251
8.1 Beams or Trusses? .251
8.2 Development of a CAD Model of a 3D Frame 254
8.3 Calculation of a 3D Frame of Trusses 259
8.3.1 Pre-Processor and Processor Stages 259
8.3.2 Viewing the Results 263
8.4 Calculation of a 3D Frame of Beams .265
8.4.1 Pre-Processor and Processor Stages 265
8.4.2 Viewing the Results 271
8.4.3 FE Analysis, When There Are Hinge Connections at Both
Ends of All Beam Members .274
Chapter 9
Static Analysis of a Complex Structure .281
9.1 CAD Model of the Studied Structure .281
9.2 Static Finite Element Analysis of the Structure 288
9.3 Comparison of the Results of the Sixth Design Scenarios .306
9.3.1 Definition of Stress Plots 306
9.3.2 Definition of Plots of Inner Beam Forces . 311
9.3.3 Definition of Displacement Plots .312
9.3.4 Definition of Deformation Plots  

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