Using ANSYS for Finite Element Analysis – Volume II

Using ANSYS for Finite Element Analysis – Volume II
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Wael A. Altabey , Mohammad Noori , Libin Wang
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11 يوليو 2020
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Using ANSYS for Finite Element Analysis
Dynamic, Probabilistic Design and Heat Transfer Analysis
Volume II
Wael A. Altabey
Mohammad Noori
Libin Wang
SUSTAINABLE STRUCTURAL
SYSTEMS COLLECTION
Mohammad Noori, Editor
contents
List of Figures ix
Preface xi
1 Dynamic Analysis 1
1.1 Tutorial 1: Harmonic Analysis of Structure 1
1.2 Tutorial 2: Modal Analysis of Structure 11
2 Composite Materials 19
2.1 Composites—A Basic Introduction 19
2.2 Modeling Composites Using ANSYS 26
2.3 Tutorial 3: Simply Supported Laminated Plate
Under Pressure 38
3 Probabilistic Design Analysis 69
3.1 Probabilistic Design 69
3.2 Probability Distributions 75
3.3 Choosing a Distribution for a Random Variable 91
3.4 Probabilistic Design Techniques 96
3.5 Postprocessing Probabilistic Analysis Results 98
3.6 Tutorial 4: Probabilistic Design Analysis of Circular
Plate Bending 107
4 APDL Programming 145
4.1 Create the Analysis File 145
4.2 Tutorial 5: Stress Analysis of Bicycle Wrench 148
4.3 Tutorial 6: Heat Loss from a Cylindrical Cooling Fin 155viii •? Contents
5 Design Optimization 167
5.1 Optimum Design 167
5.2 Design Optimization Using ANSYS 172
5.3 Tutorial 7: Design Optimization Tutorial 193
Bibliography 217
About the Authors 219
Index 221list of figures
Figure 2.1. Illustrating the combined effect on modulus of the
addition of fibers to a resin matrix. 21
Figure 2.2. Illustrates the tensile load applied to a composite
body. 22
Figure 2.3. Illustrates the compression load applied to a
composite body. 22
Figure 2.4. Illustrates the shear load applied to a composite
body. 23
Figure 2.5. Illustrates the loading due to flexure on a composite
body. 23
Figure 2.6. Tensile strength of common structural materials. 24
Figure 2.7. Tensile modulus of common structural materials. 25
Figure 2.8. Specific tensile strength of common structural
materials. 25
Figure 2.9. Specific tensile modulus of common structural
materials. 26
Figure 2.10. Layered model showing dropped layer. 29
Figure 2.11. Sandwich construction. 32
Figure 2.12. Layered shell with nodes at midplane. 32
Figure 2.13. Layered shell with nodes at bottom surface. 33
Figure 2.14. Example of an element display. 36
Figure 2.15. Sample LAYPLOT display for [45/?45/?45/45]
sequence. 37
Figure 3.1. The flow of information during a probabilistic design
analysis. 75
Figure 3.2. The normal probability density function (pdf). 77x •? List of figures
Figure 3.3. The normal cumulative distribution function (cdf). 78
Figure 3.4. The uniform probability density function. 83
Figure 3.5. The uniform cumulative distribution function. 84
Figure 3.6. The lognormal probability density function for
four values of s. 86
Figure 3.7. The lognormal cumulative distribution function for
four values of s. 87
Figure 3.8. The Weibull probability density function for four
values of g. 89
Figure 3.9. The Weibull cumulative distribution function for four
values of g. 90
Figure 3.10. The graph of X1 and X2 illustrating bad sample
distribution. 97
Figure 3.11. The graph of X1 and X2 illustrating good sample
distribution. 98
Figure 3.12. The cumulative distribution function of the random
property X. 100
Figure 5.1. Optimization tree listing the optimization methods. 171
Figure 5.2. Optimization data flow. 175
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