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Computer Aided Modeling and Analysis Laboratory Department Of Mechanical Engineering, Don Bosco Institute of Technology
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Computer Aided Modeling and Analysis Laboratory Department Of Mechanical Engineering, Don Bosco Institute of Technology
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1) Stress Analysis of a Rectangular Plate with a Circular Hole

Determine the maximum stress for a rectangular plate of 50mm x 80mm with hole of 10mmdiameter in the center is loaded in axial tension. Thickness of the plate is 10mm. Take E =200GPa
Theoretical calculation:
Results Comparison

FEM TheoreticalDeformation 0.009284 mm -Stress 59.99 N/ mm
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62.5 N / mm
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Procedure:
Steps to create geometry:
1)

Select XY plane > Sketch2)

Select>Create rectangle> Press enter to define one corner of the rectangle( 0, 0,0)3)

Type X and Y coordinate of opposite corner of the rectangle ( 80, 50,0)4)

To crate hole: Select>circle by center and radius> Type center point of the circle (40,25, 0)> press Enter. To define radius: check use relative> Enter DX= 5 mm( Radius of circle)5)

Exit from the sketch.
Steps to solve the problem:
1)

To generate 2-D mesh: Right click >1< XY top> > Create 2D mesh> Enter 500 in themesh density tab > Apply,

Computer Aided Modeling and Analysis Laboratory Department Of Mechanical Engineering, Don Bosco Institute of Technology
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2) Define Element type (Plate), Element definition >Check design variable> Enter thickness(10 mm) and Material type (200GPa).3) To Apply BC and Load: select all nodes in left side > Apply fixed BC > Select all nodes inright side> Apply Nodal force as shown below. (1000N/ No of nodes)> OK.4) Perform Analysis.5) Find out displacement, Maximum stress etc…