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MD Nastran 2010 EBEA User Guide

MD Nastran 2010 EBEA User Guide

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The Energy Finite Element Analysis (EFEA) and Energy Boundary Element Analysis (EBEA) provides a powerful solution for high frequency acoustics. In contrast to traditional FEA solvers that use displacements as the primary variables, the EFEA methods use energy based variables which enables noise and vibration simulations at much higher frequencies than those attained by conventional FEA analysis. The EBEA solution provides airborne noise loads for use by the EFEA solution. The combination of EBEA and EFEA methods can be used to predict the interior noise levels in a vehicle due to exterior acoustic sources.
The Energy Finite Element Analysis (EFEA) and Energy Boundary Element Analysis (EBEA) provides a powerful solution for high frequency acoustics. In contrast to traditional FEA solvers that use displacements as the primary variables, the EFEA methods use energy based variables which enables noise and vibration simulations at much higher frequencies than those attained by conventional FEA analysis. The EBEA solution provides airborne noise loads for use by the EFEA solution. The combination of EBEA and EFEA methods can be used to predict the interior noise levels in a vehicle due to exterior acoustic sources.

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MD Nastran R2.1 Installation and Operations Guide
MSC.Software
EBEA 2010 User’s Guide
 
 
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MSC.Software Corporation2 MacArthur PlaceSanta Ana, CA 92707Telephone: (800) 345-2078FAX: (714) 784-4056MSC.Software GmbHAm Moosfeld 1381829 MunichGERMANYTelephone: (49) (89) 43 19 87 0Fax: (49) (89) 43 61 71 6Asia PacificMSC.Software Japan Ltd.Shinjuku First West 8F23-7 Nishi Shinjuku1-Chome, Shinjuku-KuTokyo 160-0023, JAPANTelephone: 0120-924-832 (tollfree, Japan only)Mobile phone: 03-6911-1222Fax: (81) (3)-6911-1201
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MSC.Software Corporation reserves the right to make changes in specifications and other information contained in this documentwithout prior notice.The concepts, methods, and examples presented in this text are for illustrative and educational purposes only, and are not intended tobe exhaustive or to apply to any particular engineering problem or design. MSC.Software Corporation assumes no liability orresponsibility to any person or company for direct or indirect damages resulting from the use of any information contained herein.User Documentation: Copyright © 2010 MSC.Software Corporation and its licensors. Portions of this document are licensed fromMichigan Engineering Services LLC. Printed in U.S.A. All Rights Reserved.This notice shall be marked on any reproduction of this documentation, in whole or in part. Any reproduction or distribution of thisdocument, in whole or in part, without the prior written consent of MSC.Software Corporation is prohibited.This software may contain certain third-party software that is protected by copyright and licensed from MSC.Software suppliers.MSC, MD, Dytran, Marc, MSC Nastran, MD Nastran, MSC Patran, MD Patran, OpenFSI, the MSC.Software corporate logo, andSimulating Reality are trademarks or registered trademarks of the MSC.Software Corporation in the United States and/or othercountries.NASTRAN is a registered trademark of NASA. PAMCRASH is a trademark or registered trademark of ESI Group. SAMCEF is atrademark or registered trademark of Samtech SA. LS-DYNA is a trademark or registered trademark of Livermore Software TechnologyCorporation. ANSYS is a registered trademark of SAS IP, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of ANSYS Inc. ABAQUS is a registeredtrademark of ABAQUS Inc. All other brand names, product names or trademarks belong to their respective owners. PCGLSS 6.0,Copyright © 1992-2005, Computational Applications and System Integration Inc. All rights reserved. PCGLSS 6.0 is licensed fromComputational Applications and System Integration Inc. METIS is copyrighted by the regents of the University of Minnesota. A copy ofthe METIS product documentation is included with this installation. Please see "A Fast and High Quality Multilevel Scheme forPartitioning Irregular Graphs". George Karypis and Vipin Kumar. SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing, Vol. 20, No. 1, pp. 359-392,1999.Revision 0. July 9, 2010MDNA:V2010:Z:Z:Z:DC-EBEA
Main Index
 
 
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Instructions for the Energy/BEA programIntroduction
The Energy Finite Element Analysis (EFEA) and Energy Boundary Element Analysis (EBEA)provides a powerful solution for high frequency acoustics. In contrast to traditional FEA solversthat use displacements as the primary variables, the EFEA methods use energy based variableswhich enables noise and vibration simulations at much higher frequencies than those attained byconventional FEA analysis. The EBEA solution provides airborne noise loads for use by the EFEAsolution. The combination of EBEA and EFEA methods can be used to predict the interior noiselevels in a vehicle due to exterior acoustic sources. These new solvers are provided throughcollaboration with Michigan Engineering Services and are provided as a pre-release in MD Nastran2010.The
Energy/BEA
(Energy Boundary Element Analysis) program can be used to calculate thesound radiation and scattering from an arbitrary structure in free or half space at high frequency. Inthe current version, for the half space problem, the boundary of the half space is assumed to berigid, and is restricted to be
 z
=0 plane, where
 z
is the 3
rd
component of the global coordinate. Theeffect of the half space is automatically introduced in the
Energy/BEA
program. Users don’t needto create a model for the half space boundary.
I. Running the Energy/BEA code
 Syntax:
EBEA
 
 pname pname
is a user defined project filename, which is used to create a new project and define thenames of the input data files required by
Energy/BEA
program. The content of a project fileincludes three filenames (one filename on each line). The first filename (first line) defines theParameter Data File; the second filename (second line) defines the Model File which contains theboundary element model; the third filename (third line) defines the Field Point File which containsthe field point mesh. For example, a project name defined as “
examp1e
” can include the followingthere lines:datamodel_smodel_f In the file
examp1e
, the Parameter Data is defined in the file “data”; the Model is defined in the file“model_s”; and the Field Points are defined in the file “model_f”.
II. Energy/BEA program input data files and required input format
The
Energy/BEA
program requires three input data files: Parameter Data File, Model File, andField Point File. The nodes and the elements are in NASTRAN fixed short format. All otherentries are in free format with at least one space separating two adjacent fields. The length of aninput entry in any of the input data files must not exceed 80 characters. The function and therequired input format of each file are defined as follows:
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