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SAP2000 Tutorials - CE463_Lab4

SAP2000 Tutorials - CE463_Lab4

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2D plane elasticity Modeling
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COLLEGE OF

ENGINEERING

Department of Civil & Geological Engineering

CE 463.3 – Advanced Structural Analysis Lab 4 –SAP2000 Plane Elasticity
February 29th, 2012 T.A: Ouafi Saha Professor: M. Boulfiza

1. Rectangular Plate under Uniform Tension (Plane Stress) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1prWpg7vhQY
Units kN, cm, C Mat. Steel Self-Weight = 0 Thickness = 3mm 4 cm 20 cm

New features: Plane Element i. General Definitions For Plane problems, usually we work in XY Plane instead of the XZ used for Frame structure For simplicity, the grid system should look like this one

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ii.3. Drawing the Model Draw the four plane elements in the XY plane using Draw Poly Area tool It is common to draw the quadrilateral element starting from the lower left corner and continue counter clockwise. 4. In section definition choose Menu Define > Section Properties > Area Sections… Select Plane in the section type. Material and Section Definition Define a Material having E = 200 GPa and v = 0. then click on Add New Section Choose a name Select Plane-Stress and leave Incompatible Modes Choose the material previously defined Choose the material previously defined iii. doubleclick 3 1 2 2 .

iv. For corner nodes f = 0.6 kN.3 cm) = 2.4 / 4 = 0. Boundary Displacement Conditions Even if there are no apparent supports in the initial problem. In this case due to geometric and loading symmetry.4 kN in the +X direction We have also 5 nodes. then select the node in the origin and specify Translation Restraints in both Direction 1 and 2 v. Nodes (joints) For the right side the total load is F = (2 kN/cm2) x (4 cm) x (0. by loading nodes or by loading elements. to have more accurate results. The load distribution will be as follow: For median nodes f = 2. One should follow them to get the most accurate results. we know that the central node will neither move in X nor Y direction.We need a finer mesh. we must specify some restraints condition for the program to avoid singular stiffness matrix.6 / 2 = 0.3 kN. By symmetry the same loads are applied to the left side. 3 . Select the four elements and go to Menu Edit > Edit Areas > Divide Areas… Divide each element into 4 by 2 elements according to convention (supplemental) Some recommendations are given in the reference manual about the aspect ratio of the elements. Loading Condition Two possible ways to introduce the loads are possible. And all nodes in Y axis will not move in X direction. Select all nodes in Y axis and specify Translation Restraints in direction 1. 3 medians and 2 corners.

only two displacements are considered. vi. Menu Analyze > Set Analysis Options … Then Run the analysis. Remember to save your work. Select the four right edge elements > Assign > Area Loads > Surface Pressure (All)… -2. to neglect self-weight and to disable modal analysis. Analyse the System In plane elasticity problems. 4 . we have a uniform pressure in the outward direction. negative pressure (outward direction) Face 2 (Supplemental doc) For the left side we change only face 2 by face 4.Element (Area) For the right side.

1 kN F=0. .0. X(0. Tension Connection plate http://www. Start a blank file with only grids. Menu Option > Dimensions/Tolerances… Set auto merge to 0.com/watch?v=uvmdgD6aU0M Symmetry R=10mm r = 5mm F=0. As SAP2000 is not extremely powerful in 2D and 3D modeling.youtube. the effect of positive Poisson’s ratio is clearly seen.vii. Display Output We can see the deformed shape as: And the internal stresses (S11) as viii. C Mat.10).1 kN Units kN. the structure will be drawn using three elemental parts.15.1mm or you will have a strange mesh 5 . Z(0) Set Auto-merge tolerance to 0. we have a uniformly distributed longitudinal horizontal stresses over the whole solid.In the stress diagram. Steel Self-Weight = 0 Thickness = 2 mm 15 mm New features: Pipe and Plate Module Only half of the structure will be modeled.1 mm.In the displacement diagram.25). Discussing Results As we may have expected we can say: .5. Neither shear stress nor longitudinal vertical stresses exists in the solid. mm. Y(-10. 2.

merge all elements then divide them to 4 elements in the vertical direction.Start by rounded plate with circular hole Menu Edit > Add Model From Template … then click on Pipes and Plates The main parameters are highlighted. 6 . We need to delete the left half part of the circle. The final step is by replicating the slice to reproduce the final form.. For this purpose it is better to leave only one slice of the model. and to reduce the number of nodes.

Make sure to enter the parameters as the figure below. from Edit Menu.Select all element in the previous screen and apply Replicate commad. Save your file from time to time! 7 .

Rectangular plate with circular hole Menu Edit > Add Model From Template … then click on Pipes and Plates We should remove the right half side of the rectangular plate and move the remaining part 15mm in the X direction (right). 8 . using the Move command from Edit Menu..

0) F = 0. One concentrated nodal load will be applied to the node at coordinate (20. Due to Symmetry the same boundary condition as the first example will apply to this one. For the analysis we will consider only displacement in X and Y directions.Last Rectangular part We draw a big rectangle and divide it in 4 parts in X direction and 16 parts in Y Direction.. The final model should look like the figure above. Run the Analysis 9 .1kN in X direction.

10 .Output Time for some nice pictures Deformed shape (effect of concentrated Load) Resultant Displacement Contour Lines The three stresses component in the local axis and the Von Mises stress.

3.com/default.automesh2d.com/watch?v=vrSO462W39U Another efficient way to model two dimensional and three dimensional structural problems is to use the import functionality of SAP2000.htm. The same Problem 2 will be done using . Import 2D models http://www. Many formats are supported by the program.youtube. but the data must be prepared in a strict form. The geometric file used by this software is a text file containing the following data 1 2 4 1 2 3 4 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 0 25 25 0 10 10 20 20 10 10 -10 -10 10 10 0 5 5 -5 -5 0 0 10 10 0 0 5 5 5 5 0 11 . It is possible to use a simple modeling software such as Automesh2D freely available at the website http://www.DXF import function.

use Menu File > Import > Autocad .The next step is to mesh the structure using the easiest auto-mesh function. In SAP2000. 250 elements are chosen. The final step in this software is to export the meshed structure in dxf format. it is usually recommended to edit the mesh in Autocad and copy all lines in a specific layer. Before importing the model into SAP2000.dxf File … the select your file. Select upward direction Select from which layer import which elements 12 . This layer will be used by SAP2000 to import the appropriate model.

but we need Plane element. 13 . Delete also the frame elements as they don’t belong to our desired model. Remember we imported the model as frame elements.The next step is to draw a Plane element enclosing the whole imported model. the central circle and the two big corners. Select all and Menu Edit > Edit Areas > Divide Areas … Delete the unwanted plane parts. The final step is to divide the big plate element into the shape of the little frame lines. See video for more details. Done! At least for the geometry modeling part.

Bracket Compare the solution of the given example Bracket. .4.SDB with the one given by Ansys. http://www. The load is uniformly distributed over the length. Steel Self-Weight = 0 Thickness = 7. The web link is a pointer to the University of Alberta tutorial for Ansys.0 m Follow the same steps as Problem 1.5mm 0. . m.html The Model under SAP2000 3D model from the U of A website 14 . take care about unit conversion. .2 m 2. Check deflection and maximum stress.Cantilever Beam (Thick theory) 3kN/m Units kN.Plane Stress Repeat Problem 1. Additional Examples .Compare this solution with your classic beam analysis.ualberta. must be converted to node concentrated forces or uniformly distributed pressure. add a uniformly distributed load = 1 kN/cm2 in compression in top and bottom faces of the plate. C Mat.mece.ca/tutorials/ansys/BT/Bracket/Bracket.

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