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ANSYS

(Analysis Software)

1.0

FINITE ELEMENT CONCEPT

Finite element analysis simulates physical system and their loading conditions mathematically.

Analysis seeks to approximate the behavior of an arbitrary shaped structure under general

loading and constrain conditions. A continuum is divided into discrete number of small regions

called finite elements, whose behavior is easily understood. The entire system is then co-related

to such elements to study the integrated behavior.

1.2

ADVANTAGES OF FEM

Any complex structure can be analyzed

Different boundary conditions can be incorporated suitably

Complicated material properties such as anisotropy, non-linearity can be incorporated

The conventional method of analysis of beam, plates, shells etc are distinctly different from

one another, FEM on other hand adopts uniform approach for all type of structures

1.3

STEPS IN FEM

Discretization of continuum

Selection of displacement model

Derivation of element stiffness matrix

Assembly of element stiffness matrix & application of boundary

Solution for unknown displacements

Computation of element strains & stress from nodal displacement

divided into. An

element definition can be specified by nodes. The shape (area, length and volume) of the

element depends upon the nodes with which it is made up of.

Nodes: Nodes are the corner points of the element. Nodes are independent entities in the

space. These are similar to points in geometry. By moving a node in space an element shape

can be changed.

.

Degrees of freedom: The mobility at each node, which is used to represent the behavior of

the systems, called the degrees of freedom or the number of independent co-ordinates required

to describe the motion of a system is called degrees of freedom of the system. Thus a free

particle undergoing a general motion will have three degrees of freedom, while a rigid body will

have six degrees of freedom. i.e., three components of position and three angles defining the

orientation. Further more, a continuous elastic body will require an infinite number of coordinates to describe its motion; hence, its degree of freedom is infinite.

In ANSYS the transnational degrees of freedom is represented by U (say Ux, Uy, Uz) and

rotational degrees of freedom is represented by ROT (say ROTx, ROTy, ROTz).

Units and consistency:

Almost all the softwares are independent of the system of units to be used. So it is the

responsibility of the user to use consistent units, CAE softwares wont take care the consistency

of units. Depending on the model dimensions, material properties are to be supplied.

1.4 H- Adaptivity and P-Adaptivity: In traditional finite element analysis as the number of

elements increases, the accuracy of the solution improves. The accuracy of the solution can be

measured quantitatively with various entities, such as strain energies, displacements, and

stresses and so on.

H-Method (Hierarchy Method): In this, to improve the accuracy of the solution we go for a

smaller element size than the existing size there by increasing the number of elements. This is

the usual h-adaptivity method. Each element is formulated mathematically with a certain

predetermined order of shape functions. This polynomial order does not change in the hadaptivity method. The elements associated with this type of capability are called the helements.

P-Method (Polynomial Method): A different method to modify the subsequent finite element

analysis on the same problem is to increase the polynomial order in each element while

maintaining the original finite element size and mesh.

The increase of the interpolation order is internal, and the solution stops automatically once a

specified error tolerance is satisfied. This is known as the p-adaptivity method. The elements

associated with this capability are called the p-elements.

H-P Method: These two methods can be combined to modify the subsequent analysis on the

same model by simultaneously reducing the element size and increasing the interpolation order

in each element.

This combination is called mixed hp-adaptively.

All the

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Accepting input data

Calculation of element stiffness matrices

Assembly of element stiffness matrices

Solution of simultaneous equations

Calculation of stresses from displacement

1.5

1.

PREPROCESSING

a) Create or import model geometry

b) Define material properties

c) Choose element type

d) Define geometric constants

e) Generate Finite element Mesh

2. SOLUTION

a) Apply boundary conditions

b) Apply load

c) Solve for unknowns

3. POSTPROCESSING

a) Review results like displacement, stresses, reactions etc.

b) Check validity of solution

Structural analysis is the most common application of the finite element method. The term

structural implies naval, aeronautical and mechanical & civil structures. Various types of

structural analyses are carried out using FEM.

Following are the various types of analysis

Structural Analysis

Thermal Analysis

Vibrations and Dynamics

Modal Analysis.

Buckling Analysis

Harmonic Analysis

Acoustics

Fluid flow simulations

Crash simulations

Mold flow simulations

The primary unknowns (nodal degrees of freedom) calculated in a structural analysis are

displacements. Other quantities, such as strains, stresses, and reaction forces, are then derived

from the nodal displacements.

1.6

Available FEM software Packages

ANSYS (General purpose, PC and workstations)

SDRC/I-DEAS (Complete CAD/CAM/CAE package)

NASTRAN (General purpose FEA on Mainframes)

LS-DYNA 3D (Crash/impact simulations)

ABAQUS (Nonlinear dynamic Analysis)

NISA (A General-purpose FEA tool)

PATRAN (Pre/post processor)

SOLIDWORKS/COSMOS (Complete CAD/CAM/CAE package)

Expt.No: 1

Discipline: Structural

Analysis Type: Static

Element Type: Link 180

Problem Description:

Material Properties: E= 200GPa

Geometrical Properties: Cross-section area of Truss = 6.25x10-3 sq. m

Diagram:

Results:

1. The Deflection at each joint = -----------2. The stress in each member = ------------3. Reaction forces at the base = ------------

Date:

Practice Problems

1. Static Analysis of Truss Member

Aim: To perform static Analysis on Truss as shown in fig.

Discipline: Structural

Analysis Type: Static

Element Type: Link 180

Given data:

Cross-section area of Truss = 3x10-4 sq m

E= 2.07x1011 N /sq m

Diagram:

Results:

1. The Maximum stress = --------- Pa

2. Reaction forces at Node 1 and Node5.

3. Compare the above results with the theoretical values.

Aim: To perform static Analysis on Truss as shown in fig.

Discipline: Structural

Analysis Type: Static

Element Type: Link 180

Given data:

Cross-section area of Truss = 60 sq.mm

E= 20000N/mm2

Diagram:

Results:

1. The Maximum stress = --------- Pa

2. Nodal Displacements

3. Reaction at the joints

Expt.No: 2

Discipline: Structural

Analysis Type: Static

Element Type: Link 180

Given data:

Cross-section area of Truss = 10x10-4 m2

E= 210GPa

All dimensions are in meters

Diagram:

Date:

Results:

1. The Maximum stress = --------2. The Maximum displacement = ----------

Practice Problem

1. Static Analysis of 3D Space Truss

Discipline: Structural

Analysis Type: Static

Element Type: Link 180

Given data:

Cross-section area of Truss = 4in2

E= 30x106 Psi

All Dimensions are in inches

Diagram:

Results:

1. The Maximum stress = --------2. Reaction forces at end supports

Expt.No: 3

Date:

Bending Stress Analysis on Beam

Discipline: Structural

Analysis Type: Static

Element Type: Beam 188 and Beam 189

Given data:

Width and Height of the Beam =0.346 meters (Square Cross-section)

E= 2.8X1010 Pa

Diagram:

Results:

1. The Maximum stress = --------2. Deformation of the Beam

3. Maximum bending stress along the beam

4. Bending moment along the beam

Practice Problems

1. Static Analysis of Overhanging Beam

Discipline: Structural

Analysis Type: Static

Element Type: Beam 188 and Beam 189

Given data:

Breadth = 300mm and Height of the Beam =0.346 meters, E= 2x10 5N/mm2. Poissons

ratio=0.25

Diagram:

Results:

1. The Maximum stress = --------2. Deformation of the Beam

3. Reaction Forces

4. Bending moment along the beam

Aim: To perform Structural analysis of a beam with distributed loads

Discipline: Structural

Analysis Type: Static

Element Type: Beam 188 and Beam 189

Problem Description:

Material Properties: E = 206.7 X 109 Pa

Geometric Properties: l = 6.096m; a = 3.048m; h = 0.762m; A= 0.0326 m 2;

Izz= 3.283 x10-3m4

Loading: w = 145.9 x103 N/m

Test Case: A beam ,with a cross sectional area A, is supported as shown below and loaded on

the overhangs by a uniformly distributed load w.Determine the maximum bending stress in the

middle portion of the beam and the deflection at the middle of the beam

Results:

1. The Maximum stress = ---------

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2. The Maximum deflections = ---------3. Compare the above results with the theoretical values.

4. Solve the problem by increasing the number of elements and compare the results

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Expt.No: 4

Date:

Discipline: Structural

Analysis Type: Static

Element Type: 8node183 (Plane183)

Problem Description:

Material Properties:

Test Case:

The pressure vessel shown below is made of cast iron (E = 14.5 Msi, = 0.21) and contains an

internal pressure of p = 1700 psi. The cylindrical vessel has an inner diameter of 8 in with

spherical end caps. The end caps have a wall thickness of 0.25 in, while the cylinder walls are

0.5 in thick. In addition, there are two small circumferential grooves of 1/8 in radius along the

inner surface, and a 2 in wide by 0.25 in deep circumferential groove at the center of the

cylinder along the outer surface.

Diagram:

Results:

1. The Maximum stress = --------2. The Maximum deflections = ----------

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Expt.No: 5

Discipline: Structural

Analysis Type: Static

Element Type: 8node183 (Plane183)

Problem Description:

Material Properties:

Diagram:

Results:

1. The Maximum stress = --------2. The Maximum deflections = ----------

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Date:

Expt.No:6

Discipline: Structural

Analysis Type: Buckling

Element Type: Beam 188 or Beam 189

Problem Description:

Material Properties:

Diagram:

LOAD = 1 NEWTON

Results:

1. The fundamental frequency of the system is ------------2. Draw at least three modes of the system.

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Date:

Expt.No: 7

Date:

Discipline: Structural

Analysis Type: Modal

Element Type: Beam 188 or Beam 189

Problem Description:

Material Properties: E = 206.8 x109 Pa; Poissons ratio = 0.3; Density =7830 kg/m3

Geometrical Properties: Izz= 8.333x10-10m4 ; A= 1x10-4m2, Height =0.01m

Test Case: A simple cantilever beam of 1.0 m, length is considered. Modal analysis is required

to be performed. The frequencies in both reduced and subspace method are to be determined.

Results:

1. The fundamental frequency of the system is ------------2. Draw at least three modes of frequency of the system.

3. Compare the above results with the theoretical values.

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Expt.No: 8

Date:

Discipline: Harmonic

Analysis Type: Static

Element Type: Beam 188 or Beam189

Problem Description:

Material Properties: E = 206.8 X 109 Pa; Poissons ratio = 0.3; Density =7830 kg/m3

Geometrical Properties: I zz= 8.333e-10 m4 ; A= 1 x10-4m2, Height =0.01m

Test Case: A simple cantilever beam of 1.0 m, length is considered. Modal analysis is required

to be performed. The frequencies in both reduced and subspace method are to be determined.

Results:

1. The fundamental frequency of the system is ------------2. Draw at least three modes of frequency of the system.

3. Compare the above results with the theoretical values

Expt.No: 9

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Date:

Analysis Type: Thermal

Element Type: Plane 2D quad-8-node

Given data:

Material Properties:

k3 (wood) = 0.15 kcal/m-hr- oc

Test Case: This is a steady state transfer analysis of set of insulators, whose outer face

temperatures are defined. Conduction occurs in-between the insulators. The results of interest

are to plot nodal solutions and read the temperatures at the interfaces and also to obtain heat

flux value.

Results:

1. The interface temperatures = ---------------2

3. Plot the graphs between the Temperature Vs Distance & Heat flux Vs Distance.

4. Compare the above results with the theoretical results.

5. Consider Plane 2D quad-4-node element and check the results.

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Expt.No: 10

Date:

Discipline: Structural

Analysis Type: CFD

Software used: Solid works 2013, Ansys workbench (fluent)

Given data: Dimensions of venturimeter, initial velocity = 40 m/s, gauge pressure = 1 pa

Solidworks sketch

Results:

1. Maximum pressure = -----------2. Minimum pressure = -----------3. Maximum velocity = -------------

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Expt.No: 11

Analysis Type: CFD

Software used: Ansys workbench (fluent)

Given data:

Profile of an aerofoil is shown in figure below; also the flow velocity of air is 2 m/s

Figure

Results:

1. Compute and plot the velocity distribution over the airfoil

2. Compute Lift and drag force

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Date:

MATLAB Exercises

Expt.No: 12

Date:

Aim: To determine the nodal displacement, stresses in each material and reaction forces of the

given structural problem using link element also solve the problem in MATLAB and compare with

ANSYS solution.

Test Case:

Geometrical and material specifications:

Aluminum: A1=2400 mm2, E1=70x109 N/m2; Steel: A2=600 mm2, E2=200x109 N/m2

Finite element model:

Result:

Parameter

1.Nodal displacement

mm

2. Stress in N/m2

3. Reaction forces in N

in

MATLAB

q1

q2

q3

s1

s2

r1

r2

ANSYS

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B)

Aim: To determine the nodal displacement, bending moments and bending stresses for a given

beam problem. Solve the problem in MATLAB and compare with ANSYS solution.

Test Case:

Geometrical and material specifications: E= 200GPa, I=24x10-6

Finite element model:

Result:

Parameter

1.Nodal Displacement in

MATLAB

ANSYS

mm

3.Bending moment N-m

Comment:

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C)

Aim: To determine the displacement of node 1 and node 2 and the element stresses for plane

stress conditions using 2D CST elements. Solve the problem in MATLAB and compare with ANSYS

solution.

Test Case:

T= 0.5mm, E= 200x109N/mm2

Element type: Constant strain triangle

Finite element model:

Results:

1.

Parameter

1.Displacement at node 2 in mm

2.Displacement at node 2 in mm

3.Element stress in element 1 in

mm

4.Element stress in element 2 in

mm

Comment:

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MATLAB

ANSYS

TUTORIALS

1. Nonlinear Analysis of a Cantilever Beam

Aim: To perform Nonlinear analysis of a cantilever beam

Element Type: Beam 188 and Beam 189

Discipline: Nonlinear

Analysis Type: Static

Problem Description:

Material Properties: Ex = 34000 MPa; Ey = 6530MPa; Ez= 6530MPa; vxy = 0.217;

Vyz = 0.366; vzx = 0.217; density = 2.6x10-6 kg/mm3

Diagram:

Results:

1. The Translation displacements = ---------- mm

2. The maximum Stress = ----------

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Aim: To perform couple field analysis on a solid structure connected with a link

Element Types: Thermal mass (Link33)

Discipline: Structural-Thermal

Analysis Type: Static and Thermal

Problem Description:

Material Properties: E = 206.8 X 109 Pa; Thermal conductivity= 60.5W/m *K

Thermal Expansion Coefficient = 12e-06/K.

A steel link, with no internal stresses, is pinned between two solid structures at a reference

temperature of 0 C (273 K). One of the solid structures is heated to a temperature of 75 C (348

K). As heat is transferred from the solid structure into the link, the link will attempt to expand.

However, since it is pinned this cannot occur and as such, stress is created in the link.

Results:

1. The stress in the link = ---------------- MPa.

2. Compare the above result with theoretical result.

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Element Type: 2D Quad, PLANE 145

Discipline: Structural

Problem Description:

Material Properties: E=200GPa, Poissons Ratio=0.29.

Geometrical Properties:

Height =10mm

Width =20mm

Radius =5mm

Problem Description:

A steel plate with a hole in the center is subjected to a tensile pressure. Due to the symmetric

nature of the geometry and loading, only of the structure modeled (as shown below).

Symmetry boundary conditions are to be applied, and local convergence criteria be specified.

Results:

1. The Maximum stress = --------- Pa

2. The Maximum displacement = ---------- mm

3. Stress concentration Factor deformations

4. Compare the above results with the theoretical values.

5. Solve the problem by increasing the number of elements and compare the results

Aim: To perform Steady state heat transfer Analysis of Cross section of Chimney.

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Discipline: Thermal

Analysis Type: Steady state heat transfer (h method)

Element Type: Solid, Quad 4 node, Plane 55

Problem Description:

Material Properties: K=1.0 Btu/hr-ft-0F, hi=12 Btu/hr-ft2-0F,h0=3.0 Btu/hr-ft2-0F(1Btu=0.293

watt-hr)

Geometrical Properties: a=4 ft, b=1 ft (1 Ft=30.48 cm)

Loading: Tg=1000 F, Ta=0oF

Result:

5. Solidification of a Casting

Aim: To perform analysis during solidification of casting

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Given data:

Material Properties for Sand: (1Btu=0.293 watt-hr), 1lb/in3=271 KN/m3, 1lb = 4.451N)

Conductivity (KXX) = 0.025Btu/ (hr-in-0 F);

Density (DENS) = 0.054 lb/in3

Specific heat (c) = 0.28 Btu/ (lb-0 F)

Conductivity for Steel (KXX):

At 00 F = 1.44Btu (hr-in-0 F) at 26430 F = 1.54 Btu (hr-in-0 F);

At 27500 F = 1.22 Btu (hr-in-0 F) at 28750 F = 1.22 Btu (hr-in-0 F)

Enthalpy for steel:

At 00 F = 0.0 Btu/in3; at 26430 F =128.1 Btu/in3; at 27500 F = 163.8 Btu/in3

At 28750 F =174.2 Btu/in3

Initial conditions:

Temperature of steel = 28750 F; Temperature of sand = 800 F

Convection Properties:

Film coefficient = 0.014 Btu (hr-in2 - 0 F)

Ambient temperature =800 F

Test Case: This is a transient heat transfer analysis of a casting process. The objective is to

track the temperature distribution in the steel casting and the mold during the solidification

process, which occurs over duration of 3 hours. The casting is made in an L-shaped sand mold

with 4 inch thick walls. Conduction occurs between the sand mold and the ambient air.

Results:

1. The maximum temperature is -----------------------2. Indicate the temperature distribution

Aim: To determine the Maximum Stress locations in the given connecting rod.

Discipline: Structural

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Element Type: 3D tetrahedron element.

Given data:

Material Properties:

Results:

1. Indicate the maximum stress locations in the component.

2. The Von-Misses Stress ------------------3. The maximum deflection in the component ---------------------

VIVA Questions

1. What are the different approximate solution methods?

2. What do you mean by continuum?

3. Define term node?

4. Define term element?

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5. What is convergence?

6. What are the types of convergence?

7. What is p-convergence?

8. What is h convergence?

9. What is a higher order element?

10. Give example for higher order elements.

11. What do you mean by compatible elements?

12. What is geometric invariance?

13. Why do we use Pascals triangle in FEA?

14. What are the steps involved in FEA?

15. What is stiffness matrix?

16. How to obtain stiffness matrix?

17. What are the properties of stiffness matrix?

18. What is displacement function?

19. How to identify order of elements?

20. Mention different types of elements.

21. Mention some application of FEA.

22. What is connectivity?

23. What are the methods to improve problem solution?

24. Define symmetry in matrix.

25. What is plane stress?

26. What is plane strain?

27. Compare FEA with solid mechanics.

28. What are the packages available for FEA?

29. Define potential energy.

30. Define minimum potential energy.

31. Write potential energy equation for cantilever beam.

32. Mention two different methods to approach the model of physical system.

33. Difference between global coordinate and local coordinate?

34. What is local coordinate?

35. What is global coordinate?

36. What is shape function?

37. What are two general natural coordinate?

38. Mention the range of natural coordinate.

39. Number of shape function in CST

40. Number of shape function in quadrilateral.

41. Explain one point formula and Explain two point formula.

42. Why we are using polynomial equation in FEA?

43. Mention two schemes to represent band width?

44. What are forces involved in work potential?

45. What are anisotropic elements?

46. What are isotropic elements?

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48. List the properties of shape functions.

49. Define truss.

50. What is weighted residual methods?

51. What different methods to solve weighed residual problem?

52. Explain the principle of virtual work?

53. Mention some advantages of FEA over solid mechanics.

54. Mention different types of elastic constants.

55. Which is the most accepted form of numerical integration in

FEM?

56. List the different approaches to derive integral equation.

57. What are the different types of errors in FEA?

58. Define Beam & Its types.

59. Define Conduction, Convection and radiation.

60. Define Heat flux, Heat flow & Heat generation

61. Define adiabatic surfaces.

62. Define Density, film coefficient.

63. Define Thermal gradient & Thermal conductivity.

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