In engineering sciences, we usually end up using either the second- or the fourth-order differential equations, and the MWR (the method of weighted residuals) works pretty well for them.
The question is: how about the first- and the third-order differential equations? Why don't we see any applications of MWR for these odd-ordered differential equations? What gives?
I am getting displacement and force both zero. I am attaching .cae file please have a look where i am making mistakes.
i want to do crack anlysis in composite.i am thinking to use freefem++ or matlab for this purpose.please suggest me which one should i use.if any other,please recommend.
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The qualitative picture of fracture may be well-understood, across disparate scales of length and time, from the distortion of electron clouds, to the jiggling of atoms, to the motion of dislocations, to the extension of the crack, to the load-carrying capacity of a structure. This statement by itself, however, is of limited value: it offers little help to the engineer trying to prevent fracture of a structure. Hypes of multiscale computation aside, no reliable method exists today to predict fracture by computation alone.
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I want to simulate crack propagation analysis using FEM and XFEM
in abaqus to obtain SIF value for a stationary crack for 2D prolems.
Can you explain me how to simulate this problem in abaqus?
I have created a channel beam using 3D shell elements. It is subjected to two point loading each at 1/3rd length. I have performed STATIC RIKS analysis. Is it possible to draw bending moment diagram for this model? Orelse if i use section moments how can i interpret the maximum moment?
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I have carried out eigen buckling analysis of cylindrical shell under axial compression under unit load using abaqus in model-1 and in model -2 i carried out riks analysis gave imperfection 0.2mm fotr shell thickness 2mm radius 0.25m,h=0.5 m after the 100 increment the the shell is subjected to load which is obtained from first buckling load in first mode here how to get the collapse load
Hi every body,
I wonder if it is possible to write a *Do Loop in the static structural command snipper. I have to change a parameter in some substep of my solution, so I need *Do command. However, I am not sure if it is feasible to write a command in structural domain in order to change some parameters during solution.
I would be really appreciated if some one can help me with that.