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I would like to perform a dynamic structural analysis with ansys. How can I include in the analysis a check after each time step about the status of some elements ( check whether they are broken) "kill" them if need to and continue the analysis. Thanks, Ran
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Journal Club Theme of Oct. 1 2008: Fluid - Structure Interaction, an overview of current trends and challengesSubmitted by jcugnoni on Wed, 2008-10-01 10:11.
Starting with a solid mechanics background, I have been recently interested in fluid-structure interactions for applications in biomechanics of soft-tissues; and thought that the iMechanica Journal Club forum would be a good opportunity to share my personal experience and start a discussion on this challenging inter-disciplinary subject.
I am a tackling an important problem about the behavior of concrete tied arch. Each concrete arch rests on two steel I-beams. The steel I-beams are supported at their ends. They are connected at various locations along their length by tie rods. A picture is worth 1000 words basic figure.pdf.
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