perform finite element analysis using solidworks simulation on the att
Perform finite element analysis using SolidWorks Simulation on the attached file:
Plate With Hole 3-1.SLDPRT
Show the Von Mises stress as demonstrated in class.
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EXERCISE 1-Effect of Mesh Size at Hole Location
supported (Fixed/immovable) at its left-end and subject to an axial, tensile force of 370
A rectangular bar with a centrally drilled hole is illustrated in Fig. E3-1. The bar is
kN applied normal to its opposite end. The bar is made from 2018 aluminum alloy.
Open the file: Plate With Hole 3-1.
Figure E3-1-Aluminum bar with central hole subject to an axial force. A geometric discontinuity
is present in the form of the 40 mm diameter hole. (All dimensions in mm.)
2018 Alloy aluminum (Use S.I. units)
In the Mesh property manager, select a Ⓒ Standard mesh. High
quality tetrahedral elements are to be used. Use three different
meshes as specified in parts (a, c, and d) below.
Fixed (Immovable) restraint applied to left end of the model.
External Load: 370 kN applied normal to the right-end causing tension in the bar.
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