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(Software: NISA)

[Generally

speaking]

a powerful computational technique

for the solution of differential and

integral equations that arise in various

fields of engineering and applied

sciences;

[Mathematically]

a

variational (Ritz) and weighted-residual

(Galerkin, least-squares, etc.) methods.

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Motivation

Most

are

complex, may have different boundary

conditions on different portions of the

boundary.

Therefore,

1. To find a solution analytically (so one must

resort to approximate methods),

2.

To generate approximation functions

required in the traditional variational methods.

An answer to these problems is a finiteelement approach.

Introduction to the Finite Element

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A

assemblage of simple geometric

shapes, called finite elements, for

which

it

is

possible

to

systematically

generate

the

approximation functions.

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Remarks:

The

shape functions or interpolation functions

since they are often constructed using

ideas from interpolation theory.

The finite element method is a piecewise (or

element-wise) application of the variational

and weighted-residual methods.

For a given BVP, it is possible to develop

different finite element approximations (or

finite element models), depending on the

choice of a particular variational and weightedresidual formulation.

Introduction to the Finite Element

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Basic

object with simple blocks (e.g. LEGO) or

divide a complicated object into

manageable small pieces.

Example:

approximation of an area of a

circle

Area

of one triangle:

Area of the circle:

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How

1.Divide

2.Describe

behavior of the physical

quantities in each element

3.Connect (assemble) the elements at the

nodes to form an approximate system of

equations for the whole structure

4. Solve the system of equations involving

unknown quantities at the nodes (e.g.

displacements)

5.Calculate desired quantities (e.g. strains

and stresses) at selected elements

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FEM

arbitrary shapes. Originally designed for

problems in static elasticity.

FEM is the most widely applied computer

simulation method in engineering.

The required grid generation techniques are

interfaced with graphical techniques (CAD).

Today numerous commercial FEM software

is available (e.g. ANSYS,ABAQUS, NISA, etc.)

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1. Geometry Creation

Creation of grids

Creation of lines

Creation of patches

2. Material Property

3. Physical Properties

4. Mesh generation

5. Node Management

6. Boundary conditions

Displacement

7. Loads

8. Type of analysis- executive

9. Title

10. Load Case

11. Print Control

12. Save files

13. Static analysis

Execute the NISA file

14. Post Processing

26.dat

15. Deformations

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Launch the software using desktop ICON

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New window appears

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New window appears

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window

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The Grid point 0/0/0 is displayed (Circled in RED color )

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The FOUR Grid points are visible (0/0/0, 0/10/0, 10/10/0, 10/0/0)

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linesMethod

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Two line created and similarly complete the four lines

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Create the patch using the lines

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The patch (1, shown in RED) is created using lines ( Shown in YELLOW)

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Enter Material propery FEM>FE model data> Material property

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Enter the material property E = 200 e 6 and Poisson ratio 0.3

Add > OK

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Enter Material propery FEM>FE model data> Property Data

Element is shell

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Enter Thickness as 1 and select number of nodes as 8 > OK

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Now for mesh generation: FEM > Mesh > FEG option > Quadrilateral

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Accept the defaults : Number of elements 3/3,

Click on element type and new window opens for

stiffness type

Select 2 D plane stress > OK

Select Patch > new window opens

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Select the patch 1 created earlier

by new

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Singh

Click Method

Create

window

opens

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Select YES All and Cancel

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Now for node management: FEM > Nodes > Node Management> Merge N

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Select all Click OK > OK Yes All> Cancel

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Now for Boundary Conditions: FEM > Structural BC > Displacement > Add

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Select All Zero > OK, Now Select Node IDs New window opens

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Select one by one the nodes on the left edge, Create > Yes all > Cancel

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Apply load : FEM > Structural BC > Force/ Moment > Add on

nodes

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> Click Create > Yes all > Cancel

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Analysis/Static > Execution setup > new window opens > Run

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Run NISA > yes all > New window runs through > Type y and enter

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