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Prof. Suvranu De

Reading assignment: Lecture notes, Logan 2.2, 3.1 Summary: Linear shape functions in 1D Quadratic and higher order shape functions Approximation of strains and stresses in an element

Shape functions in 1D

Axially loaded elastic bar y F x x=0 x=L A(x) = cross section at x b(x) = body force distribution (force per unit length) x E(x) = Youngs modulus Finite element formulation, takes as its starting point, not the strong formulation, but the Principle of Minimum Potential Energy. Task is to find the function w that minimizes the potential energy of the system

Potential energy of the axially loaded bar corresponding to the exact solution u(x)

(w) =

L 1 L dw EA dx 0 bw dx Fw(x = L) 2 0 dx

(u) =

L 1 L du EA dx bu dx Fu(x = L) 0 2 0 dx

From the Principle of Minimum Potential Energy, that function w is the exact solution.

w( x) = a 0 o ( x) + a11 ( x) + a 2 2 ( x) + ...

u ( x) = a 0 o ( x) + a11 ( x) + a 2 2 ( x) + ...

Where o(x), 1(x), are admissible functions and ao, a1, etc are constants to be determined. Step 2. Plug the approximate solution into the potential energy

(w) =

L 1 L dw EA dx 0 bw dx Fw(x = L) 2 0 dx

(w) = 0, i = 0,1,2,... ai

Need to find a systematic way of choosing the approximation functions. One idea: Choose polynomials!

w( x) = a 0

w( x) = a1 x

Finite element idea: Step 1: Divide the truss into finite elements connected to each other through special points (nodes) 1 El #1 2 El #2 3 El #3 4

Is this good? (Is 1 an admissible function?) Is this good? (Is x an admissible function?)

(w) =

L 1 L dw EA dx 0 bw dx Fw(x = L) 0 2 dx

x2 El #2

x3 El #3

x4=L

x1=0 El #1

x2 El #2

x3 El #3

x4

2

L 1 L dw (w) = EA dx 0 bw dx Fw(x = L) 2 0 dx

3 (w) =

x4 1 x4 dw EA dx x bw dx Fw(x = L) 3 2 x3 dx

1 (w) =

x2 1 x2 dw EA dx x bw dx 1 2 x1 dx

2 (w) =

x3 1 x3 dw EA dx x bw dx 2 dx 2 x2

Step 2: Describe the behavior of each element Recall that in the direct stiffness approach for a bar element, we derived the stiffness matrix of each element directly (See lecture on Trusses) using the following steps: TASK 1: Approximate the displacement within each bar as a straight line TASK 2: Approximate the strains and stresses and realize that a bar (with the approximation stated in Task 1) is exactly like a spring with k=EA/L TASK 3: Use the principle of force equilibrium to generate the stiffness matrix

Now, we will show you a systematic way of deriving the stiffness matrix (sections 2.2 and 3.1 of Logan). TASK 1: APPROXIMATE THE DISPLACEMENT WITHIN EACH ELEMENT TASK 2: APPROXIMATE THE STRAIN and STRESS WITHIN EACH ELEMENT TASK 3: DERIVE THE STIFFNESS MATRIX OF EACH ELEMENT (next class) USING THE PRINCIPLE OF MIN. POT ENERGY Notice that the first two tasks are similar in the two methods. The only difference is that now we are going to use the principle of minimum potential energy, rather than force equilibrium, to derive the stiffness matrix.

TASK 1: APPROXIMATE THE DISPLACEMENT WITHIN EACH ELEMENT Simplest assumption: displacement varying linearly inside each bar

w(x) = a 0 + a 1x

d 1x

x

d 2x

Solve simultaneously

El #1 x2

a0 =

x2 x1 d 1x d 2x x 2 x1 x 2 x1 1 1 d 1x + d 2x x 2 x1 x 2 x1

x2 - x x - x1 d1x + d 2x = N1 (x)d1x + N 2 (x)d 2x x 2 x1 x 2 x1

N1 (x) N 2 (x)

a1 =

Hence

w(x) = a 0 + a 1x =

NOTES: PROPERTIES OF THE SHAPE FUNCTIONS (1) 1. Kronecker delta property: The shape function at any node has a value of 1 at that node and a value of zero at ALL other nodes. 1 1

w(x) = N d

Vector of nodal shape functions

x - x x - x1 N = [N 1 (x) N 2 (x)] = 2 x 2 x1 x 2 x1

Vector of nodal displacements

N 1 (x) =

x2 - x x 2 x1

x1 El #1 x2

N 2 (x) =

x

x - x1 x 2 x1

Check

N1 (x) = x2 - x x 2 x1 x 2 - x1 =1 x 2 x1 x2 - x2 =0 x 2 x1

d d = 1x d 2x

N1 (x = x1 ) =

and N1 (x = x 2 ) =

w (2) (x) =

3

3. Completeness

w (1) (x) =

x2 - x x - x1 d1x + d 2x x 2 x1 x 2 x1

x3 x 2

d 2x +

x3 x2

d 3x

N1 (x) + N 2 (x) = 1

for all x x2 - x ; x 2 x1 x - x1 x 2 x1

Use the expressions

N1 (x) = N 2 (x) =

x1 At x=x2

El #1

x2

El #2

x3

w (1) (x = x 2 ) =

x2 - x2 x -x d1x + 2 1 d 2x = d 2x x 2 x1 x 2 x1

And check

x -x x -x w (2) (x = x 2 ) = 3 2 d 2x + 2 2 d 3x = d 2x x3 x2 x3 x2

N1 (x) + N 2 (x) =

x2 - x x - x1 + =1 x 2 x 1 x 2 x1 x2 - x x - x1 x1 + x2 = x x 2 x1 x 2 x1

N1 (x) + N 2 (x) = 1

for all x

What do we mean by constant strain states? Assume that d1x=x1 and d2x=x2. The strain at ANY point (x) within the bar is

What do we mean by rigid body modes? Assume that d1x=d2x=1, this means that the element should translate in the positive x direction by 1. Hence ANY point (x) on the bar should have unit displacement. Let us see whether the displacement approximation allows this.

(x) =

d 2x d1x x 2 x1 = =1 x 2 x1 x 2 x1

YES!

Let us see whether the displacement approximation allows this. w(x) = N1 (x)d1x + N 2 (x)d 2x = N1 (x)x1 + N 2 (x)x 2 = x dw(x) =1 Hence, (x) = YES! dx

4. How to write the expressions for the shape functions easily (without having to derive them each time): Start with the Kronecker delta property (the shape function at any node has value of 1 at that node and a value of zero at all other nodes) 1 1

Compatibility + Completeness Convergence Ensure that the solution gets better as more elements are introduced and, in the limit, approaches the exact answer.

N 1 (x) =

x2 - x x 2 x1

x1 El #1 x2

N 2 (x) =

x

x - x1 x 2 x1

N1 (x) =

(x 2 - x ) Notice that the length of the element = x -x 2 1 (x 2 - x1 ) The denominator is x1 - x ) x - x1 ) ( ( = N 2 (x) = the numerator evaluated at (x1 - x 2 ) (x 2 - x1 )

the node itself

Node at which N1 is 0

N1 (x)

TASK 2: APPROXIMATE THE STRAIN and STRESS WITHIN EACH ELEMENT From equation (1), the displacement within each element 1

N 2 (x)

N 3 (x)

w(x) = N d

Recall that the strain in the bar

= dw dx

x1

x2 El #1

x3

Hence

dN = d=Bd dx dN B= dx

(x 2 - x )(x 3 - x ) N1 (x) = (x 2 - x1 )(x 3 - x1 ) (x1 - x )(x 3 - x ) N 2 (x) = (x1 - x 2 )(x 3 - x 2 ) (x1 - x )(x 2 - x ) N 3 (x) = (x1 - x 3 )(x 2 - x 3 )

(2)

This is a quadratic finite element in 1D and it has three nodes and three associated shape functions per element.

Displacement is linear

w(x) = a 0 + a1x

d 2x d 1x

x

x - x x - x1 N = [N 1 (x) N 2 (x)] = 2 x 2 x1 x 2 x1

Hence

-1 1 1 [ 1 1] B= = x 2 x1 x 2 x1 x 2 x1 -1 d 1x 1 =Bd= x 2 x 1 x 2 x 1 d 2x

El #1 x2

x1 Strain is constant d -d = 2x 1x x 2 x1

x

d 2x - d 1x x 2 x1

El #1 x2

Hence, strain is a constant within each element (only for a linear element)!

x1

du dx

Summary Inside an element, the three most important approximations in terms of the nodal displacements (d) are: Displacement approximation in terms of shape functions

= EB d

(3)

u(x) = N d

(1)

For a linear element the stress is also constant inside each element. This has the implication that the stress (and strain) is discontinuous across element boundaries in general.

(x) = B d

(2)

= EB d

(3)

x - x x - x 1 d 1x u(x) = 2 x 2 x 1 x 2 x 1 d 2x

Strain approximation

= d 1x 1 [ 1 1 ] d x 2 x1 2x d 1x E [ 1 1 ] x 2 x1 d 2x

Stress approximation

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