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BDA 40303 FINITE ELEMENT METHOD WEEK 7


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LABORATORY SESSIONS By Dr. Izzuddin Zaman

INTRODUCTION
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There is a common mistake for users who do not have sufficient knowledge in vibrations. Users will think the displacement results and other results generated in every mode shape are absolute values. They will interpret and read the result as seen in the contour.

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The displacements, stresses, strains calculations of every mode are based on relative or normalized values. The mode shapes represent relative amplitudes of vibration rather than absolute displacements. Since there are no uniquely defined forces in eigen value analysis, the displacements are arbitrary but proportional to each other to properly define the mode shape.
Solid elements should replace the shell elements. The unit natural frequency in LISA is rad/s if you want to use Hz then you should divide it by 2.
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EXERCISE 1:

TWO-DIMENSIONAL
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A cantilever beam as illustrated in Figure. The length of the beam is 1.2m and cross-section 0.2m x 0.05m. The material properties of the beam are Youngs modulus E = 200GPa, Poisson ratio = 0.3, density = 7860 kg/m3. Determine natural frequencies of the cantilever beam.

EXERCISE 1:
TIPS FOR SOLUTION
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Analysis Type >2D >Modal Vibration > Plain and Truss


Model > Global Properties To decide how many natural frequencies of interest.

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Define the material properties use plate membrane element with thickness 0.05m. Create the basic geometrical model 1.2m x 0.2m and do the meshing 404 of Quad4 elements Define constraints
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EXERCISE 1:
TIPS FOR SOLUTION
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Mode 1:The first natural frequency is 190.1792 rad/s or 30.628 Hz (the calculation prediction is 28.34 Hz). Mode 2: The second mode is at frequency of 1183.943 rad/s or 188.43 Hz. Mode 3: The third mode is at frequency of 3282.549 rad/s or 522.434 Hz.

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EXERCISE 2:

THREE-DIMENSIONAL
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A cantilever beam as illustrated in Figure. The length of the beam is 1.2m and cross-section 0.2m x 0.05m. The material properties of the beam are Youngs modulus E = 200GPa, Poisson ratio = 0.3, density = 7860 kg/m3. Determine natural frequencies of the cantilever beam.

EXERCISE 2:
TIPS FOR SOLUTION
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Type of Analysis - 3D > Modal Vibration and Shell and Frame

Materials>Geometry- choose None


Materials> Mechanical tab - Choose Isotropic Create nodes from defined geometry Chose Hex8 Elements > Refine Customs; 40, 4, 5 Constraint

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EXERCISE 2:
TIPS FOR SOLUTION
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EXERCISE 3:
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A building structure as seen in module 3 exercise 4 will be analyzed its natural frequencies. In this exercise every member is divided into two elements.

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The roof is represented by several concentrated mass as illustrated below. The concentrated mass is 100 kg each. Find the first four natural frequencies. All supported foundations are rigidly fixed (all translations and rotations are fixed).
The mass density of the materials are all 8000 kg/m3.

EXERCISE 3:

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EXERCISE 3:

Create Nodes

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EXERCISE 3:
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Create Elements

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EXERCISE 3:
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Material Properties

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Boundary Conditions

Fixed nodes 1, 6, 7, 12, 13 and 18 at all direction


Loadings

Mass 100 kg at allocated nodes

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