Vibration Simulation Using MATLAB and ANSYS

Author: Michael R. Hatch

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 676

View: 338

Transfer function form, zpk, state space, modal, and state space modal forms. For someone learning dynamics for the first time or for engineers who use the tools infrequently, the options available for constructing and representing dynamic mechanical models can be daunting. It is important to find a way to put them all in perspective and have them available for quick reference. It is also important to have a strong understanding of modal analysis, from which the total response of a system can be constructed. Finally, it helps to know how to take the results of large dynamic finite element models and build small MATLAB® state space models. Vibration Simulation Using MATLAB and ANSYS answers all those needs. Using a three degree-of-freedom (DOF) system as a unifying theme, it presents all the methods in one book. Each chapter provides the background theory to support its example, and each chapter contains both a closed form solution to the problem-shown in its entirety-and detailed MATLAB code for solving the problem. Bridging the gap between introductory vibration courses and the techniques used in actual practice, Vibration Simulation Using MATLAB and ANSYS builds the foundation that allows you to simulate your own real-life problems. Features Demonstrates how to solve real problems, covering the vibration of systems from single DOF to finite element models with thousands of DOF Illustrates the differences and similarities between different models by tracking a single example throughout the book Includes the complete, closed-form solution and the MATLAB code used to solve each problem Shows explicitly how to take the results of a realistic ANSYS finite element model and develop a small MATLAB state-space model Provides a solid grounding in how individual modes of vibration combine for overall system response

Vibration Simulation Using MATLAB and ANSYS

Author: Michael R. Hatch

Publisher: Chapman and Hall/CRC

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 676

View: 118

Transfer function form, zpk, state space, modal, and state space modal forms. For someone learning dynamics for the first time or for engineers who use the tools infrequently, the options available for constructing and representing dynamic mechanical models can be daunting. It is important to find a way to put them all in perspective and have them available for quick reference. It is also important to have a strong understanding of modal analysis, from which the total response of a system can be constructed. Finally, it helps to know how to take the results of large dynamic finite element models and build small MATLAB® state space models. Vibration Simulation Using MATLAB and ANSYS answers all those needs. Using a three degree-of-freedom (DOF) system as a unifying theme, it presents all the methods in one book. Each chapter provides the background theory to support its example, and each chapter contains both a closed form solution to the problem-shown in its entirety-and detailed MATLAB code for solving the problem. Bridging the gap between introductory vibration courses and the techniques used in actual practice, Vibration Simulation Using MATLAB and ANSYS builds the foundation that allows you to simulate your own real-life problems. Features Demonstrates how to solve real problems, covering the vibration of systems from single DOF to finite element models with thousands of DOF Illustrates the differences and similarities between different models by tracking a single example throughout the book Includes the complete, closed-form solution and the MATLAB code used to solve each problem Shows explicitly how to take the results of a realistic ANSYS finite element model and develop a small MATLAB state-space model Provides a solid grounding in how individual modes of vibration combine for overall system response

Acoustic Analyses Using MATLAB and ANSYS

Author: Carl Q. Howard

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN:

Category: ANSYS (Computer system)

Page: 708

View: 288

This book describes the use of Ansys finite element analysis software and MATLAB® to solve acoustic problems. These range from simple textbook problems, to complex ones that can only be solved using FEA software. The book includes instructions on relevant mathematical modelling, and hints on the use of Ansys software. The MATLAB source code provides readers with valuable tools for doing their own validations, and is available for download. The book provides practical training in the use of FEA for basic modelling and solving acoustic problems

ANSYS Tutorial Release 12.1

Author: Kent L. Lawrence

Publisher: SDC Publications

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page:

View: 141

The nine lessons in this book introduce the reader to effective finite element problem solving by demonstrating the use of the comprehensive ANSYS FEM Release 12.1 software in a series of step-by-step tutorials. The tutorials are suitable for either professional or student use. The lessons discuss linear static response for problems involving truss, plane stress, plane strain, axisymmetric, solid, beam, and plate structural elements. Example problems in heat transfer, thermal stress, mesh creation and transferring models from CAD solid modelers to ANSYS are also included. The tutorials progress from simple to complex. Each lesson can be mastered in a short period of time, and Lessons 1 through 7 should all be completed to obtain a thorough understanding of basic ANSYS structural analysis.

Emerging Design Solutions in Structural Health Monitoring Systems

Author: Diego Alexander Tibaduiza Burgos

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 337

View: 365

"This book seeks to advance cutting-edge research in the field, with a special focus on cross-disciplinary work involving recent advances in IT, enabling structural-health experts to wield groundbreaking new models of artificial intelligence as a diagnostic tool capable of identifying future problems before they even appear"--Provided by publisher.

ANSYS Tutorial Release 2020

Author: Kent Lawrence

Publisher: SDC Publications

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 192

View: 306

The eight lessons in this book introduce you to effective finite element problem solving by demonstrating the use of the comprehensive ANSYS FEM Release 2020 software in a series of step-by-step tutorials. The tutorials are suitable for either professional or student use. The lessons discuss linear static response for problems involving truss, plane stress, plane strain, axisymmetric, solid, beam, and plate structural elements. Example problems in heat transfer, thermal stress, mesh creation and transferring models from CAD solid modelers to ANSYS are also included. The tutorials progress from simple to complex. Each lesson can be mastered in a short period of time, and lessons 1 through 7 should all be completed to obtain a thorough understanding of basic ANSYS structural analysis. The concise treatment includes examples of truss, beam and shell elements completely updated for use with ANSYS APDL 2020.

ANSYS Workbench Tutorial Release 14

Author: Kent L. Lawrence

Publisher: SDC Publications

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 291

View: 824

The exercises in ANSYS Workbench Tutorial Release 14 introduce you to effective engineering problem solving through the use of this powerful modeling, simulation and optimization software suite. Topics that are covered include solid modeling, stress analysis, conduction/convection heat transfer, thermal stress, vibration, elastic buckling and geometric/material nonlinearities. It is designed for practicing and student engineers alike and is suitable for use with an organized course of instruction or for self-study. The compact presentation includes just over 100 end-of-chapter problems covering all aspects of the tutorials.

ANSYS Tutorial Release 13

Author: Kent L. Lawrence

Publisher: SDC Publications

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 178

View: 313

The eight lessons in this book introduce the reader to effective finite element problem solving by demonstrating the use of the comprehensive ANSYS FEM Release 13 software in a series of step-by-step tutorials. The tutorials are suitable for either professional or student use. The lessons discuss linear static response for problems involving truss, plane stress, plane strain, axisymmetric, solid, beam, and plate structural elements. Example problems in heat transfer, thermal stress, mesh creation and transferring models from CAD solid modelers to ANSYS are also included. The tutorials progress from simple to complex. Each lesson can be mastered in a short period of time, and Lessons 1 through 7 should all be completed to obtain a thorough understanding of basic ANSYS structural analysis.

Structural Dynamics

Concepts and Applications

Author: Henry R. Busby

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 581

View: 321

Structural Dynamics: Concepts and Applications focuses on dynamic problems in mechanical, civil and aerospace engineering through the equations of motion. The text explains structural response from dynamic loads and the modeling and calculation of dynamic responses in structural systems. A range of applications is included, from various engineering disciplines. Coverage progresses consistently from basic to advanced, with emphasis placed on analytical methods and numerical solution techniques. Stress analysis is discussed, and MATLAB applications are integrated throughout. A solutions manual and figure slides for classroom projection are available for instructors.

Finite Element Method

Simulation, Numerical Analysis and Solution Techniques

Author: Păcurar Răzvan

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 322

View: 595

The book entitled Finite Element Method: Simulation, Numerical Analysis, and Solution Techniques aims to present results of the applicative research performed using FEM in various engineering fields by researchers affiliated to well-known universities. The book has a profound interdisciplinary character and is mainly addressed to researchers, PhD students, graduate and undergraduate students, teachers, engineers, as well as all other readers interested in the engineering applications of FEM. I am confident that readers will find information and challenging topics of high academic and scientific level, which will encourage them to enhance their knowledge in this engineering domain having a continuous expansion. The applications presented in this book cover a broad spectrum of finite element applications starting from mechanical, electrical, or energy production and finishing with the successful simulation of severe meteorological phenomena.