Introduction to Finite Element Analysis Using I-Deas 9

Introduction to Finite Element Analysis Using I-Deas 9

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Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Introduction 2 (1)
Development of Finite Element Analysis 2 (1)
FEA Modeling Considerations 3 (1)
Types of Finite Elements 4 (2)
Finite Element Analysis Procedure 6 (1)
Matrix Definitions 6 (3)
Getting Started with I-DEAS 9 (1)
I-DEAS Data Management Concepts 9 (2)
Starting I-DEAS 11(2)
I-DEAS Screen Layout 13(1)
Mouse Buttons 14(1)
Icon Panel 15(1)
Prompts 16(1)
Lists 16(1)
Quick Help 16(1)
Icon Operation 17(1)
Leaving I-DEAS 17(1)
Questions 18
The Direct Stiffness Method
Introduction 2 (1)
One-dimensional Truss Element 3 (7)
Example 2.1 5 (2)
Example 2.2 7 (3)
Basic Solid Modeling using I-DEAS Master 10(1)
Modeler
The Adjuster Block Design 10(1)
Starting I-DEAS 10(1)
Units Setup 11(1)
Step 1: Creating a rough sketch 12(1)
Graphics Cursors 13(1)
Dynamic Navigator 13(3)
Dynamic Viewing Functions 16(1)
Basic Editing -- Using the Eraser 17(1)
Creating a Single Line 18(1)
Consideration of Design Intent 19(1)
Step 2: Apply/Delete/Modify constraints 20(1)
and dimensions
Creating Desired Dimensions 21(1)
Modifying Dimensional Values 22(2)
Pre-selection of Entities 24(2)
Step 3: Completing the Base Solid Feature 26(1)
Display Viewing Commands 27(1)
Display Icon Panel 27(1)
View Icons 28(2)
Workplane -- It is an XY CRT, but an XYZ 30(1)
World
Workplane appearance 31(3)
Step 4: Adding additional features 34(1)
Step 4-1: Adding an extruded feature 35(3)
Step 4-2: Adding a cut feature 38(2)
Extrusion -- Cut option 40(1)
Save the Part and Exit 41(1)
Questions 42(1)
Exercises 43
Two-Dimensional Truss Element
Introduction 2 (1)
Truss Element in Two-Dimensional Spaces 2 (3)
Coordinate Transformation 5 (5)
Example 3.1 9 (1)
Global Stiffness Matrix 10(9)
Example 3.2 13(6)
Questions 19(1)
Exercises 20
I-DEAS Two-Dimensional Truss Analysis
Finite Element Analysis Procedure 2 (1)
Problem Statement 3 (1)
Preliminary Analysis 3 (1)
Starting I-DEAS 4 (1)
Units Setup 5 (1)
Create a FE Model 5 (1)
Workplane Appearance 6 (1)
Creating Node Points by Entering 7 (2)
Coordinates
Making Copies of Node Points 9 (1)
Material Property Table 10(1)
Setting Up an Element Cross Section 11(1)
Creating Elements 12(2)
Applying Boundary Conditions 14(2)
Applying External Loads 16(2)
Running the Solver 18(2)
Viewing the Results 20(5)
Questions 25(1)
Exercises 26
Three-Dimensional Truss Analysis
Three-Dimensional Coordinate 2 (1)
Transformation Matrix
Stiffness Matrix 3 (1)
Degrees of Freedom 3 (2)
Problem Statement 5 (1)
Preliminary Analysis 5 (2)
Starting I-DEAS 7 (1)
Workplane Appearance 8 (1)
Creating Node Points 9 (2)
Material Property Table 11(1)
Setting Up an Element Cross Section 12(1)
Creating Elements 13(3)
Applying Loads and Boundary Conditions 16(2)
Running the Solver 18(2)
Viewing the Results -- Axial Forces 20(3)
Viewing the Results -- Stresses 23(2)
Questions 25(1)
Exercises 26
Basic Beam Analysis
Introduction 2 (1)
Modeling Considerations 2 (1)
Problem Statement 3 (1)
Preliminary Analysis 3 (3)
Starting I-DEAS 6 (1)
Workplane Appearance 7 (1)
Creating Node Points 8 (1)
Making Copies of Node Points 9 (1)
Material Property Table 10(1)
Setting Up an Element Cross Section 11(1)
Creating Elements 12(3)
Apply Boundary Conditions 15(2)
Concentrated Force 17(1)
Distributed Load 18(1)
Running the Solver 19(2)
View the Results -- Reaction Forces 21(2)
What Went Wrong? 23(1)
Correct the Mistake 23(2)
Run the Solver 25(1)
View the Results -- Reaction Forces 26(2)
Shear Diagram 28(3)
Moment Diagram 31(2)
Questions 33(1)
Exercises 34
Beam Analysis Tools
Introduction 2 (1)
Problem Statement 2 (1)
Preliminary Analysis 3 (1)
Stress Components 4 (2)
Starting I-DEAS 6 (1)
Workplane Appearance 7 (1)
Using the Create Part option 8 (1)
Creating a Wireframe Model of the System 8 (2)
A Cad Model is Not an Fea Model 10(1)
Creating an Element Cross Section 10(1)
Setup of an FEA Model Name 11(1)
Material Property Table 12(1)
Define Beam Auto-Mesh 13(1)
Create Beam Auto-Mesh 14(1)
Create a Coordinate System for the 15(2)
Inclined Support
Node Orientation Alignment 17(1)
Apply Boundary Condition 18(1)
Apply Boundary Condition for the Inclined 19(1)
Support
Distributed Load 20(2)
Running the Solver 22(1)
View the Results -- Reaction Forces 23(4)
Z Bending Moment Diagram 27(2)
Axial Load Diagram 29(1)
Shear Diagram 30(1)
Maximum Normal Stress in the Member 31(2)
Questions 33(1)
Exercises 34
Statically Indeterminate Structures
Introduction 2 (1)
Problem Statement 3 (1)
Preliminary Analysis 3 (3)
Starting I-DEAS 6 (1)
Workplane Appearance 7 (1)
Using the Create Part option 8 (1)
Creating a Wireframe Model of the System 8 (2)
Creating an Element Cross Section 10(1)
Setup of an FEA Model Name 11(1)
Material Property Table 11(1)
Define Beam Auto-Mesh 12(2)
Create Beam Auto-Mesh 14(1)
Checking Coincident Nodes 15(1)
Apply Boundary Conditions 16(1)
Apply external Loads 17(1)
Build a Boundary Condition Set 18(1)
Running the Solver 19(1)
View the Results -- Reaction Forces 20(1)
View the Results -- Reactions at Point A 21(3)
Shear Diagram 24(2)
Z Bending Moment Diagram 26(1)
Maximum Bending Stress in the Member 27(2)
Questions 29(1)
Exercises 30
Two-Dimensional Solid Elements
Introduction 2 (1)
Problem Statement 3 (1)
Preliminary Analysis 3 (2)
Considerations of Finite Elements 5 (1)
Starting I-DEAS 6 (1)
Workplane Appearance 7 (1)
Using the Create Part option 8 (1)
Creating a CAD Model of the system 9 (1)
Add Dimensions 10(1)
Extrusion 11(1)
Create a Cut Feature 12(4)
Geometric Based Analysis 16(1)
Apply Boundary Conditions 17(2)
Apply the External Loads 19(1)
Boundary Condition Set 20(1)
Material Property Table 21(1)
Define Auto-Mesh 21(1)
Create the Mesh 22(1)
Define the Thickness of the Elements 23(1)
Run the Solver 24(1)
View the Results 25(3)
Delete the Solution Set and the Mesh 28(1)
Refining the Mesh-- Method 1: Free Options 29(1)
Create the Mesh 30(1)
Delete the Solution Set and the Mesh 31(1)
Refining the Mesh-- Method 2: Define Free 32(2)
Local
Questions 34(1)
Exercises 35
Three-Dimensional Solid Elements
Introduction 2 (1)
Starting I-DEAS 3 (1)
Workplane Appearance 4 (1)
Using the Create Part option 5 (1)
Creating a CAD Model of the system 5 (4)
Rounded Corners -- 2-D Fillets 9 (1)
Complete the Extrusion 10(2)
Create Another Protrude Feature 12(1)
Create a Cutout Feature 13(2)
Rounded Corners -- 3-D Fillets 15(1)
Setup of an FEA Model 16(1)
Apply Boundary Condition 17(1)
Apply the External Loads 18(2)
Boundary Condition Set 20(1)
Material Property Table 20(2)
Define Auto-Mesh 22(1)
Create the Mesh 23(1)
Run the Solver 24(1)
View the Results 25(2)
Conclusion 27(2)
Questions 29(1)
Exercises 30
Index