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Simple buckling analysis Workbench 14.0 Aalborg Universitet esbjerg Søren Heide Lambertsen
Start a static structural analysis and insert the boundary condition. In this ensample a Force at 1000 N is used.
1000 N force and a fixed support.
Then solve and plot the deformation and close the window.
Right click on the solution and click on Linear buckling.
A Linear Buckling will start and use the data from the Static Structural. Double click on Setup at the Linear Buckling analysis
Then this windows will appear
To find the first 3 mode by set the max modes to find to 3 and solve
Plot the deformation at the left the buckling multiplier level are shown.
Plot buckling mode 3 by changing the mode number to 3 and solve.
In these tutorials the use adaptive mesh refinement will be review Workbench 12.1 Aalborg Universitet esbjerg Søren Heide Lambertsen.
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In these tutorials the import of a externel geometry will be review Workbench 12.1 Aalborg Universitet Esbjerg Søren Heide Lambertsen
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Calculation of the Stress intensity factor with CINT command in 2D Workbench 13.0 Aalborg Universitet esbjerg Søren Heide Lambertsen.
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