Presentation on theme: "Wound Composite Modeler for Abaqus"— Presentation transcript:
1Wound Composite Modeler for Abaqus %course_title%%lesson_title%%step_title%Wound Composite Modeler for AbaqusCopyright DASSAULT SYSTEMES6.13
2About this Course Course objectives Targeted audience Prerequisites Composite Overwrapped Pressure Vessels (COPVs) are increasingly being used in industry applications where their reduced weight over metallic vessel alternatives are an advantage for high pressure fluid storage. Simulating COPV performance with finite element analysis is a challenge because of the complex material structures and time consuming model setup requirements. This seminar provides an introduction to COPV modeling using the Wound Composite Modeler for Abaqus (WCM).Course topics:Defining the liner (mandrel) geometryGenerating composite layup for symmetric or unsymmetrical tanksPolar boss buildup controlsMesh partitioning and meshing of tankMaterial property generation and orientationsPerforming an autofrettage analysesPerforming liner debonding analysesAutomated tool for generating layer path plotsMicro-mechanics moduleTargeted audienceSimulation AnalystsPrerequisitesThis course does not require previous experience with Abaqus and Abaqus/CAE, although it is recommended.
3Day 1 Lecture 1 Wound Composite Modeler for Abaqus Background of Composite Overwrapped Pressure Vessels (COPVs)Netting analysisTheory of composites for COPVsIntroduction to Wound Composite ModelerExample finite element modelWorkshop 1: Generating 2D Wound Composite ModelsLecture 2 Wound Composite Modeler and 3D modelsStep-by-Step 3D model building procedureBrick vs. cylindrical elementsWorkshop 2: Generating 3D Wound Composite ModelsLecture 3 Wound Composite Modeler and Autofrettage AnalysisWhat is autofrettagePlasticity basics in AbaqusAutofrettage in WCMPost-processing an autofrettage analysisWorkshop 3: autofrettage AnalysisWorkshop 4: COPV DesignWorkshop 5: Buckling/Debonding AnalysisLecture 4 Wound Composite Modeler and Micro-mechanicsMicro-mechanics basicsTheory and load cases
4Day 2 and Day 3 Hands-On Model Building of Customer’s COPVs Import and mesh 2D and 3D customer liner geometryConvert winding table layup from CAD winding software into WCMBuild 2D and 3D modelsPost-process 2D and 3D models