# Abaqus/CAE (ver. 6.14*) Plate/Shell Tutorial

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1 Abaqus/CAE (ver. 6.14*) Plate/Shell Tutorial Problem Description The aluminum arch (E = 79 GPa, ν = 0.33) shown below is completely clamped along the flat faces. The arch supports a pressure of 100 MPa. In this example, we also practice how to mesh a portion of geometry and how to avoid modeling unnecessary segments! This tutorial is applicable to earlier versions ( ) of Abaqus/CAE 2016 Hormoz Zareh 1 Portland State University, Mechanical Engineering

2 Analysis Steps 1. Start Abaqus and choose to create a new model database 2. In the model tree double click on the Parts node (or right click on parts and select Create) 3. In the Create Part dialog box (shown above) name the part and a. Select 3D b. Select Deformable c. Select Shell d. Select Extrusion e. Set approximate size = 100 f. Click Continue 4. Create the geometry shown below (not discussed here). Units shown are in mm Hormoz Zareh 2 Portland State University, Mechanical Engineering

3 a. Click Done b. Set Depth = 10 c. Click OK 5. Double click on the Materials node in the model tree a. Name the new material and give it a description b. Click on the Mechanical tab Elasticity Elastic c. Define Young s Modulus (79000) and the Poisson s Ratio (0.33). Note these values use SI (mm) units. i. WARNING: There are no predefined system of units within Abaqus, so the user is responsible for ensuring that the correct values are specified ii. See the table of consistent units below Quantity SI SI (mm) US Unit (ft) US Unit (inch) Length m mm ft in Force N N lbf lbf Mass kg tonne (10 3 kg) slug lbf s 2 /in Time s s s s Stress Pa (N/m 2 )MPa (N/mm 2 ) lbf/ft 2 psi (lbf/in 2 ) Energy J mj (10 3 J) ft lbf in lbf Density kg/m 3 tonne/mm 3 slug/ft 3 lbf s 2 /in 4 d. Click OK 2016 Hormoz Zareh 3 Portland State University, Mechanical Engineering

4 6. Double click on the Sections node in the model tree a. Name the section shell_properties and select Shell for the category and Homogeneous for the type b. Click Continue c. Select the material created above (aluminum) and set the thickness to 1 (mm). d. Adjust the thickness integration points if necessary i. For Simpson integration the number of points must be odd and between 3 and 15 ii. For Gauss integration the number of points must be between 2 and 15 e. Click OK (default Simpson was selected) 7. Expand the Parts node in the model tree, expand the node of the part just created, and double click on Section Assignments a. Select the entire geometry in the viewport and press Done in the prompt area b. Select the section created above (shell_properties). c. Specify shell offset if necessary. For this example use the default of middle surface. d. Click OK 2016 Hormoz Zareh 4 Portland State University, Mechanical Engineering

5 8. In the toolbox area click on the Partition Face: Sketch icon a. Select all faces and click Done b. Select one of the flat faces as the sketch plane c. Specify Through All for the projection distance. Note the arrow should encompass the entire part. d. Select Flip if the arrow showing the project direction is incorrect, and/or press OK e. Select one of the edges on the end of the part as the vertical sketch direction f. Create a sketch that will divide the part into quarters. For example: draw a vertical line, select the equal distance constraint, pick the node at the upper right, pick the node at the upper left, then pick the drawn vertical line. The constraint will move the line to the midpoint. g. Select Done 2016 Hormoz Zareh 5 Portland State University, Mechanical Engineering

6 You may need to repeat the sketching and partitioning process a few times until all surfaces have been partitioned as shown below. For the curved segment, you may define a datum plane that passes through the midsection and then use partition by datum plane to accomplish the task. 9. Expand the Assembly node in the model tree and then double click on Instances a. Select Dependent for the instance type b. Click OK 10. Save the model a. This model will be used as a starting place for further tutorials 2016 Hormoz Zareh 6 Portland State University, Mechanical Engineering

7 11. Double click on the Steps node in the model tree a. Name the step, set the procedure to General, and select Static, General b. Give the step a description 12. Expand the History Output Requests node in the model tree, and then right click on H Output 1 (H Output 1 was automatically generated when creating the step) and select Delete 2016 Hormoz Zareh 7 Portland State University, Mechanical Engineering

8 13. Expand the Field Output Requests node in the model tree, and then double click on F Output 1 (F Output 1 was automatically generated when creating the step) a. Uncheck the variables Strains and Contact 14. Because the part is symmetrical, and the flat surfaces are fully restrained, only a quarter of the arch needs to be modeled. Thus we need to fix the edges. 15. Double click on the BCs node in the model tree a. Name the boundary conditioned Fixed and select Symmetry/Antisymmetry/Encastre for the type 2016 Hormoz Zareh 8 Portland State University, Mechanical Engineering

9 b. Select the edge shown below and click Done c. Select ENCASTRE for the boundary condition and click OK Note: Restraining the entire surface will be inefficient, requiring unnecessary meshing of the portion of the geometry which will have no influence on the stiffness properties, and thus the result of simulation. Therefore, the restraint is applied to the shown edge to reduce the problem size. Noting this, the geometry creation could have been simplified right from the start! 2016 Hormoz Zareh 9 Portland State University, Mechanical Engineering

10 16. Double click on the BCs node in the model tree a. Name the boundary conditioned Zsymm and select Symmetry/Antisymmetry/Encastre for the type b. Select the edge shown below and click Done c. Select ZSYMM for the boundary condition d. Repeat for the other edge and select XSYMM to apply x dir symmetry condition Hormoz Zareh 10 Portland State University, Mechanical Engineering

11 17. Double click on the Loads node in the model tree a. Name the load Pressure and select Pressure as the type b. Select the quarter of the arch surface with the boundary conditions applied to it c. Select the color corresponding to the top surface where the pressure is applied (Purple in the example shown) d. For the magnitude enter Hormoz Zareh 11 Portland State University, Mechanical Engineering

12 18. In the model tree double click on Mesh for the Arch part, and in the toolbox area click on the Assign Element Type icon a. Select the portion of the geometry associated with the boundary conditions and load b. Select Standard for element type c. Select Linear for geometric order d. Select Shell for family, be sure to uncheck the box marked Reduced Integration under Quad tab. e. Note that the name of the element (S4) and its description are given below the element controls f. Select OK 19. In the toolbox area click on the Assign Mesh Controls icon a. Select the portion of the geometry associated with the boundary conditions and load b. Change the element shape to Quad and change the Technique to Structured. 20. In the toolbox area click on the Seed Edges icon a. Select the shorter edges of the portion of the geometry associated with the boundary conditions and load i. Select By Number method and Specify 5 elements 2016 Hormoz Zareh 12 Portland State University, Mechanical Engineering

13 b. Repeat step a. for the longer curved edges of the portion of the geometry associated with the boundary conditions and load ii. Specify 10 elements c. Select Done 21. In the toolbox area click on the Mesh Region icon d. Select the portion of the geometry associated with the boundary conditions and load e. Select Done 2016 Hormoz Zareh 13 Portland State University, Mechanical Engineering

14 22. In the model tree double click on the Job node a. Name the job arch_linear_static b. Give the job a description 23. In the model tree right click on the job just created (arch_linear_static) and select Submit f. Ignore the message about unmeshed portions of the geometry, click yes to continue. g. While Abaqus is solving the problem right click on the job submitted (arch_linear_static), and select Monitor h. In the Monitor window check that there are no errors or warnings iii. If there are errors, investigate the cause(s) before resolving iv. If there are warnings, determine if the warnings are relevant, some warnings can be safely ignored 2016 Hormoz Zareh 14 Portland State University, Mechanical Engineering

15 24. In the model tree right click on the submitted and successfully completed job (arch_linear_static), and select Results 25. In the menu bar click on Viewport Viewport Annotations Options a. Uncheck the Show compass option b. The locations of viewport items can be specified on the corresponding tab in the Viewport Annotations Options 2016 Hormoz Zareh 15 Portland State University, Mechanical Engineering

16 26. Display the deformed contour of the (Von) Mises stress overlaid with the undeformed geometry a. In the toolbox area click on the following icons i. Plot Contours on Deformed Shape ii. Allow Multiple Plot States iii. Plot Undeformed Shape 2016 Hormoz Zareh 16 Portland State University, Mechanical Engineering

17 27. In the toolbox area click on the Common Plot Options icon a. Set the Deformation Scale Factor to 10 b. Click OK 28. To determine the stress values, click on the probe values icon a. Set the probe to Nodes b. In the viewport mouse over the element of interest c. Note that Abaqus reports stress values at the integration points, which may differ slightly from the values determined by extrapolating values from the surrounding integration points to the nodes. i. The minimum and maximum stress values contained in the legend are from the stresses projected to the nodes d. Click on an element to store it in the Selected Probe Values portion of the dialogue box 29. The field output tool bar can be used to change the output displayed a. The middle drop down tab selects the field output of interest. b. The right drop down is used to select the variant or component Hormoz Zareh 17 Portland State University, Mechanical Engineering

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