I am working on Crack growth analysis of Turbocharger wheel and shaft assembly. I have simulated it as an axisymmetric problem with fine mesh around the cracktip(in Ansys). Element used is Plane182.
I have to compare the K1 and K2 values obtained from both the Displacement Extrapolation Method and J-Interal method.
I got the K1 an K2 values at the cracktip location by defining path using displacement extrapolation method.
But, I was not able to get the Stress intensity factor values (K1 nad K2) using J-Integral Method.
Please help me in this probem.
Thanks in advance.
I'm looking at the design forces acting on a vertically hinged mitre gate for flow control in a canal, (open channel flow). We know the maximum volumetric flow rate of the water flow when the gate is closing. How can I estimate the maximum force exerted on the gate as the water causes it to slam shut.
Effect of tornadoes on electrical power lines has been discussed by Sébastien Langlois in his M.Eng. thesis : “Design of Overhead Transmission Lines subject to Localized High Intensity Wind”. McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada, 2007 (available on-line on the “Theses Canada” portal). Work presents various national and international standards (ASCE, Cigré, IEC etc.), historical cases, as well as models for numerical simulation.
An interesting presentation of the state of the question by Dr Louis Cloutier, in 2008.
As a follow-up, here is a photograph of a (rather extreme) case of conductor fatigue.
I'm working with the element link8 (Ansys 12.1) and I have to introduced the tensile curve and compression curve, but I don't know, How I have to introduced its???
I have worked with the comands: TB: aniso, miso,..., I think the best option is: TB, user, but How I have to introduced the values of tensile and compression curve?, when this are different.
File attachment is the tensile and compression curve to introduce
Thank you, Toni
In studies where the interface of surface features, patterns, shapes etc., are being evaluated for orientation, it will be useful to quickly identify areas of interest over the entire profile of measurement. By segmenting a surface into significant areas the user can quickly evaluate boundaries, peaks, pits, areas, volumes and many others to understand their functional role in the entire surface profile under study. App Note: http://www.nanovea.com/Application%20Notes/surface-boundary.pdf
I saw that every 2 or 3 minutes came out a new post. Tomorrow is the deadline, and you are all crazy! Take a break and have some free chat.
Whilst picking up a joint of drill pipe with the PLS, the jaws opened,
and the pipe fell approximately 3 meters to the drill floor.
The red zone was enforced with barriers. There were no personnel
within the barriered off area. The pipe was recovered, with no damage to
the machinery, and the operation was continued after a TOFS.
An investigation team was sent from onshore, so we are awaiting the
outcome of that investigation. We can say it was observed that the jaw
function had been selected to ‘open’ and this may have happened when the
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i. Examine each component in turn
ii. Identify ways in which it can fail (Failure Modes)
iii. Identify the consequence of these failures (failure Effects)
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Topic 64: Discuss the risks and challenges involved in simultanous operations or co-activities in Oil and Gas activities.Submitted by Oghenekevwe Ovbije on Sun, 2012-12-09 03:40.
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