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kerthivasan
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1 D Stress Analysis

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09-24-2011 07:52 PM

Hi.
As a part of my course, I am supposed to do 1 D stress analysis.

It was possible in ANSYS.

 

But how to do that in AD Inventor? (I can do basic 3 D stress analysis, bu I need to know how to do 1D)

 

So, is it possible in AD Inventor 2011 or only 3 D stress analysis is possible?

 

Thanks in advance for your reply.

What is the design geometry - can you post an example file?

Are you familiar with the Design Accelerators - beam/column/plate?

You might want to check out the FEA in AutoCAD Mechanical.

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Re: 1 D Stress Analysis

09-25-2011 09:20 AM in reply to: kerthivasan

What is the design geometry - can you post an example file?

Are you familiar with the Design Accelerators - beam/column/plate?

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Re: 1 D Stress Analysis

09-27-2011 01:19 AM in reply to: JDMather

Hi.
 

My problem is, there is a beam hanging vertically, to which an axial force of 100N is applied.
Now I have to find out the elongation using 1D spar element in ANSYS.
I have to do it as 1D only.
So in ANSYS I will first select the spar element, then draw a line whose length will be same
as that of the beam and th cross-sectional area of the beam is entered seperately in a dialog box that corresponds to the 1D spar element.

So, my question is to know whether I can do it in Autodesk Inventor or not?

Please see the picture at http://www.mece.ualberta.ca/tutorials/ansys/BT/Truss/images/Lines.gif

It is simillar to this, i need to model in Autodek Inventor. I am aware that the truss can be modelled in 3 D.

Also view http://www.mece.ualberta.ca/tutorials/ansys/IT/Density/images/Deform.gif

Thank you.

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kstate92
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Re: 1 D Stress Analysis

09-27-2011 05:01 AM in reply to: kerthivasan

You might want to check out the FEA in AutoCAD Mechanical.

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Re: 1 D Stress Analysis

10-10-2011 07:23 PM in reply to: kstate92

Thank you very much.  This was what I was expecting.

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Re: 1 D Stress Analysis

10-10-2011 07:24 PM in reply to: JDMather

Thank you very much.  This was what I expected.

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