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Calculate the Maximum Bending Stress
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Calculate the Total Deformation at x=4m
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Static Structural Analysis System
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Engineering Data
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Saving
It would be of best interest, to save the project at this point. Click on the "Save As.." button, , which is located on the top of the Workbench window. Save the project as "Cantilever". When you save in ANSYS a file and a folder will be created. For instance if you save as "Cantilever", a "cantilever.wbpj" file and a folder called "cantilever_files" will appear. In order to reopen the ANSYS files in the future you will need both the ".wbpj" file and the folder. If you do not have BOTH, you will not be able to access your project.
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Analysis
Handout
Powerpoint slides used in the following videos can be downloaded here.
What's Under the ANSYS Blackbox?
To understand the framework of what's under the ANSYS blackbox, go through the videos in the “What’s Under the Blackbox” section of our free online course on ANSYSbased simulations. Registration is required to access this course. We'll be using this framework in this tutorial.
Mathematical Model
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EulerBernoulli Beam Theory
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Strains and Stresses
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Potential Energy
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Potential Energy Minimization
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Discretization
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Interpolation
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Algebraic Equations Derivation
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Hand Calculations
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Check Your Understanding
One or more of the following statements is/are true. Select which statements are true.
 3D Elasticity theory makes the assumption that plane sections remain plane whereas the EulerBernoulli beam theory doesn’t make this assumption.
 In EulerBernoulli beam theory, the Poisson's ratio is assumed to be zero.
 If we have 4 nodes instead of 3, ANSYS will need to determine 8 parameters (4 ydisplacements and 4 rotations) either from the essential boundary conditions or by solving a set of algebraic equations.
 If we have 4 nodes instead of 3, the number of algebraic equations that ANSYS will need to solve simultaneously will be 5.
 We have to determine the ydisplacement of the midline at locations between the nodes using interpolation. This interpolation is given by a secondorder polynomial.
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