Tube Insertion MSC Marc 2005 r 2 MSC

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Tube Insertion MSC. Marc 2005 r 2 MSC. Patran 2005 r 2 Estimated Time

Tube Insertion MSC. Marc 2005 r 2 MSC. Patran 2005 r 2 Estimated Time for Completion: 8 minutes Experience Level: Higher

Topics Covered • • Creating Deformable contacts Creating Rigid contacts with translational and rotational

Topics Covered • • Creating Deformable contacts Creating Rigid contacts with translational and rotational motion control Creating Orthotropic material Creating 2 D Shell element with Homogeneous and Laminate options Applying Structural Static Analysis Applying Large Displacement/ Large Strain Analysis Modifying Contact Table 2

Problem Description • This example models two cylinders using thin shells. Initially, one cylinder

Problem Description • This example models two cylinders using thin shells. Initially, one cylinder lies inside another cylinder. Then, the inner tube starts to bend while the other is outer tube is fixed. The effect of buckling is demonstrated as a result of bending. The outer tube is made of an orthotropic material; the inner, slotted-off tube is made of a composite laminate experiencing local buckling. 3

Summary of Model Rigid surface (fixed) Contact (glued) Tube_inside Contact (glued) Tube_outside Rigid surface

Summary of Model Rigid surface (fixed) Contact (glued) Tube_inside Contact (glued) Tube_outside Rigid surface (rotation+translation) 4

Modify and Run Session File a c b d To run the session file

Modify and Run Session File a c b d To run the session file that reads other files, the location specified in the session file must correspond to the actual location of the files. a. b. c. d. e. f. e Locate and open the folder containing session and other files Open. ses file Enter the correct location of the folder and Press Ctrl+S buttons to save the file Click File menu / Select Session / Select Play Select. ses file Click Apply f 5

Expected Results (von Mises Stress) 6

Expected Results (von Mises Stress) 6