Vibration Analysis with SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2019

Vibration Analysis with SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2019 goes beyond the standard software manual.

Vibration Analysis with SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2019

Vibration Analysis with SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2019 goes beyond the standard software manual. It concurrently introduces the reader to vibration analysis and its implementation in SOLIDWORKS Simulation using hands-on exercises. A number of projects are presented to illustrate vibration analysis and related topics. Each chapter is designed to build on the skills and understanding gained from previous exercises. Vibration Analysis with SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2019 is designed for users who are already familiar with the basics of Finite Element Analysis (FEA) using SOLIDWORKS Simulation or who have completed the book Engineering Analysis with SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2019. Vibration Analysis with SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2019 builds on these topics in the area of vibration analysis. Some understanding of structural analysis and solid mechanics is recommended. Topics CoveredDifferences between rigid and elastic bodiesDiscrete and distributed vibration systemsModal analysis and its applicationsModal Superposition MethodModal Time History (Time Response) analysisHarmonic (Frequency Response) analysisRandom Vibration analysisResponse Spectrum analysisNonlinear Vibration analysisModeling techniques in vibration analysis

Engineering Analysis with SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2019

Engineering Analysis with SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2019 goes beyond the standard software manual.

Engineering Analysis with SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2019

Engineering Analysis with SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2019 goes beyond the standard software manual. Its unique approach concurrently introduces you to the SOLIDWORKS Simulation 2019 software and the fundamentals of Finite Element Analysis (FEA) through hands-on exercises. A number of projects are presented using commonly used parts to illustrate the analysis features of SOLIDWORKS Simulation. Each chapter is designed to build on the skills, experiences and understanding gained from the previous chapters. Topics covered Linear static analysis of parts and assembliesContact stress analysisFrequency (modal) analysisBuckling analysisThermal analysisDrop test analysisNonlinear analysisDynamic analysisRandom vibration analysish and p adaptive solution methodsModeling techniquesImplementation of FEA in the design processManagement of FEA projectsFEA terminology

Advances in Design Simulation and Manufacturing II

This book reports on topics at the interface between manufacturing, mechanical and chemical engineering.

Advances in Design  Simulation and Manufacturing II

This book reports on topics at the interface between manufacturing, mechanical and chemical engineering. It gives special emphasis to CAD/CAE systems, information management systems, advanced numerical simulation methods and computational modeling techniques, and their use in product design, industrial process optimization and in the study of the properties of solids, structures, and fluids. Control theory, ICT for engineering education as well as ecological design, and food technologies are also among the topics discussed in the book. Based on the 2nd International Conference on Design, Simulation, Manufacturing: The Innovation Exchange (DSMIE-2019), held on June 11-14, 2019, in Lutsk, Ukraine, the book provides academics and professionals with a timely overview and extensive information on trends and technologies behind current and future developments of Industry 4.0, innovative design and renewable energy generation.

Advances in Engineering Design

This book presents select proceedings of the International Conference on Future Learning Aspects of Mechanical Engineering (FLAME 2018).

Advances in Engineering Design

This book presents select proceedings of the International Conference on Future Learning Aspects of Mechanical Engineering (FLAME 2018). The book covers mechanical design areas such as computational mechanics, finite element modeling, computer aided designing, tribology, fracture mechanics, and vibration. The book brings together different aspects of engineering design, and will be useful for researchers and professionals working in this field.

Advances in Mechanical Engineering

The contents of this book will be useful for both academics and industry professionals. This book comprises select proceedings of the International Conference on Recent Innovations and Developments in Mechanical Engineering (IC-RIDME 2018).

Advances in Mechanical Engineering

This book comprises select proceedings of the International Conference on Recent Innovations and Developments in Mechanical Engineering (IC-RIDME 2018). The book contains peer reviewed articles covering thematic areas such as fluid mechanics, renewable energy, materials and manufacturing, thermal engineering, vibration and acoustics, experimental aerodynamics, turbo machinery, and robotics and mechatronics. Algorithms and methodologies of real-time problems are described in this book. The contents of this book will be useful for both academics and industry professionals.

Thermal Conductivity of Architected Cellular Metamaterials

"Bio-inspired cellular materials have attracted considerable attention in the past few decades.

Thermal Conductivity of Architected Cellular Metamaterials

"Bio-inspired cellular materials have attracted considerable attention in the past few decades. Low thermal conductivity, high impact absorbance, wide range of porosity and permeability, sound and vibration insulation, and lots of other interesting properties all at lower densities compared to regular solid materials like metals, make these materials worthy of a closer investigation. As a well-known example, wood with its outstanding properties is a cellular structure, which is the result of millions of years of evolution that has perfected the building blocks of plants. Understanding the underlying physical phenomenon responsible for the properties of cellular materials will pave the way towards designing new materials with unprecedented properties. A widely used artificial cellular architecture, especially in aviation industries, is the honeycomb core of the sandwich composites, which is lightweight and stiff, with in-plane isotropic properties and low thermal conductivity.With a similar inspiration, this thesis focuses on the thermal conductivity of 2D and 3D cellular metamaterials. With the help of CAD packages like Solidworks and ANSYS, different cell architectures are modeled and their effective thermal conductivities are obtained by adopting standard mechanics homogenization technique on a representative cell under periodic boundary conditions. A wide variety of 2D pore shapes based on a modified form of Gielis’ superformula is analyzed to inspect the effect of different topological parameters. Furthermore, a case study in 2D is provided to explore how the concept of functionally graded cellular materials can be used to tune the heat flow and temperature within a part made of cellular materials. 3D thin-walled open lattices are also introduced based on the 2D cells with supershape pores. Effective thermal conductivity of these 3D architectures are compared with those of Shellular materials. Discrete conformal mapping is employed to introduce holes in Shellular architectures, making it possible to adjust effective properties of the Shellular materials. While the relative density of a conformally-perforated Shellular material (CPSM) is less than its Shellular counterpart, the existence of holes further increases the overall permeability of this new architected metamaterial. Analysis of the correlation between the effective thermal conductivities of the underlying 2D and 3D architectures of the P-type CPSM shows the effect of using cellular structure at different length scales in designing a new ultralight metamaterial. Effective thermal conductivities of CPSM are studied under the assumption that same physics are applicable at the involved length scales, in other words, underlying 2D and 3D cellular architectures are both at continuum level and Fourier heat conduction can be used to accurately model heat conduction through these materials. On the other hand, for structures at the nanoscale, different physics are involved in heat transfer and sophisticated methods such as Molecular Dynamics simulation are mostly used to study their properties. To show the length scale dependency of effective properties, macroscopic counterparts of some nano-architected metamaterials with face centered cubic (FCC) and simple cubic (SC) arrangements, designed based on carbon nanotube (CNT) nanotrusses, are created and their effective properties are obtained using standard mechanics homogenization"--