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Motion Induced Stress Analysis

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hthomson
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Motion Induced Stress Analysis

Hi,

 

I often have to review steel weldments for structural integrity which are located on a moving vessel (Pitch, Roll, Heave etc). Previously I have calculated the forces induced due to the vessel motion and added teh forces to the model in a static analysis which works okay and has passed 3rd party verification in the past.

 

However I feel like it should be possible to miss out the hand calcs and input the vessel motion into Creo directly (i.e. pitches 8 degs in 5 secs, rolls 8 degs in 5 secs, heaves 10m in 10 secs etc etc..) and have it spit out the the resulting stresses. Can Creo do this (dynamic analysis?) and if so any pointers?

 

Thanks,

 

Hugh


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Re: Motion Induced Stress Analysis

Hugh,

You may have better luck in the Analysis and Simulation section under Creo. Most of those users are in the Creo forum also, so it may be a wash.

Maybe I'll see you around the office since we work at the same company!!

Steve


Steve Williams
Pro/E Version 15/16 (Circa 1995/1996)

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Re: Motion Induced Stress Analysis

Hugh,

You may have better luck in the Analysis and Simulation section under Creo. Most of those users are in the Creo forum also, so it may be a wash.

Maybe I'll see you around the office since we work at the same company!!

Steve


Steve Williams
Pro/E Version 15/16 (Circa 1995/1996)

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