Linear static stress and buckling analysis of a deck mould assembly. 2 Designs were analysed for the deck mould. 2 stress load cases were analysed with the mould in either horizontal or vertical positions, and 1 stress load case with the weight of the mould acting on the castors. All stresses were below the yield strength of the materials used, and the first buckling load multiplier was sufficiently high.
Linear static stress and buckling analysis of a deck mould assembly. The various stress load cases were performed with the deck mould being rotated at different angles, with the buckling analysis conducted when the deck mould was in its vertical position. Stresses and buckling load multiplier were reported.
Linear static stress analysis and linear buckling analysis of a boat cradle design. Beam and plate elements were used for the analysis. Upon completion, the design’s viability was confirmed as both the minimum factor of safety and lowest buckling load multiplier were acceptable.
Linear static stress analysis of a steel framework, with two load cases being analysed, one with the framework being vertical, the other horizontal. Beam and plate elements were used in the model. Stresses and bolt forces were reported and compared with their allowables.
Linear static stress and linear buckling analysis of a buried tank, using a quarter model. Multiple buckling analyses were performed with different loading conditions. For each of these analyses the minimum buckling load multiplier was reported to ensure the model would not buckle at loads below the intended operation loads.
Linear static stress and buckling analysis of a Ring Shredder assembly. In total 4 sub assemblies of the design were analysed. All of these sub assemblies had low stresses from the loads applied, and the minimum buckling load multiplier was very high. This proved the designs viability.