SIMULATION OF UNIAXIAL TENSILE TEST THROUGH OF FINITE ELEMENT METHOD

Cleginaldo Pereira Carvalho, João P Baltar

Resumo


With the globalization of companies and their respective products adding the necessity to minimize project costs, the technologies available in the market for product design and optimization have been used.
These technologies widely known today as Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Computer Aided Engineering (CAE), lead us to a refinement of the product to be developed globally with the company’s activities.
In general, the Finite Element Method (FEM) is widely disseminated through computational analysis, but such popularization has turned out to be mere software users without proper analysis or theoretical knowledge of how a structure should behave due to the resulting forces applied in it.
In view of the exposed situations, it is necessary to resume the basic concepts of the FEM and then perform the analysis with the computational tool, allowing a more refined and safe analysis of the results presented by the structural calculation software.
Through this research proposal, it will perform a comparison between the uniaxial traction test and modeling of the same through FEM.
In other words, the subject of this paper is the adjustment of finite element model with simple uniaxial tensile tests.
Due to the easy reproducibility of the test results and resources available to the university, this work will contribute for further researches at the campus in Finite Elements Analysis approaches.


Palavras-chave


Finite element method; tensile test; structural calculation; modeling.

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