ASIP 2022 Training – Best Practices for the Modeling and Analysis of Bonded Doubler Repairs
Abstract: this 2-hour training course, originally presented at the ASIP 2022 conference in Phoenix, AZ, explored the following topics:
- StressCheck’s FEA technology implementation enabling modeling of very thin domains, including adhesive layers with 3D-solid elements.
- Best practices and guidelines for modeling and analyzing 3D bonded repair doubler variations (e.g. racetrack/rectangular, circular/elliptical, tapered, metallic, ply-by-ply, homogenized, etc.) for circular cutouts and grindouts.
- Performing “what if?” logic-driven studies of a digital 3D bonded repair handbook solution via StressCheck API-powered Engineering Simulation App, in which user-defined input data is passed from Python or Excel VBA to StressCheck Professional to perform scripted “on-the-fly” model adjustments and repair-oriented computations.
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Categories: Composites Module, Fracture Mechanics Module, Linear Elasticity Solver, MeshSim Advanced Module, Simulation Technology, StressCheck Core, StressCheck Powered Apps, StressCheck Professional. Tags: Bonded Repairs, Boundary Conditions, Convergence Extraction, Damage Tolerance, Design Study, Detailed Stress, Fracture Extraction, Fracture Mechanics, Geometry, Laminated Composites, Material Properties, Meshing, Numerical Simulation, Parametric Modeling, Parts, Plot Extraction, Points Extraction, Simulation Apps, Solid Modeling, Solution Configurations, StressCheck API, StressCheck GUI, Theory.