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Unformatted text preview: is used to get fracture mechanics stress intensity factor (KI) by displacement extrapolation (KCALC command), and J-Integral methods. A user file JIN1 is created in the input. It consists of path operations necessary to compute the J-Integral. In general usage, the user file would be available in the local directory rather than being created in the input. Results Comparison KI Target ANSYS Ratio Using SOLID95 and SOLID45 (3-D Analysis) By Displacement Extrapolation[1] 1.0249 1.0620 1.036 By J-Integral[2] 1.0249 1.0458 1.020 By Displacement Extrapolation[1] 1.0249 1.0587 1.033 By J-Integral[2] 1.0249 1.0561 1.030 Using PLANE82 (2-D Analysis) Using SOLID186 and SOLID185 (3-D Analysis) By Displacement Extrapolation1] 1.0249 1.0595 1.034 By J-Integral2] 1.0249 1.0493 1.024 1. As parameter KI1 by KCALC command 2. As parameter KI2 1–318 ANSYS Verification Manual . ANSYS Release 9.0 . 002114 . © SAS IP, Inc. VM144: Bending of a Composite Beam Overview Reference: R. J. Roark, W. C. Young, Formulas...
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