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Jan 14, 2015 in Vienna
Mar 23, 2015 in Weimar

State-of-the-art numerical simulation with optiSLang and multiPlas coupled with the Finite-Element-Programs ANSYS and LS-DYNA.

Jan 15, 2015 in Vienna
Feb 23, 2015 in Weimar

Basics of numerical simulation and multidisciplinary optimization with optiSLang

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Jan 27, 2015 in Vienna
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Stability analysis of dams

Displacements of load case high water
Plasticity of load case earthquake

Using ANSYS and multiPlas, Dynardo calculated the stability of dams in regard to E-DIN 19700. With Dynardo's multiPlas extensive material models for rock, soil, masonry and concrete coud be integrated. All interactions between foundation and structures were considered in 2 or 3-d models. The non-linear analysis included dead loads, service loads, structure ground interaction, coupled hydro-thermal-mechanical effects due to fluid flow, thermal loading, uplift and reservoir water pressure or earthquake loading.

The stability and serviceability were calculated in non-linear load history analyses for all important load cases including safety factors. Furthermore, the material models also allow an effective analysis for extreme load cases like load limit analysis, heavy earthquake or airplane crash analysis.

Publications:

Will, J.; Müller, U.:
Analysis of Dams Pursuant to E-DIN 19700 Using ANSYS.
20th CAD-FEM USERS' Meeting 2002, International Congress on FEM Technology, Friedrichshafen, Lake Constance, Germany, 2002