Static Stress Analysis of a Beam Fixed at One-End and Subjected to a Uniform Pressure on a Segment of Its Surface at The Free-End Using ANSYS Workbench
Keywords:ANSYS, Finite Element, Stress Analysis
This article contains step-by-step instructions for analyzing a beam using the 2022 Rev 2 of ANSYS workbench. It must be emphasized that as future revisions of ANSYS workbench are released, the instructions presented in this article will not exactly match the software. In fact, the YOUTUBE tutorial that is reference 1 of this article solves the problem using an earlier version of ANSYS, and the instructions presented in this article do not exactly match the tutorial.
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