This paper deals with the evaluation of time response analyses of typical aerospace metallic structures. Attention is focussed on detailed stress state distributions over time by using the Carrera Unified Formulation (CUF) for modeling thin-walled reinforced shell structures. In detail, the already established component-wise (CW) approach is extended to dynamic time response by mode superposition and Newmark direct integration scheme. CW is a CUF-based modeling technique which allows to model multi-component structures by using the same refined finite element for each structural component, e.g. stringers, panels, ribs. Component coupling is realized by imposing displacement continuity without the need of mathematical artifices in the CW approach, so the stress state is consistent in the entire structural domain. The numerical results discussed include thin-walled open and closed section beams, wing boxes and a benchmark wing subjected to gust loading. They show that the proposed modeling technique is effective. In particular, as CW provides reach modal bases, mode superposition can be significantly efficient, even in the case of complex stress states.

Time Response Stress Analysis of Solid and Reinforced Thin-Walled Structures by Component-Wise Models / Azzara, R.; Carrera, E.; Filippi, M.; Pagani, A.. - In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF STRUCTURAL STABILITY & DYNAMICS. - ISSN 0219-4554. - 20:14(2020), p. 2043010. [10.1142/S0219455420430105]

Time Response Stress Analysis of Solid and Reinforced Thin-Walled Structures by Component-Wise Models

Azzara R.;Carrera E.;Filippi M.;Pagani A.
2020

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This paper deals with the evaluation of time response analyses of typical aerospace metallic structures. Attention is focussed on detailed stress state distributions over time by using the Carrera Unified Formulation (CUF) for modeling thin-walled reinforced shell structures. In detail, the already established component-wise (CW) approach is extended to dynamic time response by mode superposition and Newmark direct integration scheme. CW is a CUF-based modeling technique which allows to model multi-component structures by using the same refined finite element for each structural component, e.g. stringers, panels, ribs. Component coupling is realized by imposing displacement continuity without the need of mathematical artifices in the CW approach, so the stress state is consistent in the entire structural domain. The numerical results discussed include thin-walled open and closed section beams, wing boxes and a benchmark wing subjected to gust loading. They show that the proposed modeling technique is effective. In particular, as CW provides reach modal bases, mode superposition can be significantly efficient, even in the case of complex stress states.
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