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Possibilities of Optimizing the Shape and Geometry of Castellated Beams Using Numerical and Experimental Modeling

Miroslav Pástor, Jozef Bocko, Tomáš Kula, Cosmin-Stefan Roszkos

American Journal of Mechanical Engineering. 2016, 4(7), 357-362 doi:10.12691/ajme-4-7-22
  • Figure 1. View of the roof structure formed from the castellated beams [2]
  • Figure 2. Typology of castellated and cellular beams
  • Figure 3. Bridge construction created by castellated beams [3]
  • Figure 4. CAD beam model with holes
  • Figure 5. Shape and dimensions of hole
  • Figure 6. Solution of boundary problem
  • Figure 7. Mesh of finite elements a) whole model, b) detail of mesh around concentrators
  • Figure 8. Defined boundary conditions for load condition a) Variant A, C, b) Variant B, D
  • Figure 9. Field of equal difference of principal stresses σ1 - σ3 around the concentrator – variant A
  • Figure 10. Field of equal difference of principal stresses σ1 - σ3 around the concentrator – variant B
  • Figure 11. Field of equal difference of principal stresses σ1 - σ3 around the concentrator – variant C
  • Figure 12. Field of equal difference of principal stresses σ1 - σ3 around the concentrator – variant D
  • Figure 13. The models of the castellated beam produced from optically sensitive material PSM-1
  • Figure 14. Measuring stand in the polariscope workspace
  • Figure 15. Castellated beams without loads a) connected parts, b) not connected parts
  • Figure 16. Field of isochromatics around analyzed concentrators – variant A
  • Figure 17. Field of isochromatics around analyzed concentrators – variant B
  • Figure 18. Field of isochromatics around analyzed concentrators – variant C
  • Figure 19. Field of isochromatics around analyzed concentrators – variant D
  • Figure 20. Collapsed cellular beam [11]