Fea Analysis of Steelvoided Beam Using Soldworks Simulation Software

Neha Mehta


A steel is one of the most utilized construction material, as a result of its many advantages that it has, such as low cost , long service life (when properly mixed, placed and cured) , ease of construction and high compressive strength. Modern civilization web opening provide for environmental services like duct, cable, and other various purpose. Fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) and Epoxy carbon fiber, composites strengthening becoming nowadays a commonly accepted and widespread technique. In present work steel voided beam is selected as specimen to perform FEA research for various shapes of web openings in voided beam. The shapes selected are Plain beam, circular web opening beam, triangular web opening beam and rectangular web opening beam respectively. The research also analyzes and compares all web opening shape cases with four different beam materials, the materials used for research are Epoxy Carbon Fiber, Fiber Reinforced Aluminum, Plain Carbon Steel, and SS304 respectively. The results were compared for stress, strain and deflection for all combination of cases.

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