Static Analysis for Loaded L shape Joint in FreeCAD

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Hello friends welcome to FreeCAD tutorial in our previous tutorial we have learned How to get Delta Values and Distance between 2 Points in FreeCAD. In this tutorial we will learn How to do Static Analysis for Loaded L shape Joint in FreeCAD.

Follow step by step guide shown in below video. key points of below are as follow.

  • The tutorial is about conducting Finite Element (FE) analysis using the FreeCAD FEM workbench for an L-shaped joint.
  • The tutorial explains the process step-by-step, from creating the L-shaped part to applying materials, forces, and constraints.
  • It covers creating the geometry, applying fillets, adding holes, and specifying dimensions for the L-shaped joint.
  • The tutorial discusses applying materials (steel IC 45), fixing the joint, applying forces, and generating a mesh for analysis.
  • The results of the analysis are shown, including displacement and stress values, with a demonstration of modifying the model’s radius and observing the effects on results.

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