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For users of the Structural Mechanics Module, COMSOL Multiphysics version 5.6 includes dynamic contact analysis, built-in functionality for modeling cracks, and new methods for analyzing mechanical wear. Learn about these and many other Structural Mechanics updates below.
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In the Beam and Pipe Mechanics interfaces, the Prescribed Displacement/Rotation node has been augmented with an option called Limited Displacement. When this option is selected, you can define an upper and lower limit for the displacement. In particular, this facilitates the modeling of beams resting on unidirectional supports.
A new material model, Section Stiffness, has been introduced in the Beam interface. Here, you directly enter data such as axial stiffness, bending stiffness, etc. The purpose of this material model is to facilitate modeling of complex beam cross sections, where the stiffness properties cannot be deduced from a single elastic material, and the geometrical properties of the cross section, as is the case for composite beams.
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Eutectic chunky graphite cells continue to grow in the melt after nucleation, (3) in Figure 7. Meanwhile, the chunky graphite cells shed regular segregating elements (i.e., Mg, Mn, Mo, Cr, V, B, Ti) into the melt. Additionally, new chunky graphite cells are continuously formed during the eutectic solidification. The growth of chunky graphite proceeds by precipitation of carbon directly from the melt. 350c69d7ab