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Emad JAHANGIR

[GiDlist] contact element

Postby Emad JAHANGIR » Thu Dec 13, 2012 10:23 am

Hello everybody,

I use GID 10 to simulate soil-structure interaction for pile foundations. I would like to know if is possible to add a contact element in order to consider the soil-pile interface behavior (e.x with shear parameters).

Thank you
Emad
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[GiDlist] contact element

Postby escolano » Thu Dec 13, 2012 12:01 pm

Dear Emad,

What is the analysis code that you will use to calculate this soil-structure
case?
How are 'contact elements' for this code?
e.g.
a) some solvers requiere to define a master and a slave surface mesh, but
the elements of both surfaces are not 'one-to-one' related
b) other programs require a one-to-one relationship between the nodes of the
master and slave parts, and a link between them to know how are related.

If your program is of type a) the usual way is to define in the problemtype
a GiD condition to handle this information, and mark parts as master and
slave, and the simulation data (like shear parameters)

If your program is of type b) you need to force this special one-to-one
mesh, then you can use the 'special pseudo-geometric entity: contact' (menu:
Geomtry-Create-Contact)
(contact volume for 3D cases). Two master-slave 'equal surfaces' must be
selected, and a kind of semi-structured mesh will be created, having
one-to-one nodes.
The shear parameters could be assigned to this 'special contact volume' with
an additional condition aplied over these volumes.

Enrique Escolano

----- Original Message -----
From: "Emad JAHANGIR" emad.jahangir at ensg.inpl-nancy.fr
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Sent: Thursday, December 13, 2012 10:23 AM
Subject: [GiDlist] contact element


Hello everybody,

I use GID 10 to simulate soil-structure interaction for pile foundations.
I would like to know if is possible to add a contact element in order to
consider the soil-pile interface behavior (e.x with shear parameters).

Thank you
Emad

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[GiDlist] contact element

Postby Emad JAHANGIR » Thu Dec 13, 2012 4:43 pm

Thanks Dear Enrique,

The analysis code that I use is Code_Bright and I don’t know which kind of relationship exists between the nodes of the master and slave parts. Do you have more information about the contact analysis in this code?
Best regards


----- Mail original -----
Dear Emad,

What is the analysis code that you will use to calculate this
soil-structure
case?
How are 'contact elements' for this code?
e.g.
a) some solvers requiere to define a master and a slave surface mesh,
but
the elements of both surfaces are not 'one-to-one' related
b) other programs require a one-to-one relationship between the nodes
of the
master and slave parts, and a link between them to know how are
related.

If your program is of type a) the usual way is to define in the
problemtype
a GiD condition to handle this information, and mark parts as master
and
slave, and the simulation data (like shear parameters)

If your program is of type b) you need to force this special
one-to-one
mesh, then you can use the 'special pseudo-geometric entity: contact'
(menu:
Geomtry-Create-Contact)
(contact volume for 3D cases). Two master-slave 'equal surfaces' must
be
selected, and a kind of semi-structured mesh will be created, having
one-to-one nodes.
The shear parameters could be assigned to this 'special contact
volume' with
an additional condition aplied over these volumes.

Enrique Escolano

----- Original Message -----
From: "Emad JAHANGIR" emad.jahangir at ensg.inpl-nancy.fr
To: gidlist at listas.cimne.upc.edu
Sent: Thursday, December 13, 2012 10:23 AM
Subject: [GiDlist] contact element


Hello everybody,

I use GID 10 to simulate soil-structure interaction for pile
foundations.
I would like to know if is possible to add a contact element in
order to
consider the soil-pile interface behavior (e.x with shear
parameters).

Thank you
Emad

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[GiDlist] contact element

Postby escolano » Thu Dec 13, 2012 5:06 pm

I am not a Code_Bright user,
ask its developers to know if this program support contacts
http://www.etcg.upc.edu/recerca/webs/code_bright/v3?set_language=ca
and how must be defined in the interface from the user point of view.

Regards

Enrique

----- Original Message -----
From: "Emad JAHANGIR" emad.jahangir at ensg.inpl-nancy.fr
To: gidlist at listas.cimne.upc.edu
Sent: Thursday, December 13, 2012 4:43 PM
Subject: Re: [GiDlist] contact element



Thanks Dear Enrique,

The analysis code that I use is Code_Bright and I don’t know which kind of
relationship exists between the nodes of the master and slave parts. Do
you have more information about the contact analysis in this code?
Best regards


----- Mail original -----
Dear Emad,

What is the analysis code that you will use to calculate this
soil-structure
case?
How are 'contact elements' for this code?
e.g.
a) some solvers requiere to define a master and a slave surface mesh,
but
the elements of both surfaces are not 'one-to-one' related
b) other programs require a one-to-one relationship between the nodes
of the
master and slave parts, and a link between them to know how are
related.

If your program is of type a) the usual way is to define in the
problemtype
a GiD condition to handle this information, and mark parts as master
and
slave, and the simulation data (like shear parameters)

If your program is of type b) you need to force this special
one-to-one
mesh, then you can use the 'special pseudo-geometric entity: contact'
(menu:
Geomtry-Create-Contact)
(contact volume for 3D cases). Two master-slave 'equal surfaces' must
be
selected, and a kind of semi-structured mesh will be created, having
one-to-one nodes.
The shear parameters could be assigned to this 'special contact
volume' with
an additional condition aplied over these volumes.

Enrique Escolano

----- Original Message -----
From: "Emad JAHANGIR" emad.jahangir at ensg.inpl-nancy.fr
To: gidlist at listas.cimne.upc.edu
Sent: Thursday, December 13, 2012 10:23 AM
Subject: [GiDlist] contact element


Hello everybody,

I use GID 10 to simulate soil-structure interaction for pile
foundations.
I would like to know if is possible to add a contact element in
order to
consider the soil-pile interface behavior (e.x with shear
parameters).

Thank you
Emad

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Re: [GiDlist] GID question

Postby saeid » Mon Dec 26, 2016 8:41 pm

hi every body
i cant speak english very good
any of u can help me to design the soil-structure interaction in GID and analize with GID+opeensees
answere me as soon as u can
tnx
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Re: [GiDlist] GID question

Postby escolano » Thu Dec 29, 2016 7:06 pm

There is a new GiD-OpenSees interface at http://gidopensees.rclab.civil.auth.gr
All the currently available information is in this web.
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Re: [GiDlist] GID question

Postby vpapanik » Sun May 07, 2017 1:44 pm

Check for the major v2.0.0 update on 8 May 2017.
http://gidopensees.rclab.civil.auth.gr

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