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CASE STUDIES

CASE STUDIES OF STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS USING STKO

Post processing of shell results at gauss points and at through-thickness integration points (fibers).

Post processing of beam-column results by means of a fiber-section plot that allows the user to visualize results such as the strain/stress at each fiber of each gauss point of beam-column elements.

Meshing algorithms in STKO OpenSees preprocessor. Global and local edge seed, unstructured and structured mesh algorithms, triangle/tetrahedron, quadrilateral/hexahedron, linear and quadratic interpolations.

Post processing of beam-column results by means of a gauss-point plot that allows the user to visualize results at each gauss point of beam-column elements.

STKO OpenSees preprocessing for micro-modeling of masonry structures.

STKO OpenSees Seismic Isolation.

Simulation of the Damage Evolution of Pazzi Chapel in Florence, Italy with STKO OpenSees. Watch the Video Presentation - DAMAGE TC3D

This example shows how to model a reinforced concrete shear wall using shell elements and layered shell cross sections.



CASE STUDIES OF SOIL STRUCTURE INTERACTION ANALYSIS USING STKO

Post-processing of a soil-foundation-structure-interaction problem. Visualization of results on solid elements by means of a volume plot.

Example of absorbing boundaries using the VS3D4 element available in OpenSees.


Comparative study of different approaches to simulate absorbing boundaries in soil-structure interaction problems.

3D Analysis of Soil-Pile interaction with contact elements.


Simulation SFSI (Soil Foundation Structure Interaction) with STKO OpenSees.

SFSI: Analysis of boundary conditions and their application using the case study of a bridge in STKO OpenSees.



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STKO COLLABORATIONS CORNER

Read up on STKO's exciting collaborations
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New tools in the Workspace:
The Scientific Toolkit for OpenSees (STKO) helps you develop finite
element models, set them up for parallelization, and more!
The October DesignSafe/STKO webinar is archived here.




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