structural analysis of frp yacths

Discussion in 'Software' started by amateur mariner, Jan 28, 2010.

  1. amateur mariner
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    I wanted to inquire is there any software in which we can carry out structural analysis of my frp boats.
     
  2. CTMD
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    any good finite element program could do it, as long as you know how to use them.
     
  3. amateur mariner
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    could you please guide me a little.the stress strain curve is nt like that of metals.can ansys be used.i want a little guide abt it
     
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    Hello AM,
    Just one question, if I may... What is your knowledge level of structural engineering?
     
  5. amateur mariner
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    I have basic analysis knowledge in this software.Can you please guide me through this tedious task
     
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    can somebody guide me through??
     

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