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Why It's Important To Perform A Stress Analysis

May 1, 2017

Are you an engineer who is looking for an effective way to test the strength and safety of the structures you design?

 

Performing a stress analysis is a great way for members of the engineering and manufacturing industries to ensure their final product is reliable.

 

A stress analysis is a series of tests that will help you see how the materials and structures you create react under force or pressure.

 

Read on to learn why this is important and how it can help you and your clients!

 

Structural Reliability

This analysis helps you to determine the reliability of your structure. 

 

You are seeking to learn how internal stresses are distributed throughout a bridge system based on the external forces that act on it. The strain is measured by how your materials deform while being placed under these stresses.

 

In the example of a bridge, there are many different materials and structural elements that make it work.

 

Bridges are also built to last. 

 

According to the American Society of Engineers, the average age of a bridge in the United States was 42 years as of 2013.

 

As a bridge ages, it will need to undergo renovations and remodels in order to maintain its structural integrity.

 

But it's important that the bridge is structurally sound from the outset. But there are a lot of external forces acting upon a bridge.

 

Depending on the geographic location of a bridge, it will be well-traveled and have to stand up to a range of different weather conditions. If it's located near a major city or seaport, it may also be responsible for withstanding years of abuse from heavy trucks and other vehicles.

 

Through a stress analysis during the initial design, you can test the different elements of the bridge. 

 

This includes testing different load weights at multiple locations across the structure. By performing these tests, you can see how your bridge holds up to those external forces. This helps you to ensure that your structure is safe and reliable.

 

Cost Effective

By using stress analysis on your structure, you can recognize issues with your structure early in the design process.

 

When you find issues with the design or materials you are using, you can address these early. This helps you to save time and money on the project that you are working on. You may be using a design that isn't optimal for the consistent load the structure will need to bear. 

 

You could also be using materials that don't react as well to the stresses they are put under. By performing a stress analysis, you are learning the strengths and weaknesses of your structure.

 

This proactive approach means you will be better prepared to resolve issues. As an engineer, you want to learn about any problems as early as possible.

 

This helps you to resolve them and limits the time and money you spend going back to fix things after the fact. When you catch these issues earlier in the process, you can address them and still stay on track for your project deadlines.

 

Develop Solutions

When you use stress analysis on your structures, you can use the information to identify the root cause of problems.

 

When you're handling a building project, an important aspect of this is staying on schedule. If you're not accurately able to identify problems, you risk putting yourself in a situation where you cannot stay on track.

 

On the other hand, performing a stress analysis helps you and your team develop effective solutions. As you look at the results, you will see what is working with your project and what is not. 

 

You and your team can discuss ways to improve a structure. You can also take the time needed to explore your different options for materials and other elements. 

This ultimately helps you design a safer structure for your clients and for others who will be using it over time.

 

The Importance of Performing a Stress Analysis 

A stress analysis is an important series of tests that will help you and your engineering team as you design and build your projects. As an engineer, two of the most crucial elements of your position are creating safe and reliable structures for your clients.

 

The stress analysis helps you identify where your structures are meeting expectations and how you can improve on others. By performing these tests you will build a structure with integrity and that can hold up to the forces exerted on it each day. 

 

You will also be able to correct any issues that arise early in a project. This saves you from the frustration and headache that comes with uncovering problems later in the building process.

 

When you pinpoint these concerns, you and your team can collaborate to discuss them. Through these discussions, you can develop effective solutions to improve your design. You can also decide what materials will work best under the stresses and conditions being placed on your structure. 

 

At Edoxx Engineering we offer a range of services to make your projects come to life. We are a Houston, Texas, based company with 75+ engineers and technicians delivering advanced solutions in reverse engineering, 3D Intelligent Modeling, and Asset Data Management. 

 

We use our training and experience to help bring your projects and designs to life!

 

 

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