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Section 1

Pushover Analysis

Create a pushover analysis directory and a collapse input file

Step 1 Create the directory for pushover analysis

Under “Training Project”, create “Pushover” subdirectory; copy the model file sacinp.dat, seastate input file seainp.dat, and psi input file psiinp.dat to the directory, and make this directory current.

Step 2 Modify the model input file and seastate input file for collapse analysis

Modify the model file: the only modification for the model file is to delete HYDRO and HYDRO2 lines.

Modify the seastate input file:

Delete AMOD lines;

Modify operating storm load cases and extreme storm load case P000~P090 and S000~S090 by deleting DEAD lines and INCWGT line;

Add DEAD load condition with selected weight groups for ANOD and WKWY;

Delete all existing combined load conditions;

Add a new combined load condition GRAV to include structural dead load and applied equipment loads, miscellaneous loads and live loads;

Modify LCSEL line to include load conditions GRAV, S000, S045, and S090;

Input CMB into column 65-67 in LDOPT line.

Seastate input file defined shall look like the following:

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LDOPT

NF+Z1.0280007.849000 -79.50

79.50GLOBMN

CMB

*

LCSEL ST

GRAV S000 S045 S090

 

FILE B

CENTER CEN1

 

CDM

CDM

2.50 0.600

1.200

0.600

1.200

CDM

250.00 0.600

1.200

0.600

1.200

MGROV

MGROV

0.000

60.000

2.500

2.5410-4

1.400

MGROV

60.000

79.200

5.000

2.5410-4

1.400

GRPOV

GRPOVAL

LG1

1.501.501.501.50

F

GRPOVAL

LG2

1.501.501.501.50

F

GRPOVAL

LG3

1.501.501.501.50

F

GRPOVAL

PL1NN

0.001 0.001 0.001

 

GRPOVAL

PL2NN

0.001 0.001 0.001

GRPOVAL

PL3NN

0.001 0.001 0.001

GRPOVAL

PL4NN

0.001 0.001 0.001

GRPOV

W.BNF 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.001

LOAD

LOADCNDEAD

 

DEAD

DEAD

-Z

81.000

M BML

INCWGT ANODWKWY

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LOADCNAREA

INCWGT AREA

ACCEL

1.00000

N CEN1

LOADCNEQPT

INCWGT EQPT

ACCEL

1.00000

N CEN1

LOADCNLIVE

INCWGT LIVE

ACCEL

1.00000

N CEN1

LOADCNMISC

INCWGT MISC

ACCEL

1.00000

N CEN1

LOADCNS000

WAVE

WAVE1.00STRE 12.19 81.00 15.00 WIND

0.00

D

20.00

18MS10 1

WIND D

45.170

0.00

AP08

CURR

CURR

0.000

0.514

0.000

-5.000BC LN

 

CURR

81.000

1.801

LOADCNS045

WAVE

WAVE1.00STRE 12.19 81.00 15.00 WIND

45.00

D

20.00

18MS10 1

WIND D

45.170

45.00

AP08

CURR

CURR

0.000

0.514

45.000

-5.000BC LN

 

CURR

81.000

1.801 45.000

 

LOADCNS090

WAVE

WAVE1.00STRE 12.19 81.00 15.00 WIND

90.00

D

20.00

18MS10 1

WIND D

45.170

90.00

AP08

CURR

CURR

0.000

0.514

90.000

-5.000BC LN

 

CURR

81.000

1.801 90.000

 

LCOMB LCOMB GRAV DEAD1.0000AREA1.0000EQPT1.0000LIVE0.7500MISC1.0000 END

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Step 3 Create the collapse input file CLPINP.000

Pushover analysis should be performed for each wave direction since the structural behaviors could be different when environmental loads are applied on the structure from different directions.

In one collapse pushover analysis clients can define more than one load sequence in one collapse analysis input file to include environmental loads from different directions. However only the results from the last load sequence defined in the input file is saved in clprst file for collapse view program. In this demo pushover analysis it only includes extreme storm loads from one direction, 0 degree.

The unit of the collapse input file:

There is no place to define the unit for the collapse input file. The program will use the same unit as whatever defined in the structural model file.

Collapse options:

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Member segments 8 is chosen along with 80 iterations allowed for both load increment and member iterations;

Member local buckling check with API Bulletin LRFD method is included;

Joint flexibility with JF option and joint strength check with API LRFD option is included;

Pile plasticity is selected in the analysis;

The maximum deflection = 500 cm is used as the collapse criterion.

Strain hardening ratio of .005 is selected.

Collapse analysis report selections:

Joint deflections will be printed out in the listing file for each load increment by selecting P1

Joint strengths will be printed out for each load increment by selecting J1;

Member stresses will be printed out for each load increment by selecting M1;

Collapse and member summary report will be included in the output listing file by selecting SM and MS.

Define load sequence:

One Load sequence AAAA is defined to apply vertical loads first, and then apply ship impact loads by increments;

Combined load case GRAV will be applied on the structure in 1 load increment;

Load case S000 will be applied on the structure 1) in 2 load steps from load factors of 0 to 1.00; 2) in 50 steps for load factors from 1.02 to 2.02.

In this demo pushover analysis the jacket structure and piles behaviors are to be investigated for environmental loads exceed the design extreme storm loads, deck members are to be defined as Elastic members during the analysis. Elastic member groups can be defined using GRPELA line for member groups W01, W02, DL6, DL7, DUM, and W.B.

Collapse input files defined shall look like following:

Clpinp.000

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CLPOPT

80

8 80

LBJFPPJS

LR

0.100.001 0.01

500.

.005

CLPRPT P1

M1

J1SMMS

LDSEQ AAAA

GRAV

1

1.00S000

2

1.0S000

50

1.02 2.02

GRPELA

W01 W02 DL6 DL7 DUM W.B

 

END

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Section 2

Create the collapse analysis run file

Step 1 Select analysis type and sub-type

Click “Analysis Generator” from Executive window and select “Statics” for Type and “Full Plastic Collapse/Pushove” for Subtype. The file Id of 000 is chosen in the first analysis.

Step 2 Select Analysis Options

Check options for Environmental Loading, Solve, Foundation, and Non-Linear / Plastic.

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Step 3 Select input files

SACS model input file is SACINP.DAT; SeaState input file is SEAINP.DAT; Foundation input file is PSIINP.DAT; Collapse input file is CLPINP.000

See below picture for the selected options:

is CLPINP.000 See below picture for the selected options: Section 3 Run the analysis and review

Section 3

Run the analysis and review the results

Check the results from collapse view:

After a collapse analysis is finished, a collapse view file clprst.000 will be created. Double click the file name, collapse view program will open the file and many results can be checked on the screen. Several reports, such as analysis history report, joint report, member report, and pile capacity report can be generated.

Collapse view also can show the structural damage graphically, see the following pictures.

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SACS System The parts of results also can be viewed by graphic curves. Select the Total

The parts of results also can be viewed by graphic curves.

Select the Total Joint Displacement as the output parameter for X axis and 100 cm as the maximum value, the Load Factor as the output parameter for Y axis, and omit the final load increment from the graph, see the followings.

parameter for Y axis, and omit the final load increment from the graph, see the followings.

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The curve is shown as below.

SACS System The curve is shown as below. Check collapse output listing file: The listing file

Check collapse output listing file:

The listing file reports the selected outputs, such as joint deflections and member stresses. It also includes the total ship impact energy, and the energy absorbed by structure at each load increment. Listing file also indicates the structure damages.