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08 April 2019

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vganore
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16 April 2019

mass

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vganore
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16 April 2019

Please reply with a sketch of the beam

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vganore
posted this
16 April 2019

mass

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16 April 2019
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Please reply with a sketch of the beam, the location of the mass, and the location where the force is applied. Is the force changing over time?Describe, perhaps with a graph, how the force changes over time. What is it's minimum and maximum values, does it change sign (direction)? Is the changing force what you mean by a dynamic load? What is the frequency of oscillation of the force? If the frequency of the force is very low, then the mass just presents a static load, but if the frequency of oscillation of the force is high, then there are dynamic effects due to the mass. What are the dimensions of the beam and the cross-sectional properties?

vganore
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16 April 2019

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vganore
posted this
16 April 2019

Please reply with a sketch of the beam, the location of the mass, and the location where the force is applied. Is the force changing over time?Describe, perhaps with a graph, how the force changes over time. What is it's minimum and maximum values, does it change sign (direction)? Is the changing force what you mean by a dynamic load? What is the frequency of oscillation of the force? If the frequency of the force is very low, then the mass just presents a static load, but if the frequency of oscillation of the force is high, then there are dynamic effects due to the mass.

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vganore
posted this
16 April 2019

Please reply with a sketch of the beam, the location of the mass, and the location where the force is applied. Is the force changing over time?Describe, perhaps with a graph, how the force changes over time. What is it's minimum and maximum values, does it change sign (direction)? Is the changing force what you mean by a dynamic load? What is the frequency of oscillation of the force? If the frequency of the force is very low, then the mass just presents a static load, but if the frequency of oscillation of the force is high, then there are dynamic effects due to the mass.

Vishal Ganore, ansys.com/student

vganore
posted this
16 April 2019

Please reply with a sketch of the beam, the location of the mass, and the location where the force is applied. Is the force changing over time?Describe, perhaps with a graph, how the force changes over time. What is it's minimum and maximum values, does it change sign (direction)? Is the changing force what you mean by a dynamic load? What is the frequency of oscillation of the force? If the frequency of the force is very low, then the mass just presents a static load, but if the frequency of oscillation of the force is high, then there are dynamic effects due to the mass.

Vishal Ganore, ansys.com/student

vganore
posted this
16 April 2019

Please reply with a sketch of the beam, the location of the mass

Vishal Ganore, ansys.com/student

vganore
posted this
16 April 2019

Please reply with a sketch of the beam, the location of the mass, and the location where the force

Vishal Ganore, ansys.com/student

vganore
posted this
16 April 2019

Please reply with a sketch of the beam, the location of the mass, and the location where the force is applied

Vishal Ganore, ansys.com/student

vganore
posted this
16 April 2019

Please reply with a sketch of the beam, the location of the mass, and the location where the force is applied. Is the force changing over time

Vishal Ganore, ansys.com/student

vganore
posted this
16 April 2019

Please reply with a sketch of the beam, the location of the mass, and the location where the force is applied. Is the force changing over time? Describe, perhaps with a graph, how the force changes over time.

Vishal Ganore, ansys.com/student

vganore
posted this
16 April 2019

Please reply with a sketch of the beam, the location of the mass, and the location where the force is applied. Is the force changing over time? Describe, perhaps with a graph, how the force changes over time. What is it's minimum and maximum values, does it change sign

Vishal Ganore, ansys.com/student

admin
posted this
16 April 2019

Please reply with a sketch of the beam, the location of the mass, and the location where the force is applied.

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