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Higher mode dynamic plastic response of beams with finite-deflections

by Carlos AntГіnio Pancada Guedes Soares

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Published by Available from National Technical Information Service in Springfield, Va .
Written in English

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  • Civil engineering

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    Pagination1 v. ;
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    Open LibraryOL25411836M

    A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. In this paper, dynamic response of an infinitely long beam resting on a foundation of finite depth, under a moving force is studied. The effect of foundation inertia is included in the analysis by modelling the foundation as a series of closely spaced axially vibrating rods of finite depth, fixed at the bottom and connected to the beam at the top.

    ABSTRACT OF THE THESIS A Study of Large Deflection of Beams and Plates by Vinesh V. Nishawala Thesis Director: Dr. Haim Baruh For a thin plate or beam, . Elastic -plastic beam bending y For M>Me the beam is in the elastic-plastic regime: the core of the beam (between y=- c and y=c) is in the elastic regime, while the outer fibers are in the plastic regime (σ=σy). εxx = -y/ρ y σxx σy for rectangular beams: Mp = (σy BH) / 4 = Me 2 ε σ σy εy = σy/E elastic-perfectly plastic.

    American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite Reston, VA Same as free-free beam except there is no rigid-body mode for the fixed-fixed beam. Fixed - Pinned f 1 = U» ¼ º «¬ ª S EI L 2 1 2 where E is the modulus of elasticity I is the area moment of inertia L is the length U is the mass density (mass/length) P is the applied force Note that the free-free and fixed-fixed have the same.


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Higher mode dynamic plastic response of beams with finite-deflections by Carlos AntГіnio Pancada Guedes Soares Download PDF EPUB FB2

On the other hand, the stationary plastic bending hinge formed at the root of the beam lasts a relatively longer time in Phase-3, and thus, it is an important response mode in the dynamic response of the cantilever beam studied in the present paper.

Download: Download high-res image (KB) Download: Download full-size image; Fig. 14 Cited by: 9. Higher mode dynamic plastic response of beams with finite. Higher mode dynamic plastic response of beams with finite-deflections. By Carlos AntGonio Pancada Guedes Soares Get PDF (6 MB)Author: Carlos AntGonio Pancada Guedes Soares.

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