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Calculation Example – Simple harmonic vibration part 2
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A single point with mass m is vibrating harmonically. The displacement x from point of balance is governed by the differential equation

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Calculation Example – Simple harmonic vibration part1
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A single point with mass m is vibrating harmonically. The displacement x from point of balance is governed by the differential equation

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Calculation Example – Critical load.
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A solid rod has a diameter of 20 mm and is 600 mm long. It is made of a material that can be modeled by the stress–strain diagram shown in the figure below. If it is used as a pin-supported column, determine the critical load.

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Calculation Example – Minimum allowable Diameter.
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Determine the minimum diameter of the rod. The axial tensile force is P=10KN. The allowable stresses in tension and shear is 100MPa and 40MPa.

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Calculation Example – Member Diagram.
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Determine the diagrams for moment and shear for the following pinned at two ends beam. Total length 9m. EI constant. Units KN,m.

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Calculation Example – Maximum Deflection
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Determine the equation of the elastic curve for the beam using the x coordinate. Specify maximum deflection. EI is constant.

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Calculation Example – Rod loading
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Calculate the internal normal forces at points A,B,C for the rod which is loaded with the forces shown.