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Notes_116: Symbols Used for Boundary 1 Common Symbols Used for Boundary Conditions in Mathematical Models Each implies both static and kinematic information, something we know or don’t know about forces and displacements . Some examples of symbols:
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Notes_116: Symbols Used for Boundary 2 Corresponding Symbolic Idealization Idealizations of Boundary Conditions for Mathematical Modeling A real “fixed” connection in a steel frame What is “known”? Unknown?
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Notes_116: Symbols Used for Boundary 3 Corresponding Symbolic Idealization Idealizations of Boundary Conditions for Mathematical Modeling What is “known”? Unknown?
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Notes_116: Symbols Used for Boundary 4 Corresponding Symbolic Idealization A real “moment transmitting” connection in a steel frame
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Unformatted text preview: Idealizations of Boundary Conditions for Mathematical Modeling What is known? Unknown? Notes_116: Symbols Used for Boundary 5 A Real Pin Connection in a Steel Frame Corresponding Symbolic Idealization Idealizations of Boundary Conditions for Mathematical Modeling What is known? Unknown? Notes_116: Symbols Used for Boundary 6 Boundary Condition Idealization Symbols for Mathematical Modeling: 1 of 2 1 static 2 kinematic 1 static 2 kinematic 1 static 2 kinematic Notes_116: Symbols Used for Boundary 7 Boundary Condition Idealization Symbols for Mathematical Modeling: 2 of 2 1 static 2 kinematic 2 static 1 kinematic 2 static 1 kinematic 3 static 0 kinematic...
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