scranton pa 1959 pg 25 ex 2 2 thermal analysis antype

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Unformatted text preview: equent integration time steps (1.64142/8 = .205 sec) are based on ≈ 1/24 of the period to allow the initial step change in acceleration to be followed reasonably well. Several load steps are defined for clearer comparison with theoretical results. POST26 is used to process results from the solution phase. Results Comparison Target ANSYS Ratio Deflectionx, in(t=period/4) -60.000 -59.244 0.987 Deflectiony, in(t=period/4) -20.000 -20.004 1.000 Deflectionx, in(t=period/2) -120.00 -119.82 0.999 Deflectiony, in(t=period/2) 0.0000 -0.1315 - Deflectionx, in(t=3period/4) -60.000 -61.871 1.031 Deflectiony, in(t=3period/4) -20.000 -19.993 0.999 Deflectionx, in(t=period) 0.0000 -0.0772 - Deflectiony, in(t=period) 0.0000 -0.0682 - Deflectionx, in(t=period/4) -60.000 -59.372 0.990 Deflectiony, in(t=period/4) -20.000 -20.004 1.000 Deflectionx, in(t=period/2) -120.00 -119.91 0.999 Deflectiony, in(t=period/2) 0.0000 -0.0643 0.000 Deflectionx, in(t=3period/4) -60.000 -61.811 1.030 Deflectiony, in(t=3period/4) -20.000 -19.991 1.000 Deflectionx, in(t=period) 0.0000 -0.2200 0.000 Deflectiony,...
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