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Unformatted text preview: s analysis, for simplicity, k was taken to equal 1. This produces a theoretical total travel time of T = 1.976 seconds, and a total x-direction travel distance of 86.138. In the analysis, the total travel time and the total xdirection travel distance are estimated by linearly interpolating between two time points. This is because there is not a time point in the solution, after the initial condition, at which the projectile y-location is exactly zero, but a close estimate is obtained by interpolation between two time points in the solution. Results Comparison Target ANSYS Ratio Travel Time for Projectile (sec) 1.9760 1.9756 1.000 X-direction Travel Distance (in) 86.138 86.112 1.000 ANSYS Verification Manual . ANSYS Release 9.0 . 002114 . © SAS IP, Inc. 3–13 VME6 Figure E6.2 Displacement of Projectile Over Time 3–14 ANSYS Verification Manual . ANSYS Release 9.0 . 002114 . © SAS IP, Inc. 1–302,1–303,1–306,1–308,1–309,1–311,1–313,1–315,1–317, 1–319,1–321,1–323,1–327,1–335,1–337,1–342,1–347,1–406, 1–413,1–423,1–433,1–440,1–442,1–444,1–447,1–450,1–452, 1–455, 1–461, 1–465, 1–479, 1–495, 1–498, 1–502, 2–5, 2–9, Symbols 2–12, 2–23, 2–32, 2–36, 3–10, 3–12 *VWRITE command, 1–116 steady-state thermal, 1–80, 1–137, 1–210, 1–212, 1–215, /OPT command, 1–347 1–217,1–219,1–221,1–223,1–225,1–228,1–230,1–232,1–238, 1–240,1–241,1–243,1–263,1–282,1–325,1...
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