P beer e r johnston jr vector mechanics for engineers

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Unformatted text preview: ster degree of freedom is selected at the mass in the spring direction. POST26, the time-history postprocessor, is used to extract results from the solution phase. Results Comparison At Impact Full Transient Dynamic Target ANSYS Ratio[1] 0.07198 0.072 1.000 y, in -1.00 -1.0005 1.001 vel, in/sec -27.79 -27.78 1.000 Time, sec At zero velocity (theoretical ymax = -1.5506 in, at time = 0.100366 sec) Full Transient Dynamic Target[2] ANSYS Ratio t = 0.100 sec y, in -1.5505 -1.5503 1.000 t = 0.101 sec y, in -1.5502 -1.5502 1.000 Target ANSYS Ratio[1] 0.07198 0.072 - y, in -1.00 -0.987 0.987 vel, in/sec -27.79 -27.59 0.993 At Impact Reduced Transient Dynamic Time, sec At zero velocity (theoretical ymax = -1.5506 in, at time = 0.100366 sec) Reduced Transient Dynamic Target[2] ANSYS Ratio t = 0.100 sec y, in -1.5505 -1.5495 0.999 t = 0.101 sec y, in -1.5502 -1.5503 1.000 1. ANSYS printout does not occur at theoretical time point given. Comparisons (ratios) of the nearest time results are made with the theoretical time point gi...
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This note was uploaded on 12/09/2010 for the course DEPARTMENT E301 taught by Professor Kulasinghe during the Spring '09 term at University of Peradeniya.

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