# stanlab1 - 15,3:15 members 3 material property types 1...

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CES 4141 - Stress Analysis Fall 1998 1 of 1 10/13/98 HW #9 SStan input file: Truss example Hoit page 228 Example #1: Truss 8,1,1 : 8 nodes, 1 element type, 1 load case : Coordinates 1 x=0 y=0 z=0 : Node #1 and its coordinates 2 x=10*12 : y and z are unchanged, stay same as last command for them 3 y=24*12 4 x=32*12 y=0 5 y=24*12 6 x=54*12 y=0 7 y=24*12 8 x=64*12 y=0 : Boundary 1,8 F=R,R,F,F,F,F : set D.O.F. at all 8 nodes to x,y free, all else fixed 1 through 8 in steps of 1 1,8,7 F=F,F,F,F,F,F : go and set nodes 1 and 8 only to all fixed 1 through 8 in steps of 7 : TRUSS
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Unformatted text preview: 15,3 :15 members, 3 material property types 1 A=.12 E=29000 2 A=.25 E=29000 3 A=.18 E=29000 1 1,2 M=1 :element 1, connect nodes 1 and 2, use material property #1 2 2,4 :element #2, connect nodes 2 and 4 3 4,6 4 6,8 5 1,3 M=2 : switch material types 6 3,5 7 5,7 8 7,8 9 2,3 M=3 10 4,5 11 6,7 12 3,4 13 2,5 14 5,6 15 4,7 : Loads 2 L=1 F=0,-3 : node 2, load case #1, foce in x =0, force in y =-3 4 L=1 F=0,-5 :node 4, load case #1, force in x=0, force in y=-5 6 L=1 F=0,-3 : :end of input file...
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## This note was uploaded on 06/10/2011 for the course CES 4141 taught by Professor Lybas during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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