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\text { figure } \left.\left(y_{2}, y_{3} \text {, and } y_{4}\right) \text {. (Use El=1 } \times 10^{8} N_{4} \cdot m^{2}\right)

posted 10 months ago

displacements (in cm) listed below. The thickness of the element is 2 cm and thematerial matrix is

U_{2 k-1}=0.012 \quad U_{21}=0 \quad U_{2 f-1}=0.01 \quad U_{2 j}=-0.003 \quad U_{2 k-1}=0.008 \quad U_{2 k}=0

posted 10 months ago

Heat source, Q*= 80 W, is located at point (1,3)

Determine the total heat at each node by allocating Q* to each node.

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Assume all the truss members are of the same Young's modulus E = 65x10° N/m?. Element 1 and element 3 have the same cross-sectional area of 0.01 m and the cross-sectional area of element 2 is0.02 m. Do not rename the nodes or elements.

posted 10 months ago

Assume that bars can only undergo translation in x (1 DOF at each node). Nodes 1 and 4 are fixed.Elements 1, 2 and 3 have Young's Modulus of Ei=300 Pa, E2=200 Pa, E3=200 Pa. All elements have length of 1 m and cross-sectional area of 1 m?. There is an applied external force acting at Node 2 of20 N.

posted 1 years ago