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Engineering Mechanics | Force Couple | Moment Development
First Steps with RFEM
In this video, the development of a rotational moment (torque) is considered as an action of the force and its lever arm. How should the forces be located in a structural system so that a rotational action or moment arises?
The term line of action is not explained only in handwriting using a crane, but also in program using a cantilever.
At the same time, students learn how to enter a structural system in RFEM.
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