Verification Examples

A console made of round bar is loaded by means of eccentric transverse force. Determine the maximal deflection and maximal twist of the console using geometrically linear analysis.

A console made of round bar is loaded by means of eccentric uniform load. Determine the maximal deflection and maximal twist of the console using geometrically linear analysis.

A single-mass system with clearance and two springs is initially deflected. Determine the natural oscillations of the system - deflection, velocity and acceleration time course.

A console made of round bar is loaded by means of eccentric axial force. Determine the maximal vertical deflection of the console using geometrically linear and second-order analysis.

A simply supported beam is loaded by means of pure bending. Determine the critical load and corresponding load factor due to lateral buckling.

A strut with circular cross-section is supported according to four basic cases of Euler buckling and it is subjected to pressure force. Determine the critical load.

A symmetrical shallow structure is made of eight equal truss members, which are embedded into hinge supports. The structure is loaded by the concentrated force and alternatively by the imposed nodal deformation over the critical limit point when the snap-through occurs. Imposed nodal deformation is used in RFEM 5 and RSTAB 8 to obtain full equilibrium path of the snap-through. The self-weight is neglected in this example. Determine the relationship between the actual loading force and the deflection considering large deformation analysis. Evaluate the load factor at given deflections.

A structure is made of four truss members, which are embedded into hinge supports. The structure is loaded by a concentrated force and alternatively by imposed nodal deformation over the critical limit point, when snap-through occurs. Imposed nodal deformation is used in RFEM 5 and RSTAB 8 to obtain full equilibrium path of the snap-through. The self-weight is neglected in this example. Determine the relationship between the actual loading force and the deflection considering large deformation analysis. Evaluate the load factor at given deflections.

A pipe with the tubular cross-section is loaded by means of internal pressure. The internal pressure causes axial deformation of the pipe, what is called Bourdon effect. Determine the axial deformation of the pipe endpoint.

A very stiff cable is suspended between two supports. Determine the equilibrium shape of the cable, the so-called catenary, consider the gravitational acceleration and neglect the stiffness of the cable. Verify the position of the cable at given test points.

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