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Reciprocity-based experimental determination of dynamic forces and moments
1994 by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Hampton, Va, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Other titles||Reciprocity based experimental determination of dynamic forces and moments.|
|Statement||István L. Vér and Michael S. Howe.|
|Series||NASA contract [i.e. contractor] report -- no. 194905., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-194905.|
|Contributions||Howe, Michael S., Langley Research Center.|
|The Physical Object|
Two forces are applied to the end of a solid rod depicted in figure 1. These forces cause internal forces and moments on a cut section 8 in. from the wall, in the directions shown in figure 2. The rod. Normal force is the force of a surface upon an object, frequently countering gravity. Friction force is the resistance between an object and a surface, and acts opposite the direction of the object's motion. Buoyant force is the upward force of a fluid on a submerged object. Forces and moments acting on a rigid body could be external forces/moments or internal forces/moments. Forces acting from one body to another by direct physical contact or from the Earth are examples of external forces. Fluid pressure acting to the wall of a water tank or a force exerted by the tire of a truck to the road is all external forces. Calculation of composite beams; second moments of area of plane figures; construction of shear force and bending moment diagrams; and normal and shear stresses accompanying flexure are underscored. The text discusses the determination of deformations accompanying flexure and calculation of statically indeterminate systems/5(4).
A special branch of aerodynamics, known as aircraft aerodynamics, is concerned with working out methods of calculation and determination of aerodynamic forces and moments acting on the aircraft as a whole and on its parts such as its wings, fuselage, and tail unit.
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7 for the NASA Langley Research Center to explore the feasibility of 'In-Situ Experimental Evaluation of the Source Strength of Complex Vibration Sources Utilizing Reciprocity.' The task was carried out under NASA Contract No.
NAS In flight it is not feasible to connect Cited by: 1. However, it is possible to measure the interior sound field or vibration response caused by these structureborne sound sources at many locations and invoke principle of reciprocity to predict the dynamic forces and : Michael S.
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