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Bending1

1. 1. Euler-Bernoulli Beams:Bending, Buckling, and Vibration David M. Parks 2.002 Mechanics and Materials II Department of Mechanical Engineering MIT February 9, 2004
2. 2. Linear Elastic Beam Theory• Basics of beams –Geometry of deformation –Equilibrium of “slices” –Constitutive equations•Applications: –Cantilever beam deflection –Buckling of beams under axial compression –Vibration of beams
3. 3. Beam Theory: Slice Equilibrium Relations•q(x): distributed load/length Axial force balance:•N(x): axial force•V(x): shear force•M(x): bending moment Transverse force balance: Moment balance about ‘x+dx’:
4. 4. Euler-Bernoulli Beam Theory: Displacement, strain, and stress distributionsBeam theory assumptions on spatial 1-D stress/strain relation:variation of displacement components: Stress distribution in terms of Displacement field: Axial strain distribution in beam: Axial strain varies linearly Through-thickness at section ‘x’ ε0- κ h/2 y ε0 εxx(y) ε0 + κ h/2
5. 5. Slice Equilibrium: Section Axial Force N(x) and Bending Moment M(x) in terms of Displacement fieldsN(x): x-component of force equilibriumon slice at location ‘x’: σxx M(x): z-component of moment equilibrium on slice at location ‘x’:
6. 6. Centroidal Coordinateschoice:
7. 7. Tip-Loaded Cantilever Beam: Equilibrium •statically determinant: P support reactions R, M0 from equilibrium alone •reactions “present” because of x=0 geometrical boundary conditions v(0)=0; v’(0)=φ(0)=0Free body diagrams: •general equilibrium equations (CDL 3.11-12) satisfied How to determine lateral displacement v(x); especially at tip (x=L)?
8. 8. Exercise: Cantilever Beam Under Self-Weight •Weight per unit lenth: q0 •q0 = ρAg=ρbhgFree body diagrams: Find: •Reactions: R and M0 •Shear force: V(x) •Bending moment: M(x)
9. 9. Tip-Loaded Cantilever: Lateral Deflectionscurvature / moment relations: geometric boundary conditions tip deflection and rotation: stiffness and modulus:
10. 10. Tip-Loaded Cantilever: Axial Strain Distribution strain field (no axial force): εxxTOPTOP εxxtop/bottom axial strain distribution: εxxBOTTOM εxxBOTTOM εxxTOP strain-gauged estimate of E:
11. 11. Euler Column Buckling: Non-uniqueness of deformed configuration moment/curvature: ode for buckled shape:free body diagram(note: evaluated in deformedconfiguration): Note: linear 2nd order ode; Constant coefficients (but parametric: k2 = P/EI
12. 12. Euler Column Buckling, Cont.ode for buckled shape:general solution to ode:boundary conditions: parametric consequences: non-trivial buckled shape only whenbuckling-based estimate of E:
13. 13. Euler Column Buckling: General Observations•buckling load, Pcrit, is proportional to EI/L2•proportionality constant dependsstrongly on boundary conditions atboth ends:•the more kinematicallyrestrained the ends are, the largerthe constant and the higher thecritical buckling load (see Lab 1 handout)•safe design of long slender columnsrequires adequate margins with respectto buckling•buckling load may occur a a compressivestress value (σ=P/A) that is less than yield stress, σy
14. 14. Euler-Bernoulli Beam Vibrationassume time-dependent lateral motion:lateral velocity of slice at ‘x’: lateral acceleration of slice at ‘x’: net lateral force (q(x,t)=0): mass of dx-thickness slice: moment balance: linear momentum balance (Newton):
15. 15. Euler-Bernoulli Beam Vibration, Cont.(1)linear momentum balance: ode for mode shape, v(x), and vibration frequency, ω:moment/curvature: general solution to ode:
16. 16. Euler-Bernoulli Beam Vibration, Cont(2) general solution to ode:pinned/pinned boundary conditions: Solution (n=1, first mode): A1: ‘arbitrary’ (but small) vibration amplitude pinned/pinned restricted solution: τ1: period of first mode: