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- 1. International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology (IJMET), ISSN 0976 –6340(Print), ISSN 0976 – 6359(Online) Volume 4, Issue 2, March - April (2013) © IAEME254STATIC ANALYSIS OF THIN BEAMS BY INTERPOLATIONMETHOD APPROACH TO MATLABPrabhat Kumar Sinha Vijay Kumar*, Piyush Pandey Manas TiwariMechanical Engineering DepartmentSam Higginbottom Institute of Agriculture Technology and sciences, AllahabadABSTRACTEuler-Bernoulli beam theory (also known as Engineer’s beam theory or classicalbeam theory) is a simplification of the linear theory of elasticity which provides a means ofcalculating the load carrying and deflection characteristics of beams. It covers the case forsmall deflection of a beam which is subjected to lateral loads only for a local point inbetween the class-interval in -ݔdirection by using the interpolation method, to make the tableof ݔ and ,ݕ then ݕ ൌ ݂ሺݔሻ, where, y is a deflection of beam and slope ሺௗ௬ௗ௫ሻ at any point in thethin beams, apply the initial and boundary conditions, this can be calculating and plotting thegraph by using the MATLAB is a fast technique method will give results, the result is alsoshown with numerical analytically procedure. The successful demonstrated it quickly becauseengineering and an enabler of the Industrial Revolution.Additional analysis tools have been developed such as plate theory and finite elementanalysis, but the simplicity of beam theory makes it an important tool in the science,especially structural and Mechanical Engineering.Keywords: Static Analysis, Interpolation Method, Flexural Stiffness, Isotropic Materials,MATLAB.INTRODUCTIONWhen a thin beam bends it takes up various shapes [1]. The shapes may besuperimposed on ݔ െ ݕ graph with the origin at the left or right end of the beam (before it isloaded). At any distance x meters from the left or right end, the beam will have a deflection ݕand gradient or slopeሺௗ௬ௗ௫ሻ. The statement ݕ ൌ ݂ሺݔሻ, ݔ ݔ ݔ means: corresponding toINTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERINGAND TECHNOLOGY (IJMET)ISSN 0976 – 6340 (Print)ISSN 0976 – 6359 (Online)Volume 4, Issue 2, March - April (2013), pp. 254-271© IAEME: www.iaeme.com/ijmet.aspJournal Impact Factor (2013): 5.7731 (Calculated by GISI)www.jifactor.comIJMET© I A E M E
- 2. International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology (IJMET), ISSN 0976 –6340(Print), ISSN 0976 – 6359(Online) Volume 4, Issue 2, March - April (2013) © IAEME255every value of ݔ in the range ݔ ݔ ݔ, there exists one or more values of y. Assumingthat ݂ሺݔሻ is a single-valued and continuous and that it is known explicitly, then the values of݂ሺݔሻ corresponding to certain given values of ,ݔ say ݔ, ݔଵ,…, ݔ, can easily be computed andtabulated. The central problem of numerical analysis is the converse one: Given the set oftabular values ሺݔ, ݕሻ, ሺݔଵ , ݕଵሻ, ሺݔଶ, ݕଶሻ, … , ሺݔ, ݕሻ satisfying the relation ݕ ൌ ݂ሺݔሻ wherethe explicit nature of ݂ሺݔሻ is not known, it is required to simpler function, ሺݔሻ such that݂ሺݔሻ and ሺݔሻ agree at the set of tabulated points. Such a process is interpolation. If ሺݔሻ isa polynomial, then the process is called polynomial interpolation and ሺݔሻ is called theinterpolating polynomial. As a justification for the approximation of unknown function bymeans of a polynomial, we state that famous theorem due to Weierstrass: If ݂ሺݔሻ iscontinuous in ݔ ݔ ݔ, then given any ߳ 0, there exists a polynomial ܲሺݔሻ such that( ) ( )f x P x− <∈, for all in ሺ 0x , nx ).This means that it is possible to find a polynomial ܲሺݔሻ whose graph remains within theregion bounded by ݕ ൌ ݂ሺݔሻ-߳ and ݕ ൌ ݂ሺݔሻ+߳ for all ݔ between ݔ and ݔ, however small ߳may be [2].SLOPE, DEFLECTION AND RADIUS OF CURVATUREWe have already known the equation relating bending moment and radius ofcurvature in a beam, namely,ெൌாோWhere,M is the bending moment.I is second moment of area about the centroid.E is the Modulus of Elasticity andR is the radius of curvature,Rearranging we have,1/ܴ ൌ ܧ/ܯFigure-1 illustrates the radius of curvature which is defined as the radius of circle that has atangent the same as the point on x-y graph.Figure-1Consider an elemental length ܲܳ ൌ ݀ݏ of a curve. Let the tangents at P and Q make angles ߰and ߰+݀߰ with the axis. Let the normal at P and Q meet at C. Then C is called the centre ofcurvature of the curve at any point between P and Q on the curve. The distance CP = CQ = Ris called the radius of curvature at any point between P and Q on the curve.Obviously, ݀ݏ ൌ ܴ݀߰
- 3. International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology (IJMET), ISSN 0976 –6340(Print), ISSN 0976 – 6359(Online) Volume 4, Issue 2, March - April (2013) © IAEME256Or, ܴ ൌ ݀߰݀/ݏBut we know that if ሺ,ݔ ݕሻ be the coordinate of P,ௗ௬ௗ௫ൌ ߰݊ܽݐௗ௬ௗ௦ൌௗ௦/ௗ௫ௗట/ௗ௫ൌ௦టௗట/ௗ௫………………………………………………………(1)߰݊ܽݐ ൌ݀ݕ݀ݔDifferentiating with respect to ,ݔ we haveܿ݁ݏଶ.ݔ݀߰݀ݔൌ ݀ଶݔ݀/ݕଶௗటௗ௫ൌௗమ௬ௗ௫మ/ܿ݁ݏଶ߰……………………………………………………………(2)Substituting in equation (1) we have,ܴ ൌ௦టమೣమܿ݁ݏଶݔൌܿ݁ݏଷ߰݀ଶݔ݀/ݕଶTherefore,1ܴൌ݀ଶݕ݀ݔଶ/ܿ݁ݏଷ߰ଵோൌௗమ௬ௗ௫మ / 2 3/2(sec )Ψ orଵோൌௗమ௬ௗ௫మ / 2 3/2(1 tan )+ ΨFor practical member bent due to the bending moment the slope ߰݊ܽݐ at any point is a smallquantity, hence ݊ܽݐଶ߰ can be ignored.Therefore,1ܴൌ ݀ଶݔ݀/ݕଶIf M be the bending moment which has produced the radius of curvature R, we have,ܯܫൌܧܴ1ܴൌܯܫܧ݀ଶݕ݀ݔଶൌܯܫܧܯ ൌ ܫܧௗమ௬ௗ௫మ…………………………………………………………..(3)The product EI is called the flexural stiffness of the beam. In order to solve the slope ሺௗ௬ௗ௫ሻ orthe deflection ሺݕሻ at any point on the beam, an equation for M in terms of position ݔ must besubstituted into equation (1). We will now examine these cases in the example of cantileverbeam [3].OBJECTIVE OF THE PRESENT WORKThe objective of the present work is to develop a MATLAB program which can workwithout the dependence upon the thin beam materials and the aspect ratio. The input shouldbe geometry dimensions of thin beams for example-plate and circular bar such as length,breadth, thickness and diameter, the materials should be isotropic, materials data such asYoung’s Modulus and Flexural Stiffness and to calculate the slope and deflection at any pointin between 1-class interval by using interpolation method by analytically as well as
- 4. International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology (IJMET), ISSN 0976 –6340(Print), ISSN 0976 – 6359(Online) Volume 4, Issue 2, March - April (2013) © IAEME257MATLAB program and the plot the graph of slope and deflection of thin beams by usingMATLAB programming and analyzed the graph and verify for the different values forresults.LITERATURE REVIEWAddidsu Gezahegn Semie had worked on numerical modelling on thin plates andsolved the problem of plate bending with Finite Element Method and Kirchoff’s thin platetheory is applied and program is written in Fortran and the results were compared with thehelp of ansys and Fortran program was given as an open source code. The analysis wascarried out for simple supported plate with distributed load, concentrated load andclamped/fixed edges plates for both distributed and concentrated load.From Euler-Bernoulli beam theory [3] is simplification of the linear theory of elasticity whichprovides a means of calculating the load carrying slope and deflection characteristics of beamin direction. This theory was applicable in Mechanics of Solid [4]. The derivation ofthin beams of slope, deflection and radius of curvature [5] – for example- six cases areoccurred 1- Cantilever thin beam with point load at free end [6], 2- Cantilever thin beam withUniformly Distributed Load (U.D.L.) [7], 3- Cantilever thin Uniformly Varying Load(U.V.L.) [8], 4- Simply supported thin beam point load at mid [9], 5- Simply supported thinbeam with Uniformly Distributed Load (U.D.L.)[10]. 6- Simply supported thin beam withUniformly Varying Load (U.V.L.) [11]. Numerical problem has been taken form Mechanicsof Solids, Derivations or formulations made the table of and was used ofinterpolation method to found out the unknown value between at any point in between 1-classinterval by using Newton’s forward difference interpolation formula is used from top;Newton’s backward difference interpolation formula is used from bottom starting, Stirlinginterpolation formula is used from the middle to get the results. [12], so it is overcome thisproblem we may use the Interpolation method by using MATLAB programming.There are general assumptions have been made when solving the problems are as follows.1- Each layer of thin beams undergoes the same transverse deflection.2- The mass of the point area is not considered as significant in altering the behaviour ofthe beams.3- There is no displacement and rotation of the beam at the fixed end.4- The material behaves linearly.5- Materials should be Isotropic.6- The deflections are small as compared to the beam thickness.[13]Case 1- Cantilever Thin Beam with Point Load at Free End-Figure-2The bending moment at any position x is simply– Fx. Substituting this into equation (3) wehave, [14]
- 5. International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology (IJMET), ISSN 0976 –6340(Print), ISSN 0976 – 6359(Online) Volume 4, Issue 2, March - April (2013) © IAEME258EIௗమ௬ௗ௫మൌ െݔܨIntegrate with respect to ݔ, we getEIௗ௬ௗ௫ൌିி௫మଶ ܣ………………………………………………………(4)Integrate again and we getEIy=െி௫య ݔܣ ܤ……………………………………………………(5)A and B are constants of integration and must be found from the boundary conditions.These are at ݔ ൌ ,ܮ ݕ ൌ 0 (no deflection)at ݔ ൌ ,ܮௗ௬ௗ௫ൌ 0 (gradient horizontal)Substitute ݔ ൌ ܮ ܽ݊݀ௗ௬ௗ௫ൌ 0, in equation (4). This givesܫܧሺ0ሻ ൌ െܮܨଶ2 ܣ ݄݁݊ܿ݁ ܣ ൌ ܮܨଶ/2Substitute ܣ ൌிమଶ, ݕ ൌ 0 ܽ݊݀ ݔ ൌ ܮ ݅݊ݐ ݁݊݅ݐܽݑݍ ሺ5ሻ ܽ݊݀ ݁ݓ ݃݁ݐܫܧሺ0ሻ ൌ െܮܨଷ6ܮܨଷ2 ܤ ݄݁݊ܿ݁ ܤ ൌ െܮܨଷ3Substitute ܣ ൌிమଶܽ݊݀ ܤ ൌ െܮܨଷ/3 into equations (4) and (5) and the complete equationsareܫܧௗ௬ௗ௫ൌ െி௫మଶிమଶ…………………………………………………(6)ܫܧ ൌିி௫యிమ௫ଶെிయଷ……………………………………………….(7)The main points of interest is slope and deflection at free end where ݔ ൌ 0.Substituting ݔ ൌ 0 into (6) and (7) gives the standard equations,Slope at free endௗ௬ௗ௫ൌிమଶாூ……………………………….(8)Deflection at free endݕ ൌିிయଷாூ…………………………………………….(9)Numerical Analysis-1A cantilever thin beam is 4m long and has a point load of 5KN at the free end. Theflexural stiffness is 53.3MN2. Calculate the slope and deflection at the free end.Solution:-Slope equation ݕ′ൌ ݂′ሺݔሻ݀ݕ݀ݔൌ ݕ′ൌ ሾെݔܨଶ2ܮܨଶ2ሿ1ܫܧݕ′ൌܨ2ܫܧሾെݔଶ ܮଶሿݐݑ ݔ ൌ 0݉, ܮ ൌ 6݉ݕ′ൌ50002 כ 53.3 כ 10ሾെ0 6ଶሿݎ ݕଵ′ൌ ሺ1.6885 כ 10ିଷሻ° ሺ݊ ݏݐ݅݊ݑሻ
- 6. International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology (IJMET), ISSN 0976 –6340(Print), ISSN 0976 – 6359(Online) Volume 4, Issue 2, March - April (2013) © IAEME259Similarly, ݐݑ ݔ ൌ 2݉, ܮ ൌ 6݉ݕଶ′ൌ50002 כ 53.3 כ 10ሾെ2ଶ 6ଶሿݎ ݕଶ′ൌ ሺ1.5 כ 10ିଷሻ°ሺ݊ ݏݐ݅݊ݑሻAlso, ݐݑ ݔ ൌ 4݉, ܮ ൌ 6݉ݕଶ′ൌ50002 כ 53.3 כ 10ሾെ4ଶ 6ଶሿݕଷ′ൌ ሺ9.38086 כ 10ିସሻ° ሺ݊ ݏݐ݅݊ݑሻAnd, ݐݑ ݔ ൌ 6݉, ܮ ൌ 6݉ݕସ′ൌ50002 כ 53.3 כ 10ሾെ6ଶ 6ଶሿݕସ′ൌ ሺ0ሻ° ሺ݊ ݏݐ݅݊ݑሻTable-1ݔሺ݉ሻ 0 2 4 6ݕ′ሺ°ሻ ݈݁ݏ 1.6885*10-31.5*10-39.38086*10-40.000MATLAB PROGRAM-USING INTERPOLATION METHOD% calculate the slope of beam at any point in between 1-class interval% cantilever beam% point load at free endx=[0 2 4 6];slope=[1.66885*10.^-3 1.5*10.^-3 9.38086*10.^-4 0.0];xi=1;yilin=interp1(x,slope,xi,linear)yilin = 0.0016° (Answer)Plot the graph of slope of beam% plot the graph of slope of beam% cantilever thin beam% point load at free endF=5000;x=[0:1:6];L=6;EI=53.3*10.^6;slope=(F/2)*[-x.^2+L.^2]/(EI);plot(x,slope,--r*,linewidth,2,markersize,12)xlabel(position along the axis (x),Fontsize,12)ylabel(position along the axis (y),Fontsize,12)title(slope of cantilever beam with point load at free end,Fontsize,12)
- 7. International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology (IJMET), ISSN 0976 –6340(Print), ISSN 0976 – 6359(Online) Volume 4, Issue 2, March - April (2013) © IAEME260Figure-3Deflection equation ݕ ൌ ݂ሺݔሻ[15]ݕ ൌܨܫܧሾെݔଷ6ܮଶݔ2െܮଷ3ሿݐݑ ݔ ൌ 0݉, ܮ ൌ 6݉ݕଵ ൌ500053.3 כ 10ቈ0 0െ6ଷ3 ൌ െ6.7542 כ 10ିଷ݉Similarly, ݐݑ ݔ ൌ 2݉, ܮ ൌ 6݉ݕଶ ൌ500053.3 כ 10ቈെ2ଷ66ଶכ 22െ6ଷ3 ൌ െ3.5021 כ 10ିଷ݉ݐݑ ݔ ൌ 4݉, ܮ ൌ 6݉ݕଷ ൌ500053.3 כ 10ቈെ4ଷ66ଶכ 42െ6ଷ3 ൌ െ1.0 כ 10ିଷ݉ݐݑ ݔ ൌ 6݉, ܮ ൌ 6݉ݕସ ൌ500053.3 כ 10ቈെ6ଷ66ଶכ 62െ6ଷ3 ൌ െ0.0݉Table-2x(m) 0 2 4 6y(m) -6.7542*10-3-3.5021*10-3-1.0*10-30.0MATLAB PROGRAM- USING INTERPOLATION METHOD% calculate the deflection of cantilever thin beam at any point in between% any 1-class interval% point load at free endx=[0 2 4 6];y=[-6.7542e-3 -3.5021e-3 -1.0e-3 0.0];xi=1;yilin=interp1(x,y,xi,linear)yilin =-0.0051(Answer)0 1 2 3 4 5 600.20.40.60.811.21.41.61.8x 10-3position along the axis (x)positionalongtheaxis(y)slope of cantilever beam with point load at free end
- 8. International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology (IJMET), ISSN 0976 –6340(Print), ISSN 0976 – 6359(Online) Volume 4, Issue 2, March - April (2013) © IAEME261Plot the graph of deflection% plot the graph of deflection of beam% cantilever beam% point load at free endF=5000;x=[0:1:6];EI=53.3*10.^6;L=6;y=(F/EI)*[((-x.^3)/6)+((L.^2*x)/2)-((L.^3)/3)];plot(x,y,--r*,linewidth,2,Markersize,12)xlabel(position along the axis (x),Fontsize,12)ylabel(position along the axis (y),Fontsize,12)title(deflection of cantilever beam with point load at freeend,fontsize,12)Figure-4Case 2- Cantilever Thin Beam with Uniformly Distributed Load (U.D.L.)-Figure-5The bending moment at position ݔ is given by ܯ ൌି௪௫మଶ. Substituting this equation (3) wehave,ܫܧ݀ଶݕ݀ݔଶൌെݔݓଶ2Integrate wrt ݔ and we get,0 1 2 3 4 5 6-7-6-5-4-3-2-10x 10-3position along the axis (x)positionalongtheaxis(y)deflection of cantilever beam with point load at free end
- 9. International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology (IJMET), ISSN 0976 –6340(Print), ISSN 0976 – 6359(Online) Volume 4, Issue 2, March - April (2013) © IAEME262ܫܧ݀ݕ݀ݔൌെݔݓଷ6 ܣ … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … ሺ10ሻIntegrate again we get,ݕܫܧ ൌെݔݓସ24 ݔܣ ܤ … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … ሺ11ሻA and B are constants of integration and must be found from the boundary conditions. Theseare,ܽݐ ݔ ൌ ,ܮ ݕ ൌ 0 ሺ݊ ݂݈݀݁݁ܿ݊݅ݐሻܽݐ ݔ ൌ ,ܮ݀ݕ݀ݔൌ 0 ሺ݄݈ܽݐ݊ݖ݅ݎሻSubstitute ݔ ൌ ܮ ܽ݊݀ௗ௬ௗ௫ൌ 0 ݅݊ ݁݊݅ݐܽݑݍ ሺ10ሻ and we get,ܫܧሺ0ሻ ൌെܮݓଷ6 ܣ ݄݁݊ܿ݁ ܣ ൌܮݓଷ6Substitute this into (11) with the known solutionݕ ൌ 0 ܽ݊݀ ݔ ൌ ܮ ݏݐ݈ݑݏ݁ݎ ݅݊ܫܧሺ0ሻ ൌെܮݓସ24ܮݓଷ6 ܤ ݄݁݊ܿ݁ ܤ ൌെܮݓସ8Putting the results for A and B into equations in (10) and (11) yields the complete equations.ܫܧ݀ݕ݀ݔൌെݔݓଷ6 ݓܮଷ6… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … ሺ12ሻݕܫܧ ൌെݔݓସ24ܮݓଷݔ6െܮݓସ8… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … ሺ13ሻThe main points of interest is the slope and deflection at free end whereݔ ൌ 0, ݃݊݅ݐݑݐ݅ݐݏܾݑݏ ݔ ൌ 0 ݅݊ݐ ሺ12ሻ ܽ݊݀ ሺ13ሻ gives the standard equations.Slope at free endௗ௬ௗ௫ൌ௪యாூ… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … ሺ14ሻDeflection at free end ݕ ൌି௪ర଼ாூ… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … ሺ15ሻNumerical Analysis-2A cantilever thin beam is 6m long and has a U.D.L. of 300N/m. The flexural stiffnessis 60MN2. Calculate the slope and deflection at the free end. [16]Solution:-Given data:- ݓ ൌଷே, ܫܧ ൌ 60ܰܯଶ, ܮ ൌ 6݉Slope equation ݕ′ൌ ݉ ൌௗ௬ௗ௫ൌ௪ாூሾെݔଷ ܮଷሿݐݑ ݔ ൌ 0݉, ܮ ൌ 6݉݉ଵ ൌଷככଵలሾെ0ଷ 6ଷሿ ൌ 1.7999 כ 10ିସሺ݊ ݏݐ݅݊ݑሻݐݑ ݔ ൌ 2݉, ܮ ൌ 6݉݉ଶ ൌଷככଵలሾെ2ଷ 6ଷሿ ൌ 1.7332 כ 10ିସሺ݊ ݏݐ݅݊ݑሻ,ݐݑ ݔ ൌ 4݉, ܮ ൌ 6݉݉ଷ ൌଷככଵలሾെ4ଷ 6ଷሿ ൌ 1.2667 כ 10ିସሺ݊ ݏݐ݅݊ݑሻ andݐݑ ݔ ൌ 6݉, ܮ ൌ 6݉݉ସ ൌ3006 כ 60 כ 10ሾെ6ଷ 6ଷሿ ൌ 0.00 ሺ݊ ݏݐ݅݊ݑሻ
- 10. International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology (IJMET), ISSN 0976 –6340(Print), ISSN 0976 – 6359(Online) Volume 4, Issue 2, March - April (2013) © IAEME263Table-30 2 4 6Slope(m) 1.7999*10.^-41.7332*10.^-41.2667*10.^-40.00MATLAB PROGRAM-USING INTERPOLATION METHOD% calculate the slope of thin beam at any point in between 1-class interval% cantilever UDLx=[0 2 4 6];m=[1.7999e-4 1.7332e-4 1.2666e-4 0.00];xi=1;yilin=interp1(x,m,xi,linear)yilin =(1.7666e-004) (Answer)Plot the graph of slope% plot the graph of slope of beam% cantilever udl thin beamw=300;x=[0:1:6];EI=60*10.^6;L=6;m=(w/6)*(-x.^3+L.^3)/(EI);plot(x,m,--r*,linewidth,2,markersize,12)xlabel(position along the axis (x),fontsize,12)ylabel(position along the axis (y),fontsize,12)title(slope of cantilever udl thin beam,fontsize,12)Figure-60 1 2 3 4 5 601x 10-4position along the axis (x)positionalongtheaxis(y)slope of cantilever udl thin beam
- 11. International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology (IJMET), ISSN 0976 –6340(Print), ISSN 0976 – 6359(Online) Volume 4, Issue 2, March - April (2013) © IAEME264Deflection equation:-ݕ ൌݓܫܧቈെݔସ24ܮଷݔ6െܮସ8ݐݑ ݔ ൌ 0݉, ܮ ൌ 6݉ݕଵ ൌ30060 כ 10ቈെ0 0 െ6ସ8 ൌ െ8.1 כ 10ିସ݉,ݐݑ ݔ ൌ 2݉, ܮ ൌ 6݉ݕଶ ൌ30060 כ 10ቈെ2ସ246ଷכ 26െ6ସ8 ൌ െ4.533 כ 10ିସ݉,ݐݑ ݔ ൌ 4݉, ܮ ൌ 6݉ݕଷ ൌ30060 כ 10ቈെ4ସ246ଷכ 46െ6ସ8 ൌ െ1.433 כ 10ିସ݉And ݐݑ ݔ ൌ 6݉, ܮ ൌ 6݉ݕସ ൌ30060 כ 10ቈെ6ସ246ଷכ 66െ6ସ8 ൌ 0.00݉Table-4ݔሺ݉ሻ 0 2 4 6ݕሺ݉ሻ -8.1*10.^-4 -4.533*10.^-4 -1.433*10.^-4 0.00MATLAB PROGRAM-USING INTERPOLATION METHOD% calculate the deflection of thin beam at any point in between 1-class% interval% cantilever udl thin beamx=[0 2 4 6];y=[-8.1*10.^-4 -4.533*10.^-4 -1.433*10.^-4 0.00];xi=1;yilin=interp1(x,y,xi,linear)yilin = -6.3165e-004 (Answer)Plot the graph of deflection% plot the graph of deflection of beam% cantilever thin beam% cantilever udlw=300;x=[0:1:6];EI=60*10.^6;L=6;y=(w/EI)*[(-x.^4/24)+(L.^3*x/6)-(L.^4/8)];plot(x,y,--r*,linewidth,2,markersize,12)xlabel(position along the axis (x),fontsize,12)ylabel(position along the axis (y),fontsize,12)title(deflection of cantilever udl thin beam,fontsize,12)
- 12. International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology (IJMET), ISSN 0976 –6340(Print), ISSN 0976 – 6359(Online) Volume 4, Issue 2, March - April (2013) © IAEME265Figure-7Case 3- Cantilever Thin Beam with Uniformly Varying Load (U.V.L)-Figure-8Consider a section ݔ െ ݔ at a distance ݔ the fixed end AB intensity of loading at ݔ െ ݔ.[17]ൌሺܮ െ ݔሻݓܮݎ݁ ݐ݅݊ݑ ݊ݑݎThe bending moment at section ݔ െ ݔ is given byܫܧ݀ଶݕ݀ݔଶൌ െ12ሺܮ െ ݔሻݓܮሺܮ െ ݔሻ.ሺܮ െ ݔሻ3ൌെݓሺܮ െ ݔሻଷ6ܮIntegrating we get,ܫܧ݀ݕ݀ݔൌݓሺܮ െ ݔሻସ24ܮ ܥଵAt B the slope is 0,0 1 2 3 4 5 6-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-101x10-4position along the axis (x)positionalongtheaxis(y)deflectionof cantilever udlthinbeam
- 13. International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology (IJMET), ISSN 0976 –6340(Print), ISSN 0976 – 6359(Online) Volume 4, Issue 2, March - April (2013) © IAEME266Therefore,At ݔ ൌ 0݀ݕ݀ݔൌ 00 ൌܮݓଷ24 ܥଵThen ܿଵ ൌ െ௪యଶସܫܧௗ௬ௗ௫ൌ௪ሺି௫ሻరଶସെ௪యଶସ… … … … … … … … … … … … … … . . ሺ16ሻ Slope equationIntegrating again we get,ݕܫܧ ൌ െݓሺܮ െ ݔሻହ120ܮെܮݓଷ24ݔ ܿଶThe deflection at B is 0ݔ ൌ 0, ݕ ൌ 00 ൌ െܮݓସ120 ܿଶܿଶ ൌܮݓସ120Therefore,ݕܫܧ ൌ െ௪ሺି௫ሻఱଵଶെ௪య௫ଶସ௪రଵଶ… … … … … … … … … … ሺ17ሻ Deflection equationTo find the slope at C at the free end putting the value ݔ ൌ ܮ in the slope equation weget,[18]ܫܧ݀ݕ݀ݔൌ െܮݓଷ24Therefore,݀ݕ݀ݔൌ െܮݓଷ24ܫܧTo find the deflection at C putting ݔ ൌ ܮ in the deflection equation we get,ݕܫܧ ൌ െܮݓସ24ܮݓସ120ൌ െܮݓସ120ሺ5 െ 1ሻ ൌ െܮݓସ30Therefore,ݕ ൌ െܮݓସ30ܫܧDownload deflection of ܿ ൌ௪రଷாூNumerical Analysis-3Cantilever of length ܮ ൌ 6݉ carrying a distributed load whose intensity variesuniformly from zero at the free end to 800N/m at fixed end, flexural stiffness ሺܫܧ ൌ643300ܰ݉ଶሻ.[19]Solution:-Given data:-Span lengthሺܮሻ ൌ 6݉, ݓ ൌ଼ே, ܫܧ ൌ 643300ܰ݉ଶ,Slope equationௗ௬ௗ௫ൌ ݕ′ൌ ݉ ൌ௪ଶସாூቂሺି௫ሻరെ ܮଷቃ
- 14. International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology (IJMET), ISSN 0976 –6340(Print), ISSN 0976 – 6359(Online) Volume 4, Issue 2, March - April (2013) © IAEME267ݐݑ ݔ ൌ 0, ܮ ൌ 6݉′ݕଵൌ ݉ଵ ൌ଼ଶସכସଷଷቂሺିሻరെ 6ଷቃ ൌ 0.00° ሺ݊ ݏݐ݅݊ݑሻ,ݐݑ ݔ ൌ 2, ܮ ൌ 6݉′ݕଶൌ ݉ଶ ൌ଼ଶସכସଷଷቂሺିଶሻరെ 6ଷቃ ൌ െ0.0090° ሺ݊ ݏݐ݅݊ݑሻ,ݐݑ ݔ ൌ 4, ܮ ൌ 6݉ݕԢଷ ൌ ݉ଷ ൌ80024 כ 643300ቈሺ6 െ 4ሻସ6െ 6ଷ ൌ െ0.0111° ሺ݊ ݏݐ݅݊ݑሻݐݑ ݔൌ 6, ܮൌ 6݉′ݕ4ൌ ݉4 ൌ80024 כ 643300ቈሺ6 െ 6ሻ46െ 63 ൌ െ0.0112° ሺ݊ ݏݐ݅݊ݑሻTable-4ݔሺ݉݁݁ݎݐሻ 0 2 4 6݈݁ݏሺ݉ሻ° 0 -0.0090 -0.0111 -0.0112MATLAB PROGRAM-USING INTERPOLATION METHOD% calculate the slope of thin beam at any point in between 1-class interval% cantilever U.V.L.x=[0 2 4 6];slope=[0 -0.0090 -0.0111 -0.0112];xi=1;yilin=interp1(x,slope,xi,linear)yilin = -0.0045°Plot the graph of slope of cantilever U.V.L.MATLAB PROGRAM-% plot the graph of slope of thin beam% cantilever U.V.L.w=800;x=[0:1:6];EI=643300;L=6;m=(1/24)*(w/EI)*[((L-x).^4/L)-L.^3];plot(x,m,--r*,linewidth,2,markersize,12)xlabel(position along the axis (x),fontsize,12)ylabel(position along the axis (y),fontsize,12)title(slope of cantilever U.V.L. thin beam,fontsize,12)
- 15. International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology (IJMET), ISSN 0976 –6340(Print), ISSN 0976 – 6359(Online) Volume 4, Issue 2, March - April (2013) © IAEME268Figure-9Deflection equation W - ሺL-xሻ5 L4y ൌ - L3 x ሾ20ሿ24 EI 5L 4Put x = 0m, L = 6m800 - (6-0)564y 1 = - 63* 0 + = 0.00m24*70*109*9.19*10- 65*6 5x = 2m, L = 6m800 - (6-2)564y 2 = - 63* 2 + = -0.011m,24*70*109*9.19*10- 65*6 5x = 4m, L = 6m800 - (6-4)564y 3 = - 63* 4 + = -0.031m,24*70*109*9.19*10- 65*6 5x = 4m, L = 6m800 - (6-6)564y 4 = - 63* 6 + = -0.054m,24*70*109*9.19*10- 65*6 5Table-5x (metre) 0 2 4 6y(metre) 0.0000 -0.0110 -0.0310 -0.05400 1 2 3 4 5 6-0.012-0.01-0.008-0.006-0.004-0.0020position along the axis (x)positionalongtheaxis(y)slope of cantilever U.V.L. thin beam
- 16. International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology (IJMET), ISSN 0976 –6340(Print), ISSN 0976 – 6359(Online) Volume 4, Issue 2, March - April (2013) © IAEME269MATLAB PROGRAM-USING INTERPOLATION METHOD% calculate the deflection of beam at any point in between 1-class interval% cantilever U.V.L. thin beamx=[0 2 4 6];y=[0.0000 -0.0110 -0.0310 -0.0540];xi=1;yilin=interp1(x,y,xi,linear)yilin =-0.0055Answer is -0.0055mPlot the graph of deflection of cantilever U.V.L.-MATLAB PROGRAM-% plot the graph of deflection of thin beam% cantilever U.V.L.w=800;x=[0 2 4 6];EI=643300;L=6;y=(1/24)*(w/EI)*[(-(L-x).^5/(5*L))-L.^3*x+L.^4/5];plot(x,y,--r*,linewidth,2,markersize,12)xlabel(position along the axis (x),fontsize,12)ylabel(position along the axis (y),fontsize,12)title(deflection of cantilver U.V.L.thin beam,fontsize,12)Figure-10FUTURE SCOPE1- It can be extending as apply in simply supported thin beam (point load at mid, uniformlydistributed load and uniformly varying load).2- It can be extending in case of composite materials of beam which are non-isotropic.3- It can be extending that is used in trusses like perfect, deficient and redundant.4- It can be extending that is used in tapered and triangular beam.5- It can be extending in Aeronautics, Aerodynamics and Space Engineering which is consistingof fixed vanes and crossed moving fixed vanes in rotor.6- It can extending in Orthopaedics in Medical Sciences which is applicable in replace orsupport to the bones.0 1 2 3 4 5 6-0.06-0.05-0.04-0.03-0.02-0.010position along the axis (x)positionalongtheaxis(y)deflection of cantilver U.V.L. thin beam
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