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Transient beam analysis Workbench 14.0 Aalborg Universitet Esbjerg Søren Heide Lambertsen
Make a beam model or for this example download the Transient Beam Geometry from the homepage.
Use a fixed support in one of the ends.
Now setup the Initial time step. A general rule is twenty points per cycle at the response frequency. Time step= 1/(20f) Time step= 1/(20f)= 1/(20*8,15)=0,00613 The result from a modal analysis
Then setup the lower and upper time step.
Set the “Step End Time” to 20,s
Add a force and apply the force size as tabular data. Then enter in the tabular so the force will rise to 100 [N] in 5 sec and be static from 5 sec to 20 sec. Then solve
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