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## User: Sanket Shingote

Sanket Shingote ♦♦ 180
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#### Posts by Sanket Shingote

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... Quadratic element with nodes 3. $\hspace{1cm}x=\phi, x_1+\phi_2x_2+ \phi_3 x_3$ where, $\phi,=\frac{1}{2}\xi(\xi-1), \phi_2=\frac{1}{2}\xi (\xi+1),\phi=(1-\xi)(1+\xi)$ ![enter image description here][1] $x=\frac{1}{2}\xi(\xi-1)x_1+\frac{1}{2}\xi(\xi+1)x_2+(1-\xi)( ... written 3 months ago by Sanket Shingote ♦♦ 180 1 answer 91 views 1 answer ... Coordinates of the nodes of finite element are given by P (4.0) and Q (5.0) Find the expression of x in terms of$\xi$when : 1) Third node R is taken at (6.0) 2) Third node R is taken at (5.0) Comment on the result. **Mumbai University > Mechanical Engineering > Sem 6 > Finite Elemen ... written 3 months ago by Sanket Shingote ♦♦ 180 1 answer 114 views 1 answers ... ![enter image description here][1]$L\rightarrow he \rightarrow $length of element.$E \rightarrow$Modular of elasticity.$S\rightarrow $density of material$A \rightarrow$cross sectional area . (i) Natural freoquencies$w_i$using consistent mass matrix . The element matrix is given ... written 3 months ago by Sanket Shingote ♦♦ 180 1 answer 114 views 1 answer ... Consider a uniform cross section bar of length L made up of a material whose Yong's modulus and density are given by E and$\rho$.Estimate the natural frequencies of axial vibration of the bar using both consistent and lumped mass matrices. ![enter image description here][1] **Mumbai University ... written 3 months ago by Sanket Shingote ♦♦ 180 1 answer 56 views 1 answers ...$\hspace{1cm} x_1= 10 mm\hspace{1cm} y_1= 10 mm\\ \hspace{1cm} x_2= 70 mm\hspace{1cm} y_2= 35 mm\\ \hspace{1cm} x_3= 75 mm\hspace{1cm} y_1= 25 mm\beta_1=y_2-y_3 = 10\hspace{2.5cm} r_1= x_3-x_2=5\\ \beta_2=y_3-y_1 = 15\hspace{2.5cm} r_2= x_1-x_3=65\\ \beta_1=y_1-y_2 = 25\hspace{2.5cm} r_3= x_2- ...
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... A CST element has nodal coordinates (10,10) , (70, 35) for nodes 1,2 and 3 respectively. The element is 2 mm thick and is of material with properties E=70 GPA. Poisson's ratio os 0.3. After applying the load to the element the nodal deformation were found to be $u_1=0.01mm, \ \ v_1=-0.04mm \ \ u_2= ... written 3 months ago by Sanket Shingote ♦♦ 180 1 answer 70 views 1 answers ... ![enter image description here][1]$k_1 =\frac{AE}{L}\begin{bmatrix} \ 1 & -1 \\ \ -1 & 1 \\ \end{bmatrix}= \frac{200\times200\times10^3}{300}\begin{bmatrix} \ 1 & -1 \\ \ -1 & 1 \\ \end{bmatrix}=10^3\begin{bmatrix} \ 166.67 & -166.67 \\ \ -166.67 & 166.67 \\ \end{ ...
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... ![enter image description here][1] **Mumbai University > Mechanical Engineering > Sem 6 > Finite Element Analysis** **Marks:** 10M **Year:** Dac 2016 [1]: http://i.imgur.com/QJkZ1Jm.png ...
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... ![enter image description here][1] $\hspace{1cm}E=200 GPa$ $\hspace{1.3cm}= 200\times 10^3 \frac{n}{mw^2}$ | Ele No. | Nodes | L | A | 0 | c | s | cs | $c^2$ | $s^2$ | $\frac{AE}{L}:$ | |----------|-------|-------|-----|------|--------|-------|------|-----|-----|---- ...
written 3 months ago by Sanket Shingote ♦♦ 180

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