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Report Evaluates a Cantilever Beam When Subjected to a Load

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This report scrutinizes the finite element method analysis software “Abaqus” comparing with experimental and analytical methods to model the structural behavior of a galvanized steel wire beam. The uniquely shaped beam was presented as a type of rigid element cantilever beam and was subjected to an external concentrated force where the maximum deflection and frequency were required to be used for comparison. The experimental and analytical methods used will be expressed with their functionality and limitations. The report discusses any major variance when comparing methods as well as the benefits of using Abaqus regarding an engineering environment.

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Structural system Mechanics Construction Statics Structural engineering Solid mechanics Structural analysis Abaqus Beam Deflection Finite element method Vibration
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Structural system Mechanics Construction Statics Structural engineering Solid mechanics Structural analysis Abaqus Beam Deflection Finite element method Vibration
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rmit.edu.au ABSTRACT: This report scrutinizes the finite element method analysis software “Abaqus” comparing with experimental and analytical methods to model the structural behavior of a galvanized steel wire beam. The uniquely shaped beam was presented as a type of rigid element cantilever beam and was subjected to an external concentrated force where the maximum deflection and frequency were required to be used for comparison. The experimental and analytical methods used will be expressed with their functionality and limitations. The report discusses any major variance when comparing methods as well as the benefits of using Abaqus regarding an engineering environment. KEY WORDS: Finite element method, Structural behavior, Vibration, Deflection, Frequency. 1. Introduction In the early 20th century, the determination of struc...
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